Help Your Volunteers Be Great

Want to help your volunteers and volunteer prospects succeed in their new roles, but think you need help driving the point home? “How To Be A Great Volunteer” is a free web training from VolunteerMatch that can help your supporters get onto the path of growing and thriving in their new roles with your organization.

Hosted by two experienced nonprofit volunteer managers from the VolunteerMatch team, this training has been designed to impact those volunteers who are new to volunteering, wondering how to get more out of their volunteering experience, or having a hard time finding the right place to volunteer.

Among other things, “How to Be a Great Volunteer” walks participants through some of the training and screening tools nonprofits use, and helps volunteers be prepared to answer the kinds of questions nonprofits often ask in order evaluate that ever so elusive idea of “fit.”

Sound good? Be sure to share this post with the volunteers in your life.

VolunteerMatch Webinar: How To Be A Great Volunteer
Thursday, 4/15, 2010
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT
Register Now

What are some other ways to help volunteers prepare to succeed with your organization? Share them here.

(Photo: Making Beads, Dave Bezaire/Habitat for Humanity)

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4 thoughts on “Help Your Volunteers Be Great

  1. I missed this webinar, but I think it would be a great resource for some of the volunteers we are working with .Is there any time that this webinar will be offered again, or is there any way for me to get a copy of the slides?

  2. This is really a good initiative. There are many Volunteers willing to be a great volunteer but don’t know from where to start.

    You guys are really helping newbies to engage them in networking for good!

    Regards,
    Vijay

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