One of the most delightful aspects of Plainsboro Public Library is the magnificent volunteer support we get from the community. Volunteers contribute to the remarkably cost effective, innovative service at Plainsboro Public Library. From “reading the shelves”, to helping with community wide festivals, to manning the technical needs of the vast Interlibrary Loan System, to sorting donations and selling books at the monthly sale, volunteers play MAJOR roles. During 2012, nearly 100 adults and teens donated over 3,700 hours to the Plainsboro Library!
Seeking Adult Library Volunteers!
Monday, September 14th 2-4pm
Thursday, September 17th 11-1pm
Adults who are unable to attend the sessions listed above please contact Sharon at 609-275-2897 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support!
Teen shelvers are recruited twice a year -- for the summer and for the school year. Plainsboro residents will be given first consideration. Anyone with questions on teen volunteering may email Joyce at email@example.com
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School year 2015-2016, and took place from August 8th - August 22nd, 2015.
The library has one time programs throughout the year, such as:
- Festival of the Arts
- Chinese New Year
- Founder’s Day Parade
- Discovery Summer
We always need teen and adult volunteers to help out. You may fill out the form below to be added to our program volunteer mailing list and be notified of upcoming program volunteer opportunities: Program Volunteer Mailing List.
We are not currently recruiting more “geeks” for the technology help desk. However, if you are a “tech-savvy” Plainsboro High School student interested in helping out please email Joyce, the teen volunteer coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch if and when we need more volunteer “geeks”.