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Miramar Volunteer Program - MCAS Miramar

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Geographical Address

Duty Station (or best approximation)
Public Address
Bldg 2525, Baur Road, Miramar, San Diego, San Diego County, California, 92126, United States of America
latitude
32.89
longitude
-117.12

Contact Info

DSN
(858) 307-1322
Operating Hours
Mon – Fri: 8:00am – 4:00pm

Mission

Miramar’s Volunteer Program (MVP) offers a variety of services to military personnel, family members (to include youth), veterans, and installation employees. The Volunteer Program strives to provide learning opportunities, training, job experience, development of interpersonal relationships and networking. MVP strives to provide each volunteer with a sense of well-being, spirit of community and experiences that will be fulfilling to both the volunteer and the person and/or the organization with which the volunteer works.

Volunteering 101 Workshop

Volunteering 101 is designed to give volunteers the tools necessary to have a successful and fulfilling volunteer career. This workshop is designed to support all volunteers, whether you have never volunteered, are just getting started, or have been volunteering forever! Let us help you have a successful volunteer career! Walk away with:

  • Understanding how to manage your volunteer career
  • Create a plan for tracking hours and skills gained
  • Demonstrate effective communication as a volunteer
  • Identify resources of volunteer opportunities
  • Interpret volunteer skills into marketable skills and abilities

Volunteering 101 Workshop for Teens

Looking for ways to get your teen to volunteer? Maybe they are looking to gain skills for a job or even looking towards college applications and scholarships.

Volunteering 101 for Teens is designed to introduce volunteerism and to provide an understanding of its long term impact. Teens can learn about leveraging volunteering for their futures in this interactive workshop.

  • Understanding how to manage your volunteer career
  • Create a plan for tracking hours and skills gained
  • Identify resources of volunteer opportunities
  • Interpret volunteer skills into marketable abilities for applications or scholarships

Disclaimer: This listing of volunteer opportunities is provided for informational purposes for military members and their families and does not imply official DoD or USMC endorsement of any non-Federal volunteer opportunity. Individuals who volunteer do so at their own risk. DoD and USMC do not monitor or control and are not responsible for the listed organization. DoN/USMC may not provide uniformed support to work volunteer events. This includes ushers, greeters, servers, award presentations, etc. Any requests for uniformed service members must be routed through the appropriate Public Affairs Office and Staff Judge Advocates office.

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