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Children's Programming Volunteers, Brookline Public Library, Brookline, MA

Brookline Public Library Looking for Event Volunteers

WHAT: The Brookline Public Library is looking for volunteers to help with our seventh annual Family Fall Fest


WHEN: Tuesday, October 23th from 2-5pm.

DUTIES: Volunteer for two, or three hours to help set up tables, manage the crowd around our face painter, pass out delicious cider, supervise pumpkin painting and gourd bowling, and clean up.


CONTACT: Please contact Caroline Richardson, Children's Librarian, by email at


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Ambassador Volunteers, NELA/RILA Conference, Warwick, RI

2018 NELA/RILA Conference - Ambassador Volunteers Needed

**Early Bird Pricing Ends Friday, Sept. 14th!**

There is no better way to get involved in NELA and learn the ropes than to volunteer!  There are many ways to volunteer - taking photos of the programs, helping at the registration desk, and even working with the speakers at specific programs.

Volunteer jobs available:

  • Program Helper - assist program speakers in setting up and help with questions
  • Registration Table Helper - check in conference attendees & help with questions
  • Exhibitor Hall Helper - check in exhibitor attendees & help with questions
  • Conference Photographer - take photos of the conference for a shift or two


  • Work with really great librarians from all over New England
  • Learn about the fun dynamics & inner workings of a library conference
  • Give back to an organization that you love 

Fill out this form and volunteer for an hour or two or a whole day, if you'd like.  I'll get back to you by October 1 with more information and an assignment.  

Haven't registered for conference yet? What are you waiting for?! You can visit our conference website for more conference details and information and register directly by clicking HERE.

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