Library Company of Burlington NJ

Chartered by His Majesty King George II in 1758


Please speak with a librarian or complete and submit the contact information form below for assistance or more information on the following items:

Assistance with Resume and/or Job Search - staff members and volunteers are available to help you create/update your resume, search on-line for job postings, and apply for available positions.

Assistance with Research or Special Projects - staff members and volunteers are available to help you search computerized catalogs and locate the information you need to complete your special project.

Gallery space
 is available for permanent and on-loan Burlington historical items and artifacts
Meeting rooms are available to non-profit organizations free of charge.  Download Meeting Room Information package.
Display case
available for community groups or individuals by reservation
Talking Books and Braille Center
This free service provides the following to registered users: Books, magazines, and playback equipment Materials mailed directly to and from the user Free Matter for the Blind Toll free number to contact the Talking Book Service Resources to help select titles of interest.  More information on TBBC.
Get a Library Card The BLINC card gives access and borrowing privileges to the entire Burlington County Library System. You can sign-up for a card at the Librarian's desk - bring a Photo ID and parental permission if you are under 18.



 Contact Library Staff 

After you 'Submit' your information, someone from the Library will contact you within 2 business days. 

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