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Volunteer University

Welcome to the website for the new senior member professional development program Volunteer University. In the coming months this site will be updated with new content providing more information about the program, its features, and how you will engage with it as a member.

Provost Welcome Message

 

Program Overview

 

Staff

Chief of Education and Training - Col Joe Winter

Provost -Lt Col Brenda Reed

Dean for Onsite - Lt Col Michael Bryant

Dean for Online - Ch Lt Col David Poland

 

Become a Volunteer University Instructor

A crucial aspect of this new program is building our instructor corps to teach the new modules in our onsite or virtual-in-residence classes and our online cohorts. If you are interested in joining the team and helping to take CAP education and training into the future, please complete the application below.

Step 1: 

Complete the Volunteer University Instructor Application

Step 2: 

Once your application is approved by region and wing command, you will be enrolled in the VOLU Instructor Course in AXIS.  For more information or assistance, contact us at instructor@cap.gov

Step 3: 

After completing the online portion of the Instructor Course, you must participate in a summary conversation to be fully qualified as a Volunteer University assistant instructor or instructor.  Sign up for this step using: Volunteer University Summary Conversation Calendar & Sign Up

Once you have completed the summary conversation, you will receive your permissions as an instructor or assistant instructor. Questions?  Contact us at instructor@cap.gov

 

Questions

If you have questions about Volunteer University, take a look at our FAQ document below to see if it's already been answered. If it hasn't, send us an email for it to be added to the Frequently Asked Questions Document.

Frequently Asked Questions Document

VolU Lexicon

 

 

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