Volunteers are important partners in Brown County Library’s mission to provide patrons with knowledge and information that support lifelong learning. Supervised by Library staff, volunteers help with special projects and community events. Share your talents and skills and make a difference in your community!
- Friends of the Brown County Library (must be a member)
- Delivering book collections to local nursing homes
- To learn about other volunteer opportunities, please email the library’s Volunteer Coordinator or call 920- 448-4400.
Volunteer Opportunities for Teens
Volunteers should be flexible, dependable, have the ability to follow directions and work cooperatively as a team with other volunteers and library staff.
Opportunities for teens include:
- Summer Reading Program – There are many opportunities to choose from if you are in 6th grade or higher. Applications are available in early May.
- Downtown Green Bay Holiday Parade (costumed walker; book distributor; wagon puller)
- Data Entry
- Cutting material for programs; helping with children’s programs
- Book reviewer
- Costume character
How to Become a Volunteer
To learn about current volunteer openings at the library, please call the Volunteer Coordinator at 920-448-4400 or send an e-mail. You may also inquire at your local branch.
- Volunteer Application (.pdf)
- Background Check Authorization (.pdf) — Required for volunteers 18 and older
Return your application to:
ATTN: Volunteer Coordinator
Brown County Library
515 Pine Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
or FAX your application to: 920-448-4376, ATTN: Volunteer Coordinator
For additional volunteer opportunities in the area check out the following websites: