Mark your calendars for the 2013 Volunteer Recognition Dinner
Friday, October 25 - 6 pm @ Prince of Peace Parish Hall, Olathe
Invitations will be arriving in the mail soon!
Olathe Public Library volunteers are a vital part of the library. In 2012, 383 volunteers worked a remarkable 10,540 hours, surpassing the previous year's record of 10,187 hours!
Volunteer applications are available at the circulation desk or at the links listed below. Volunteers must be 13 years of age or going into the eighth grade. Several volunteers are involved in family volunteer projects — children involved in this type of project may be younger than 13 years of age if working with an adult.
Court-appointed volunteer hours are not applicable to this agency.
National Honor Society Volunteers
Many National Honor Society students choose to complete their required volunteer hours at the library. Volunteer opportunities exist at the Olathe Public Library, 201 E. Park, and the Indian Creek Branch, 12990 S. Black Bob Road. The library requires each volunteer to work a minimum of 15 hours. However, if you completed 15 hours last school year and received an acceptable evaluation, you may make special arrangements to work less hours. If you are interested in this type of commitment, or are a "veteran" library volunteer, please complete the NHS Volunteer Application.
Interested volunteers can submit an online application at the links below, or for further information, contact Rita Patterson at (913) 971-6879 at the Olathe Public Library or Polly Budridge at (913) 971-5246 at Indian Creek Branch Library.