Call for Volunteers

Volunteering with us means developing new skills, sharing your love of libraries with others, and making new friends. We constantly review applications and match applicants with a suitable volunteer role. Experience, including volunteer experience, is considered when reviewing employment applications. Please note that adult volunteers must supply a criminal record check and all volunteers go through the interview process.

Volunteer Application

Volunteer Hours

Join our Youth Committee

Are you in grades 9-12? Why not come join our Youth Committee! This committee is designed for you to share ideas, propose initiatives, and co-create a library experience that truly resonates with the youth in Lac La Biche County. This awesome opportunity can expand your resume, gain leadership experience, and help make the library what you want it to be. Send in your cover letter and resume via email to directorsmpl@gmail.com and fill in the online volunteer application.

Serve as a Youth Ambassador

For the Youth Ambassador Board position you must be between the ages of 14-16.  We want to bring a youthful perspective to our deliberations and plans plus find ways to reach other youth, encouraging their involvement in Library programs and services. If you would like to gain experience as a Board Member with a dynamic, community focused organization – we want to hear from you!  We can offer a learning opportunity serving as an active Board Member and the chance to help us reach other youth in a meaningful way. Send in your cover letter and resume via email to directorsmpl@gmail.com and fill in the online volunteer application.

Your Library Board Needs You!

Lac La Biche County Library Board is responsible for the management of our two sites located at the Bold Center (The Stuart MacPherson Public Library) and at École Plamondon (The Plamondon Municipal Library) plus pop up library locations. We serve the entire Lac La Biche County, including our surrounding indigenous communities.

Ten committed board members volunteer their time and talent to ensure that we fulfill our responsibilities under the Libraries Act in support of library staff providing quality services to the community.  We meet up to six evenings yearly at the Bold Center location for about 3 hours. Using our community-based Plan of Service we measure progress and make decisions regarding use of physical, fiscal, and human resources to meet library member needs.

The recruitment process and appointments are handled directly by Lac La Biche County. Contact Legislative Services for more information -https://www.laclabichecounty.com/p/legislative-services.