Being a volunteer means:
- to believe in the cause that you have chosen;
- to donate for free your labor in return for the knowledge and experience;
- to spend time in activities that are enjoyable, useful and often amusing;
- to have the opportunity for new acquaintances with people and places;
- to develop and acquire new skills.
Our volunteers are: teachers, students and secondary schools, experts from RHI, Ministry of interior Affairs, Centre for European initiatives, members of community organizations, seniors and others. We thank them!
Examples of volunteer activities:
- Participation in the preparation and organization of cultural events – meetings, presentations, festivals, competitions, campaigns;
- Preparation of materials for the library websites of Rodina Library and the Children's Department – information about authors and books, celebrities and historical events, text editing, translation from/into English;
- Photo or video capture and recording of events;
- Work in the library – scanning and processing of texts and images, book binding, typing texts, etc.;
- Working with children – a guide to creative workshops (art, creative writing, debate);
- Management and delivery of training in basic computer literacy for children and adults in computer graphics, etc.;
- Collection of information in the network;
- Preparation of presentations on a given topic;
- Technical assistance;
Being a volunteer is a matter of personal choice.