The Library relies on many volunteers to keep it operating: both teens and adults. The staff and the community appreciate all the care and attention our volunteers give the Library. Volunteers are needed seven days a week when the Library is open to the public. Teens can gain valuable job skills while making a difference in the community! Students are eligible to earn community service credit.
There are many ways to volunteer for the Simi Valley Public Library that align with varying interests and schedules. Please see below for current volunteer opportunities.
The main way for teens to earn volunteer/community service hours is to join the Teen Advisory Group (TAG). TAG is a group comprised of only teens, which meets monthly and comes up with new and fun teen programming for the Library. Teens get volunteer hours by attending meetings and planning and attending events. Check out more information about TAG here.
Apply to Volunteer:
Current Volunteer Opportunities:
- Saturday Storytime and Creativity Corner Assistance
- Tech Thursdays Assistance (AM and PM shifts)
- Library Unlimited Adult Services Program Assistance (AM shift)
- Summer Reading Program Assistance, varied tasks
- General Library Helpers, varied tasks
Teen and Adult Volunteers Welcome!
Teen and adult volunteers assist Library staff with a variety of functions. Duties may include: straightening books, shelving materials, or working on special projects and assisting with events and programs as needed. This position requires flexibility and open mindedness, as tasks may change week to week.
We need volunteers that are friendly, have a high level of attention to detail and can work with minimal supervision. Training will be provided. Time commitment varies per position. Minimum age to volunteer is 14 (high school student). Must attend one orientation session.
Please contact the library at [email protected] for information about available volunteer positions.
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