Official Facebook Groups Volunteer Positions

Online Volunteer Positions Available

Updated August 30, 2019:

Official Facebook Groups Volunteer Positions

If you are interested in applying for a Facebook Groups Volunteer Position, we request that you apply online When you submit your application online, please include name(s) of volunteers who suggested you apply for a position in the "references" field. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

If you are unable to apply online, please contact our Volunteers Coordinator at

Training, Mentoring, and Ongoing Professional Development

All Facebook Volunteers (MP FB VOs) start out as a Volunteer in Training (VIT) and must complete 4-phases of training through reading and activities online in the training sections of the MP FB VO website (MarineParents Facebook Volunteer). The trainer is typically the assistant coach of the MP Team Group in which the VIT will be working. Initial training for MP FB VOs is followed up with a period of mentoring in the MP Team group; the mentor is assigned by the coach. After mentoring has been completed, the decision for the VIT to moved into a Group Guide (GG) position will determined in a discussion with the VIT, trainer and Group Leader (GL). The period of training and mentoring will take from 6-8 weeks and can involve up to 40 hours of training time.

Volunteer Requirements

Each MP FB VO position has specific requirements. The following is required of all MP FB VOs:

  1. Volunteers agree to give two weeks notice when leaving a volunteer position whether for a lateral move, promotion, taking on additional responsibilities, or resigning completely from tenure as a volunteer.
  2. Volunteer must be a family member of a Marine who has graduated from boot camp and may be in any stage of the Marine Corps post-boot camp including schooling (SOI or MOS), Fleet, PDS, Reserves, Veteran, or After the Corps.
  3. Volunteer must have a working knowledge of:
    • How FB groups work and the policies applied in Official Facebook groups,
    • The content of websites and how to locate information,
    • The services, mission, and outreach programs of the organization.
  4. Volunteer must commit to:
    • completing our 6-8 week training and mentoring program
    • learning the 10 posting rules and the guidelines for applying them in the groups
    • willingness to gain an accurate understanding of the organization's strict application of OPSEC and PERSEC in Official MP FB groups.
  5. Volunteers must be willing to embrace the philosophy of Marine Parents as a support organization:
    • For family members of recruits and Marines we are a Place to Connect & Share(R) their pride (and fears) of having a recruit or Marine in service;
    • We provide support and accurate information from our websites to group members;
    • We encourage parents and guardians to step back and allow the adult recruit or Marine to perform their training and subsequent job duties without parental interference.
  6. Volunteers must commit to ongoing professional development including
    • the study of Marine Parents websites and outreach programs, and
    • the study of Marine Corps structure, history, and tradition
    • an understanding of new and existing corporate policies, procedures, protocol, and philosophies.
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