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office of Personnel Management FPM Letter 308 -16

Federal Personnel Manual System Published in advance
dii.s |Mette 308 16 sS of incorporation in FPM

I Chapter 308
SULBEC: Acceptance of Student Volunteer Sl" RETAIN UNTIL SUPERSEDED


I Washington, D. C. 20415
esa November 8, 1979
Heads of Departments and Independent Establ /

1. The Office of Personnel Management public e n or implementing
Volunteer Service Programs for students in FPM L is letter also
Ce invited agencies to comment on the guidelines or re ere appropriate, changes
which they felt necessary for administering volunteer programs. In response to this
invitation, 15 agencies and 2 labor organizations commented. Most suggested clarification
of definitions or language changes to eliminate ambiguities.

'i 2. Recommendations and suggested language changes or modification of definitions are
included, if appropriate, in the enclosed revised guidelines in subchapter 7, FPM
chapter 308. The major comments and OPM's position on each are addressed below:

a. Impact Upon Existing Volunteer Programs

Prior to the enactment of the Civil Service Reform Act (CSRA), some
departments and agencies were authorized by either enabling legislation
or special statutes to administer volunteer programs. These programs
are broader in scope and designed to accomplish specific goals and objec-
tives enunciated by the Congress. Three agencies asked if 5 U.S.C. 3111
modified or superseded existing volunteer programs.

OPM's guidelines and instructions published in the enclosed subchapter
are specifically addressed to student volunteer programs and do not
modify or supersede other programs administered by agencies. Those
agencies conducting such programs should continue to do as they have in the
past.

b. Documentation of Service

Of the 17 written comments received regarding the interim guidelines,
only one registered an objection to the requirement that student volunteer
services be documented through the use of Standard Form 50 (SF-50)
"Notification of Personnel Action" or other OPM approved forms. There
were two suggested changes in language but comments were in general agreement
with the requirement. The remaining 14 comments were silent on this subject;
however, they were in general agreement with the guidelines.

It is OPM's position on the subject of documentation, that it is necessary
since there is a very real likelihood that future decisions may require
accurate data regarding volunteer services performed by students and the
overall number of students placed within departments and agencies.






Inquiries: Staffing Management Branch, Staffing Services, 632-5678

Code:308, Student Employment and Work-Study Program
Distribution: FPM


GPM FORM 652 1179






FPM Ltr 308-16 (2)




To enable agencies to be responsive to requests for this type of information,
there should be some method for uniform presentation. We feel that the use
of the SF-50 and the establishment of an Official Personnel Folder (OFF) on
each student volunteer would be appropriate. However, where this personnel
practice presents major problems, agencies should call this to the attention
of OEM along with recommendation for alternative methods for accomplishing ....
documentation objectives.

It would also seen prudent for agencies to process student placements through
their Personnel Office. This would provide the means of controlling, if neces-
sary, voluntary activities, provide some basis for being responsive to the coarl
cerns of employee organizations regarding non-paid service and, as the need
arises, support claims for injuries sustained or under provision of the Tort
Claims Act.

c. Comments of Labor Organizations

Comments were received from two labor organizations. One was in agreement
with the guidelines and offered no recommended changes. The second suggested
that "...reference should be made to the mutual obligation of agencies and
the unions representing their employees to bargain collectively on all matters
not specifically excluded by statute or government-wide regulation" and that
OPM should "...call the agencies* attention to the need of involving collect.
tive bargaining representatives in designing 'agreements' for the purpose of
training student volunteers."

In this regard, it is important to note that under 5 U.S.C. 3111(c) student
volunteers are not Federal employees for any purpose other than injury corn
pensation and tort claims purposes* Further, the agreements with educational
institutions are not formalized documents which outline organized training
programs.

de Uncompensated Service

Agencies requested clarification of uncompensated service as used in
5 U.S.C. 3111. Specific questions raised by agencies asked if they may
pay travel and transportation, provide benefits such as board and lodging,
and reimbursement of tuition for training. This matter is now being
reviewed, and guidance will be published under the FPM issuance system.

Students receiving stipends or other funds through fellowships, private
foundations, loans or grants administered by the U. So Office of Education
or other departments and agencies are not precluded from participating under
volunteer service programs established by 5 U.S.C. 3111.

e. Security Investigations

Under Executive Order 10450 each agency is required to establish a security
program, therefore, questions related to the need for background investiga.
tions should be addressed to the agency's personnel security officer. Gen-
erally, if a student volunteer is assigned duties in non-sensitive areas, there
will probably be no need for an investigation. On the other hand, if students
are assigned to duty locations where there is easy access to classified or sen-
sitive materials the agency should consider conducting an appropriate investi-
gation. Students assigned to duties of a critical sensitive or non-critical


itical sensitive or non-critical







FPM Ltr. 308-16 (3)


sensitive nature should undergo an appropriate investigation, including a
full-field investigation, as needed. Agency personnel offices should
consult with their personnel security officer for guidance.

