Association of Leaders in Volunteer Engagement

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Event Name:Principles & Practices of Volunteer Program Management
Event Type(s):Training
Description:Come develop and strengthen your volunteer program with NYAVA’s signature volunteer management course.  The Principles & Practices of Volunteer Program Management provides 2 days of intensive instruction on the essential elements of an effective volunteer program. You will work in an interactive group setting with our two experienced instructors and your volunteer management peers to build skills that will be immediately useful to your program. Whether you are building the foundation of a new volunteer program or enhancing your current work with volunteers, Principles & Practices contains the tools you will need to face the challenges of volunteer management.
 
Event Date:10/21/2019 - 10/22/2019
Event Time:9:45 AM - 5:00 PM Eastern
Location:American Red Cross
520 West 49th Street
New York, NY 10019

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Contact Person:Gerald (Jerry) Pannozzo
(phone: 6466372118)
Details:

Day 1 will cover: Needs Assessment, Job Design, Marketing, Screening/Interviewing, and Orientation/Training
Day 2 will cover: Retention, Leadership Styles and Strategies, Organizational Culture, Supervision and Feedback, Recognition, and Program Evaluation

Registration Options:

  • NYAVA, WAVA, GNYADVS, VPA, Senior Service Provider Volunteer Coalition of NYC, Jewish Board, and UJA Federation Members - $200.00
  • Non-members - $240.00
  • Registration and New Membership - $250.00
  • Americorps or NYC CivicCorps Members - $50.00 (Note: This price is limited to the first 5 discounted registrations and proof of service will be required.)
Links:http://https://www.nyava.org/principles-practices ?srh=Principles+%26+Practices+of+Volunteer+Program+Management+
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10/21/2019 - 10/22/2019
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