Meet David Le, one of our truly great library volunteers. Quiet and hardworking, David arrives at West Slope Library every Saturday morning ready to sort book carts, shelve materials, tidy the shelves, and label DVD’s. When asked to help with special programs, like our annual kid’s craft fair, David has shown up ready to help, guiding kids through projects and cracking jokes.
When we break down his four years of service by the numbers, you get a true sense of the enormous impact he has made at the library:
Saturdays worked: 175
Service hours completed: 350
Library carts sorted and pushed: 525+
Items shelved: 76,000+
DVD’s labeled: 200+
And David continues to add to these impressive totals every week!
When asked what he has gained from this experience, David mentions good work habits for future job searches, references from library staff, and the fulfillment of knowing he is using his time for something good. He recommends that other young people try volunteering in their communities.
His plans for the future include graduating from high school with a 4.0 GPA, studying engineering or medicine in college, participating in Key Club, and continuing to volunteer at his local library!