Volunteering at Your Library
Volunteering at your library is flexible, and designed around your interests. If you want to develop your skills, meet new people or make a difference in your community, there will be something to suit you.
With new and varied voluntary roles in libraries across Staffordshire, some of the things you can do include:
Helping your community to discover all your library has to offer
Supporting housebound people to access books and information
Running community events
Helping people to get online and learn IT skills
Enrol on the new ‘Volunteering Speaks Volumes’ accredited qualification
Taking part in Reading Hack volunteer opportunities for 13-24 year olds
The possibilities are endless.
Why not give it a try?
Over 500 people have expressed an interest to find out more about volunteering in their local library in the last two months, and 200 have already joined our volunteer team.
5 reasons to volunteer at Your Library:
- You do have time - all you need to give is just two hours a week
- Make new friends
- Develop new skills and put a shine on your CV
- Anyone can volunteer - you don't need qualifications or particular skills
- Make a difference to your community
Just two hours a week can make all the difference. You could change your own life and the lives of those in your community, by helping to make your library a great place to be for future generations.
Apply now or register your interest
If you would like to have a chat with someone about volunteering you can:
- Call 01785 278311
- Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Attend one of the find out more sessions where you can discuss with staff the volunteering opportunites and training available to you.
Alternatively, you can express your interest by signing up to the library volunteer newsletter.
You can apply online to become a library volunteer now.