Sno-Isle Libraries welcomes volunteers of all ages and walks of life.
Our volunteers contribute their unique talents, skills and knowledge to enhance Sno-Isle Libraries' goal to be a community doorway to reading, resources and lifelong learning.
Whether it's a short-term project or a regularly scheduled task, volunteers work to enrich our community libraries programs and services throughout Snohomish and Island counties.
Note: Volunteers age 13 and under must be supervised by a parent/guardian.
Volunteering at the library offers enjoyable work as well as the satisfaction of knowing how much your efforts benefit your community. It requires a commitment of your time, usually on a regular schedule, plus participation in some basic orientation and training.
Please contact the volunteer coordinator at your library for a list of volunteer opportunities available.
How to apply
Obtain a volunteer application and background check form from your library or by calling 360-651-7003. Fill out the paperwork as completely as possible.
Return completed paperwork to your community library or mail to:
7312 35th Ave NE
Marysville, WA 98271
A volunteer is needed to help at the Service Center in Marysville doing a variety of clerical duties. Sample tasks would include filing, copying, collating packets of information, making labels, and other related clerical duties.
This position is needed 1 day a week on Tuesday’s between 11:00am – 1:00pm.
The volunteer will need to be able to read, alphabetize, sit and stand, and be sensitive to confidential materials. Attention to detail and strong organizational skills are required. Training would be provided by staff for all duties.
Overview of Project:
Interested in helping sort books at our Marysville Service Center? Our branch libraries send tubs of books to the Service Center every day. These books are then sorted to go out the next morning to other branch libraries and into the hands of waiting library users.
Volunteers must be able to lift 30 pounds, read, be reliable, and not mind working in a warehouse environment.
Library staff will offer an orientation and training that will familiarize you with the task.
Mondays and/or Tuesdays from 2:30 – 4:30pm. Volunteers interested are asked to work a 2-hour shift once a week or more.