Volunteer in libraries
If you have some spare time and want to help in our libraries or community centres, we can offer a variety of volunteering opportunities. Whatever your reason for getting involved, you can be confident that you'll enjoy some great benefits. Volunteering with us means you'll learn new skills which is great for your CV. You'll work with experts, make new friends and have a positive impact on the local community. So, if you can spare an hour per week or more, we'd love to hear from you.
If you want to know more about volunteering with us, have a look at the role descriptions below and see what kind of things volunteers do in our libraries.
- Home library service volunteer
- English conversation group facilitator
- Digital club volunteer
- Toddler time volunteer
- Homework help volunteer
- Listening to children read volunteer
These role descriptions are for your information and we cannot guarantee to have any opportunity available at a specific time and location. When you express an interest in volunteering with us we will add your details to our volunteer database and you will receive email updates when specific opportunities become available.
Unfortunately we cannot take volunteers under 16 years old. If you are under 16 and wish to gain experience in one of our libraries please enquire about this at school.
Other volunteering opportunities with us
We often have volunteering opportunities in Leicester. Typical areas of work include parks and open spaces, museums, festivals and events and youth services. The easiest way to find opportunities is to search for 'volunteering' in the search box at the top of this page or visit our the main volunteering page:
External volunteering opportunities
Leicestershire Cares provide volunteering opportunities with companies looking to get involved with communities in Leicestershire and Rutland. To see their volunteering opportunities visit the Leicestershire Cares website.