The Carlisle Barracks Army Volunteer Corp supports the Army's mission by continuously seeking innovative ideas and processes to improve the quality of life at Carlisle Barracks through the use of volunteer agencies. We promote quality volunteer work experiences and environments that recognize and appreciate the valuable contributions volunteers make to the Carlisle Barracks community.


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.

Army Volunteer Corps Bill of Rights

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

Army Volunteer Corps 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. Army Volunteer Corps Philosophy on Volunteerism.doc