Scott AFB - Airman & Family Readiness Center
Scott AFB - Airman & Family Readiness Center

Note

This site is a public service by the Scott AFB, Airman & Family Readiness Center.

The presence of commercial and external hyperlinks doesn't constitute endorsement by the A&FRC, Scott AFB, AMC, the USAF, or the Department of Defense (DoD), of the external web site, or the information, products or services contained therein.

 

Eligibility Statement: DoD Personnel & families - including military members, all Service & Guard, Reserve, military retirees, DoD civilians, NAF personnel & immediate family members. Other uniformed services include US Coast Guard, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, uniformed State Department personnel, Public Health Service personnel & members of units assigned or attached to a US installation.

 

 

Contact us at: aafrc@us.af.mil

Call us at: (618) 256-8668

Website is in partnership with: http://www.375fss.com/

 

 



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Personal Benefits

  • New arrivals at Scott AFB looking to establish new friendships and learn about the community.
  • Increase self-satisfaction and obtain valuable job skills in a variety of areas

Training

  • Volunteers will receive training when they enter their new workplace. The Airman & Family Readiness Center also offers a wide variety of classes to develop your skills and enhance your potential for obtaining paid employment.

Child Care

  • Free child care is available for registered volunteers with special arrangement with a base-certified Family Day Care Provider and the Air Force Aid Society.
  • Volunteers are authorized childcare during the days and hours they are working.

Track Volunteer Hours

We are excited to offer workshops and events tailored to the interests of families with exceptional needs. Please take a moment to look at our calendar to see what you would like to register for!

Establishing a Work Schedule

Establish a work schedule with your supervisor. As a courtesy, always contact your supervisor if you are sick or you are unable to work. Your reliability contributes to your success when looking for full-time employment. Take volunteering seriously; it will pay off in a number of ways.

Leaving the Program

Treat this position as a regular job and provide a two week notice of intent. In some extenuating circumstances, you may be required to leave a position immediately and are unable to provide two weeks’ notice. You may request a letter of recommendation and the number of hours volunteered. This provides correspondence for the number of hours worked and guidance when constructing your resume.

 Annual Volunteer Recognition – Each spring the base celebrates volunteerism during the nationally approved volunteer recognition week. The Red Cross will contact volunteers registered in the program and invite them to a base-wide event for volunteers.

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