Volunteers make a difference! Library volunteers are needed and appreciated for contributing their time, talents, hard work, and enthusiasm.
When volunteering, you’re not just helping others–you’re helping yourself. Through volunteering, you gain new skills, meet great people, strengthen your own unique talents, and develop a deeper understanding of the Library and its place in the community. Together we can build stronger communities and enrich lives.
What’s Your Passion?
Everyone has unique talents to share, and there are dozens of exciting ways to use your talents when volunteering.
Responsibilities range from Greeter, Shelver, and Technology Guide to Outreach Assistant and even Storytime Helper. The Library is often looking for eager, friendly, and flexible volunteers, and we work hard to match your skills and interests with corresponding opportunities.
Volunteers are a vital part of our Library system. They help improve quality of service, and they are key partners in making a positive difference in the community.
Teen Volunteers (Teen Ambassadors) - Ages 17 and Younger
Teens younger than 18 years old are too young to become official Library Volunteers, but not too young to make a difference! Contact a staff person from the Youth Department to learn more about the Teen Ambassador Program (and earning credit for Bright Futures Scholarship Requirements) or click below. Be sure to use a personal email address and not a student/school email address.
Adult Volunteers - Ages 18 and Older
** We are currently not accepting new Adult Volunteer applications. We will reopen the application process as soon as possible **
If you are 18 years old or older, stop by any branch Library to speak with a supervisor about the various volunteer opportunities available or download the Adult Volunteer Application and return it to your nearest Library Branch today! If you're below 18 years of age, or are seeking to become a Friend of the Library, you will need to fill out those applications instead.
Friends of the Library
The Friends of the Library Groups support and promote their local libraries in their efforts to promote literacy and reading. New members are always welcome.
Court Mandated Hours
For court mandated hours, contact Osceola County Road & Bridge Office: (407) 742-7500.