Book Club Coordinators
English Language Teachers
Women’s Literacy Teachers
Volunteers can come for a minimum of 5 weeks for work at a library, and a minimum of 3 months for work in the office.
We do not provie meals or accomodations, but we can assist volunteers in finding reasonably priced accommodation in Sucre and in the rural communities where our libraries are located.
Not only have we opened and equipped twelve libraries in Morado K’asa, Presto, Patacon, Yamparaéz, Tarabuco, Villa Serrano, Sopachuy, Tomina, Tomoroco, Maragua, Villa Abecia and Pampa Aceituno, but we are working on making them all self-sustaining. With our team here in Bolivia we have trained hundreds of librarians, teachers, students and other community members in the proper use of a public library.
Our organization is dedicated to improving literacy and opening educational doors so that children and young people will have new opportunities to pursue studies and vocations that will allow them to serve their communities in order to develop strategies to eliminate poverty.
In rural Bolivia the concept of public libraries is relatively new, and most children and young people do not have the vital access to books and information they need to achieve success.
We do not charge a fee for volunteers.
Biblioworks relies entirely upon donations and fundraising to keep us running. We ask that volunteers fundraise a donation prior to coming to volunteer. There is no minimum amount as every bit helps!
Good quality picture books for children in Spanish.
Please send in small quantities (1-5 books at a time) to: