Forming, developing, operating and sustaining a Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) unit can be a challenging process. MRC unit leaders may be tasked with everything from determining the unit’s mission to alerting, activating, and demobilizing volunteers. These tasks can be difficult for even the most experienced volunteer managers and professionals. Compounding these challenges is the fact that many MRC unit leaders have multiple responsibilities and may spend less than 25 percent of their time engaged in MRC-related activities. As a result, these 4 courses seek to assist MRC unit leaders with managing the scope and complexity of their duties through interactive tools and templates.