Donate Time, Be A Volunteer
People come to the Library as volunteers to give back to the community; add depth to college applications; fill requirements for school clubs and classes; and for the love of the Library. Whatever the reasons, the Naperville Public Library appreciates and values the time and effort given by our volunteers. Over the past year our volunteers supported our commitment to excellence by contributing over 10,000 hours of time to the Library.
2013 KidsMatter Youth Service Award
Ongoing Opportunities for Adults and 9th – 12th graders:
Volunteer tasks for adults and students will be assisting staff with a variety of daily needs that include but are not limited to: special clerical assistance, hospitality, conducting surveys, sorting materials to be shelved, and other projects that supplement the needs of a department. Volunteers will be contacted as opportunities become available. To apply simply fill out the Naperville Public Library Volunteer Application and Skills Assessment. Both forms are available at the upper level Information Desk at Nichols Library; the Adult Services Desk at Naper Boulevard Library; and the Adult Services Desk at the 95th Street Library. Both forms must be completed on site and returned to the person at the desk. Volunteers will be contacted when opportunities become available.
A Naperville Public Library Volunteer Application and Skills Assessment must be successfully completed prior to responding to the volunteer openings. The NPL Volunteer Application and Skills Assessment forms are available at the upper level Information Desk at Nichols Library; the Adult Services Desk at Naper Blvd Library; and the Adult Services Desk at 95th Street Library. Both forms must be completed on site.
For more information contact: Pat Larson, HR Assistant - Volunteers (630)961-4100 ext.2236.
Spring Cleaning at Nichols, Naper Blvd and 95th Street Libraries
Saturday, May 5, 2012 -- 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
We are looking for volunteers who can make a BIG impact and assist with spring cleaning. It is time to spruce up the inside and outside of the Naperville Public Library's three locations. This is a great opportunity to get 4 hours of volunteer time and make an impact on the appearance of our libraries. Volunteers are asked to arrive promptly at 9:00 a.m. and certificates of participation will be presented to volunteers at 1:00 p.m.
Age requirement: 9th graders or older
Signing up to volunteer:
- If you have a completed a regular Naperville Public Library Application and Skills Assessment, apply for Spring Cleaning by sending an e-mail to email@example.com and in the message designate your library preference.
- Never volunteered at the library but would like to help with spring cleaning, click here to complete the application for this project.
The last day to sign up is Monday, April 30. Confirmation of the receipt of your application and instructions will be sent by e-mail.
For additional information, contact: Pat Larson, HR Volunteer Coordinator, (630)961-4100 x2236
Summer Reading Program for 6th – 12th graders:
The Summer Reading Program volunteers are contributing to the success of this wonderful program. Find out more about becoming a Summer Reading Program volunteer.
Expectations for All Naperville Public Library Volunteers:
To all volunteers, the Naperville Public Library will:
- Provide a general orientation
- Coordinate a schedule to meet the needs of the individual with the needs of the Library
- Appreciate your willingness to share your time and talents with the Library
Volunteers will be asked to:
- Maintain a regular volunteer schedule
- Be courteous to Library users and staff
- Be familiar with and comply with relevant Library policies at all times
- Notify the Library if you cannot come for your scheduled volunteer time
For more information, contact:
Pat Larson, Human Resources Assistant – Volunteers
Phone: (630) 961-4100 x2236