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United Way Partnership Training

2012 Volunteer Management Training Series

In partnership with the Utah Commission on Volunteers, the United Way of Salt Lake and the Thayne Center for Service & Learning at Salt Lake Community College are excited to offer a FREE volunteer management training series to all nonprofit community partner organizations.

Organizations attending the training will learn about planning and organizing a volunteer program, recruiting, retaining, and recognizing volunteers, creating orientations and trainings, and much more! Organizations will also have the opportunity to network and learn from each other throughout these highly interactive sessions.

Training Dates and Topics:
Thursday March 22nd
Retention & Recognition; Volunteer/Project Matching

Thursday April 26th
Thursday May 3rd (repeat of April 26 session)
Recruiting, Orienting, and Training Volunteers

Thursday May 31st
Planning & Organizing Volunteer Programs; Policies & Procedures

Thursday June 28th
Social Media Outreach; Partnering with Higher-Ed

Thursday July 26th
Assessment: Supervision, Evaluation, and Program Effectiveness

All trainings are held at the Salt Lake Community College Taylorsville Redwood Campus in the Student Event Center. Breakfast and parking validations are provided. Carpool when possible and park in the Visitor Lot on the north side of the Student Center: MAP.

If you do plan to attend the trainings, RSVP to volunteercenter@uw.org.

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