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Volunteer at Your Library
Volunteering is vital to the health of your library and your community by providing much needed support to the youth and adults who rely on library services. You will also gain skills and knowledge that will help in your professional career and your personal life. Students can gain community service credit and valuable job experience.
Who Can Volunteer?
Anyone who has an interest in libraries and books, a concern for their community, or a passion for helping others can be a volunteer. There is no age requirement from children to tweens to teens to adults, baby boomers, grandparents and everyone in between! As long as you can accomplish the assigned activities, we welcome volunteers with a variety of different skills, interests and abilities.
What Can A Volunteer Do?
Since our volunteers come from many different backgrounds and have many different skills and experiences, there are many different volunteer opportunities. Here are a few examples:
Other positions may be available at your local County Library.
Where Can I Learn More?
You can learn more about volunteer opportunities by contacting your local County Library .If you have other questions, comments or concerns you can contact the Volunteer Programs Director at:
How Do I Get Involved?
You can pick up a volunteer application at any of your local County libraries or you can download an application by clicking here.