3. Agencies are reminded that, in developing student volunteer service programs, appro-
priate recognition should be given to regulations governing: (1) protection of privacy
in personnel records, (2) standards of conduct required by E.O. 11222, and (3) avail-
ability of official information and disclosure. These regulations are codified in title
5 parts 297, 735, and 294 respectively. Students should be made aware of these regula-
tions in relationship to their assignment as volunteers. OPM intends to add a routine
use to Privacy Act notices of systems of records for the Central and Government notices
that would permit access by student volunteers whose assignments require them to use the
records.

4. Final regulations on the Acceptance of Volunteer Service, part 308, title 5 code of
Federal regulations were published in the Federal Register August 31, 1979.

5. This letter transmits a copy of subchapter 7 to FPM chapter 308 which provides guide-
lines for agency use in developing programs for acceptance of volunteer service. These
guidelines also incorporate, where appropriate, suggested language changes and modifica-
tion of definitions recommended by agencies.




Jule M. Sugarman
Deputy Director


Attachments




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Attachment 1 to FPM Letter 308-16


Subchapter 7: Acceptance of Volunteer Service

7-1 Purpose

The Civil Service Reform Act of 1978, Public Law 95-454, section 301
(5 U.S.C. 3111), authorized Federal departments and agencies to accept
on behalf of the United States Government volunteer service. This
chapter provides general guidance for agencies establishing educa-
tionally related work assignments for students in a nonpay status.

7-2 Definitions

As used in this chapter:

(1) "Volunteer Service" under 5 U.S.C. 3111 is limited to services
performed by a student, with the permission of the institution
at which the student is enrolled, as part of an agency program
established for the purpose of providing educational experience
for the student. Such student service is to be uncompensated
and will not be used to displace any employee or to staff a
position which is a normal part of the agency's work force.

(2) A "student" is an individual who is enrolled not less than half-
time in an accredited high school, trade school, technical or voca-
tional institute, junior college, college, university, or other accre-
dited educational institution. An individual who is a student
is deemed not to have ceased to be a student during an interim
between school years if that period is not more than 5 months and if
the student demonstrates to the satisfaction of the agency that he or
she has a firm intention of continuing to pursue a course of study or
training in the same or different educational institution during the
school term immediately after the interim period of absence.

(3) "Half-time student" is one enrolled in and carrying any combination
of courses, research projects or special studies which meets one half
or 50 percent of the minimum full-time academic workload standards and
practices of the institution in which the student is enrolled. In case
of doubt as to whether or not the student meets this statutory require-
ment, agencies should accept a written certification from the student's
school that he or she is enrolled half-time under its academic program.
The half-time requirement is statutory and agencies should make sure
that this standard is followed.

(4) "Agreement" is a written document developed jointly between the school
and agency to outline the responsibilities of each organization. It
should also be used to identify the conditions or limitations under
which students may receive unpaid career-related experience. Included
in such agreements should be the method, mutually agreed upon by each
organization, for maintenance of attendance and performance records,
particularly if the career-related assignment is for purpose of course
credit.






Attachment 1 to FPM Letter 308- 16


7-3 Objectives

The acceptance of student volunteer service enables departments and agencies
to contribute significantly to the enrichment of educational programs. In
addition to enriching the educational process, program objectives are:

(1) To bring about a stronger relationship between the efforts of educators
and the occupational needs of Federal employers and students.

(2) To provide opportunities for students to become involved in early
career exploration as a basis for making realistic decisions regarding
their future careers.

(4) To provide exposure to the work environment as a means of encouraging
students to develop work ethics and to acquaint them with various
Federal missions.

(4) To encourage student interest in new or developing occupations and
professions.

(5) To support affirmative action programs, through a career awareness
approach, to assure that ethnic and racial minorities, women and the
handicapped are informed of occupations available within Government.

7-4 Volunteer Service Agreements

General guidance. Each agency is authorized to develop student volunteer
programs best suited to meet its needs. Although written agreements are not
mandatory, it is recommended, based upon past experience with other student
programs, that volunteer programs be conducted through written agreements
with educational institutions or with non-profit organizations officially
designated by schools or boards of education to coordinate the placement of
students in nonpaid work assignments. Such organizations do not include
commercial placement services or organizations which charge either student
or agencies fees for placement referrals. The administrative level at which
agreements are executed is a matter for agency determination. Agency head-
quarters should issue instructions to their field activities to assure that
agreements developed at these levels are consistent with agency policy.

