The Williamsburg Regional Library is looking for a few good volunteers. If you are interested in a great place to spend several hours a week, give us a try. The library has two locations. Be sure to review the available volunteer positions listed below, then submit a volunteer application. Applications can be downloaded and submitted online, and paper copies are available at any public service desk in either library.
- Youth Service teen summer volunteer applications are available in May. Click here for more information about the Summer Reading volunteer program.
- If you are volunteering to fulfill a class or honor society requirement (e.g. you need only 10 to 15 hours), please see the Class Requirement/Honor Society Volunteer Position Description (Not available until the last week of August 2015).
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Here are the Williamsburg Regional Library's current volunteer needs.
Below are listed volunteer positions that are currently available at the Williamsburg Regional Library. When completing a volunteer application, you must reference the available position(s) for which you are applying.
ADULT SERVICES DIVISION COMPUTER ASSISTANTS
Experienced using the World Wide Web? Good with word processing? We need volunteers to help answer basic patron questions about using the Internet and in word processing.
Computer Help Volunteer
Computer Class Instructor Volunteer
Teen Advisory Group Volunteer
The Circulation Services division is responsible for the library’s check-out, check-in, and shelving operations. Circulation Services also registers users for library cards, pulls items that users have requested, and handles library fines and fees.
The Outreach Services division coordinates the planning, delivery, and evaluation of all library outreach efforts as well as the library’s community partnership program. The Mobile Library Services department, a department within the Outreach Services Division, plays a central role in delivery of library services to residents who are least able to visit the library buildings including children, adults living in adult care communities, and homebound users.
Student "Short Talk" Presenter Volunteer
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Benjamin J. Goldberg