Volunteers advance the mission of the Library of Congress by welcoming visitors, sharing knowledge and enthusiasm for the Library's history, work and collections, and accommodating visitors' needs.
Orientation/Information desk volunteers -- greet visitors at four locations in the Jefferson Building and one in the Madison Building. They provide general information to the public about how to get the most out of a visit to the Library's Capitol Hill campus.
Docents -- responsible for leading groups of visitors on tours of the Jefferson Building and exhibitions. New docents receive 16 weeks of intensive training that begins just after Labor Day.
Contact: Susan Mordan-White, Volunteer Program Specialist / 202.707.9203 / email@example.com