Griffin Free Public Library – Auburn, NH

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Griffin Free Public Library Volunteer Policy

Griffin Free Public Library welcomes the participation of the community in the library’s functions. Volunteers provide a vital connection between the community and the library, and help promote and improve library services.

Due to federal and state restrictions, all volunteers must be at least 16 years of age.

Volunteers are eligible, and may be asked, to perform the following duties:

  •  Dusting shelves
  •  Straightening and reading shelves
  •  Minor book repair
  •  Reshelving of returned and new materials
  •  Sorting/processing/handling donated items
  •  Changing exterior library signage
  •  Minor cleaning and straightening of public areas
  •  Preparing and sorting magazines
  •  Moving items into or out of storage

Volunteers are not permitted to perform duties outside of those explicitly stated, nor are they permitted to work in locations or on projects that could jeopardize the confidentiality of patron records. All work performed by a volunteer is done by choice, and volunteers will receive no compensation or other considerations for their work.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with Griffin Free Public Library, please complete the volunteer application in full. Completion of an application does not guarantee acceptance as a library volunteer. Incomplete or unreadable applications will not be accepted.

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Griffin Free Public Library
22 Hooksett Road / PO Box 308
Auburn, NH 03032
603.483.5374
staff@griffinfree.org

 

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