Volunteer Training, Management and Recruitment
Friday, March 22, 2013
8:30 a.m. –3:30 p.m. on the UW Oshkosh campus
This workshop is designed for staff and board members of organizations who work with volunteers.
Issues covered include:
- Recruiting volunteers and sources of volunteers
- Preparing volunteer guidelines and policies
- Role of the volunteer coordinator
- Job descriptions and performance standards
- Volunteer management
- Motivating volunteers
- Volunteer recognition
- Terminating volunteers
A comprehensive Volunteer Policy Manual and Volunteer Handbook are provided each participant.
The fee for this workshop is $110, and it includes materials and morning refreshments. Lunch is on your own.
Boris Frank of Boris Frank Associates brings more than 30 years of nonprofit experience to his marketing, management, fund-raising, development and strategic planning workshops. As a presenter, Frank brings an inspiring approach to the competitive world of nonprofit organizations and receives high praises from workshop participants.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Workshop participants can receive 0.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for their 6-hour participation in this workshop.
For more information, contact the Division of Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement at (920) 424-1129 or toll free (800) 633-1442.
Bunny Hansen, Division of Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
If UW Oshkosh Office of Continuing Education and Extension receives notice of cancellation 10 business days before the workshop, you will receive a full refund of fees, minus a $30 processing charge; No Refunds will be made for cancellations received after the registration deadline. No refunds will be given to no-shows. Registrations may be transferred to another person i n your organization at any time at no charge. Please inform us of such transfers in advance of the program, if possible. UW Oshkosh reserves the right to cancel any program due to insufficient enrollment, as well as the right to limit enrollment due to excessive demand.