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Are you a volunteer manager looking to improve the way you plan your service projects? Are you gearing up for MLK Day of Service and looking for current ways to manage your project? Register here to learn from HandsOn Tech experts on the best practices to integrate technology and community service.
Credentialing in any profession increases credibility, promotes learning, and supports career development. Learn about this unique performance-based, self-study program for becoming Certified in Volunteer Administration, and how it can benefit you and your organization. Relevant for all types of settings, this international certification program is intended for individuals with at least 3 years of experience leading volunteer engagement. Presented by: Katherine H. Campbell, CVA, Executive Director, Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration
Register for this session to learn from experts Susan Ragsdale and Ann Saylor of YMCA Center for Asset Development to learn about eleven 3-4 hour service-learning experiences across a broad exploration of community issues that prompts youth to find �their� issue and passions.
Credentialing in any field increases credibility and promotes career development. Learn about this unique performance-based, self-study program for becoming Certified in Volunteer Administration, and how it can benefit you and your organization. Relevant for all types of settings, this session is recommended for individuals with at least 3 years of experience leading volunteer engagement. This session will also offer tips on how HandsOn affiliates can promote and support certification in their local communities.
Register for this session, led by expert Katie Stearns to explore a proven framework for leading, developing, managing and supporting large-scale days of service efforts.
Inspired by the legacy of Dr. King, America�s Sunday Supper invites people from diverse backgrounds to come together to share a meal, discuss issues that affect their community and highlight the power each one of us has to make a difference. Bring together your family or community for dinner and dialogue in a restaurant, coffee shop, community center, faith-based organization or your home and take action to make a difference on MLK Day of Service on January 16, 2013.
Get practical, real-life examples of how nonprofits are dynamically engaging volunteers in new ways through a new report called, Volunteer Engagement Stars. Through hard-hitting case studies, this webinar, led by Reed Dewey, will highlight the report, providing the business case for engaging volunteers across the entire organization. Glen O'Gilvie, CEO of the Center for Nonprofit Advancement says, "The report provides further evidence on how donors, volunteers, clients and our ambassadors are increasingly interchangeable. CEOs in this report tend to look at those who care about our work as stakeholders first, then as volunteers, board members and donors. Learn more about what's working in volunteer engagement and share your own lessons learned with peers. Reed Dewey is the principal of Volunteer Frontier, a consultancy helping nonprofits and government strategically engage volunteers for maximum impact. Reed served as Director of the Montgomery County Volunteer Center in Maryland until 2010. Prior to this post, Reed worked at the Points of Light Foundation and Volunteer Center National Network for many years where he provided technical assistance to volunteer centers, corporate volunteer Councils and Fortune 500 companies on volunteer engagement strategies.
Learn how to make your service project accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities, in this interactive training. This webinar will be led by experts Martha Rust and Ryan Coskrey.
Learn how to recognize your volunteers in this interactive training, led by leading experts Ann Saylor and Susan Ragsdale.
Learn how to translate your volunteer experience into work skills in this interactive training. This webinar will be lead by Kanesha Venning.