Calendar of Conferences, Workshops and Seminars By Date

The conferences and workshops listed here are single events sponsored by many different organizations, arranged by date. To be included, a program must offer substantial volunteer management content and be open for registration to the public. If you want to find a specific location, please use the keyword search -- but do consider traveling to meet new colleagues while you increase your skills!

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2018

October

10/26/2018
Sioux Falls, SD
No
Organizational Sponsor: Sioux Empire DOVIA

Does your current volunteer program need some REJUVENATION? Join us for the 11th Annual Volunteer Managers Conference hosted by DOVIA of the Sioux Empire to learn how to REVITALIZE your volunteer program. Spend the day networking with Volunteer Managers from across the Midwest, while keynote speaker, Beth Steinhorn, from VQ Strategies provides insight on volunteer engagement solutions, maximizing your resources, and leveraging volunteers for impact and success. Join us October 26, 2018 to be REVITALIZED!

Early Bird Registration Fee — Prior to September 1, 2018
$75.00 Sioux Empire DOVIA Member
$100.00 Non Member

Registration Fee — Deadline is October 12, 2018
$90.00 Sioux Empire DOVIA Member
$120.00 Non Member

Online Registration - https://2018doviasd.eventbrite.com

On-site Only

November

11/07/2018
No
Organizational Sponsor: Twenty Hats

How would you like to master an interviewing technique that increases the retention and overall fit of highly specialized, high commitment volunteers ― volunteers like the docents, advocates, or group leaders that you need to sustain your program? Behavior-based interviewing has been demonstrated to lower volunteer drop out rates and raise the average volunteer time commitment.

Learn how to:

  • Craft behavior-based interview questions that zero right in on the competencies you seek – including professional skills and interpersonal strengths
  • Interview with behavior-based questions to achieve objective results
  • Evaluate a candidate’s responses to minimize the “maybe” zone and know which volunteers to bring on board
Online Only