Spokane County Library District is looking for you! We are helping volunteers who are ready to give their time find the best place for their talent to benefit their community.
Best reasons to volunteer: An opportunity to contribute to and serve the community, to meet people, and build new friendships.
Reading Buddy – Being a Reading Buddy involves reading one-on-one with a child every week. Pair up with a child to read books together, tell stories, and play word games-anything to help younger children become better readers.
Math Whiz – The tutor volunteer provides one-to-one tutoring to a student, or an adult, to improve math skills.
Homework Help – Helping students understand and complete their homework assignments.
Computer Coach – Assist in teaching people using the library to navigate the Internet, learn word processing, and apply for jobs online.
Special Events Attendant – Help with pre-event set up and post-event clean up.
Clerical Support Assistant – Data entry, filing, photocopying, answering the phone, and assisting with office projects.
Meet & Greet Library Members – Greets visitors, give tours of the library and offer assistance with questions and computer help.
Read-Aloud Volunteer for seniors – Read with senior citizens housed in a nursing home or assisted living center
Volunteer a little time or a lot, whatever works best with your schedule. Volunteer your time at your favorite Library District location. Volunteer training will be provided (previous experience and education not required). Must be at least 16 years of age.
For more information or to apply, contact Jamie Van Wormer, Volunteer Program Manager, at 509.893.8234 or email@example.com.