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Volunteer at the Library:
Adult volunteers work on a variety of projects at the St. Charles Public Library, including shelving, retrieving items from the book drops, pulling on-hold items, assisting selectors to maintain parts of the collection and special projects. Applications for adult volunteers are available online and at the Reference Desk. Please return completed applications to the Reference Desk, attention: David Kelsey. For more information, contact David Kelsey, Outreach Services Librarian or call 630-549-8969, ext. 219.
Volunteer positions might not always be available. However, they are kept on file until a position becomes availiable.
Learn more about the teen volunteer program...
Friends of St. Charles Library
Join the Friends of St.Charles Library and raise funds to support special programs and to purchase equipment that is outside the Library's regular budget.
Junior Friends are middle school students in grades 6 – 8 who volunteer their time in the Youth Services Department. Opportunities in this very popular program fill up fast. Interested students are encouraged to put their names on the waiting list. For more information, contact the Youth Services ASK ME Desk.
Other ways to help the Library:
Support the St. Charles Public Library Foundation
Provide monetary support and/or gifts
Volunteer in our community:
Literacy Volunteers – Fox Valley (LV-FV)
Volunteer tutors are needed to teach adults to read and write, or learn to speak English. Tutors typically volunteer one hour per week. Other volunteers may help out with special projects, such as the Trivia Bee. Contact LVFV at 630-584-2811.
Area clubs and organizations often look for volunteers. See the Community Volunteer Opportunities list for more information.