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Partner with an English language learner for three hours per week to help them advance in their literacy skills. Adult Literacy Tutors must:
Our Conversations in English program is looking for new volunteer facilitators and substitute facilitators to lead and support our in-person conversation sessions. Facilitators volunteer weekly to lead a conversation group. Substitute facilitators may volunteer once or twice a month, depending on program need and volunteer availability.
Conversations in English (CIE) volunteers provide English learners with opportunities to practice their speaking and listening skills in a friendly and informal environment. Our goal is that participants come together and practice their conversational skills in a supportive environment.
Interested? Follow the link to the right and fill out a volunteer application! -->
Volunteers will provide one-on-one in-person help to adult patrons with questions about online library resources and broader technology questions. For more details, please see the application.
Help as a volunteer Saturday, October 7, at the Main Library, for the first LGBTQ+ Safety, Storytelling, and Sanctuary Summit!
Make a difference in your community by supporting this summit focused on how to inspire a love of reading through the art of drag. Adult and teen volunteers 16+ encouraged to sign up!
Volunteer roles include registration/sign-in, greeting and wayfinding, setting up and cleaning up, helping with serving meals, and assisting with story time! This is a fabulous opportunity to support the LGBTQ+ community by being part of this wonderful event.
Time Commitment: Shifts are 2-4.5 hours.
Ready to help? Sign up for your volunteer shift in the calendar!
Reynolds STEAM Pals (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) is a program intended to promote STEAM knowledge and literacy by providing role models for art and science activities at the George Reynolds Branch Library. We strive to foster a love for all things STEAM. This program promotes familiarity with the scientific process for children in elementary school in a comfortable and supportive environment. Little STEAM Pals is open for children in grades K-2.
If you are in grades 9-12, you can apply to partner up with a Little Pal to serve as a role model for exploring STEAM activities.
Applications are currently being accepted. Deadline to apply is Saturday, September 9, 2023. Click on the application for details on program dates.
Do you have a strong knowledge of literature and movies and have the ability to organize them into genres groupings? Do you enjoy organizing and straightening and organizing materials? If so, we have a role for you! Help sort and organize books and DVDs from the community and make them accessible to the public in our Paper & Spine Used Bookstore. The core tasks of this volunteer role include: emptying the donations room; sorting, scanning, and categorizing books and DVDS into appropriate genre categories; and stocking and tidying the Paper & Spine Used Bookstore.
Skills and experience required include: a solid knowledge a variety of genres of literature, music or movies; interest in organizing and keeping a bookstore stocked and presentable; reliable and able to set a regular time commitment; and able to grasp and move many materials on and off shelves.
The days and times volunteers are needed:
Monday 3:30-5:30pm, Tuesday 1-3pm, Wednesday 3:30-5:30pm, Thursday 9-11am and 1-3 pm, Friday 2-4pm and Saturday 1-3 pm.
During the Autumn pop up sale! October 18-24.
We ask that you be able to volunteer for at least one of these slots on a weekly basis, and we ask that you plan to volunteer for at least 6 months.
Posted only until volunteer slots are filled.
Apply online to become a volunteer.