Volunteer at Pickerington Public Library
Looking for a way to give back to your community?
Volunteer at the Pickerington Public Library!
Library volunteers benefit the library and community in many ways. We welcome your involvement and offer a variety of volunteer opportunities to match your interests, skills, and availability.
There are many rewarding opportunities for volunteers including keeping our collections in order, assisting staff during library programs and events, rewarding participants in the Summer Reading Program, helping students be successful in our Homework Help Center.
- Age 12 and up or entering grades 7-12.
- Looking for an on-going opportunity lasting 3 months or longer
- Able to commit to an on-going schedule (weekly/monthly) of 2- 6 hours per week
- Able to pass a criminal background check (age 18+)
Volunteens/Volunteers that have volunteered 100 hours or more hours or have volunteered on a consistently regular basis may request a letter of recommendation. Regular basis would be volunteering for TAB, HHC, special projects, or more than 4 months.
Volunteers that volunteer on a regular basis will be invited to attend the library volunteer recognition program. Volunteering can also count toward service credit for school/community organizations.
The library is a certifying organization of the President’s Volunteer Service Award. Volunteers that meet the criteria and eligibility will be recognized with a President’s Volunteer Service Award; teens 50+ hours, adults 100+ hours, groups 200+ hours.
Please note: we do not accept court-mandated or diversion program volunteers.
If interested, please fill out a volunteer application (below). You will be contacted for orientation.
Questions about volunteering can be directed to Colleen Bauman, Community Relations Coordinator at email@example.com or 614.837-4104 ext. 221.
Learn more about our different types of volunteers, below.
Volunteer in the Homework Help Center
Volunteer for Programs and Special Events