Volunteer Opportunities

(Updated 7/27/17)
  • Charlotte Mecklenburg Library: Internet Basics for Kids
    • Date: August 3, 2017, Thursday
    • Time: 3:30-5:00pm
    • Location: Mountain Island Branch; 4420 Hoyt Galvin Way Charlotte, NC 28214
    • Contact: Kyla Alexander; kalexander@cmlibrary.org; 704-416-5600
  • Charlotte Mecklenburg Library: Computer Basics for Adults and Seniors
    • Date: August 7, 2017, Monday
    • Time: 9:00-11:00am
    • Location: Independence Regional Branch; 6000 Conference Drive Charlotte, NC 28212
    • Contact: Mary Lou Brown; mlbrown@cmlibrary.org; 704-416-4812
  • Charlotte Mecklenburg Library: Computer Basics
    • Date: August 16, 2017, Wednesday
    • Time: 2:00-4:00pm
    • Location: Main Library Branch; 2 310 North Tryon St.Charlotte, NC 28202
    • Contact: Cathy Fletcher; cfletcher@cmlibrary.org; 704-416-0100 / 704-416-0303
  • Charlotte Mecklenburg Library: Email Basics
    • Date: August 30, 2017, Wednesday
    • Time: 11:00am-12:00pm
    • Location: Steele Creek Branch; 13620 Steele Creek Road Charlotte, NC 28273
    • Contact: Angela Allen; aallen@cmlibrary.org; 704-416-6800
  • Charlotte Mecklenburg Library: CMStory.org: Drupal Volunteer
    • Date: Ongoing, Monday-Saturday (work at your own pace)
    • Time: Monday-Thursday: 9am – 8pm; Friday and Saturday: 9am – 5 pm
    • Location: Carolina Room, 3 rd floor of Main Library; 310 N. Tryon Street, Charlotte, NC 28202
    • Contact: Jane Johnson; 704-416-0152, jjohnson@cmlibrary.org
    • Info: The Main Branch of the Library is looking for a volunteer to help convert CMstory.org – a project of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library designed to bring the area’s local history and more to you through the World Wide Web. A criminal background check will be done at no cost to the volunteer, which is standard procedure for all Charlotte Mecklenburg Library volunteers. You would not be working with the public, using your own equipment, or writing any content. This volunteer(s) will need to have:
      • Great PC computer skills
      • Working knowledge of Drupal (or was willing to learn)
      • The conversion of the project is from www.cmstory.org.  Each exhibit needs to be redone in a Drupal format.  Proofreading of those exhibits already finished is also needed.

For ongoing volunteer opportunities at your local Charlotte Mecklenburg Library branch, you can search their calendar for events, training, and classes using the “Computer Skills/Technology” and “Digital Inclusion” tags. Additionally, you can use this link: http://bit.ly/2q3X4XP to view these results directly.

If you are interested in volunteering in any of these opportunities, please contact Andrew Au at aua@queens.edu.