volunteers working on a projectVolunteer at the Library

Share your valuable skills and knowledge as a part of our team. Volunteers assist us in all areas of the library, including processing library books, tech tutors, assisting in programs and classes, or delivering materials/items to the homebound. 



Volunteer in the Community

  • College of DuPage's People Educating People (PEP) Volunteers - PEP volunteers primarily assist instructors as classroom tutors. PEP tutors work with adult students one-on-one or in groups of two to five students in the following classes: reading, writing, and basic math for persons without a high school diploma and beginning ESL. 
  • DuPage Community Resource Information System (CRIS) - Connects people with needs to the appropriate organizations in DuPage County, many of which are in need of volunteers.
  • DuPage Habitat for Humanity - The ReStore has volunteer positions for cashiers, stock help, customer service, and drivers.
  • Forest Preserve District DuPage - Seeking volunteers for everything from gardening to office support and bike patrol.
  • Giving DuPage - Connecting volunteers and donors with ways to give back.
  • Literacy DuPage - Trains volunteer tutors to help adult learners achieve sufficient skills in English literacy so they may achieve personal goals and function independently.
  • Morton College's Project CARE - Volunteer tutors help adult students who seek assistance with reading and writing, and/or learning English as a second language.
  • People's Resource Center Volunteering - Offers assistance with computers, English as a second language, food, clothing, and mortgage or rent.
  • School on Wheels - Provides free one-on-one literacy education for low-income immigrant and minority adults.
  • SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) - Volunteer to become a small business counselor to budding entrepreneurs.
  • Senior Corps in Illinois - More than 18,000 seniors in Illinois serve as foster grandparents, senior companions, safety patrols, mentors, tutors, and volunteers.
  • SeniorNet - Seniors helping seniors. SeniorNet seeks to provide older adults education for and access to computer technologies to enhance their lives and enable them to share their knowledge and wisdom.
  • TEACH -  Tutoring English to Advance Change -  Free one-on-one English instruction.
  • Volunteer Match - Use your zip code to find volunteer opportunities near you.
  • West Suburban Humane Society - Volunteers help with adoptions, animal transporting, building maintenance, fundraising, humane education programs, temporary care, and projects.