7-5 Student Eligibility and Status

A. Minimum Age. The selection of students to participate should be in
conformance with either Federal, State or local laws and standards
regarding the employment of minors.

B. Status. Students participating under agency programs are not considered
to be Federal employees for any purpose other than for-purposes:


(2)





Attachment 1 to FPM Letter 308-16 (3)




(1) Of the Federal Tort Claims provisions published in 28 U.S.C.,
2671 through 2680. Claims arising as a result of student partici-
pation are to be administratively processed by the agency in accor-
dance with regulations of the Department of Justice (28 U.S.C. 2672).

(2) Of title 5 U.S.C. chapter 81, relative to compensation for injuries
sustained during the performance of work assignments. Claims related
to injuries should be referred to the Office of Workers' Compensa-
tion Programs, U. S. Department of Labor for adjudication.

7-6 Documentation of Service

A. General. Although student volunteers are not Federal employees, their
service like any other type of volunteer service, may be creditable as
related experience under examination rating schedules. Additionally,
some participating schools, which award course credit for such service,
may require certification of periods during which students rendered service.
In light of this, volunteer service should be documented on the Standard
Form 50 (SF-50) "Notification of Personnel Action" or OPM approved excep-
tion, thereto. The SF-50 should be completed as shown on exhibits A and B
in appendix C to FPM chapter 308. Copies of the SF 50 should not be
forwarded to the Office of Personnel Management, nor should agencies
transmit data on student volunteers to the Central Personnel Data File
(CPDF). Each SF-50 must carry the remark: "Under 5 U.S.C. 3111, a student
volunteer is not a Federal employee for any purpose other than injury
compensation and laws related to the Tort Claims Act. Service is not
creditable for leave accrual or any other employee benefits."

B. Entrance-on-Duty. Student volunteer assignments should be documented as
"volunteer service-without compensation".

C. Separations. When the period of volunteer service has ended, an SF-50
must be prepared to show termination (not resignation). The SF-50
should also include under item 30, "Remarks," a statement of the total
service in hours or days rendered between the assignment and separa-
tion dates. Also included under the remarks should be a brief descrip-
tion of the duties performed and that termination is based on expiration
of assignment or the volunteer's request. Each SF-50 must carry the remark:
"Under 5 U.S.C. 3111, a student volunteer is not a Federal employee for any
purpose other than injury compensation and laws related to the Tort Claims
Act. Service is not creditable for leave accrual or any other employee
benefits."

D. Records. For each student volunteer, agencies should establish an
Official Personnel Folder (OPF) to contain copies of assignments, and
termination SF-50's and either an SF-171 or 173 of student volunteer.
These documents should be filed on the right (permanent) side of the
OPF. When volunteer service is terminated, the OFPF should be sent to
the National Personnel Records Center, following the instructions in
FPM Supplement 293-31.





Attachment 1 to FPM Letter 308- 16 (4)


E. Service Records Cards. An agency may, if it wishes, prepare an SF-7
service record card or similar document to record appointment and termi-
nation of student volunteers. If a SF-7 or similar agency record is
prepared, it must be annotated to show that periods of service were
not Federal employment.

7-7 Program Evaluation

Evaluation. Each agency should schedule periodic reviews and evaluations
of their student volunteer programs. Such reviews should form the basis
for establishing future program objectives. The review should include:

(1) Careful assessments of program in terms of its compliance with
5 U.S.C. 3111 and agency instructions. *|

(2) Evaluation of the program in terms of the agency's own goals
and objectives.

(3) An assessment of improvement in relationships with students and
schools with which the agency has agreements.

7-8 Program Implementation

A. Program responsibility. Each agency should designate a member of its
staff of its central and major subordinate organizations to keep cur-
rently informed on student volunteer programs. The responsibilities
of such staff should include the promulgation of internal instructions
and to serve as the focal point of contact with schools and other insti-
tutions interested in assigning students in nonpaid internships. Every i
effort should be made to inform student volunteers about employment
opportunities within the employing activity and the procedures to be
followed in order to qualify for career appointments.

B. Field Advisory Service. Agency field activities should be kept informed
of new developments or changes in agency policy. Additionally, each
field activity should designate a member of its staff to carry out the
primary responsibilities for the program and to serve as liaison with
officials of educational institutions.

