Position SummaryAdults or teens are needed to assist in shelving materials and/or wrapping hold items
Primary Duties And Responsibilities
- Shelve DVDs, CDs and other materials as directed
- Wrap Hold Shelf items and accurately file them in the Hold Shelf area
- Assist pages in library “clean up” (picking up materials from tables for reshelving, etc.)
Required Qualifications And Skills
- Ability to push a fully loaded book cart
- Ability to organize materials alphabetically and/or numerically according to the Dewey Decimal System
- Ability to use both hands to shelve materials
Preferred QualificationsVolunteer should be self-motivated and not in need of unusual assistance from staff members, beyond normal training period
This volunteer position will commence immediately. The shift is for every Sunday from 1:00-3:00 PM.
Applicants should complete a Volunteer Application and return it to the Reception Desk.
Saturday, January 15 would have been Martin Luther King Jr.'s 82nd birthday. We celebrate his life, his message, and the spirit of the Civil Rights movement on the third Monday of every January. For some, this means a day off of work or school; for many others it's a day of community service (Find volunteer opportunities on the All for Good site). Whether you choose to serve, attend special community events, or simply reflect, Canton Public Library has useful resources for you:
Martin Luther King — Books
Behind the dream: the making of the speech that transformed a nation by Clarence B. Jones and Stuart Connelly
What would Martin say? by Clarence B. Jones and Joel Engel
- Water plants, bi-monthly — Green thumbs preferred, although not required
- Maintain supply of romance novels in spinners — Some bodice-ripper experience would be helpful
- Help clean grounds around building — Good exercise for the young and sedentary
- Identify damaged materials — Warning: Exposure to our collections may result in checkout overdose, as you see hundreds of books you never knew we had, but must read now!
- Scan & archive media clips — Your chance to be a part of library history
Anyone available for these positions should contact: Kathie Gladden via phone (734) 397-0999 ext 1071 or email: email@example.com.
Otherwise, please fill out our Volunteer Application form and return it to the Reception Desk. We will contact you about orientation as soon as your application is processed.
The library is SO busy, and you're checking out and returning SO many books on CD, DVDs, and of course books that we are having a hard time getting them back on the shelf. If you can volunteer to help us on a regular basis we'd be SO grateful! To volunteer, just fill out this short form and return it to Kathie Gladden at the library. And thank you!
This opportunity is ideal for hiring managers, HR people or anyone that has had experience conducting interviews. If you are interested, contact Laurie Golden at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
There are many ways to show your love for the Canton Public Library. Check out materials, volunteer with our Friends, take part in our programs, or make a donation to our Endowment Fund. One of easiest ways to show your love is to tell us what we’re doing right! Send compliments or suggestions through our website form, or comment on this post and share what you love most about your library.