JBER Volunteers & Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities in the Anchorage Bowl including JBER

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Send Email to:  673 FSS/FSFR Family Programs

907-384-1517  JBER Volunteer Coordinators 

 

Opportunites

 

JBER Youth Coaches Needed

 

Year round volunteer opportunities to support youth sports.  If you are interested in coaching please check out our JBER Sports & Anchorage Military Community Little League websites & Facebook Pages:http://jberlife.com/youth-sports/

JBER Youth Sports Facebook Page link:https://www.facebook.com/JBERYouthSports/ Kennecott Youth Center Facebook Page Link:https://www.facebook.com/KennecottYC/

 

 

ASYMCA Bargain Shop Volunteer Opportunity

 

             We are looking for volunteers who can do the following: a) Sorting through donation b) Stocking/Organizing shelves c) Heavy lifting d) Cleaning e) Greeter/Customer Service. Here's how you can get involved: Visit the ASYMCA Bargain Shop during business hours, contact the Bargain Shop at 753-6134, or email us at bargain.shop@akasymca.org Point of Contact: Debra Templeton.

If you have additional questions, please contact the Bargain Shop during business hours at 753-6134, or our Luke Avenue Welcome Center at 552-9622, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 pm.

The ASYMCA Bargain Shop Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; First Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

           

 

JBADD is seeking volunteers

 

When: Friday, Saturday and US Federal Holidays.  Hours of Operation: 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. (volunteers can show up as early as 10 p.m.). Where: 2nd Floor of the Warrior Zone on JBER-R (Bldg 655 near Fire Station 4). Dress: Casual civilian attire Details: Single point of Entry/Exit- Please see attachment.  Civilian clothes will be worn, try to dress for the weather.  JBADD may provide two vehicles if they are available or you may have to use your POV. ALSO IMPORTANT!!-One male and female driver must be present to pick up both female and male passengers. This protects anyone picking up someone of the opposite gender. Warrior Zone will have Internet, TVs, computers, games, gaming systems, DVDs, and a quiet study area. It's five or six volunteer hours for your next EPR or award package. After the shift, make sure the building is secure and rooms are clean. Make a plan and if that plan fails call JBADD. JBADD Hotline- 384-RIDE (7433)    View the JBADD Flyer

 

ASYMCA Atwood Military Lounge (AML) Volunteer Opportunity

 

Did you know that the ASYMCA Atwood Military Lounge (AML), located in the Ted Stevens International Airport, provides service to an average of 1,000 visitors each month? The lounge, which is open 16 hours a day, 365 days a year, gives visitors from all branches of service and their dependents a safe, quiet place to relax while traveling through Alaska. Daily operations are handled by volunteers, with support and overall program management by the ASYMCA. While we work hard to keep things running smoothly, it is really the extraordinary efforts of our volunteers that has made the lounge such a success for over 30 years.

Interested volunteers can view monthly schedules and sign up for shifts at www.asymca.org/alaska-mcl Please feel free to contact the ASYMCA if you have any questions, or need assistance with signing up for a shift.

Do you have a group looking for a volunteer opportunity? Units & Booster clubs that 'adopt' the lounge for a two- or four-week period are eligible for honorarium funding of up to $1,000 from the ASYMCA. This is a great way for groups to earn volunteer hours and raise money for Booster Club projects! Email the ASYMCA at welcome.center@akasymca.org for more information about the Adopt-A-Lounge Program.

 

Become a Mentor with the Alaska Military Youth Academy

 

            Make a Difference. The Alaska Military Youth Academy is an accredited High School on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER) for young Alaskans who are between the ages of 16 and 18 years old and at risk of not completing their educational goals. One of the requirements for our Cadets to be successful is that they have a mentor who is willing to visit with, support and keep them encouraged during their stay with us (Residential Phase) and for one year afterwards (Post Residential Phase). A percentage of our Cadets come from rural locations around the state and do not personally know anyone in the Anchorage or Mat-Su area that can support them. Some of our Cadets also come from less than ideal family circumstances and/or communities and have no support system that is willing or able to encourage positive life choices. It is for these kids, we ask for your help. By volunteering as a mentor, you are agreeing to commit to a time investment in the life of a young Alaskan and to build up tomorrow's future. You would be a vital part of encouraging a student (referred to as a Cadet) to pursue their dreams; you may help provide tools and shed light on opportunities that they haven't considered. You will witness the transformation of kids with doubtful futures into young men and woman with the educational tools and emotional capabilities to succeed in the next stage of their life. We are certain that this opportunity will have a positive, lasting effect on your life as well. The minimum time commitment is simply a weekly visit for one hour each week on the JBER, Camp Carroll Campus during the 22 week Residential Phase and, when geographically feasible, during the 12 month Post-Residential Phase. Volunteer mentors must be 21 years old or older, the same sex as the cadet they are mentoring, not live in the same household, and able to pass a criminal background check. We'd love to have you on board. Please visit our website at www.akmya.org or follow us on our Facebook page (Alaska Military Youth Academy ~ AMYA)  to find out more about our program. If you would like to make a difference in a young person's life, please contact Deb Morton at 907-428-7337 or deborah.morton@alaska.gov.

 

 

 

 

Download Center

DODI 1100.21 Volunteer Service in the DOD

JBER Volunteer Guidance 

Volunteer Agreement - DD Form 2793 (must download)  

Quarterly Volunteer Nomination Form

UVM Appointment Letter Template


Volunteer of the Year Nomination Form


Air Force Form 1206 (must download)


Note: The Volunteer Hours Spreadsheet must be submitted monthly by all units and organizations on the approved/authorized Excel spreadsheet(s). It is recommended the Quarterly Volunteer Nomination Form be completed using MS Word. Email completed forms to the JBER Volunteer Coordinator 673FSS.FSFR.FamilyPrograms@us.af.mil or call 907-384-1517 for any volunteer program questions.

Reporting Volunteer Hours

Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS)

Individual Volunteer Hours Spreadsheet

JBER Volunteer Names and Hours Spreadsheet

For more information on how to utilize and who can utilize this database contact the JBER Volunteer Coordinator (JVC) at 907-384-1517