C. Public Affairs. Coverage of student volunteer programs should be
included in public information and public relations activities of
agencies whenever appropriate.

7-9 Equal Opportunity

Heads of departments and agencies have the responsibility for providing
leadership in establishing, maintaining, and carrying out a continuing
affirmative action program designed to promote equal employment opportunity.
This policy of equal opportunity applies to, and must be an integral part
of, every aspect of agency personnel policy and practice in employment,
development, advancement, and treatment of employees. The policy also
applies in the selection of student volunteers even though they are not
deemed to be employees.






(5) Attachment 1 to FPM Letter 30816


Agencies should also be cognizant of the fact that most students who volunteer
may be in the position financially to render service without compensation.
Nevertheless, efforts must be made to assure that all students have equal access
to participate under this program.

7-10 Relationship to Other Student Programs

Departments and agencies have for a number of years actively supported student
employment programs, i.e., summer employment programs, Stay-in-School and coop-
erative education programs authorized under provisions of E.O. 12015. Agencies
are reminded that each of these programs have specific objectives and should
continue to receive active support. Special concern was expressed over potential
adverse impact on the summer aide and summer employment programs; therefore, these
programs are not curtailed because of increased volunteer service during the sum-
mer months.

With the enactment of section 301 of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978, which
authorized the acceptance of volunteer service, both school officials and agency
representatives have expressed apprehension that less emphasis will be given to
the established student employment programs. The real concern relates to the
fact that most students in school today need the earnings from employment to
subsidize educational expenses. Additionally, they expressed concern regarding
the possibility of morale problems if students, both volunteer and those paid
for services rendered, were simultaneously scheduled to the same duty assignments;
therefore, agencies should make every effort to design volunteer programs to
avoid conflict with established student employment programs.

Agencies should establish time limits on the amount of volunteer service accepted
from a specific individual to avoid situations developing that imply that ser-
vice with an agency during the school year will insure a job in the future.

The Federal Government, as an employer, in supporting employment programs
for students has provided an example of outstanding leadership for other
employers within our economy. Agencies are urged to continue the support
of all student programs.

7-11 Security Investigation

Under Executive Order 10450 each agency is required to establish a security
program, therefore, questions related to the need for background investiga-
tions should be addressed to the agency's personnel security officer* Gem-
erally, if a student volunteer is assigned duties in non-sensitive areas,
there will probably be no need for an investigation. On the other hands it
students are assigned to duty locations where there is easy access to classi-
fied or sensitive materials, the agency should consider conducting an appro-
priate investigation. Students assigned to duties of a critical sensitive
or non-critical sensitive nature should undergo an appropriate investigation,
including a full-field investigation, as needed. Agency personnel offices
should consult with their personnel security officer for guidance.





Attachment 1 to FPM Letter 308 -16 (6)


7-12 Privacy, Standards of Conduct, and Disclosure of Information

Agencies are reminded that, in developing student volunteer service programs,
appropriate recognition should be given to regulations governing: (1) pro-
tection of privacy in personnel records, (2) standards of conduct required by
E.O. 11222, and (3) availability of official information and disclosure.
These regulations are codified in title 5 parts 297, 735, and 294 respectively.
Students should be made aware of these regulations in relationship to their
assignment as volunteers.
7-13 Reporting
The Office of Personnel Management, as a basis for consolidation of statis-
tical and other data regarding Government-wide participation is requiring
an annual report for the Calendar Year 1979. This report should be sub-
mitted not later than January 18, 1980. Reports should be submitted not later
than January 1980. This report has been cleared in accordance with
FPMR 101-11.11 and assigned interagency report control number 0231-OPM-OT.

Agency reports should cover the results of their own evaluation and should
address results, any problems encountered, and recommendations. As a minimum,
a statistical summary should be included to show the number of participants,
academic levels, and the State in which students provided volunteer service
during the period January 1979 through December 31, 1979. The data should
be submitted in the following format:




ACADEMIC LEVEL


TOTAL W cn
STATE OF
DUTY STATION 0 0
0 M0





ALABAMA
ALASKA _
ARIZONA ___
--^^^ ----------- ---- -- --
*MARYLAND
*VIRGINIA _____

WYOMING
WASHINGTON. D. C. SMSA
TOTAL ALL AREAS ---_____----
*Not in Washington, D. C., SMSA


Beginning with Calendar Year 1980, there will be need for a periodic
(quarterly) summary of participants. A reporting requirement and methodology,
probably through a new 113 report series, is being developed, Specific
instructions will be issued under a separate Federal Personnel Manual issuance
after appropriate consultations and clearances.








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