Library Volunteer Positions
For a list of current volunteer opportunities, please visit Volunteer Hub. The steps to create an account are described in the guide. For questions, contact Katherine Skeels at 720.887.2333 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To check out other volunteer opportunities throughout the City and County of Broomfield, visit the main volunteer page. Opportunities for youth (under 18) and court-ordered community service are available as well.
Library Bilingual Support
Provide language support to Spanish-speaking patrons at Broomfield Library or library outreach programs and special events. Apply bilingual communication skills to engage community building, accessibility, and learning.
Proporcione apoyo en español a los usuarios de La Biblioteca de Broomfield en la biblioteca o durante eventos comunitarios. Aplique habilidades de comunicación bilingüe para construir comunidad, mejorar la accesibilidad y apoyar el aprendizaje.
inventHQ Open Hours Bilingual Support
The Broomfield Library Makerspace, inventHQ, is looking for bilingual volunteers to assist patrons with their projects during Open Hours, help material preparation for programs, organize tools and supplies, teach patrons how to use makerspace tools and software, and provide instructional support during programs like Code Club and Sew Broomfield.
inventHQ, el espacio creativo de La Biblioteca de Broomfield, está buscando voluntarios bilingües para apoyar a los usuarios con sus proyectos durante el horario de apertura, ayudar en la preparación de materiales, enseñar a los usuarios el uso de herramientas y programas de computación y brindar apoyo instructivo durante eventos como Code Club y Sew Broomfield.
inventHQ Crafting Community
Craft community projects with older adults on Thursdays. Build community-related projects and help staff prepare for programs.
Afternoon Reading Fun!
Assist Library staff with the read to a dog program for school age children. The Lead volunteer will talk with families about the program, manage the line, monitor time, and interact with families. The Lead does not need a dog but does need to enjoy dogs. Dog volunteers must have a trained therapy dog to participate. Dogs must be certified through a national organization that carries insurance for volunteers to work in public spaces, such as libraries and hospitals.
Children's Craft Prep
Assist staff in preparing and assembling decorations, assembling crafts and kits for programs, and any other necessary duties.
Retrieve items from the stacks for holds and shelve any media that has been returned.
Assist Collections staff in maintaining the collection according to the Broomfield Library's collection development policy.
Select and deliver library materials to patrons who are physically unable to come to the library. Assignments will be to a senior living community or private residences throughout Broomfield.
Assist helping patrons with their projects during Open Hours, help material preparation for programs, organize tools and supplies, teach patrons how to use makerspace tools and software, and teach support during a monthly Code Club program.
Get materials ready to go out for circulation by covering, stamping, and stickering books, audiobooks, DVDs, and music.
Teen Advisory Board (TAB)
Participate in the Teen Advisory Board (TAB), which is a fun, enthusiastic group for grades 6-12 that strives to make the Broomfield Library a teen-friendly place. The group discusses ideas related to the Library as well as general teen-related topics.