Library volunteers support, supplement, and enrich the Library’s efforts to serve the community. The minimum age for volunteering at the Library is 14 years. We ask for a minimum commitment of 2 hours a week for 6 months. Please fill out a San Bruno Library volunteer application to be considered and return the completed form to the Library in person or by mail at 701 Angus Ave W, San Bruno or by email at sbpl@plsinfo.org.

Library Volunteer Application

Become a Volunteer for the Homework Center!

Job Description:
Under the direction of the Homework Center Supervisor, Homework Center Volunteers assist children in the San Bruno Library Homework Center with homework, and special projects such as 3D printing and Wednesday afternoon STEAM activities. It is a wonderful opportunity to connect children with Library resources and provide a welcoming environment where students can complete homework and achieve academic success.

*Patience and kindness.
*Interest in helping kids with their homework and seeing improvement over time.
*Open to Teens and Adults (at least 14 years old, 9th grade and up).
*Negative TB test result.
*For those 18 and over, LiveScan background check arranged through the Library with San Bruno Police Department is required.
*Availability for 2 hours/week, Monday through Thursday, during Homework Center open hours (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 2:30 PM - 6 PM; Wednesday 1:30 PM - 6 PM).
*Able to complete Homework Center Volunteer training.
*Able to commit for at least one semester.

In addition to volunteer opportunities within the Library, the Friends of the San Bruno Public Library is seeking people who can dedicate a few hours per week on an ongoing long term basis. Contact the Friends at SanBrunoFriends@aol.com to see how you can help. Current opportunities with the Friends include delivering children's books to the Little Library sites, publicity and scanning books.