Volunteer Opportunities by Library

The library accepts applications for positions that are listed and open.
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Library Helpers

  • Assist with children/teen programs
  • Help children with crafts
  • Assist staff with everyday functions of the Library
  • Complete other tasks as needed

Library Helper Volunteer Position Description


Path to Citizenship Faciliators

This group provides an environment to practice and prepare to obtain US citizenship. Materials are provided and follow USCIS developed curriculum. Lesson plans, activities, handouts and general information are all available. This group focuses on practicing the 100 questions individuals need to know, application vocabulary review, and writing. Facilitators do not provide legal advice. Reporting requirements: Facilitators are expected to gather participant attendance and individual registration forms and submit them weekly to the Adult Education division via email. There is a one year minimum commitment for this position. Orientation is required and offered several times a year.


Paws-to-Read Dogs

"Kid-Friendly" dogs with Canine Good Citizen certificates and current Therapy Dog registration are needed at the Paws-to-Read program where children come to the library and practice reading aloud to therapy dogs. A good candidate is a clean, well-behaved dog who can lie quietly for up to 15 minutes at a time.

Fountain - 3:30 p.m. first and third Mondays