Windsor Public Library Volunteer is:

A volunteer is an individual who, beyond the responsibilities of paid employment, freely assists the Windsor Public Library in the accomplishment of its mission without expectation or receipt of compensation.

Windsor Public Library’s volunteers are an important addition to the Library’s staff.

Volunteers perform specific duties that are important to the institution.

For more information on these services: www.windsorpubliclibrary.com

Program Contact Description of Activity Branch Time Commitment To apply
Adult Literacy Program Rachel Blok
519-255-6770 Ext. 4460
Trained volunteer tutors (must be 19 or older) teach adult reading, writing and numeracy skills. All Orientation, then 4 hours/week.
1 year commitment
Adult Literacy Volunteer Application
English Conversation Club Wendy Nancoo
519-255-6770 Ext. 4433
 Facilitate conversations to help people improve their English speaking skills. (Note: Not a class.) All 1 to 2 hours/week.
6 month commitment.
English Conversation Club Volunteer Application
Book Buddy Book Buddy Coordinator
519-255-6770 Ext. 4418
Volunteers (16 or older) tutor children, 6-10, in reading All 1 to 2 hours/week.
6 month commitment.
Book Buddy Volunteer Application
Accessibility Services Nicole Hayward
519-255-6770 ext. 4404
Volunteers to deliver library materials to homebound customers. All One hour every 4 weeks.
1 year commitment.
Accessibility Services Volunteer Application
Archives Mike Fish
519-255-6770 Ext. 4414
Provide assistance with indexing and transcribing Archives records All Minimum 6 months commitment. Archives Volunteer Application
High School Volunteers  519-255-6770
High school students assist with a variety of programs All A minimum of 20 hours over 6 months. Youth Library Volunteer Application


All volunteers will be required to submit to a criminal record/police clearance check prior to acceptance as a volunteer. There is a $25.00 charge for a police clearance. This policy applies to all volunteers who will volunteer directly with people.

The Windsor Public Library reserves the right to decline involvement in its volunteer program by anyone it assesses to be unsuitable. The decision of the Windsor Public Library is final in these matters.

1 Response to "Volunteering"

  1. Dr. Justin Rarabef says:

    Dear Mahrukh,

    It seems that perhaps you are a very diligent student. What you must do is contact the library directly via email, phone or in person, perhaps with a resume in hand. There you can learn more about the opportunities they present and whether you are interested in what they have to offer you – or if there are any programs offered that you fit the discription of.

    Good luck!

    Dr. R

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