Volunteer at NOLS
Volunteering is a great way to get more involved in the library and to support your community. From searching for items on hold lists to delivering library materials to individuals who are homebound, volunteers provide an important community service!
Opportunities vary from branch to branch, but there are ways to serve your library in all four NOLS branch communities, including volunteering at the library or with your local Friends of the Library organization.
Click here to check out the current volunteer newsletter.
For more information, contact the Volunteer Coordinator at or 360-417-8500, ext. 7730.
How to Become a Library Volunteer
- Complete a volunteer application. Click here to download the application, or pick one up at any NOLS branch library. Return your application to the library, by email to or by mail to: Volunteer Coordinator, North Olympic Library System, 2210 S. Peabody, Port Angeles, WA 98362.
- NOLS asks for a 6 month commitment, at least 2 hours a week for most positions.
- After receiving your application, the Volunteer Coordinator will contact you to set up an interview. If there is a good fit with an open volunteer position, the coordinator will run your background check and make arrangements with the branch manager or department supervisor.
- Before volunteering, you will receive an orientation, get a behind-the-scenes tour and be introduced to staff members. You’ll also receive specific training for your new volunteer job.
- Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the library!
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Branch Assistant (Sequim)
Circulation Assistant (Port Angeles)
Digitization Volunteer (Port Angeles)
Interlibrary Loan Shipment Volunteer (Port Angeles)
Local Information Database Volunteer (Port Angeles)