- Parks & Community Services
- Volunteer Opportunities
The City of Dublin provides many opportunities for volunteerism in our community. Find out where you might best be suited to volunteer:
The City of Dublin offers a variety of volunteer opportunities at its events. Bring your family, bring some friends, bring your employer, or come out to simply give back and meet new people. This is also a great opportunity teenagers who are looking for fun volunteering opportunities. Teens can earn volunteer credit toward school and club requirements.
A typical shift is between three and five hours on either a Saturday or Sunday. For more information on specific volunteer opportunities, please visit the Events and Festivals pages and click on each event to read about available opportunities.
Dublin Heritage Park and Museums
Share Your Experience and Learn New Skills
Dublin Heritage Park and Museums opened in 2011, and volunteers are often needed to help provide tours to the public. The Kolb House is a 1910 Craftsman Bungalow built by one of Dublin's early founders. This historic house museum is unique because it has all of the original family furniture and belongings. Together, they tell the story of the Kolbs' journey from Bavaria and settlement in Dublin.
With the variety of volunteer needs at Heritage Park and Museums Dublin Heritage Center , you may choose to work with the public (children or adults), or behind the scenes, sharing your skills or learning new ones. Many of our volunteer opportunities are for one-time special events, while others require an ongoing commitment. The volunteer program offers the flexibility to match our needs with your schedule, skills, and interest.
Help us to inform and educate children and adults by becoming a historical interpreter. You will receive all of the necessary materials and training to become an integral part of the Heritage Center as it continues to expand.
As a docent, you will learn and enjoy meaningful time spent in a beautiful park setting. You will be sharing with the public Dublin's agricultural past. Training materials and coaching will be provided to fully prepare you to give great tours. You will develop new skills while making new friends and learning more about Dublin's history.
For More Information
For questions about volunteering at Heritage Park and Museums, please visit the Heritage Parks and Museums Volunteer Page.
Dublin Senior Center
The Dublin Senior Center, located at 7600 Amador Valley Boulevard, relies heavily on volunteers. We are looking for individuals with friendly and patient personalities to be volunteer greeters, office assistants, or instructors. Help us serve the senior community by “creating rewarding friendships, intriguing activities, and a lifestyle of possibilities.”
- Most volunteer opportunities require a weekly ongoing commitment from one to four hours.
- Volunteer shifts are scheduled during our hours of operation, Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
- The Center is closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
- Fingerprinting is required of all volunteer staff 18 years of age or older.
To apply for a volunteer position, please fill out a volunteer application. Visit www.CalOpps.org and search for City of Dublin volunteer. For more information about volunteer needs at the Dublin Senior Center, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dublin Sports Leagues
Youth Basketball Coaching
Individuals who are interested in coaching Junior Warriors Basketball are encouraged to complete a Volunteer Coach application. Fingerprinting is required of all volunteer staff 18 years of age or older.
Youth Basketball Referee/Scorekeeper
If you are interested in volunteering as a Referee or Scorekeeper, please submit a Volunteer Application. Fingerprinting is required of all volunteer staff 18 years of age or older.
If you are interested in working as a paid Referee, Scorekeeper, or general Sports Program Staff, please go to CalOpps.org and apply online. The minimum age is 15 years of age. Fingerprinting is required of all staff 18 years of age or older.
Dublin Pride Week
Dublin Pride Week is a community celebration, taking place annually around Earth Day, to celebrate and inspire Dublin residents to give back to their City. Along with a large volunteer day that combines the efforts of several hundred resident volunteers to complete beautification projects around the City, a number of other planned events and activities take place to further promote environmental stewardship.
Volunteers are needed to assist elderly citizens in taking care of home maintenance projects such as house cleaning, yard work, washing windows, painting, etc. There are no special skills required, just a willingness to help out.
Volunteers are needed to complete designated school improvement and beautification projects. There are no special skills needed to do this job.
Volunteers are needed to complete designated park improvement and beautification projects. There are no special skills needed to do this job.
Volunteers are needed to clean up various creeks within the City. A staff member will be at each creek location with the volunteers.
Volunteers are needed to assist non-profit organizations with maintenance projects such as painting, yard work, washing windows, etc. There are no special skills required, just a willingness to help out. Non-profit organizations are also encouraged to participate in the Volunteer Fair that is part of the annual Volunteer Day event.
For more information, please visit the Dublin Pride Week Event pages.