Webinar: Developing Your Volunteer Engagement Plan: Steps to Get Started

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Presented on Wednesday, May 9, 2012

This free webinar series shows organizations how to sustain and even expand capacity in a time of economic scarcity by engaging the time, talents and experience of skilled volunteers.

Participants will learn how organizational leaders can adjust their mindset about volunteers to increase volunteer engagement and extend their organization’s reach. This new mindset can positively impact organizational culture and leadership. Participants will discover new, tested principles and practices that align organizational needs and volunteer interests and learn how embracing these changes can produce results.

Each 45-minute webinar features:

  • New, researched-based knowledge about leveraging volunteer engagement for organizational interests
  • Expert guidance from leaders in the civic engagement field
  • Opportunities to dialogue, share stories and problem solve with other participants
  • “Top Ten Takeaways” you can apply in your volunteer program immediately

Who Should Attend:

Leaders in the aging services network

About the Presenter:

Throughout her career, Sabrina L. Reilly, MA has been an imaginative leader envisioning new ways to tap America’s older adult population as a new resource to meet critical community needs.

Currently, Sabrina serves as Vice President for Growth and Outreach at Capital Caring, one of the nation’s oldest and largest hospice and palliative care providers. Previously, she directed Age4Action, a national tri-sector collaboration of government, corporate and nonprofit stakeholders working on behalf of continued older adult community engagement through work, service, learning and leadership.

She led the multi-million dollar RespectAbility initiative at NCOA, which developed models to position public and nonprofit organizations to harness older adults in leadership-level roles.  Sabrina also has held leadership positions at the National Senior Service Corps at the Corporation for National and Community Service and AARP.

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