Volunteer Resources Management Overview

Effective engagement of volunteer talents and skills is essential to most nonprofit organizations. This class offers an introduction to the basic elements of successful volunteer engagement today, including organizational readiness, recruitment, onboarding, supervision and coaching, policies and data management. Throughout this class we will give you the time to assess your nonprofit, both independently and in small groups.  This assessment process offers an excellent opportunity to take a fresh look at your current practices, and to identify opportunities for your organization to increase its capacity to manage volunteer resources. 

In collaboration with HandsOn Greater Richmond, the Greater Richmond Association for Volunteer Administration (GRAVA), and the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration (CCVA), Nonprofit Learning Point offers students the opportunity to earn a Certificate in Volunteer Resources Management based on a national Volunteer Management Training Series curriculum. This course is the first in this four-part series. This is the final time this series will be offered.

To learn more about the Certificate in Volunteer Resources Management, please visit the Programs page.

Monday, September 11, 2017 - 9:00am to 4:30pm
1 slot available