Make a Difference: Volunteer!

All ten of our branches as well as some of our support departments depend on volunteers to assist them. If you'd like to be a partner with CCPL and donate your time, please fill out this application and a Volunteer Liaison will contact you.

What We Need

Amelia Branch
Branch Adult Volunteer Supervisor:
Branch Teen Volunteer Supervisor: Cara Frank
Amelia Branch asks volunteers to make a commitment of at least two hours per week.

The Amelia Branch is currently fully staffed with volunteers. Please check back for future opportunities.


Batavia - Doris Wood Branch
Branch Volunteer Supervisor: Hilda Knepp


Bethel Branch
Branch Volunteer Supervisor: Patty Szuszkiewicz
Bethel Branch doesn't ask volunteers to make a minimum time commitment.

Volunteer Tasks:

  • Sort carts of items
  • Double scan materials
  • Shelve items
  • Shelve DVDs & magazines
  • Shelf read & straighten shelves (make sure items on the shelves are in the correct order)
  • Clean
  • Prepare crafts
  • Assist during book fairs
  • Seasonal jobs like assisting with gingerbread houses

Felicity Branch
Branch Volunteer Supervisor: Amy Vogel
Felicity Branch asks volunteers to make a one hour per week minimum commitment.

Volunteer Tasks:

  • Sort carts of items
  • Double scan materials
  • Shelve items
  • Shelve DVDs & magazines
  • Shelf read & straighten shelves (make sure items on the shelves are in the correct order)
  • Clean
  • Prepare crafts

Goshen Branch
Branch Volunteer Supervisor: Candee Shafer

Volunteer Tasks:

  • Sort carts of items
  • Double scan materials
  • Shelve items
  • Shelf read & straighten shelves (make sure items on the shelves are in the correct order)
  • Clean books
  • Dust & clean computer equipment
  • Prepare crafts
  • Assist with Book Fairs

Milford-Miami Twp. Branch
Branch Adult Volunteer Supervisor: Kelly Clark
Branch Teen Volunteer Supervisor: Kevin Isaacs
Branch Book Fair Volunteer Supervisor: Emily Wichman
Milford-Miami Twp. Branch asks volunteers to make a minimum commitment of three hours a week. Book fair volunteers meet the first Thursday of each month at 11:00am for a business meeting and all other Thursdays mornings to sort items for book fairs.

Volunteer Tasks:

  • Sort carts of items
  • Double scan materials
  • Shelve items
  • Shelve DVDs & magazines
  • Shelf read & straighten shelves (make sure items on the shelves are in the correct order)
  • Clean
  • Clean books
  • Assist during book fairs
  • Process discarded library items for book fairs
  • Sort donations for book fairs

New Richmond Branch
Branch Volunteer Supervisor: Amy Matheny
New Richmond Branch asks volunteers to make at least a one hour per week minimum commitment.

Volunteer Tasks:

  • Sort carts of items
  • Double scan materials
  • Shelve items
  • Shelve DVDs & magazines
  • Clean
  • Prepare crafts
  • Clean books
  • Assist during programs & story times

Owensville Branch
Branch Volunteer Supervisor: Chris Rich
Owensville Branch asks volunteers to make a minimum committment of two hours per week.

Volunteer Tasks:

  • Shelve items
  • Shelve DVDs & magazines

Union Twp. Branch
Branch Adult Volunteer Supervisor: Phyllis Goodman
Branch Teen Volunteer Supervisor: Laura Settle
Union Twp. Branch does not currently need any volunteers.


Williamsburg Branch
Branch Volunteer Supervisor: Shawn Fry
Williamsburg Branch doesn't ask volunteers to make a minimum time commitment.

Volunteer tasks:

  • Sort carts of items
  • Double scan materials
  • Shelve items
  • Shelve DVDs & magazines
  • Shelf read & straighten shelves (make sure items on the shelves are in the correct order)
  • Clean
  • Prepare crafts
  • Clean books
  • Assist during programs or story times
  • Assist during book fairs
  • Watering plants
  • Creating bulletin board displays

Multimedia Resources located at the Owensville Branch
Department Volunteer Supervisor: Tammy Craig
The Multimedia Resources Department asks volunteers to make a minimum commitment of ten hours per week.

Volunteer tasks:

  • Filing
  • Copying
  • Typing
  • Finding and clipping articles from newspapers
  • Sorting program items for distribution and shuttling
  • Inventorying items
  • Creating diecuts

Technical Services located at the Owensville Branch
Department Volunteer Supervisor: Joel Walters
The Technical Services Department doesn't ask volunteers to make a minimum time commitment.

Volunteer tasks:

  • Process and package A/V materials (applying labels, repackaging into new cases, etc.)
  • Process book materials (including stamping, applying mylar jackets, labeling, etc.)
  • Operate the disc repair machine
  • Cutting card stock and applying security strips

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