Become a Seasonal Employee this Summer
Apply for Employment with the City of Burlington
What is a seasonal worker? It is someone that works for a short period of time to meet the seasonal needs for the city.
As we step into summer, our parks will be at their peak both in maintenance and usages, and our recreation programs at their height with sports leagues, large special events, concerts, camps and small community programs.
We're relying on folks in the community to join us for the summer to help make it a great season! If we still have staffing vacancies, we'll need to prioritize and scale back on what we can offer to the community this summer. We'd love to do it all! Please consider a seasonal position and apply.
Co-Ed Junior Sand Volleyball League
NEW! Youth Sports League in Burlington
Want to play Co-Ed Junior Sand Volleyball League this summer? Have a teen in your life who could use a boost to their social calendar? You've come to the right place! This co-ed league is open to kids in 7th to 12th grade (ages 13-19). A six-week season beginning June 21 will include games on Tuesday nights from 6-9pm at the Rotary Park Sand Volleyball Courts in Burlington. Registration is open now through June 12. Form your team and register today.
Burlington-Edison Youth SoccerFall Soccer Registration is Now Open
Ready for soccer? So are we! Registration is open online through June 30. The B-EYS recreational league is for children ages 5-13; all skill levels are welcome. Interested in supporting youth soccer in Burlington? Consider one of the following ways to join in: Team Sponsorship, Team Coach or Assistant, Team Manager.
Referee Training Clinic at Skagit River Park
Saturday, June 11 from 10:30am to 2pm
A successful soccer season each year requires having enough referees for our games each weekend during the season. Please consider registering for this Referee Training Clinic and join us on Saturday, June 11 at Skagit River Park in Burlington. Know a friend or student who loves soccer? Send them here! There are many student referees throughout the state, and people ages 14 and up are welcome to register.
Registration for the clinic must be done online at www.wareferees.org. There is an online pre-training clinic that must be completed by June 9 in order to attend the Referee Training and Clinic at Skagit River Park.
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