Searching For Volunteers

Army Community Service is looking for a few good men … and women and teens, and retirees and … You get the picture! Volunteering is good for your health. By being a volunteer, you increase yourself-confidence, self-esteem and even develop a more positive outlook on life.

Because you are doing  something good for the community, you feel a sense of accomplishment and take pride in what you’ve done. Volunteering can be a social outlet and a resume builder at the same time. Volunteering also allows you to develop and practice skills often utilized in the workplace, such as planning projects, problem solving, critical thinking, time management, organization, communication and teamwork. Sound like something you might like to try? Give us a call at Army Community Service and speak to our Army Volunteer Corps Program Manager at 717-245-4357.

Army Community Service is looking for volunteers to:

• Teach Army Family Team Building Classes.

• Plan special events like the upcoming 50th anniversary of Army Community Service.

• Help in our office in a variety of capacities.

• Army Family Action Plan committee volunteer.

We also welcome teens during the summer who would like to work on volunteer service projects or get valuable “real world” experience. ACS Volunteer Corps can also connect you with other agencies on Post and in the local community to give of your time  and talent. Call today and see what volunteering can do to change your life!

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