The “Helping Hands” volunteer program uses the energy of community-minded citizens to help staff live up to the high expectations Campbell County citizens have set for their library. Volunteers help with many “behind-the-scenes” tasks.
If you are interested in volunteering at your local public library, pick up an application at the Circulation desk or download a copy below. You will be called for an interview once your completed form is received. You must commit to a minimum of two hours per week for six weeks. You will be trained in the job that is assigned and given support by all library staff. Volunteers are always needed.
Adults interested in volunteering should contact Pat Brose, Extension Services Manager by e-mail or by phone at 687-9228.
Teens interested in volunteering should contact Sue Knesel, Young Adult Services Manager by e-mail or by phone at 687-9227.
The library offers teen volunteer activities at three different levels. Teens may volunteer to be on the Teen Advisory Board, attending one meeting a month. They may volunteer once a week to help in a library department, we ask for a two hour a week commitment. Or they may be a programming volunteer coming to the library to help at a scheduled children program, teen program or adult program as needed.
For Teens – Teens must be in Junior High or older. Sign-ups are in January, May, and September. See the Young Adult Department for volunteer forms.
Please fill out form below: