Anne Arundel County Public Library (AACPL)

Anne Arundel County Public Library (AACPL) has a vibrant team of 500+ volunteers assisting in our 15 libraries located throughout the County. Library staff are often looking for volunteers to assist staff with a variety of library activities such as unpacking and checking in books, searching the collection for requested items, book repair, filing and computer orientation. These positions usually require the ability to bend, lift boxes and books, use a hand held scanning device, and to stand for periods of time. Volunteers are recruited, interviewed and trained at the local library level. Every library has one or more Volunteer Supervisors.  You must be at least 14 years old to apply and are expected to volunteer 2-3 hours per week, usually in the print conductor - how to print an email from outlook. Due to the nature of the jobs and the training involved, libraries prefer a commitment of at least 6 months for most volunteer jobs. For more information see: or call 410-222-7371.

Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) Senior-Senior Program

AACPS recognizes the benefits of intergenerational partnership in learning. In fact, for the 2015-2016 school year AACPS is establishing a Senior-Senior Corps that will allow senior citizens and senior high school students (upperclassmen) to serve as skill developers and mentors to elementary students within the school setting. Senior-Senior will begin as a pilot initiative hosted at North Glen Elementary – an AACPS Triple E School in Glen Burnie, MD. Student volunteers will be selected from North County High School while Senior volunteers will be invited to partner from community centers, foster grandparent programs, and the surrounding areas of the school. During the pilot year, seniors and senior students will be invited to assist in classes and mentor students with the following focus areas: K-1st Grade: Developmental Centers and Structured Play (including recess); and 2nd Grade: Guided Literacy. For the purposes of the pilot, seniors and students will be asked to commit up to 20 hours per week in order to maintain a consistent presence with the students of North Glen. Of course, scheduling conflicts and varying availabilities can be addressed as they arise. For more information and to volunteer, contact: Jasmine A. Coleman, at 410.266.3426 or .

Anne Arundel County Board of Elections

The mission of the Board of Elections is to provide all eligible citizens of Anne Arundel County convenient access to voter registration; to provide all registered voters accessible locations where they may exercise their right to vote; to ensure uniformity of election practices; to promote fair and equitable elections, and to maintain registration records, and other election-related data, accurately and in a form that is accessible to the public.

Volunteer to serve as an election judge for the 2016 Presidential Election. 

Volunteers are needed to serve for the General Election, November 8, 2016.  All election judges are required to take a three hour training class.  Volunteers must be a registered Maryland voter, and at least 17 years old.  Additional requirements are as follows:

1.)    Must be computer literate, reliable and courteous, neatly dressed, possess good judgement and be able to follow procedures exactly.
2.)    Must be able to speak, read and write the English language.
3.)    Must be able to work approximately a 15 hour day
4.)    Attend a 3 hour training class.
5.)    While serving as an election judge, a judge may not be a candidate, campaign manager or treasurer for candidate or political committee.
6.)    While on duty an election judge may not engage in any partisan or political activity.

Positions include Check-In, Provisional, and Voting judge.  Descriptions of each position and applications can be found on our website at For more information call, (410) 222-6601 press 2.

Anne Arundel Public Schools (AACPS) AVID Program

Volunteer an hour or more each week in a local high school to work with students in the AVID program. College students are needed to facilitate small groups of students as they work collaboratively together to study and review class work and test material for a better understanding and increased performance in their classes. Times vary depending on each school's schedule of AVID classes but typically run anywhere from 7:30-2:00 Monday through Thursday. Contact Jennifer Ballard at (410) 761-8950 or Dot Arida at (410) 222-5458 for more information and to schedule a visit to see the AVID students in action.

Opportunity Builders Inc.

This nonprofit provides vocational training and employment services to adults with developmental disabilities. Volunteer Instructor Aides, minimum age 18, assist clients with staying on-task to meet production quotas and help them to learn appropriate work skills and techniques. Volunteers who can commit to coming to the Millersville facility, once a week for at least 3 months are preferred. Volunteers, individuals and groups, also conduct job interviews, teach computer classes, assist with special events, painting and maintenance projects, serve on an OBI committee, and more. Contact Katie Sale at or 410-787-0700. Website:

Arts on Stage

The mission of Arts On Stage is to artistically, culturally, and educationally enrich the minds of children through live, professional theatre productions.

We are looking for community-minded ushers for our current theatre season.  Individuals 18 years of age or older who have daytime availability and are comfortable working with the public are needed.  This is a great opportunity for college students interested in theatre, marketing, or education.  We host shows at Maryland Hall in Annapolis and Goucher College in Towson.  Our typical productions are two back-to-back performances from 9am to 1pm, but you can volunteer just for one 2-hour show.  Training is provided.  And, you get to enjoy a really great performance!  If interested or for more information, please contact Debbie -- .