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We have on-going volunteer opportunities at the Midland Public Library. We encourage and welcome applications from adults and students, including students looking to fulfill their volunteer hour requirements. Specific volunteer positions will be posted here as they arise. If you would like to submit an application to volunteer for a specific role, or to be kept on file for future positions, please complete the form below. Volunteer applications will be kept for one year.

All volunteers require a criminal record check with a vulnerable sector screening.

Volunteer Positions Available

Teen Advisory Group (TAG):

TAG membership is open to young adults 14-18. Our TAG members help the library create an atmosphere to cultivate the love of reading and provide library-related services to teens in a fun and friendly environment. TAG members attend monthly meetings to plan activities and special projects that increase teen awareness of the library, inform teens of resources available to them in the library and actively involve teens in the planning and implementing of library programs for their age group. All TAG members are expected to make a special effort to attend meetings, programs and special events organized by TAG.


Teen Reviewer:

Teen Reviewer positions are open to young adults 14-18. Teen Reviewers earn two volunteer hours for each approved review of a book, movie, or video game. Reviews may be used by the library on our website, in-house (flyers/signs) or on special reader’s advisory flyers/bookmarks.

The Friends of the Library Group is looking for new volunteers to help out at the used bookstore, The Book Cellar, in the lower level of the Midland Public Library. Shifts are typically 2-3 hours, in either a morning or afternoon from Monday through Saturday. If you are interested and could work such a shift either weekly or bi-weekly, please let us know. We’d love to have you join the team!

Teen volunteers looking for high school volunteer hours are welcome to help out as well!

Help home-bound residents by finding books of interest in the library and delivering them to their home as needed

Are you interested in libraries? Do you want to make a difference in the future of our community? Do you have a passion to foster lifelong learning and creativity? the MPL Board recruits for new Board members every 4 years, coinciding with the terms of Municipal Council. Watch here for the next session of applications.

Are you interested in supporting the Library? Our fundraising committee is recruiting volunteers for our exciting special events!

    On a regular basisFor special events or short term projects




    Books on WheelsTeen ReviewerTeen Advisory GroupFundraising Events

    You may also be interested in volunteering with the Friends of the Library or at their used bookstore in the library – The Book Cellar. For more information, find their contact info here.

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