All Resource Types Tagged "Staff Training"

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Directory of Volunteer Engagement Professional Associations by Geographic Region Looking for a place to meet up with other volunteer engagement professionals for networking and problem solving? A list of DOVIAs (Directors of Volunteers in Agencies) and other similar groups around the country is maintained here, Capacity Building, Staff Training DOVIA, Professional Development, Professional Association Management Tool
Engaging the Volunteer of the Future This one-hour webinar by Jennifer Bennett of VolunteerMatch was archived on June 17, 2015: The age of one-size fits all volunteer engagement is coming to an end. This webinar will start with a review of some of the things that we know about what volunteers are looking for in an opportunity. It will then help you use this information to start designing volunteer opportunities and determining who is the “right” volunteer for your program. What You'll Learn: The trends that are influencing volunteer engagement and what that means for your program. How to create volunteer opportunities that match what volunteers are looking for now. How to take advantage of "word of mouth" recruitment by understanding what types of volunteers are right for your program. The role that social media can play in engaging the volunteer of the future. Baby Boomers, Engaging High Impact Volunteers, Millenials, Staff Training, VolunteerMatch Tools and Resources Training Materials
Engaging Volunteers from Diverse and Immigrant Communities The Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration (MAVA) has developed a set of 8 strategies for creating a more inclusive volunteer program at your organization. These strategies serve as a starting point for volunteer engagement leaders who are seeking concrete next steps for better engaging volunteers from diverse and immigrant communities. Capacity Building, Staff Training diverse, inclusive, immigrant Training Materials
Engaging Volunteers in Leadership Positions- St. Helena Public Library- TLA50 Video St. Helena Public Library presentation on using boomer and older adult volunteers in leadership roles to expand adult programming and build library capacity on a very limited budget. Baby Boomers, Capacity Building, Staff Training Video, adult volunteers, adult programming Training Materials
ESL Conversation Circles Toolkit This wiki from settlementatwork.org could be useful for staff designing and implementing ESL Conversation Circles, and also for training ESL Conversation Circle volunteers. Job Specific Volunteer Training, Staff Training Training Materials
Getting Staff Buy-In for Volunteer Engagement - San Jose Tips for successfully gaining Staff Buy-In for Volunteer Engagement developed by San Jose Public Library. Engaging Staff and Unions, Staff Training Training Materials
Getting Staff Buy-In for Volunteer Engagement Webinar Jennifer Rackow presents success stories on one of the more difficult challenges libraries have faced – getting buy in from library staff members who are initially resistant to engaging volunteers. (October 2010, 60 minutes) 
 Engaging Staff and Unions, Staff Training Staff Resistance, Webinar Training Materials
Getting Staff on Board- Story Time Conductors Former Roseville library director Rachel Delgadillo talks about how she worked with her Children's Librarians to overcome their resistance to volunteers in order to expand their library storytime program. (February 2010, 5 minutes) Capacity Building, Engaging Staff and Unions, Staff Training Video, Staff Resistance, Storytime, children's services Training Materials
Help for the Volunteer Engagement Coordinator This is a 3 minute interview with volunteer Kellie, who can on board as our volunteer Assistant Volunteer Coordinator at the California State Library. You can find her volunteer job description here: https://www.getinvolvedca.org/resource/position-descriptions/assistant-volunteer-coordinator Leadership/Managerial, Staff Training Training Materials
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

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