This new year, give your expertise and enjoy new experiences at the Library. You can choose a volunteer opportunity in adult literacy, English language tutoring, reading services for youth, and/or settlement support.
Explore your options listed below. Ask us questions.
Making a difference in your community
When you contribute your unique knowledge and talents to life at the Library, you're helping shape your community, and having a real impact on people's lives.
As a Library volunteer, you'll receive an orientation, training, and the tools you need to succeed in your role.
For more info, contact Heather using the form below.
Adult Volunteer Opportunities
Share your time and expertise. Meet new people and connect with your community. We're looking for adult volunteers to lend a hand with a variety of programs and in different locations.
Are one of these opportunities a good fit for you?
- Accessibility Advisory Committee (Full)
- Children's Reading Support
- English Conversation Groups
- English Language Learning
- Food Programming Volunteers
- Home Delivery
- Literacy Help & Upgrading
- Lou Duggan Creative Studio
- Program Assistant
Teen Volunteer Opportunities
We know you care about your community, and we're here to support the change you want to make happen. Each opportunity has been shaped by teens like you and will continue to transform with your ideas and passion.
Are one of these opportunities a good fit for you, or a teen you know?
Becoming a Library Volunteer
You'll need to apply to volunteer, attend an interview, and provide references. If you're 18 or older, you'll also need to complete a criminal records check before you start volunteering.
You can go to the opportunity page of your choice or send Heather a message using this online form.
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