The AHG Ministry would not be possible without its nationwide team of dedicated Volunteers. There are many ways you can help build women of integrity in your community or state. To volunteer at a Troop level, please visit the find a Troop page and click "Request to Volunteer with This Troop" to reach out to the Troop of your choosing and see how you can help locally.
To volunteer at a level that will serve several Troops at a time, you may serve in one of the following HIP (High-Impact Partner) Volunteer positions:
MEL (Ministry Expansion Lead): develops new Troops in a specific area. Key responsibilities include: sharing the AHG vision, public relations, networking, and hosting informational sessions. Learn more by reading the MEL position description and the MEL FAQ .
Hometown Mentor (HM): supports, encourages, coaches and mentors existing Troops within a hometown. Key responsibilities include: providing encouragement, coaching, and training for assigned Troops. The HM hosts Hometown Volunteer Meetings, trainings, and recognitions. Learn more by reading the Hometown Mentor position description and the HM FAQ .
Please note that anyone serving in one of these HIP Volunteer positions is supported, coached and mentored through the AHG, Inc. Member Services Department.
Stars & Stripes Project Advisor (SSPA): a member of a nationwide team dedicated to maintaining a standard of excellence in the Stars & Stripes Award Procedure. The SSPA provides godly encouragement, guidance, and supervision to Candidates and their Mentors. Key responsibilities include review and approval of documents submitted by Candidates. Learn more by reading the SSPA position description . Volunteers in this position should have experience in AHG and knowledge of the Stars & Stripes Award Procedure. SSPAs are trained by and accountable to the AHG, Inc. Program Department.
Trailblazer Coach (TBC): supports and encourages Trailblazer Mentors within their designated area. Key responsibilities include communicating with Trailblazer Mentors, encouraging, coaching and supporting families along with providing and resources and networking opportunities, where possible, meeting the needs of his/her assigned Trailblazer members. Learn more by reading the Trailblazer Coach position description .
Volunteers in this position should have Trailblazer experience and understand how members function within a Troop. TBC’s are trained by and accountable to the National Trailblazer Specialist.
Share your interest to serve in one of these positions by completing the AHG High Impact Partner Interest Form below: