From shelving books at your local library to instructing an Internet training session, volunteering at the library strengthens the community. Volunteering is as flexible as your schedule. Last year, more than 955 volunteers gave more than 36,000 hours of their time to the library system. This equals the full-time equivalent of 17.01 employees!
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New volunteer opportunity launching April 1- Be a Virtual Volunteer
Volunteers must be 16 years or older and pass a criminal background check.
To submit an application:
Call 549-7408 for more information.
Are you between the ages of 13 and 15 and interested in volunteering for the library? Why not apply to be a part of the Teen Team?
The Library's Adult Literacy Service offers one-on-one tutoring to adults and young adults (16+) who wish to improve their reading and writing skills. Our tutors are people from the community. Our tutors are people who find that a couple hours a week spent helping someone learn to read -- helping someone better his or her life -- is time well spent. Our tutors are people like you.
The After-school homework clubs are located in 12 libraries this year so we are in need of many volunteers! There are two programs:
Whatever time you can give will make a difference in a child's life! Visit this link for more information and application: http://guides.tulsalibrary.org/homeworkclub