Volunteers - We Need You!
Dorothy and Helen scanning naturalization records.
We are looking for people interested in helping with these important positions:
Please consider volunteering one day a month for a 3-hour morning or afternoon shift. Training will be be offered. This is a unique opportunity to become acquainted with our new library! Contact Connie Burns at email@example.com or at 967-6166.
Maintain a list of interested members and their skills. Keep track of open volunteer positions. Help provide volunteers for special events. Volunteer here.
If you would like to help us create databases for our Webpage — which will help other genealogists for many years to come — consider being a SBCGS Project Volunteer. Although experience isn’t necessary, you should know how to use a spreadsheet program (or be willing to learn) and be willing to visit public record offices occasionally. Most data entry projects can be done at home on your own computer. Contact Michel Nellis for more information and how you can help. Visit this page to learn more about projects with which you might want to help.
The Public Relations chair is looking for people interested in writing, editing, developing materials, and working with a committee to publicize our many social and educational events, and more. Volunteer here.
Education: K - 6:
Interested with working with elementary school teachers or children? We have a collection of over 50 K-6 educational books available on a loan basis and we need someone to help put the books to good use and disseminate information to teachers county-wide. Contact Diane Sylvester for more information.
Boy Scout Genealogy Merit Badge Workshop:
Help us offer a free workshop to help Boy Scouts earn a genealogy merit badge. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
if you are interested.