The Grafton Public Library welcomes volunteer applications year round from applicants ages 14 and up. Volunteers work 1-3 hours per week and assist with various Library tasks under staff supervision. Tasks may include, but are not limited to:
- New! Library Street Team: need a driver to post Library Event Posters around town (must have valid Driver’s license);
- Home delivery to housebound patrons (must have valid Driver’s license);
- Tutoring English Language Learners;
- Shelving, shelf-reading and display;
- Helping with incoming and outgoing materials delivery;
- Clerical tasks such as photocopying, paper trimming, craft preparation, labeling, book covering, and stamping;
- Summer reading program registration, promotion and prep;
- Seasonal grounds-keeping (recycling, trash pickup, raking, watering, weeding, mulching);
- Programming, including presenting programs to the public;
- Reading on the GCTV Storytellers Program;
- Computer assistance and support;
- Washing donated LEGOs;
- Assisting with crafts and storytelling during Grafton Celebrates the Holidays and the Spring Egg Hunt.
Please consider joining the Friends of the Grafton Public Library for additional volunteer opportunities!
Volunteers in no way replace or do the jobs of permanent part time or full time staff. A Library cannot be run by volunteers, nor can it run without volunteers. Your help is needed, and volunteering at the Library is a great way to give back to the community!
We make every effort to match interests to tasks. Volunteers may be restricted to tasks and work hours by age. Volunteers over the age of 18 are subject to a CORI background check. Volunteers between ages 10-14 are accepted on a conditional basis and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.
Complete an application online at graftonlibrary.org/volunteer, or stop in to pick up an application. For more details about the volunteer program, please contact Susan Leto, Volunteer Coordinator, at 508-839-4649 x1108 or by email at email@example.com
Interested? Complete a VOLUNTEER APP 2017 and we’ll get in touch!
Teens are invited to serve on the Young Adult Advisory Council, to plan and host programs and make recommendations for purchase. Participation counts towards community service hours.