The Pleasanton Reads Project depends on volunteer tutors aged 18 and above to provide free one-on-one and/or small-group instruction in both basic literacy and English-as-a-second-language (ESL) to residents over the age of 18 who struggle with reading and writing. Volunteer tutors are trained by Library staff before being paired with a student. Students and tutors usually meet once weekly for 1-2 hours at a mutually convenient time and place. Volunteers may also choose to lead a weekly small group meeting for English Conversation Practice or a Book Club. All necessary instructional materials are provided free of charge.
For more information or to volunteer for the Pleasanton Reads Project click here or contact
Pleasanton Library Adult Literacy Office
The Booklegger Program is a volunteer opportunity for adults who would like to share their love of reading with children. Bookleggers take library books into the Pleasanton K-8 public school classrooms. Bookleggers read picture books,
For more information contact:
925-931-3400 ext. 4426
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The Friends of the Pleasanton Library is a volunteer organization whose purpose is to support the Library and to supplement Library services and materials.
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The Friends have a year round magazine and paperback book sale in the Library and have two major book sales a year. The Friends are always looking for volunteers to sort, set-up, and run the book sales and to sort and restock magazines and paperbacks year round.
Shelving or mending books, processing magazine, genealogy docents, and lots of other options. We may have short or long-term jobs for adult volunteers. Just contact Nancy Bering 925-462-4368 and share your availability and interests.
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