What is a State Resource Volunteer? It is a selected individual who volunteers to provide the agency’s State Director with advice, information, and assistance with Selective Service’s registration awareness, compliance with federal law, and approved projects within the designated state.
Who can be a State Resource Volunteer? Any U.S. citizen, at least 18 years of age, may volunteer to be a State Resource Volunteer. Males must also be registered with the Selective Service System.
Duties:As a State Resource Volunteer, you would provide the State Director with assistance with the registration awareness programs, such as high school and post office visits, and recruit board members. These programs can be accomplished in your own community and do not require a lot of time.
How to apply: If you are interested in serving as a State Resource Volunteer, send an email to Information@sss.gov.