The Friends of the Batavia Public Library is an entirely volunteer group. The annual book sales are one of their largest volunteer efforts. Additional volunteer opportunities with the Friends are also available. To help with the book sale or for more information, call (630) 879-8220.
Keepers of the Shelves is a special program for adult volunteers who keep the library in great condition. Keepers of the Shelves gives individuals a responsibility for a specific section of the library to keep it neat and in call number order. This program works with any schedule because it allows the volunteer to visit his / her chosen area at least once a month when he/she is available. Keepers of the Shelves is a great way to get involved by taking pride in your Batavia Public Library and keeping it orderly.
If you are interested in volunteering at Batavia Public Library – once a week, once a month, or somewhere in between – please stop by the Check Out Desk and pick up a volunteer application or Adult Volunteer Application, fill it out, and return it to the Library.
Teens in high school are invited to become a teen volunteer in the Adult Services department. Volunteer time is assigned in weekly one hour increments. Tasks include copying, cutting up scratch paper, pulling books from shelves, straightening shelves, etc. Pick up an application at the Reference desk, or print the pdf form below.
All of our teen volunteer spots
are filled at present.
We will keep applications on file and contact you in case there is an opening.
What junior volunteers might be asked to do:
Junior volunteer checklist:
Print the application or pick up an application from the Youth Services desk. Complete both sides and return to the Youth Services desk no later than the date noted on the application for the session you are interested in. All applications will be reviewed. Students selected as junior volunteers will be notified of their schedules prior to their start date.