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Volunteer Job Descriptions

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There are many different ways to volunteer at Mesa Public Library. For more information about any of these opportunities, please contact our volunteer coordinator.


Bookstore Sales and Sorting
Help the library raise funds in our book sales areas. Assist at the sales desk or with sorting, pricing, and shelving donations.

Braille and Talking Book Library
For more information please contact: Kimberly French at or 602-255-5578. This opportunity is at the Main Library branch.

Building Support Services
Keep the library looking its best! Help with preventative maintenance, setting up displays and artwork and keeping things tidy.

Collection Support Services - Processing Aide
Be the first to get a look at brand new library items! You'll help get new library materials ready for the shelves.

Computer Help Desk
You'll provide valuable assistance to library patrons by helping with basic computer questions and troubleshooting.

Online Book Sales and Research
Find and sell library treasures online! You'll research donations and post sales to our online book store. This opportunity is at the Main Library branch.

Program Services
Assist librarians and patrons during library programs. You'll help make sure programs run smoothly and help create a great experience for program attendees.

Shelving Services
Get a behind-the-scenes look at shelving services. You'll help sort and shelve returned library materials and finding materials to fulfill hold requests.

Summer Reading Program
Be a part of our Summer Reading Program team! You'll have the opportunity to help with program registration, SRP programs and activities, and shelving children's library materials. Applications are accepted only during the month of April for this position.

THINKspot Volunteer
You’ll learn how to use THINKspot equipment, assist in programs, and help organize THINKspot supplies.