Volunteering for MetroParks

Share your talents, learn new skills, meet new friends. Volunteering for MetroParks is fun, rewarding, and supports a mission for conservation, education and recreation, now and for generations to come! Enjoy flexible scheduling and new experiences. Training is available. Organizations and people of all ages are welcome*. Service learning, volunteer internships, one-time and on-going opportunities are all available. Contact Sara Schapman, volunteer coordinator, at 513.867.5835 for more information.

Volunteering can be as varied as the parks themselves: support conservation efforts, trails, fishing, history, music, birds and wildlife, gardening, photography and natural landscapes. Help at an event or program, in the field, the office, the lodge or the welcome center! For additional details and an ever-changing list of volunteer opportunities:

 

Volunteer Opportunities Directory

 

*The Parental Consent Form below is needed for volunteers ages 14-17.  Volunteers aged 13 & under are required to have an adult to serve alongside them.  

Volunteer Application(s) & Forms

Join the volunteer team and receive monthly volunteer updates. It's easy! Just review the volunteer policy and fill out an application:

Current Volunteers

Once approved, current volunteers sign up for volunteer opportunities and log their hours to earn valuable rewards:

Looking for another way to support MetroParks' efforts? Join the Friends of MetroParks of Butler County to make new friends and improve the quality of life in your community and favorite park.