All Resource Types Tagged "Skilled Volunteers"

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How Talent (Not Money) WIll Transform Your Organization The world is full of educated, experienced, talented people who care about community. They are passionate about causes. And they are willing – even yearning – to contribute strategy, expertise and skills to your organization. They are looking for meaningful, time-specific projects. They crave opportunities to act as project managers, legal advisors, financial strategists, online marketing gurus, business coaches, HR consultants (the list is endless). Sadly, nonprofit organizations are not yet stepping up to offer the opportunities these talented people desire. There are very few opportunities designed with these people in mind. Capacity Building, Engaging High Impact Volunteers, Staff Training Skilled Volunteers Training Materials
In Lieu of Money, Toyota Donates Efficiency to New York Charity This New York Times article provides an excellent example of a company providing their skilled volunteers to address the needs of a volunteer organization. Engaging High Impact Volunteers skilled, Skilled Volunteers Training Materials
Skilled Volunteer Interview: Social Media Specialist This is a 4 minute interview with a volunteer who served as a Social Media Specialist for the California State Library. Her volunteer Position Description can be found here: http://getinvolvedca.org/resource/position-descriptions/social-media-specialist Engaging High Impact Volunteers, Millenials Skilled Volunteers, Millennials, social media Training Materials
Successful Volunteer Recruitment Strategies for Baby Boomers & Generations that Follow This is a one hour archived webinar presented by Carla Lehn in February, 2012. Presenter slides and handouts are available at the link below. Do you ever wonder what motivates volunteers? Are you wondering where to find talented volunteers? What projects or programs do you have that will attract them? Baby boomers and the generations that follow are seeking new ways to use their skills and experience to make a difference in their communities. Your library is uniquely positioned to benefit from these volunteers. This webinar provides tools, techniques, and models for volunteer engagement. At the end of this one-hour webinar, participants will: Understand the potential for engaging high impact, skilled volunteers to assist public libraries. Know how to engage this talent to extend the library’s capacity in the community and to benefit from these new library advocates and supporters. Understand the motivations behind why people volunteer. Be able to create diverse and meaningful skilled volunteer positions that will attract a broad range of community volunteers, especially baby boomers. Plan to implement a variety of successful volunteer recruitment strategies that go far beyond the “Volunteer Here” sign on the Circulation Desk. ; Volunteer Recruitment, Baby Boomers, Engaging High Impact Volunteers, On-line Volunteer Recruitment Volunteer Recruitment, Skilled Volunteers, Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millenials Training Materials
Volunteer Engagement: Changing Our Volun teer Culture This Urban Libraries Council article by Joan Young of the San Jose Public Library describes the positive impact on their library of implementing a volunteer engagement strategy throughout their system. Capacity Building, Engaging High Impact Volunteers Skilled Volunteers Training Materials
Where do I go from here? Engaging Volunteers in New Ways This one hour archived webinar from 12/1/8/13 was presented by Jennifer Bennett from VolunteerMatch. It focuses on: How long do volunteers usually stay with your program? Do you struggle with keeping them interested, involved and engaged? This webinar will help you think about new strategies and help you evolve your program to include new roles and responsibilities for volunteers, pathways for more involvement and leadership positions in your program, how recognition plays a role in retention, and the importance of including continuing education and professional development to keep your volunteers engaged. Tools to help you evaluate your program implement new ideas are provided. Capacity Building, Engaging High Impact Volunteers Skilled Volunteers Training Materials
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