Volunteers play an important role in making sure Laramie County Library achieves its mission. The time and service volunteers provide is critical to the library. Volunteers share their talents and provide the labor that ensures the library’s success. Each volunteer is very important to the library staff, and it is through the help of volunteers that Laramie County Library can provide even better customer service to patrons. The minimum age to become a library volunteer is 12.
Laramie County Library benefits tremendously from its volunteers. However, volunteering can be rewarding for the individual, as well.
As a library volunteer, you will have opportunities for:
- Personal growth
- Work experience
- Job references
- Community involvement
- Learning about Laramie County Library and all its valuable resources
In addition, you may also qualify for staff privileges:
- After six months of consistent volunteering, you may place personal orders for books through Cataloging Services at a discounted price.
- After six months of volunteering with at least 12 hours of service, you can gain staff privileges. You may check out movies or video games for 24-hours for free.
- Converting your library card to staff privilege is optional. If you are under 18, you may need parental consent to change the privilege level of your card.
How to Volunteer
- Volunteers must be at least 12 years old.
- Volunteers under age 18 must have a parent or guardian sign their application.
- Volunteer application forms are available at each Ask Here desk or using our Online Form. Please complete and return this form to the library, where it will be evaluated by the Volunteer Coordinator.
- You will be contacted by Community Relations about attending a volunteer orientation within 1 – 2 weeks.
- A background check for all volunteers over the age of 18 will be performed.
You can fill out an application online: https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?AP=1195309245