Beloit Public Library’s mission to provide enriching and inspiring learning experiences for all of our diverse community is possible because of volunteers like you! We have a number of volunteer opportunities available from which to choose:
Adopt-a-Shelf volunteers are the silent helpers who keep our materials clean and in precise order both by Dewey Decimal System and alphabetically. Volunteers commit to organizing their assigned/chosen areas one hour per week, but can work any time it is convenient to them.
Friends at Beloit Library (FABL)
FABL is an integral part of the library, as it supports various programs through its year-round sales of used books. Volunteers for the group stock book sale items, sort and process items, and work at the monthly warehouse book sales.
Our Bookleggers program brings the love of reading to third graders in Beloit area schools with classroom visits, curriculum guides, and a culminating field trip to visit us here at the library.
Book Buddies volunteers are ages 14 to 18 who help with our Summer Library Club events including crowd-control, getting projects ready for Arts and Crafts events, and other related tasks. Volunteers for this program need to be available to volunteer on various days and times during the summer months.
The Homebound Delivery Program is an outreach service that provides regular home delivery of library materials to customers in Beloit who are unable to visit the library due to age or disability. Volunteers are needed to either select materials or to deliver to and pick up library materials from these customers.
Other volunteer opportunities which include but are not limited to, microfilm searches, genealogy research, and clerical work.
Interested in Volunteering?
Please contact Volunteer Coordinator Becky Shull at (608)364-2905 or firstname.lastname@example.org.