Our Service Volunteers are a very special group of people who donate their time to help us keep the library running smoothly and efficiently. Their volunteer assignments may range from cutting scrap paper, dusting library shelves or watering plants to shelving, processing library materials or withdrawing items from the database. Library Service Volunteers must be at least (14) years old.
Tween Service Corps offers volunteer opportunities for kids ages 10 to 13 years old. Volunteer opportunities are available from September to May. Please fill out our online form to be added to our email contact list.
How to Volunteer
When volunteer positions are available, they are posted here. At that time, you can print out a Volunteer Application and return it to the Check Out Desk. We do not keep volunteer applications on file, nor do we accept unsolicited applications. Please refer to the CPL Volunteer Program Code of Conduct for details/restrictions.
Those in need of immediate community service hours can contact PBJ Outreach, Open Door Food Ministry, or the Society of St. Vincent de Paul at 313-393-2936. Students interested in obtaining service credit for do-it-yourself volunteer projects can check out the Michigan Humane Society for ideas. The Humane Society will then provide signed documentation of the volunteer work performed.
Like to become a Friend or work in the bookstore? Pick up a Friends brochure or get a volunteer application at Secondhand Prose, call 734-397-0999 and select option #7, or fill out the Interest Form online.
Our Volunteers Are Winners!
There are currently no open volunteer postings at Canton Public Library.