Brevard County Libraries have 17 locations throughout the county. They all welcome volunteers and have unique volunteer opportunities for adults and students. All library departments; Circulation, Reference, Youth Services, and Technical Processing, make
use of volunteers. Our volunteers assist in shelving, “reading” shelves, stamping due date cards, repairing damaged items, assisting in the processing of new items, assisting with children’s crafts, pulling holds, receiving courier
boxes and checking in those couriered items.
The libraries may oﬀer opportunities for virtual volunteering for teens. These volunteers may write book reviews, assist with our social media pages, participate in citizen science projects, do transcribing for the Library of Congress or the National
Archives. Talk to your local librarians about your talents and interests and how these can be put to use on projects which will enhance your community.
The libraries have organized groups which assist in its mission to improve the quality of life in our communities. The Friends are involved in supporting and raising additional funds for the library. They usually have monthly meetings and discuss things
like book sales, donations, and other opportunities for fund raising activities.
All volunteers at the libraries are required to be background checked and if a high-level check is required, they will be fingerprinted.
Contact information for the libraries