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- 1. Volunteer Orientation
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever does (Margaret Mead)
- 2. Expanding Minds, Empowering Individuals, Enriching Community
- 4. A little help?!
- 5. Your mission should you choose to accept it:
- Bring community input
- 6. Advocate
- 7. Commit 6 months
- 8. Volunteer Rights
Treated as co-equal
To receive recognition
- 9. Volunteer Perks
Its FUN! - Rewarding nature of serving community
Acquire new skills and gain recognized work experience.
Expand your social horizons.
Keep up with the latest books.
Contribute to the success of the largest, busiest, premier library in North Carolina.
(and be appreciated for it.)
- 10. Volunteer Handbook
Every volunteer has an assigned schedule
Call us if you are going to be late or absent
Notify Volunteer Point Person (VPP) if you are going on vacation or taking time off
Serve with same high standard of professionalism as staff
Patron Privacy Guidelines/Confidentiality
- 11. Nuts & Bolts of Dewey
Collections / formats
E, ER, J, YA, AAF, M, R, W, Bio, Reference
Mc vs. Mac
100s, 200s, 300s, 741.5, etc.
- 12. Customer Service on the Floor
Subject related Reference Questions
- 13. Volunteer Program Contacts
Chauna Wall 704.416.0711
Michael Lambert 704.416.0707
- 14. Thank you!
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