While the library building is closed due to COVID-19 precautions, we are unable to have volunteers on site. At this time, we are not accepting volunteer applications. If you are interested in volunteering, please check back when the library reopens.
Volunteers help attain the mission of lifelong learning by teaching computer classes, delivering library materials to homebound individuals, mending materials and many other essential jobs. We accept volunteers ages 14 and up. To learn more about volunteer openings for adults at the Library, please email the library at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 253-841-5454.
If you wish to apply and you are 18 years or older, please fill out a volunteer application form available at the main desk of the library or download an application and mail it to the Library. For teens ages 14 - 17, please download and complete the Teen Volunteer Application and return it to the Library.
Adults over the age of 17 will be required to complete a Washington State Patrol background check which will require a signature and a copy of your current identification. Once we have received your application, we will contact you as soon as it has been processed.
Please be aware that the Library cannot fulfill court-ordered community service hours.
Teens can volunteer to help on a regular basis at the library, as space allows. These volunteers will learn some basic procedures and tasks associated with the library's day-to-day operations. We accept volunteers from ages 14 and up.
For teens ages 14 - 17, please download and complete the Teen Volunteer Application (PDF) and return it to the Library. If you wish to apply and you are 18 years or older, please fill out an Adult Volunteer Application. Adults will be asked to complete a Washington State Patrol background check, which will require a signature and a copy of your current identification. Both forms are also available at the main desk on the first floor.