Looking for 4-6 volunteers for September 2016
Children’s Program student volunteer assistants help encourage a literacy and a love of libraries and reading through helping deliver children’s programs at the library and in the community. Training will be provided. All hours completed as part of the program can be used towards the high school volunteer hours requirement.
Children’s Program Assistant will assist with supervising and setting up equipment and supplies for the following programs:
Game On: Tween Edition - A weekly after school games club for tweens (ages 8-12):
Schedule: Starting September 2016
Friends of Brockville Public Library is currently recruiting community members interested in lending time and expertise to an executive steering committee.
The ‘Friends of the Library’ is a non-profit, voluntary and charitable association dedicated to the enhancement of library services. This group supports services provided by the library through donating time and effort to sponsor special events and much needed resources.
As well ‘Friends of the Library’ will promote literacy and cultural enhancement in the greater community.
This committee operates independently of the Brockville Public Library Board of Trustees.
As a member of the Friends group you can help with:
- Committee meetings, strategic planning and administration
- Event planning and event assistance
- Advertising and marketing
- Market and publicize the merits of being Friends of Brockville Public Library
For additional information contact:
Brandy Smith, Community Development Coordinator at
613.342.3936 ext. 6432
If you are interested in contributing to the community through the library, fill out a volunteer application or you can contact our volunteer coordinator:
Brandy Smith, Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator
613.342.3936 ext. 6432
Brockville Public Library offers volunteers a diverse range of volunteer opportunities including:
Assistance with children, teen, adult and family programming
“Behind the Shelves” supporting our staff
Helping our patrons with their library needs such as computer literacy
Please fill out the volunteer application and return it in person to a staff member at the circulation desk or fax it to the number found at the bottom of the application*. Your application will be reviewed by the volunteer coordinator, after which you will be contacted for a brief interview. Volunteers 18 years of age or older must undergo a police records check, which the library will pay for before they are assigned volunteer positions.
*The volunteer application is a PDF document and requires adobe acrobat reader to view. Unfortunately, at this time the form does not permit for electronic submission.
To review the Library's volunteer policy, click here.
Volunteer training is provided and all new volunteers with the Library will be required to complete Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities (AODA) and Integrated Accessibility Standard Regulations (IASR) training as well as a training and general orientation session.
IASR training can be completed online at (pdf instructions):
You can use a computer to complete the training and/or print a copy of the training transcript at the Library.
Please download and complete the training forms and bring them to your appointed orientation time.
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