The City of Fort Worth's Volunteer Program recruits citizens and places them in departments throughout the city where their talents, skills and expertise are fully utilized. For more information on volunteering for the City, call 817-392-7750 or fill out this application.
Volunteer and help make a difference in Fort Worth!
- Gain valuable job experience
- Learn new skills or refine existing ones
- Work with community leaders
- Meet new friends
- Learn more about issues and policies in our City of Fort Worth and use your talents to make Fort Worth an even better place to live
By volunteering you assist the City of Fort Worth in:
- Promoting citizen participation
- Providing key services like fire, police, library and park programs
- Expanding city services and experimenting with new ones
- Helping solve community problems
- Keeping Fort Worth a great city
There are a wide variety of positions open to satisfy almost any area of interest. Below are just some of the jobs currently performed by volunteers:
Whether you're a student, a working professional or a concerned citizen, the City of Fort Worth has a place for you… and the flexibility to fit into your schedule! For more information on volunteering call 817-392-7750 or fill out this application.
Although volunteer help is needed in many areas, below are some of our areas of greatest need. For further information pleas call 817-392-7750.
Provide assistance in offices at City Hall. Answer phones and respond to requests for information. File. Coordinate meetings. Positions available in a variety of City departments.
Share your love of history with visitors to Log Cabin Village. Volunteers relate the history of the village and discuss pioneer life in Texas during the era of 1840-1890. A look at Log Cabin Village.
Volunteers are needed at the fort Worth Nature Center to teach classes, serve as Visitor Center hosts and guide tour groups. Help people get back to nature at the Nature Center.
Computer Training Assistants
Volunteers are needed to provide one on one assistance to individuals taking basic computer classes at the Central Library. This is a great chance to combine computer skills with teaching. A look at the classes.
Library volunteers wear many hats! Do you have a few hours a week to help your public library in one of these departments? Circulation, Periodicals, Genealogy, Events, Youth Center, Arts & Humanities. Volunteer positions are available at Central, two regional and 11 neighborhood branches. To apply call 817-871-7703 or go to our web page.