Strathcona County Library thrives on the contributions of dedicated volunteers. We periodically have opportunities for all sorts of interests and commitment levels.

FAQ about Volunteering

  • Yes, we have several ways for teens to get involved and earn volunteer hours by creating book review content and lists. See the Teen Volunteer Form for more details.

    Over the summer, teens can volunteer with the Kids' Summer Reading Game. Download a Summer Reading Game Volunteer Application. Application deadline: June 16, 5:00 pm.

  • Many of our volunteer positions – such as shelf reader– require a long-term commitment. Volunteers often stay in their position for a long period of time, and this results in limited volunteer openings.

  • We appreciate your application, but unfortunately we aren’t able to place everyone who is interested in volunteering with us. Only applications that have been selected for further consideration will be contacted.

  • The Friends of Strathcona County Library Society supports the library through fundraising activities. Friends members are volunteers who promote and advocate for the library and organize a variety of great events. Head to the Friends' website for more news and to see open volunteer opportunities!

  • Thank you for your interest in volunteering! Depending on the season, there may be a variety of opportunities for teens and adults to volunteer at the library. Clicking through the types of volunteer roles on the Volunteer page will tell you if we have opportunities. 

    General inquiries can be sent to: volunteer@sclibrary.ca

    If we are not recruiting volunteers, see our Support page for other ways to support the library.

Types of Volunteering

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