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Corporate Institute > A Billion + Change
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generationOn > Youth Leadership
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HandsOn Network, the volunteer-focused arm of Points of Light Institute, is the largest volunteer network in the nation and includes more than 250 HandsOn Action Centers in 16 countries. HandsOn includes a powerful network of more than 70,000 corporate, faith and nonprofit organizations that are answering the call to serve and creating meaningful change in their communities. Annually, the network delivers approximately 30 million hours of volunteer service valued at about $600 million.


HandsOn University is committed to providing best-in-class tools and resources for anyone interested in taking action that changes the world. From nonprofits and governments to companies and individual volunteers, you will find resources to support your work.

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Thu Oct 24 2013 at 03:00 pm EST
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Tue Mar 4 2014 at 01:59 pm EST
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Thursday Dec 9, 2010
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Points of Light staff will discuss the MLK Day Grant RFP, the scoring rubric, and things to look for when scoring proposals. We will review the timeline for proposal review, the process for selecting winners and answer questions.
This class is designed exclusively for the Visa Volunteer Program pilot in Foster City, CA. This session will prepare Visa volunteer leaders to explain the Practical Money Skills volunteer pilot project and train Visa volunteers to deliver Practical Money Skills lesson(s) and interact with students.
During this webinar, Financial Opportunity Corps members will learn about guidelines and templates you will utilize to collect and report data for the corps program evaluation.
Points of Light invites you to submit a proposal to present a workshop at the 2014 Conference on Volunteering and Service in Atlanta, Ga. This webinar will help you navigate the proposal development and submission process. We�ll look at elements of a strong proposal, an overview of the Conference, the Call for Presenters timeline and how to utilize the online CFP system. Visit to learn more about the Conference and submit your proposal before November 8, 2013.
This webinar is for 9/11 Day of Service Grantees to learn more about the marketing and communications strategy for 9/11 disaster preparedness projects.
Register here to review the policies and procedures for evaluating and reporting 9/11 disaster preparedness projects.
HandsOn University
National Service
Recorded: Aug 07, 2013 at 11:00 am EST
VISTA Supervisor Training in Atlanta, Georgia: 8/5-8/7
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
Please Join Grelia Soliz, Emergency Management Specialist at Volunteer Arlington and National HON Disaster Committee member as she presents Volunteer Arlington�s Volunteer Emergency Support Team (VEST) and how they engage these volunteers in preparing their community year round!
This call will cover the following: 1) Reporting 2) Compliance 3) Distribution of funds 4) Sharing stories/photos Please mark your calendars and ensure there is a representative from your organization on this call as this is a requirement for funding. If you are unable to attend this training via computer, you can use the following call-in information but we encourage you to use a headset to participate in this training. Call information: 1-888-619-1583 5411580 If you have any registration or log-in questions, please email Stephanie Manciagli at [email protected]
Be Prepared! Please Join Gilbert Gonzales, Disaster Services Manager at Volunteer Los Angeles and National HON Disaster Committee member as he walks through how he has built out a Virtual Volunteer Reception Center (VRC) on the HandsOn Connect platform!
Volunteer Leaders are individuals in our communities committed to investing their time, ideas, resources and experiences to lead others in service for social good. Military Veterans, who have already gained years of experience in giving back to their country, are a natural fit to be volunteer leaders with their skills and practice in the service sector. Register for this session to learn the best practices for identifying, empowering, and engaging military Veterans as Volunteer Leaders.
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