Strategic Volunteer Management Training Series
The next SVMTS session: October 25, 2018.
Strategic Volunteer Management Training Series (SVMTS) is a training series on organizing and implementing an effective volunteer program in a nonprofit or government organization. The interactive curriculum is based on the newest research and effective practices in the industry, and is packaged in an easy-to-use format.
Volunteer Management Topics covered in the series include:
Understanding Volunteering: Exploring the Heart of the Volunteer Sector
Planning Your Volunteer Program: Building a Solid Foundation
Recruiting and Placing Volunteers: Matching Volunteer Skills with Service Needs
Orienting and Training Volunteers: Achieving Service Excellence
Supervising Volunteers: Maximizing the Volunteer Experience
Evaluating Your Volunteer Program: Improving Results Through Data and Feedback
Each participant receives a workbook with resources, copies of the power point slides and templates.
SVMTS is targeted to experienced volunteer administrators, program managers, and those who need to resturcture their current volunteer programs to meet more community needs.
The cost of the SVMTS course is $280 for nonmembers. HOSC Community Partners and AmeriCorps members are entitled to the special rate of $150. (A Community Partner is an organization that has paid the annual agency fee or has a signed MOU with our Senior Corps-RSVP program.)
One-day SVMTS is held from 9 am to 4 pm at HandsOn Suburban Chicago's office located at Forest View Educational Center, 2121 S. Goebbert Rd, Arlington Heights, IL 60005.