LLLC Volunteer Opportunities
Whether you are looking for a short-term project or a regular two-hour shift, the Library offers a variety of ways to get involved. The following is a sampling of the volunteer opportunities:
Lafayette Library and Learning Center Foundation
Lafayette Library and Learning Center
The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is a group of teens, ages 13 – 19, who get together once a month to share their thoughts and ideas on teen library programs and services. Through TAB, teens get involved with the library and shape what is being offered to teens. They are also able to earn community service hours, meet new people and learn leadership skills. To learn more contact Librarian Patrick Brogan (925)385-2280.
Friends of the Lafayette Library
Enthusiasm, time, talent and teamwork…that’s all you need to volunteer at the Lafayette Library and Learning Center. Whether your expertise lies in your love of books, or its graphic design or writing, fundraising or event planning, media relations, social networking or budgeting and finance – All We Need Is You!
A downloadable Volunteer Flyer is available.
How To Volunteer
Lafayette is a community of involved citizens bound by shared passions, and we’re passionate about theLafayette Library and Learning Center! We invite you to join the team of dedicated volunteers who share their time and talents in support of the Library and Learning Center, the LLLC Foundation, and the Friends Book shop.
To volunteer, complete a Volunteer Application and attend the next LLLC Volunteer Information Session. You may also email your application to email@example.com, drop it off at the Library Information Desk, or bring it with you to the Information Session. The next Information Session will be in fall 2016.
For questions, contact the LLLC Foundation: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (925)283-6513 x 102
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