Volunteering

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About Volunteering with WFPL

The Watertown Free Public Library Volunteer Program provides public service opportunities to members of our community. Volunteers provide valuable assistance on projects that may be otherwise neglected because of budgetary limitations. Volunteers generally provide support services to paid staff; work on special projects; or assist with the Library Building Committee Book Store. We will do our best to match applicants with a volunteer position. However, we cannot guarantee that all applicants will be selected to volunteer at the library.

Current Volunteering Opportunities

  1. Homebound Delivery
  2. Teen Room (Grades 6–12)
  3. Digitization Day Greeter
  4. Digitization Day Assistant
  5. Digitization Day Scanner
  6. Other 

Homebound Delivery Volunteer

The Watertown Free Public Library is seeking one person who is available mid-day on Wednesdays and can commit to helping a couple times a month. Homebound delivery volunteers must provide their own transportation.

How to Apply

To apply for a volunteer position, please read our volunteer policy and submit the volunteer application. Volunteers age 18 and under will need to fill out a permission form.

Submit and Application Button links to WFPL Volunteer Application