Managing Volunteers to Build Community Capacity
When: Tue., Jun. 19, 2018 (1:00 PM - 4:00 PM)
Where: W.M. Tokishi Training
Wellsboro, Pennsylvania 16901
registration deadline: June 15, 2018
Volunteers are the lifeblood of many communities. They provide critical services for community non-profits, faith-based organizations, and local governments.
This course will help your organization identify realistic strategies for investing in volunteer recruitment and management.
- Finding volunteers
- Engaging younger volunteers
- Identifying risks for volunteers helping your program
- Capturing the impact volunteers have on your organization
Working with Four Generations of Volunteers
Different generations of volunteers respond differently to recruitment, commitment, training, tasks, and even recognition.
Learn how to:
- Address the needs of four different generations of volunteers.
- Use strategies to recruit and recognize volunteers
- Provide flexibility in matching volunteers to tasks.
Tools for an Effective Volunteer Program
Whether you are a paid or a volunteer Volunteer Coordinator, there are many tools that will assist you in developing a strong volunteer experience in an organization.
Learn how to
- Write complete task descriptions and how they can help with recruitment, training and evaluation.
- Develop orientation and training programs that fit the needs of both the volunteers and your organization.
- Identify risks to volunteers as well as your clientele and implement policies through training.
- Plan recognition that meets the needs of different volunteers within your organization's budget.
For questions or more information, contact:
William Elmendorf, Ph.D.
Peter Wulfhorst, AICP