Forum for Volunteer Managers

Forum for Volunteer Managers is a program of the Volunteer Center of Burlington County.  The purpose of the Forum is to provide managers of volunteers an opportunity to meet and exchange best practices, concerns, ideas, etc.; and to offer workshops of interest to managers of volunteers. 

Registered members receive the monthly meeting agenda via email.  No membership dues or charges for workshops.

To register for meeting notices E-mail volcenter@hotmail.com

The Forum maintains a blog: https://forumforvm.wordpress.com

Upcoming Meetings:

Burlington County Library, 5 Pioneer Blvd., Westampton:  (Meeting Room)

September 12th - Wedneday

October 10th - Wednesday

November 7th - Wednesday

December 12th - Wednesday

All Meetings Noon to 1:15 PM

 

Previous Meeting Topics:

Added value of Volunteers

Advocating for Volunteers

Best Practices

Biggest Challenges

Challenges Facing New Volunteer Managers 

Corporate Volunteer Recruitment

Demonstrating Volunteer Impact

Designing Volunteer Positions

Family Volunteer Opportunities

How Technology Impacts Volunteer Management Practices

How To Fire A Volunteer

Interaction & Communicating With Volunteers

Interviewing Potential Volunteers

Making the Most of Volunteer Resources on the Web

MLK Day Volunteer Opportunities

Marketing Tips

Networking

Non-Traditional Volunteer Opportunities

On-boarding A Volunteer

Pressing Challenges

Professional Development

Recognition Ideas

Recruitment Booth Displays

Recruiting  Millennial Volunteers

Recruiting Volunteers

Retention  Of Volunteers

Short-Term Volunteer Opportunities

Skilled Based Volunteers

Social Media Experiences

Social Media Practices

Social Media Protocol

Social Off-line Networking - (For "Forum" Members)

Staff - Volunteer Relationship

Time Consuming & Productive Tasks

Virtual/Cyber Volunteer Opportunities

Virtual Volunteer Opportunities & Management Practices

- Volunteer Management Trends

Volunteers & Employees Relations

Volunteers Who Are Resistance To Change

What Do Today's Volunteers Want

Working With Diverse Volunteers

Workplace Volunteers