What happens after I apply for a job?
Once you submit your application, you will receive an online acknowledgement that the application has been received. Your application will be reviewed to determine eligibility and potential for interview. If you are selected for an interview you will be...
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Current Open Positions
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Librarian (Sugar Creek)-Please apply by...
The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's brand features a vibrant and exciting look that celebrates the world of possibilities every member of our community discovers when they use the public library. It’s a look we hope inspires each of us to think “I can” when we think of our Library.
Our brand was...
It’s no secret children love the Library. From their first Storytime experience to attending puppet shows, participating in science demonstrations or meeting their favorite book illustrator, these are highlights they’re eager to share with friends and family. Perhaps what most excites children...
The Library received a "game ball" from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Dec. 7 during its annual “State of Our Schools” event.
Superintendent Ann Clark thanked the Library for being part of an incredible collaboration. Said Clark, "We are so fortunate to have the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library as...
Get Ready with Words educators appeared on WCCB's Wilson's World in late October to raise awareness about building vocabulary in the very young.
The first 2000 days are critical learning days for children 18 months to 5 years old. Children who don't get an early grasp of vocabulary lag far behind...
National Volunteer Week (NVW) takes place April 10-16. The library is pleased to recognize the 1600 volunteers who have served us this past year with their energy, skills and talents. We've created this special recognition video to thank them.
Volunteers have given us 61,806 hours valued at over $...
At the age of 60, Leslie Hooton's wish to be a published author came true. She is publishing her first novel, Before Anyone Else, with Turner Publishing. It was an accomplishment she dreamt of all her life. A childhood visit to the library with her mother was the start of her dream. In fact, the...