Get Involved in WCS

  • Three cafeteria workers smile

    Published November 30, 2021

    Getting involved in Williamson County schools is easy. From volunteering to earning a paycheck, there are many ways to help students and support staff members.

    The district is looking to fill staffing shortages for food service workers, substitute teachers, bus drivers and special education teachers and assistants. All of those positions are integral in keeping WCS running smoothly and ensuring students are receiving a quality education.

    “This is a great opportunity to make an impact on our schools,” said WCS Recruiting Manager David Harries. “For people who are looking for meaningful employment, this is it.”

    Both full and part-time positions are available with flexible schedules and summers off. To apply, visit the WCS Careers page.

    For those who aren’t looking for a career, volunteers are just as needed in the schools. Opportunities throughout the buildings are available.

    For more information about volunteering and employment, reach out to Harries.