Volunteer at MCDL
Are you interested in sharing your time and talent to help our staff provide outstanding customer service? Would you like to meet new people and learn new skills while making a difference? Teens, do you have community volunteer requirements for school or another organization?
The library is often looking for dedicated volunteers who would like to supplement, enhance and support our staff while making a positive contribution to one of Medina County’s greatest assets.
Our volunteer program welcomes:
- Tweens and Teens, age 12 and up (or entering 6th Grade)
- Adults of all ages
If you think volunteering at the library may be right for you, please contact your local branch to see if they are accepting applications.
To apply, download the Volunteer Application. If you under the age of 17, you will need a parent or guardian to sign your application. Any adult volunteers who are 18 years or older will also need to fill out a Volunteer Release Form . These can be mailed or returned to any MCDL library currently accepting volunteers.
For additional information about our Volunteer Program please download our Volunteer Handbook.
Court Ordered Community Service and Required Community Service
Court ordered community service can be a regular, dependable source of volunteer assistance. Community service volunteers represent a pool of diverse talent and can become goodwill ambassadors while paying their debt to society. MCDL may accept various court ordered community service, however, certain court ordered offenses will NOT be permitted. All court ordered offenses will be discussed and reviewed on a case-by case basis by the Volunteer Coordinator, MCDL Branch Manager and/or Volunteer Liaison.
Contact information for the person assigning the community service must be provided. It is up to the discretion of MCDL to accept or deny any person of volunteer service.
Medina County District Library will accept persons with misdemeanors in the following categories:
- Driving under the influence of alcohol
- Under age drinking of alcohol
- Traffic violations such as driving with no insurance, speeding, parking tickets, not paying traffic fines
- Trespassing in lawful locations
- Curfew violations
- Any other misdemeanors or crimes deemed acceptable by Medina County District Library