Friends, Advisory boards & Volunteer Opportunities
The Kent Library welcomes volunteers to help with a variety of tasks:
General Volunteers: help us maintain our library collection by organizing materials so that customers can find things quickly and work on special projects as needed.
Teen Volunteers: may fulfill school community service credits by working on library projects.
Tech Tutors: teach classes to library patrons on how to use personal computers and the Internet.
Study Zone Tutors: help students understand and complete their homework assignments and direct students to additional resources.
Talk Time Conversation Class Facilitators: work with adult immigrants in the process of improving their English literacy and speaking skills.
Please contact the Kent Library at 253-859-3330 for more information or click on (line to volunteer page). We appreciate your interest in helping us make our library a better place.
Friends of the Kent Library
Looking for a way to be more involved in our community?
Consider becoming a Friend of the Kent Library! Share your love of books, make new friends, and invest your time and energy in expanding opportunities for kids, families and seniors in and around the community.
Friends of the Kent Library is a non-profit group that supports the Kent Library by volunteering, hosting, fund-raising activities, sponsoring programs and services, and increasing awareness of the library's vital community role.
Projects of the Friends include raising money for children, teen and adult programs, and subscribing to Book Page, a monthly newsletter about books and authors. Membership offers you the opportunity to share your views, donate your time and lend your talents to make the Kent Library the best it can be.
It's easy to join, and fun to be involved. Annual membership costs $2 for individuals.
To learn more, call 253-859-3330 and ask for Judy or Laurin. Meetings are held bi-monthly on Thursdays at noon.
Please join our active and growing group of dedicated library supporters!
October 4, 2012