- Army Volunteer Corps
Army Volunteer Corps
Volunteers make a meaningful difference in the lives of Soldiers and their Families every day. Army Volunteer Corps (AVC) is designed to help you find local volunteering opportunities with organizations that benefit the Army community.
The AVC has redefined volunteering within the Army. We embrace existing volunteer programs, unite all volunteers who support Soldiers and Families, including the Active Force, National Guard and Army Reserve, and formalize the Army’s commitment to volunteerism.
No matter where people volunteer in the Army community, they usually want to contribute to Soldiers and their Family members. We recognize this common goal and want to help you find the right opportunity for you.
Volunteering helps your community and helps you as well. When you participate with AVC, you’ll:
- Gain a sense of satisfaction/achievement by meeting challenges
- Learn about the Army, our sister services, and the community
- Acquire new skills and/or expand old ones
- Obtain work experience
- Build new friendships and become a cohesive part of the community
Contact your local Army Volunteer Coordinator within your Army Community Service Center to register and learn about volunteer opportunities across the Army.
More information is also available from the online learning management system on the Army Family Web Portal .
The Army Volunteer Corps focuses on supporting Fort Rucker Soldiers, Family members, surviving spouses, and civilian personnel through community involvement. Volunteer opportunities are available both on and off post. Individuals are matched to volunteer positions according to skill, experience and time available. Childcare is offered in some activities. Participants learn new skills, make friends, and become a part of the community. Volunteering can also be a wonderful way to gain job experience.
Go to Army Family Web Portal to register and apply for available positions or contact us to learn more about available volunteer opportunities
- Most Wanted Volunteers
Position: Survivor Outreach Services Volunteer
Assist with SOS briefings and activities. Help development, preparation and mailing of SOS Newsletters, and assist with general office organization. Please call +1 (334)255-9637 for more information.
Position: Employment Readiness Program
Admin/clerical duties to include typing, copying, taking telephone messages for Program Manager, etc. Assist the Program Manager as needed. M/S Excel experience.
Position: Welcome Center Assistant
Assisting welcome center customers with maps, directions, telephone numbers, or any other information requested. Answering the telephone. Preparing SITES files for outgoing personnel and family members. Assembling welcome packets for distribution. Preparing compact disks for mailing and distribution. Ensuring accurate customer records are maintained. Providing light clerical support relative to ACS relocation readiness services, to include data entry for the ACS Client Tracking System (CTS). Performs fact-checking and research for SITES and other information sources. Please call +1 (334)255-3735 for more information.
Position: EFMP System Navigator Assistant
Assist in Special Needs Workshops/Teach if need be. Maintain a resource library. Assist with the support of on and off post support of special needs Family members. Become knowledgeable about the systems used by Families with Special Needs. Please call +1 (334)255-3634 for more information.
- Interested in Volunteering? Not sure how to get started?
- Various positions/skills available
- Family Readiness Groups
- Thrift Shop
- Craft Skills
- Youth Support
- Education and Support Groups
- Sports Branch
- AFTB Instructors
- Off Post Agencies
- Volunteer Benefits
- Flexible hours with full or part-time positions available
- Build self-confidence
- Meet new people
- Gain leadership skills
- Provide a service that is appreciated
- Become an active participant in your community
- Get free training, valuable job experience and documentation for resume building
- Fort Rucker Volunteer of the Quarter Awards
The Fort Rucker Volunteer of the Quarter Awards provides timely recognition of volunteers at the next higher level and is not designed to replace an organization’s internal volunteer recognition program.
This recognition focuses on volunteer service during the previous quarter, but does not limit the Commander from recognizing a time period at his/her discretion.
The Fort Rucker Volunteer of the Quarter Awards, with certificates and parking passes, will be presented each quarter by the Commanding General or his designated representative in the U.S. Army Aviation Museum.
Brigades/Tenant Commands/USAG may submit up to three submissions per quarter (any combination of the following: active duty, family member, youth, and/or civilian). Additional “space available” submissions may be recognized if other Brigade/Tenant Command/USAG have not submitted their quota.
- 1st Aviation Brigade
- 110th Aviation Brigade
- Air Traffic Services Command (ATSCOM)
- Aviation Center Logistics Command (ACLC)
- Combat Readiness Center (CRC)
- Noncommissioned Officer Academy (NCO)
- US Army Aeromedical Center (USAAMC)
- US Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (USAARL)
- Warrant Officer Career College (WOCC)
- US Army Garrison (USAG)
Authorized Private Organizations on post may submit one submission per quarter. ). Additional “space available” submissions may be recognized if other Private Organizations have not submitted a volunteer for the month.
- American Red Cross (ARC)
- Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA)
- Army Aviation Museum
- Association of the United States Army (AUSA)
- Fort Rucker Scouts
- Fort Rucker Community Spouses Club (FRCSC)
- Fort Rucker School System (DoDea Schools)
- Sergeant Audie Murphy Club
- Thrift Shop
Each submission will include the following completed at the Brigade/Tenant Command/USAG or Director of Private Organization level: one page Fort Rucker Volunteer of the Quarter Awards Submission Form signed by the Brigade/Tenant Command/USAG Commander or designee or Director of the Authorized Private Organization and a one sentence script describing the individual volunteer’s experience to be read at the ceremony.
- Fort Rucker Volunteer of the Year Awards
Adult Volunteer of the Year Award.pdf
Active Duty Volunteer of the Year Award.pdf
Youth Volunteer of the Year Award.pdf
Volunteer Family of the Year Award.pdf
Life Time Achievement Award.pdf
Volunteer Award Recognition Nomination Form.pdf
Army Volunteer Corps
Army Volunteer Corps
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