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Army Volunteer Corps Resources

Welcome to the Army Volunteer Corps (AVC) Resource page. Visit this page frequently to obtain the most up to date Army Volunteer Corps (AVC) materials. As we prepare for the launch of the Army Volunteer Corps (AVC), new materials will be added almost daily. This site will contain items such as the Army Volunteer Corps (AVC) Emblem in multiple formats, news articles, Mission and Vision Statements, the Army Volunteer Corps (AVC) Bill of Rights and Responsibilities, the Army's philosophy on volunteerism, etc. You may want to download and combine many of these items into a press package.



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The Army Volunteer Corps Bill of Rights and Responsibilities

The Army Volunteer Corps (AVC) Bill of Rights and Responsibilities is based on the Army Values: loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and personal courage. It provides the rights the volunteer should expect from the organization and the responsibilities the individual has to the organization.



The Army's Philosophy on Volunteerism

This document discusses the Army's philosophy on volunteerism, the 2002 Army Volunteer Summit, the transformation of volunteerism in the Army, the support the Army will provide, and the path for the future.



Volunteer Policies and Regulations

Find many of the documents that define the Army Community Service Volunteers program policy.



Volunteer Management Resources

Best Practices for Developing a Volunteer Program
This Web site is designed to provide Maryland's community-based organizations with an orientation to the fundamental elements of establishing a volunteer program. It includes Planning and Organization, Policies and Procedures, Recruitment, Screening, Interviewing and Placement, Orientation and Training, Supervision, Evaluation, Retention and Recognition, Measuring Effectiveness, and References.

Disaster Preparedness and Volunteers
No community is immune to the havoc and devastation caused by disaster. When disaster strikes, agencies like yours mobilize to help communities respond and recover.  But how do you make the most of spontaneous, unaffiliated volunteers that step forward to help?  It is critical that volunteers are given meaningful and constructive opportunities to satisfy their desire to assist in a time of need. Collaborative planning by disaster groups and other organizations can prevent a "disaster within a disaster." Learn more about the Benefits of Disaster Volunteer Management and the role you can play.

Energize
This Web site is especially beneficial for leaders of volunteers. It provides monthly articles on hot topics, a library of articles on volunteering, links to research, success stories and much more.

Volunteer Management for Program Directors
This site was developed for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteer managers but contains articles on virtually every aspect of volunteer management, including recruitment, screening, retention, and supervision that will benefit all volunteer managers.