Current Volunteer Openings

Are you part of a group that would like to give back to the community? Broomfield Library is looking for enthusiastic community groups to help clean children's toys on the 4th Saturday of each month from 2-4pm. Groups can volunteer for one month or many. Get in touch to find out more!
Afternoon Reading Fun (ARF!) Volunteer: The Children’s Library is looking for warm and caring volunteers with trained therapy dogs who love children and work well with other animals for our Afternoon Reading Fun! (ARF!), our read to a dog program for school age children. ARF! takes place weekly for children in K-5th grade. ARF! is an ongoing program which relies on committed volunteers to come in each month for scheduled dates. If you are interested in interviewing for a volunteer position, please contact Kirsten at
Bilingual Story Time Volunteer: Are you bilingual? We are looking for bilingual volunteers to read a book in the language of their culture for our monthly bilingual story times at 6 Garden Center. Story times take place on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Volunteers should be able to present a 30 minute story time for children of all ages and their families.
Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum Board Member: The Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum is seeking a volunteer with marketing experience to join their board. Board meetings are held once each month, on the second Tuesday at 6:30 pm. Board member duties include: attending the meetings, working on a committee (e.g. marketing committee), and making decisions based on committee reports. Anyone interested in joining the board should reach out to the Board President, Lew Moir at 
English Conversation Group Facilitator: Broomfield Library is looking for a compassionate and engaged volunteer to help with our English Conversation Group on Wednesdays from 9:30-11:00 a.m. Our English Conversation Group offers a safe and comfortable environment for patrons to practice their English conversation and grammar. Get in touch to learn more!
Home Service Volunteer: Broomfield Library is looking for volunteers to help with the Home Service program. Volunteers will select and deliver materials to Broomfield residents who are physically unable to come to the library. Contact Katherine at 720.887.2333 or to find out more.
Open Hours Volunteer: Broomfield's makerspace, inventHQ, is looking for Open Hours Volunteers. Open Hours Volunteers will assist with Open Hours including greeting patrons, giving tours, and assisting staff. Volunteers should enjoy working with the public of all ages. Click here to find out more!
Repair Cafe Volunteer: Broomfield's makerspace, inventHQ, is looking for volunteers to help with their Repair Cafe. Volunteers should be knowledgeable and experienced with a variety of hand tools and crafting tools. Volunteers must enjoy working with the public and have the ability to work with all ages. Click here to find out more!
Tech Class Helper: Do you love helping people and working with technology? We are looking for a volunteer to help out with our Library Tech Classes this spring. This tech-savvy volunteer will assist the instructor and help patrons while the instructor presents. This volunteer must be patient, responsible, and loves to work with adults in a classroom setting. Get in touch for the schedule and to learn more!
Teen Advisory Board Volunteers: We are looking for new Teen Advisory Board (TAB) members! To find out more and to apply, click here!

Library & Cultural Affairs Volunteer Program

Interested in volunteering at the Library or Cultural Affairs? We are looking for committed and enthusiastic teens (14+) and adults who want to make a difference in their community. Volunteers will assist staff with basic clerical duties and/or participate in community programs. Opportunities can include:

  • Shelve and straighten materials
  • Assist with preparing marketing materials - stuffing brochures, cutting flyers, etc.
  • Assist in counting, sorting, arranging, and re-stocking IRS forms in the front lobby during tax season
  • Assist with very basic clerical tasks such as cutting out bookmarks, photocopying, and filing
  • Assist with various Children's programs (Summer Reading Program open to teens 12+)
  • Book group facilitator
  • English conversation group facilitator
  • Computer tutor
  • Teen Advisory Board member
  • Program helper
  • Greet patrons visiting exhibits in the Auditorium
  • Museum Docent
  • Home Service volunteer
Please also consider joining the Broomfield Library Friends Foundation.

How to get involved

Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator, Katherine Skeels at 720.887.2333 or

Court-Ordered Community Service

Please call the Community Service Recording at 720.887.2367 or email 

Qualifications for court-ordered community service:
  • Broomfield residents
  • English language fluency
  • Offenses which are non-threatening, non-violent, not drug-related, not theft-related, and not sex-related
  • Please provide all the requested information
  • Weekend hours are not available.
Carrie, Ruth, and Margaret have a combined 93 years of volunteering at the library. They have been volunteering together each Wednesday for the past three decades. Come volunteer at the library and meet lifelong friends.