Please complete this application if you are interested in becoming a Volunteer. Once completed, click the Continue button at the bottom.
Volgistics Volunteer Alerts sends reminders, alerts, and custom messages from System Operators and
Coordinators. Use this section to opt-in and opt-out of text messaging (also known as "SMS"),
and initially set how you would like to receive messages. Your messages can be delivered as emails,
text messages, or none. You can change this at any time through VicNet. View supported phone carriers.
Message and Data Rates May Apply. For help or information on this program send "HELP" to 28344.
You can send "STOP" to 28344 at any time to opt out. For additional assistance, call 888-891-6978 or
Message frequency based on account settings.
Messages are not guaranteed to be delivered. All messages will be sent by email until you respond "YES"
to the welcome text message sent after the application form is submitted. Message preferences
can be changed in VicNet on the Account tab.
You may optionally provide the following information. It is used only to help us get a better idea of the demographic make-up of our volunteers.
Please indicate the days and times you are usually available to volunteer.
There are no scheduling options available
Do you have charges pending or have you admitted guilt of been found guilty, including Deferred Adjudication, of committing a felony or misdemeanor? (Include offenses for which probation was granted, excluding minor traffic violations but including DWI)
If not applicable, list NA.
If your answer is "Yes," explain in the space provided, giving the dates and nature of the offense(s), the name and location of the court(s). and the disposition of the case(s).
Have you ever been convicted of child abuse or crime involving actual or attempted sexual molestation of a minor?
Has any formal or informal charge, claim, or complaint ever been made that you engaged in inappropriate sexual behavior with a minor?
Is there any fact or circumstance about you or your background that would call into question the advisability of entrusting you with the supervision, guidance, and care of young people?