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Wimberley Village Library Volunteer Program

Volunteers are an important part of Wimberley Village Library. Without the help of volunteers, it wouldn’t be possible for the library to maintain its high level of service. Here are a few of the tasks volunteers help with:

  • Shelving collection items
  • Assisting patrons and checking items in and out at the Circulation Desk
  • Processing collection items to get them shelf-ready
  • Helping patrons with computer issues
  • Cataloging
  • Creating displays

If you would like to help your library, please fill out the Volunteer Application online or download the Paper Form and return it to the library.

Teen Volunteer Program

The Wimberley Village Library has an excellent Teen volunteer program. To be eligible for this program youth must be 13 years old and up. All volunteers are required to fill out an application and acquire two teacher references. The general duties of teen volunteers are: assist with shelving, displays, straightening and assembling craft packages. Teen volunteers work in 2 to 3 hour shifts.

This is a great opportunity to get some work experience, serve your community and learn about the library.

Please contact Emily McDonald at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 847-2188 ext. 2 with any questions. Contact Emily to obtain an application and schedule an interview. Parent or guardian must attend this short meeting. We will be glad to hear from you!

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