Special Events Volunteers

Serve on a more flexible schedule.

Special Events Volunteers
Special Events Volunteers
Special Events Volunteers

Special events at the Billy Graham Library include everything from formal banquets to children’s events and large outdoor events such as Bikers with Boxes. If you are interested in serving on a more flexible schedule, become a Billy Graham Library special events volunteer! Special events volunteers have the opportunity to interact with guests, offer directions, conduct registration serve food, distribute gifts, and much more.

Special Event Attendant: Assist in areas such as greeting, registration, directions, food and giveaway stations, etc. You must commit to serve for at least 3 events or at least 15 hours a year and agree to at least a year commitment. Please note that most events are held on evenings and weekends.

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Special Events Volunteer FAQ
  • What are the benefits of becoming a Library Volunteer?

    • Be a part of lives changing every day through the power of the Holy Spirit.
    • Join a community of people who love to serve others and support one another.
    • Be inspired to share your faith with others.
    • Meet people from around the world.
    • Attend prayer and devotional meetings.
    • Gain important community service hours.
    • Grow and strengthen your faith.
    • Enjoy discounts in the Graham Brothers’ Dairy Bar and Ruth’s Attic bookstore.
  • What do special events volunteers at the Library do?

    • Assist the Program Team in areas such as greeting, registration, directions, and food and beverage stations.
  • What are the different shifts (times) available to serve?

    Times fluctuate depending on special event scheduling.

  • What are the requirements?

    • You must have a Christian testimony.
    • You must be 16 years of age or older.
    • You must reside in Charlotte, NC, or the surrounding area.
    • You must visit the Library and go on the Journey of Faith tour.
    • You must complete an interview and background check.
    • You must provide a pastoral and two general references.
    • You must sign the Volunteer Agreement.
    • You must agree with BGEA’s Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.
    • You must attend training.
    • You must be able to provide your own transportation to and from the Library.
    • You must be able to stand for four hours (with breaks).
    • You must meet Program Team requirements.
  • What is the process to become a volunteer?

    • The selection process begins with various reference checks, a criminal background check, and a one-hour interview.
    • Once accepted, volunteers attend training.
  • How do I start the process?

    Begin by completing the volunteer application form. Please read our Statement of Faith and Volunteer Requirements before you apply.

  • What happens after I complete the application?

    • We will contact you to schedule an interview.
    • If we determine you are a good fit for our volunteer ministry, we will send you an invitation to our next on-site training here at the Library.
  • What will I wear?

    Apparel requirements will differ depending on the event.