Volunteering

Current Volunteer Listings

Use your talents and skills in one of the most active cultural institutions in Denver, your library. We need volunteers of all ages and backgrounds who reflect the diversity and interests of our customers and our community. If you are willing to share your love of books, language and culture, want to work with the staff, our customers, or behind the scenes, consider becoming a Library volunteer!

Many Places, Many Choices

Work at your neighborhood branch or at the Central Library. Volunteer opportunities include, retrieving library materials requested directly by customers, shelving media and paperbacks, straightening materials on shelves, book sorting, conducting library tours, providing homebound services, organizing manuscript collections, and reading to children in our Read Aloud program. Bilingual volunteers are needed in many areas. Learn more about specific volunteer opportunities.

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Volunteer Benefits

  • Personal Growth
  • New Friends
  • Work Experience
  • Job Verification
  • Training Classes
  • Community Involvement
  • Public Acknowledgment

We also offer our volunteers:

  • Courtesy Library Card
  • Complimentary Parking at Central Library

Technology Volunteer: A Special Volunteer Opportunity

TECHNOLOGY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

We are currently recruiting technology volunteers to join our team of skilled technology staff to volunteer in the Community Technology Center at Central and branch libraries where computer lessons are offered. Bilingual Spanish speaking Technology Volunteers are especially needed. Technology Volunteers work directly with the public sharing their knowledge, patience, and customer service skills in a fast-paced environment, while handling multiple technology requests. Choose a location below to apply now for a Technology Volunteer position!

Current Volunteer Listings

For more information about these highly skilled volunteer opportunities, please contact Veletta Hopes in the Volunteer Office at 720-865-2043, vhopes@denverlibrary.org.

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