WEB15 Volunteering Today: Motivations, Expectations, Relevant Trends


Is it time to revisit how you engage certificants and others as volunteers? Are your practices in sync with what today’s volunteers want and expect? This on-demand webinar offers an opportunity to take a fresh look at this important aspect of your operation and to learn some practical tips related to crafting recruitment messages, sustaining commitment, and recognizing volunteer contributions. Relevant motivation and expectation trends are discussed and strategies for inviting, supporting, and acknowledging volunteer involvement are shared.

Audience: All levels of credentialing professionals
Format: Format: On-demand Webinar (c) 2015
Duration: Approximately 1 hour, including time for Q&A


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Non-member price: $30

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Katherine Campbell, CVA, CVA Certification for the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration
As the Executive Director for CCVA, Katie also serves as an ex-officio non-voting member of the Board of Directors. She has worked in the field of nonprofit and volunteer management for over 30 years as practitioner, author, trainer and leader. Her career began in 1973 at the Philadelphia Family Court where she helped develop an extensive volunteer program to provide support services to the probation officers and their young clients. For 14 years she worked at the Virginia Office of Volunteerism, eventually becoming director. And from 1997 to 2003 she served as executive director of the Association for Volunteer Administration (AVA), the international professional association for leaders and managers of volunteer programs. Katie has authored and co-authored several articles and publications and served as adjunct faculty at Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Virginia and Tidewater Community College.