STEELE CREEK NEWS
Opportunities at Steele Creek Library
Steele Creek Library has a great staff, but they get
stretched from time to time. The library's outstanding volunteers
supplement the work that they do and help the library provide great
services to the Steele Creek community.
Their current needs
are for computer lab volunteers and shelvers.
volunteers help patrons with basic tasks on the public computers,
such as logging in and printing, as well as other, more specific
activities, such as using Microsoft Word or navigating web sites.
knowledge of specific, commonly used software or web sites also can
assist in teaching a variety of computer skills classes.
Volunteer Shelver Debbie
also needs shelvers to work weekday and Saturday afternoons. Tasks
include shelving books and other materials, pulling holds, and
assisting with maintaining displays.
Volunteer hours are
flexible, and on the job training is provided.
residents have a variety of skills and expertise. The library is a
great place to use these skills to help the community.
can acquire new skills and gain recognized work experience, expand
their social horizons, help their library build a computer literate
and educated community, and contribute to the success of YOUR public
Although the current
need is for computer lab volunteers and shelvers, you may have other
skills and talents that could benefit the library or could have
ideas for programs to expand the library's services. Staff would be
interested in talking to you about possibilities.
For more information
and to begin your adventure, visit the
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Volunteer web page, contact
the volunteer coordinator at the library at
704-416-6800, or visit the library during normal hours.
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