Sharpen Your Volunteer Recruitment and Motivation Skills this January!

Posted on December 4, 2012. Filed under: Good Ideas Stick, Tips for HandsOn Partners |

Hey partners! We’ve got an awesome opportunity for you to sharpen up your volunteer recruitment and motivation skills this January. Spots are limited, so make sure to sign up before hand! Here’s all the details:

HandsOn Willamette Volunteer Management Training

Topic: Volunteer Recruitment & Motivation

Sponsored by United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley

Wednesday, January 16th from 8:30-10:00 am

Large conference room at the United Way

455 Bliler Ave NE, Salem, Oregon 97301

 

Accomplished trainer Tammy Baumann will help you enhance your volunteer management skills, while also providing you the opportunity to network and share management practices and challenges with other volunteer managers.

 

• Training is adapted from Betty Stallings Training Busy Staff to Succeed with Volunteers:  The 55-Minute Training Series and taught by professionals certified by Oregon Volunteers!
• Training is appropriate for volunteer managers and all staff who interface with volunteers
• Training includes effective volunteer management strategies and best practices to:

  1. Develop strategies for effective volunteer recruitment and outreach
  2. Identify key reasons why people volunteer
  3. Learn how to respond to differences in motivational needs

 

Limited spots available!  Register at this link.

 

Meet the Trainer: Tammy Baumann is a Parks Volunteer Services Specialist with the Oregon Parks & Recreation Department.  Tammy joined the State Parks family in June of 1997 and joined the volunteer services team in December 2006.  She earned her Certified in Volunteer Administration credentials from the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration in 2010.  Tammy holds an undergraduate degree in Communications from Marylhurst University and professional certification in Training and Development and Conflict Resolution and Mediation.  Tammy volunteers as the Treasurer for Cub Scout Pack 122 in Salem and in the youth programs at Salem Evangelical Church.  She served as the President of the Mid-Valley Volunteer Managers Association in 2011 and currently serves as the Association’s Immediate Past President. Since 2007, Tammy has served the Oregon Commission for Voluntary Action & Service, as a member of the Committee on Volunteerism representing volunteerism in state government.

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