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November 2014

Pulling the Rug Out from Under Volunteer Involvement: Sudden Staff Changes

What are the consequences on volunteers and everyone else when the job of volunteer resources manager is eliminated or drastically changed?

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e-Volunteerism Journal Issue - October 2014 - January 2015

Feature Article

The Evolution of International Volunteer Managers Day

On November 5, 2014, for the 15th consecutive year, volunteer management professionals around the world will celebrate International Volunteer Managers Day (IVMDay). more

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Upcoming Everyone Ready® Online Training

Online training starts December 14

Turning Single Days of Service into Longer Volunteer Involvement

Trainer: Steve McCurley
Learn how to encourage volunteers to extend their commitments beyond the universal trend of serving for a single day or one-time event. If your organization is still attached to long-term volunteer positions, think about ways your organization can adapt and even thrive in the current era of short-term volunteers. Learn more

 

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Extensive library of materials about how to start and coordinate strategic volunteer engagement in any context. Browse dozens of how-to and overview subjects, each of which provides:

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Things We Love

Things We Love About Volunteers
Twenty-five full-color cartoons that celebrate the commitment and compassion of your volunteers. Show appreciation to volunteers in a fun, humorous way.

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