Volunteer Program Management: Part 4

Are you feeling overwhelmed or lost with the day-to-day operation of your volunteer program? Have you recently been tasked with building a successful volunteer base for your agency? Running a successful volunteer program requires implementing smart management systems and procedures. This half day session is the fourth of a 4-part series exploring Volunteer Program Management. Topics covered in this session include: Volunteer Program design, job descriptions, and volunteer management cycle. Participants are encouraged to bring relevant challenges as we troubleshoot together.


Topics Addressed: volunteer management, decision making, team management, communication, evaluation


Level: Introductory level course


Who should attend? 

  • Volunteer managers interested in detailed instruction about how to implement a volunteer program. 
  • CNM Members working toward a Volunteer Management Certificate.
  • Note: This class is part of a 4-class series. You must sign up for all 4 courses in the same series. Because the participants are in a cohort, individuals may not sign up for just a single course.

Method of Facilitation: interactive lecture, group activities, discussion 


This work will amplify the impact of nonprofits by helping participants:

  • Design an effective volunteer program that best utilizes technology trends.
  • Successfully identify and manage risk associated with volunteer engagement.
  • Understand outcomes vs. outputs and the power of collecting data.
  • Document where your program is now, where you want to see it in a year, and what concrete steps you need to take to get there.


Instructor(s)
Julie Abbott, Nonprofit and Volunteer Relations Coordinator, Hands On Nashville
Date/Time
May 18, 2018; 8:30 AM to May 18, 2018; 12:00 PM

Fee
$65.00 for Members; $135.00 for nonmembers; $40.00 for students
Level

Subject Area(s)
Volunteer Management
Location
Center for Nonprofit Management

Registration

This workshop has already started and registrations are no longer being accepted. If you are interested in taking this course, please refer to the list below to find another time with the course will be offered.

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