Not everyone who applies for a volunteer position will be placed in a job - we receive numerous inquiries for almost every position we post. 

We favor applicants with library work experience, applicable skills, and schedule flexibility. If you have further questions that are not answered with this information, please email the Volunteer Coordinator, Annie Lee King


If you would like to be considered for future volunteer opportunities, please fill out our Volunteer Application. We will keep your information on file and contact you if a position becomes available that matches your experience and interests. 


To stay informed about upcoming volunteer opportunities, please subscribe to our YA Library News mailing list. 

Summer 2021 Virtual Volunteer Opportunities
For these volunteer opportunities you do not need to apply, interview, or register - just follow the instructions to participate and receive volunteer credit! If you have questions please email splteens@cwmars.org.

Children's Activity Videos/Instructions
For volunteers in grades 5-12
Help out our Children's Department by sharing fun activities and crafts for kids to do! Film yourself making a simple craft that parents could do at home with their kids, or create instructions for a game or activity for kids to play. We'll share some of these through the library's social media and YouTube channel. Videos should be no more than five minutes long. Send your files to splteens@cwmars.org along with how long you spent making the video/writing up the instructions so you can get volunteer credit. Activities and crafts should be geared towards children under 10 years old. 

Media Reviews
For volunteers in grades 5-12
If you've got opinions about books, music, movies, podcasts, or other media, we want to hear about it! Send a one-paragraph review to splteens@cwmars.org and we'll share it on our Instagram. If you want to include a photo for us to post with your review that would be excellent! Earn 30 minutes of volunteer credit for each review you submit.