Willingness to Serve Members
Please consider sharing your time and talent with the flotilla and enjoy the benefit of serving.
Please list the order of your preferences by ranking the areas as your first choice, second choice, etc. Select as many as for which you are willing to be considered. You are still welcomed to attend meetings whether you share time or not.
Communications - maintain the required paperwork for flotilla radio room and augment communications for the Coast Guard.
Communication Services - maintain and update our flotilla websites and Facebook page.
Diversity - compile, track and review all diversity statistical information of the flotilla and encourage members to embrace the Commandant’s guidance.
Finance - maintain the flotilla’s financial records and collect and disperse funds.
Human Resources - assist in recruiting and processing new members and guide the prospective members through the new member process.
Information Services - record member’s mission accomplishments
Marine Safety and Environmental Protection - involves inspecting commercial and uninspected passenger vessels, port and container inspections, and prevention outreach through public affairs events.
Materials - provide Auxiliary materials for members and facilitate the ordering of materials for the flotilla and its members.
Member Training - keep members aware of opportunities for training and assist members in furthering their training and certifications.
Navigation Systems - maintain data and disseminate information regarding ATON, PATON, and bridge verifications, discrepancies and chart updating.
Operations - maintain and distribute the patrol schedule and work with division operations to support Coast Guard missions.
Recreational Boating Safety Program Visit - build relationships with local merchants in the community where our boating safety literature may be available to the public.
Public Affairs - provide opportunities for the public to meet us and learn about what we do, write press releases promoting flotilla classes and encourage members to participate in sanctioned public affairs events.
Publications - produce a newsletter which informs all who receive it about the flotilla’s activities.
Public Education - provide an education program about boating safety for the public, schedule classes and instructors, and help set up the classroom and register class members.
Secretary Records - maintain the flotilla roster, take, and publish the minutes for the monthly flotilla meeting.
Vessel Exams - provide free safety checks for privately owned vessels, schedule exam blitzes and maintain records of vessel exams.
No boats or boating required. Only U. S. citizenship. Everybody is welcome! Must be at least 17 years old.
Free training that will look good on a resume or job application.
Requires purchase and wear of a uniform and a commitment of extended time. Please note that if you are volunteering for your schools Community Service requirement credit, applications are not being accepted because of the time commitment involved.
- Environmental Education
- Community Outreach
- Teaching / Instruction
- Safety & Disaster Education
- Search & Rescue
- First Aid / CPR
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 17
- Orientation or Training
- Meet at least monthly.
- Requires purchase and wear of a uniform and a commitment of extended time.