Kenton County Library Volunteer Program Mission
The Volunteer Program seeks to provide opportunities for volunteers to make meaningful contributions to the operations of the library, help to expand and enhance library services, strengthen ties to the community and build public awareness of the diverse services provided by Kenton County Public Libraries.

Why do people volunteer at the Kenton County Public Library?

  • They love KCPL and want to contribute their time & talents
  • They enjoy the satisfaction of helping others
  • They want to enhance their job skills or build their resume
  • They have benefited from the services KCPL offers and want to give back
  • They want to meet new people
  • They want to give back to their community

Volunteer Rights
Volunteers are a valuable resource to the Library and have the right to be treated with respect and fairness, to be given meaningful assignments, to be treated as co-workers and to be recognized for their work. In return, volunteers agree to perform their duties to the best of their abilities and to remain loyal to the mission, values, goals and policies of the Library.

How do I become a volunteer?
To become a volunteer you will need to complete the following steps:

  • Complete and submit the online volunteer application
  • Complete a brief in-person interview with the Volunteer Coordinator
  • Receive the Volunteer Handbook and complete required forms including background check
  • Request, be selected for, and then placed into a particular volunteer position(s)
  • Receive an orientation and job training relative to your assigned position(s)

Please complete the online volunteer application. (We no longer use paper applications)  Following completion of the volunteer application, we will contact you via email to set up a brief in person interview.

Apply Online:

volCovington Location Volunteer Application
volErlanger Location Volunteer Application
volWilliam E. Durr Location Volunteer Application

If you are under 18 years of age, please print and complete a copy of the parental consent form.

You may also want to learn about our Friends of the Library group.

 Covington

Covington Volunteer Coordinators

volunteersVolunteering with Adults or Adult Programs, Teen Volunteers, Local History/Genealogy
Natalie Ruppert
859-962-4060 ext. 4320
Natalie.Ruppert@kentonlibrary.org

volunteersVolunteering with Children/Children’s Programs
Janet Flerlage
962-4077
janet.flerlage@kentonlibrary.org

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 Erlanger

Erlanger Volunteer Coordinators:

volunteersVolunteering with Adults or Adult Programs
Michelle Mueller
962-4060 ext. 4102
michelle.mueller@kentonlibrary.org

volunteersVolunteering with Teens
Eden Rassette
962-4060 ext. 4111
eden.rassette@kentonlibrary.org

volunteersVolunteering with Children & Children’s Programming
Theresa Goedde
962-4060 ext. 4104
theresa.goedde@kentonlibrary.org

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Durr Volunteer Coordinators

volunteersVolunteering with Adults or Adult Programs
Karen Kothe
962-4038
Karen.Kothe@kentonlibrary.org

volunteersVolunteering with children and children’s programming
Susie Kunkel
962-4030 ext. 4308
Susie.Kunkel@kentonlibrary.org

Thank you for interest in volunteering at the Kenton County Public Library. If you have any further questions, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator, Sonya Brewer or 859-578-3605.

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