Live Online Training
Let's play volunteer staffing B-I-N-G-O! How to fill the right seats on a half empty bus
September 22, 2021 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
How to effectively recruit, onboard, retain, and support a skills based volunteer program under COVID stressors, requirements, and staffing shortages, while providing real solutions for what is now daily shelter operations.
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On Demand Training
Creating a Culture of Engagement with Staff and Volunteers - Imagine an environment where staff and volunteers work together seamlessly to meet the needs and advance the mission of your organization. This module is designed to help you: understand what a Culture of Engagement is, understand how a culture of engagement would benefit your organization, recognize some of the common challenges organizations experience when working to develop a Culture of Engagement, have ideas to help you overcome the challenges, and develop an action plan for building a Culture of Engagement.
Foundations of Volunteer Engagement - In the rush to engage volunteers in our mission, we often forget to do a very important task: Plan for them. When you're having a party you need to figure out the details: Where will it be held? Who will you invite? What food will you serve? How will you make sure everyone is having a good time? You need to do the same thing when you are building a volunteer program. This learning module will help you do that planning. Your volunteers, and staff, will thank you!
Implementing Social Change with Volunteers- Volunteers are dedicated and passionate about our organizations' missions when it comes to social change and new procedures we cannot leave them out of the conversation. In this module you will learn how to implement progressive social changes, ideas and protocols in animal welfare with your volunteer program.
Skills Based Volunteer Engagement - This module is designed to help you start and complete projects that will use Skills Based Volunteers (SBV) to benefit your organization, staff, community and the animals in your care. By the end of the course, you should be ready to plan for such projects; communicate with, train and support SBVs in your area; and develop ways to show your appreciation for these generous individuals. Using SBVs in a targeted way can help you build capacity for all the mission-driven programs your organization wants to offer.
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