Structure, Roles and Responsibilities

AFS Community is established within a province and is under the direct supervision of the Volunteer and Chapter Development Program of the National Office. It is composed of active volunteers and to fulfill the mission of the organization by ensuring that AFS Programs are available and accessible to all communities.

  • The Activity Coordinator is in-charge for engaging the different school clubs with the community-related activities in the area of responsibility. S/he is also responsible in establishing relevant external partnerships within his/her area of responsibility that will be beneficial for all school clubs.

Selection Process for Members

In general, AFS do not discriminate any individual interested in volunteering. Considering the significant role of the organization in the community, certain qualifications are set to ensure the delivery of quality services. A community volunteer is a resident of the province. A volunteer should be committed and motivated, and with good moral character.


  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Cover Letter
  • Information Sheet
  • Information References


  • Confirmation
  • Orientation


  • Congress
  • Forums
  • Program Implementations
  • Rewards and Recognitions

Post Participation

  • Membership Renewal
  • Letter of Intent by the Volunteer and Community Development (VolDev)

Activities and Programs

  • Non-Traditional Fund Development
  • External Partnership
  • Provincial level, Co-curricular and Extra Curricular activities for AFS School Clubs
  • Congress and Forums
  • Trainings and Oreintations

AFS Alumni Community

The AFS Alumni Community consists of active graduates of the different programs who are advocates of intercultural learning with the intention of continuously supporting the mission of AFS IPP.

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