Army Volunteer Corps

A Tradition of Service

Volunteer Corp on U.S. Army MWR

The U.S. Army Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (the G9 Division of the U.S. Army Installation Management Command, known as Army MWR) manages programs and services that support readiness and resilience for Soldiers and Families. Its work enhances the lives of Soldiers, Families, Reservists, National Guard members, DoD Civilians, Retirees and the entire U.S. Army community.  Family and MWR Programs are delivered primarily through a local garrison or installation. To learn more about the resources available at your local garrison, visit the Army MWR website.

About AVC

Welcome to the Army Volunteer Corps (AVC) resource page. The AVC program provides opportunities for volunteers (Service members, Civilians, and Family members) to contribute to various organizations and support their local communities. See the resources below to learn more and start volunteering.

The Army’s Commitment to Volunteerism

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 a volunteer should expect from the organization and the responsibilities an individual has to the organization. AVC Bill of Rights and Responsibilities.pdf
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. Army Volunteer Corps Philosophy on Volunteerism.doc

Volunteer Management Information System

Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS) provides tools to manage volunteerism in your military community. What is VMIS? Volunteers play an integral role in the life of Soldiers and their Families and are found throughout the military community. The Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS) assists the Army Volunteer Corps and Organization Point of Contact (OPOC) in managing these dedicated volunteers and allows volunteers a way track their hours, awards, trainings and certificates. What can volunteers do in VMIS? Volunteers can apply for volunteer opportunities, record and track volunteer hours, and manage their volunteer service record. What can administrators do in VMIS? Administrators can engage in online volunteer recruitment, manage military community volunteerism (hours, positions, awards, and trainings), and produce simple reports on program statistics.

Volunteer Forms

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