Qualified family members of employees may volunteer for the library. Employees may not supervise family members as volunteers.
Volunteers who complete 20 hours of service for the library may request that staff write letters of recommendation for their employment both within the library and other organizations. Requests should be given in a reasonable timeframe to be completed.
Yes! Volunteer hours at the library are recognized by many service organizations upon request, the library will track volunteer hours and provide documentation for the time completed.
Age 12 or older. Volunteers under age 12 are permitted with constant adult supervision, which will not be provided by library staff. All volunteers under age 16 must submit a letter of permission from their legal guardian.
No, we are unable to accept volunteers that have been assigned court-ordered community service.
Check in with your local branch to learn more about current volunteer opportunities.
The library has a collection of technology devices that can be used for educational purposes. Tutors, teachers and other educators may use the devices in the library with the assistance of one of our librarians. You may use these devices with your students to learn or try out a new technology to see if you want to use it in your own classroom.
The list of available educational technology is below.
Some of these devices may require an iPad or laptop. You may use one from the library or bring your own from home.
We can transfer you into our program. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call ext. 7 at your local branch.
It takes about two months from the time a child is registered to when the first book is mailed. If your child will turn 5 within the next two months, they will not be able to join the program.
Yes, each child will receive a book that is age appropriate. Each title is mailed separately to children of specific ages, so the books may arrive at different times during the month.