|If youve got time and talent, well
give you the tools to make a difference @ your library! The Stanislaus County Library has
volunteer opportunities for people with a variety of skills.
- Read/Succeed Volunteers with a desire to help other adults
improve their reading, spelling and math skills are needed for the Read/Succeed adult
literacy program. There are always more students than tutors available your help is
needed and will make a big difference in someones life! For more information, call
- Bridges to Technology If you have strong computer and Internet
skills and like to work with people, Bridges to Technology might be for you. The library
has curriculum developed for Basic Computer Skills, Introduction to the Internet and
Intermediate Internet, Microsoft Word, Print Shop and Genealogy on the Web. Please contact
Amy Taylor or Stacey Chen at 558-7814 for more information about becoming a volunteer
- Home Delivery Services For those who cant come to the
library because of advanced age or illness, Home Delivery Services provides an invaluable
service. Volunteers are needed to help select and deliver books/books-on-tape. Just a
little volunteer time can open the door to the world through books for local residents.
For more information on how you can help, please call 558-7817.
- Circulation Volunteers help clean and maintain books. For more
information, call 558-7808.
- Friends Friends of the Library groups provide various types of
support to their respective libraries. For more information on how you can get involved as
a Friend of the Library, contact your local branch.
Volunteers are needed at all Stanislaus County Library locations.
Training and materials are provided. Please contact us if you can help @ your library!
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|In 2000 - 2001
library cards were issued
7,069 new library cards were issued to children (0-11 years)
2,308 new library cards were issued to teens (12-18 years)
9,833 new library cards were issues to adults
956 new library cards were issued to seniors
Open 575 hours per week at 13 locations throughout Stanislaus County
188,344 reference questions answered in person, by phone, fax or email