Recorded January 13, 2014
1 Hour Training
FREE for YIPA members
$20 for non-YIPA members
Volunteers are a vital part of many youth serving organizations. However, too often programs are left wondering how to best manage volunteers to get the outcomes they desire while providing a meaningful experience for their volunteers.
If this is you, rest assured you are not alone, and volunteer retention and motivation will be key to your success. In this webinar, discover how to use “Points of Contact Analysis” to better establish a motivating atmosphere for your new and current volunteers.
If your organization depends upon volunteers, don’t miss this great opportunity to learn this important skill in establishing a more effective and satisfying relationship with your volunteers.
As part of the University of Minnesota’s Extension Center for Youth Development, Extension Educator Heidi Haugen gives leadership to volunteer systems development and youth worker training at regional, state, and national levels. Based in Extension’s Brainerd Regional Office, Heidi serves as a certified instructor with the Minnesota Association of Volunteer Administrators (MAVA) and as a staff advisor to the Minnesota 4-H Adult Volunteer Association.
- Understand the basics of volunteer motivation and retention.
- Use “points of contact analysis” to better establish a motivating atmosphere for volunteers.
- Describe new ways to attract and motivate both new and long-time volunteers to avert high turnover.
Each of YIPA’s trainings are designed around MyYouthPro’s Competency Framework. The competency focus of this training is: THE FIELD OF YOUTH INTERVENTION
- Online Training
- January 13, 2014
- 1 Hour Training
- FREE for YIPA members
- $20 for non-YIPA members
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