[Upcoming Webinar] Professional Development: Using Your Skills to Get Ahead and Help Others

Sharpen your skills with a best practice network webinar from VolunteerMatch and ACCPAs a corporate responsibility professional, you understand the importance of focusing on complex social issues and creating social change.

But what about creating positive change in yourself to gain a wider and deeper perspective of your role and the overall work of your company?

In this month’s Best Practice Network (BPN) Webinar, hosted by ACCP, you’ll learn how to step out of your comfort zone to gain professional development, with a focus on pro bono volunteering.

We’ll hear from two thought leaders in both volunteerism and professional development:

  • Katherine Campbell, Executive Director at Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration (CCVA), manages professional credentialing programs for leaders of volunteers.
  • Amanda MacArthur, Vice President of Global Pro Bono & Engagement at PYXERA Global, designs and implements corporate social responsibility programs for the public and private sector focused on skills-based volunteerism.

Both have extensive backgrounds in designing volunteer programs that benefit the organization, company, and individual.

Both are also authors in VolunteerMatch’s new book Volunteer Engagement 2.0: Ideas and Insights Changing the World. They are just 2 of the 35 volunteer engagement experts sharing their knowledge on what’s next in volunteer engagement. Tweet during the webcast for your chance to win a FREE copy! The best Tweet that includes the hashtag #35Experts will be chosen and announced after the webcast!

It’s happening Monday August 17, 2015 at 11am – 12pm PT (2pm – 3pm ET).

Reserve your spot today.

Please note, this webcast is only available to currently employed corporate philanthropy professionals who work for a for-profit corporation or a corporate foundation.

Have a webinar topic that you want to share with the world? We are now accepting BPN webinar proposals. Learn more.

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