Volunteer @ MRL!
There are many good reasons for sharing your time and talents
at Morrisson-Reeves Library!
to the community
new tasks, develop new skills
with the latest books
and be appreciated for it
in pleasant surroundings
and talents not being utilized
list goes on and on …
Library volunteers come from a wide range of backgrounds and their
contribution to the Library and the community is immeasurable.
us! As a Morrisson-Reeves Library Volunteer you will
have the satisfaction of knowing you are providing a much-needed,
much-valued service to the Library and the community. Through your
participation, your life and the lives of those around you will be
is a Volunteer?
A volunteer is a person who
provides his or her time or service to Morrisson-Reeves Library without
any present or future expectation of wages, benefits, compensation or
payment of any kind.
Volunteers do not replace paid staff, but enhance and extend services
provided by the Library, and are not considered as employees of the
Volunteers are under no obligation to provide time, duties or resources
other than what he or she chooses to freely provide.
When you volunteer
at the library you:
- Provide valuable assistance
- Learn more about your
- Gain meaningful experience
- Meet new people
- Make a difference in your
- Must be dependable and
- Must take direction and
- Must communicate effectively
and work well with others.
- Must give attention to
- Must be able to tolerate
repetitive motions, bending, reaching, stooping, sitting, and standing
for long periods when necessary.
- Must be 14 years of age
or older. Age requirements may vary for particular assignments based
on age-appropriateness or skills required for the position.
- Must have successfully
completed the volunteer application process including, but not limited
to, completion of a volunteer application, successful criminal history
Services at MRL
Laura Kehlenbrink, SPHR
765-966-8291 ext. 130
80 North 6th Street
Richmond, IN 47374