Volunteering at Helen Hall Library is a great way to impact your community. Whether you need service hours or just want to get involved, you can join one of our volunteer programs! Our uniquely structured volunteer program nicknamed the COST system offers volunteers the opportunity to use their skills, passions, and expertise to make a difference.
Content – The content team is responsible for developing promotional content for the library, writing books reviews, taking photos, and help with social media!
Outreach – The outreach team is responsible for scouting events, helping with program setup/ upkeep, social services, and even cold calls.
Systems – The systems team is responsible for content weeding, cleaning, shelving, organizing, and online sales.
Tutoring – The tutoring team is responsible for help with tutoring, scheduling, special projects, and assisting with seniors and children.
Our teen volunteer program offers a job-like experience by providing teens with weekly schedules for service hours and positions are filled per semester: Fall, Spring & Summer. Once the applicant has been selected for a position, he or she will be notified via email for the next step. Applications are available at the Adult Reference Desk or online found under the documents tab. This program is for ages 12 and over.
Our adult volunteer program is flexible and is always actively seeking committed adults to help mentor and spearhead upcoming projects! Applications are available at the Adult Reference Desk or online found under the documents tab. This program is for anyone 18 and over.
Not ready to commit to a weekly schedule? No problem! Applications are available at the Adult Reference Desk and online via the library catalog page and by clicking the blue Volunteers icon. We have many types of volunteer opportunities.
For more information, please contact Colleen Ragsdale, Volunteer Coordinator at 281-554-1116 or email Colleen Ragsdale.