Volunteering is fun, rewarding and it changes lives.
We're looking for people of all ages and backgrounds to help us deliver fantastic projects in our libraries for the benefit of the community. We have opportunities ranging from helping with children's activities to sharing your IT skills by becoming a computer buddy.
The following volunteer roles are available in Enfield libraries:
- Adult's activity volunteer (PDF, 112.51 KB)
- Baby rhyme time, toddler time and under 5's volunteer (PDF, 114.34 KB)
- Children's activity volunteer (PDF, 112.53 KB)
- Community library volunteer (PDF, 116.43 KB)
- Computer buddy volunteer (PDF, 114.65 KB)
- ESOL conversation club volunteer (PDF, 113.42 KB)
- Library support volunteer (PDF, 115.54 KB)
- Meet and greet volunteer (PDF, 113.93 KB)
- Shelving squad volunteer (PDF, 112.09 KB)
- Summer reading challenge volunteer (PDF, 114.92 KB)
- Volunteer coordinator (PDF, 115 KB)
- Pantry support assistant volunteer (PDF, 82.64 KB)
- Community Hubs mental wellbeing champion volunteer (PDF, 103.08 KB)
- Community Hub volunteer (PDF, 196.09 KB)
Volunteers must be aged 14 or over. Volunteers under 18 will need to provide a signature from their parent or guardian before they take up their role.
You will need to provide the contact details of 2 referees who are over 18 and know you well, but are not members of your family. We will contact your referees if you're successful at interview.
Though the roles are unpaid, if you need to travel to a library you can claim travel costs.
If you need any assistance applying to be a volunteer, ask your local library for help.
Other volunteering opportunities in Enfield
You can find local volunteering opportunities by visiting Enfield Voluntary Action, where you can download the latest volunteering booklet, register for a free half-day workshop or find out more information.