Volunteer & Employment

There are many seasonal and volunteer employment opportunities available within the Parks and Recreation Department. For more information about specific opportunities, please review the following informational items.

Volunteer Opportunities

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  • Commercial Bingo
    Volunteer opportunities for callers, floor walkers, ticket sales, concession sales, etc., exist. For more information, please e-mail or call 616-530-3164. 
  • Grocery Bingo 
    Volunteer callers are needed. For more information, please e-mail or call 616-530-3164. 
  • Senior Program Instructors 
    Volunteer instructors with a specific skill or knowledge (i.e. bilingual, photography, sewing, etc.) are needed for senior programming. For more information, please e-mail or call 616-530-3190. 
  • TEAM 21 After School & Summer Programs (21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant)                                                              
    TEAM 21 is an after-school and summer program for K-9th grade students at 15 schools in the City of Wyoming. For more information about the program or to download a TEAM 21-specific volunteer application, please visit TEAM 21
  • Youth Program Support 
    Volunteer support is needed for the Youth Pumpkin Path. For more information, please e-mail or call 616-530-3164. 
  • Youth Soccer Coaches 
    Volunteers are needed for weekly practices and games. Seasons are 10-11 weeks long. For more information, please e-mail or call 616-530-3164.

Employment Opportunities

Please see our Human Resources department for current employment opportunities.

  • Seasonal Opportunities
    Please click on the Human Resources link above to check for open positions.
  • Park Maintenance 
    This seasonal position involves various general labor tasks, which fall within the park system. Must be able to work in various climates and operate light equipment. Must work various schedules that include weekends and 2nd shift. Must be 18 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license.
  • Program Instructors, Supervisors and Coaches 
    Various seasonal positions exist for individuals interested in instructing and supervising programs and activities. Coaches are also needed for various youth sports, as well. For more information, please e-mail or call 616-530-3164.
  • Umpires 
    Umpires are needed for spring, summer, and fall softball leagues. Umpires must be registered with the USA Softball (formerly ASA). Umpires must possess a satisfactory understanding of umpiring mechanics and softball rules.