Volunteer

ADULT VOLUNTEERS

IMPORTANT NOTE: We are not currently accepting applications for new volunteers at this time. Please check back often for updates. 

Adult volunteers are essential to the success of the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries and Muscogee County Library Foundation. Popular volunteer opportunities include working a weekly shift in the Book Store, assisting with Book Sales, sorting book donations, and helping with special events such as the Annual Columbus Children's Book Festival and Library Foundation Fundraisers.    

We are not currently accepting applications for new volunteers. Please check back often for updates. 


Existing Opportunities: 

  1. Friends of Libraries Book Store
    Adult volunteers are needed to manage day-to-day operations in the bookstore to support the Muscogee County Friends of Libraries. 

    The following two-hour shifts are available:
    Mondays  4:00-5:30pm
    Wednesdays  4:00-5:30pm
    Fridays  4:00-5:30pm
    Saturdays 10:00am-2:00pm
     
  2. Book Sales

TEEN VOLUNTEERS

Important Note: We are not currently accepting new applications for the Teen Volunteer Program. Please check back often for updates.  

The Chattahoochee Valley Libraries offer an invaluable volunteer experience for teens 13-18. While opportunities exist throughout the year, the Summer Volunteer Program takes place from May - July. Teens can earn required volunteer service hours while helping the LIbrary during its peak season during the Summer Reading Program.  

We will begin accepting applications for Fall. Please check back soon for more updates. 

The Teen Volunteer Program is for students 13-18

Completed waivers may be emailed to cvlvolunteer@cvlga.org, or returned in person on the third floor of the Columbus Public Library. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
 

ALL VOLUNTEERS

Before volunteering with Chattahoochee Valley Libraries, all volunteers are required to attend orientation and training. During orientation, the Volunteer Coordinator will give an overview of program guidelines and expectations. Volunteers are then provided “on-the-job” training at their assigned branch or department prior to the start of service.