HANDBOOK ON VOLUNTEERS IN ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE
HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH ORGANIZATION ALEXANDRIA VA
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As guidance to those in charge of Army Community Service centers on military posts and to other personnel concerned with social services, the handbook offers comprehensive information on developing and administering a volunteer program for Army Community Service. The handbook stresses the encouragement of innovation, flexibility, and individual initiative both in personnel and in programs. Since ACS centers differ in many ways, the handbook discussed general guidlines and suggestions rather than detailed specifications, in order that the information can be adapted and interpreted according to local circumstances. Among the topics covered are recruiting volunteers, interviewing, preparing job descriptions and facilities, supervision, and training design.
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