Why virtual volunteering matters
The lines between onsite and online volunteers are becoming blurred. As technology and social media become completely embedded in our culture, volunteers are expecting and migrating toward more flexible opportunities. A comprehensive volunteer program includes both with similar management techniques.
Talk to virtual volunteering experts Susan Ellis and Jayne Cravens, coauthors of The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook, in CausePlanet’s upcoming author interview to uncover answers to these questions:
- Why are virtual volunteers essential to your organization?
- How do you overcome objections to virtual volunteering?
- How do you design virtual volunteering assignments?
- How do you screen, interview and orient online volunteers?
- How do you evaluate and recognize virtual volunteers?
Join CausePlanet founder Denise McMahan and coauthors Susan Ellis and Jayne Cravens for this exclusive interview on Thursday, July 23, at 11:00 Central Time.
Register now for this FREE interview for all LANO members. (The link requires LANO network sign-in to register.) This opportunity is generously provided thanks to the support of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation.
See more with the new Page to Practice™ summary of Ellis and Cravens’ book.
Simply log in at the top right corner of CausePlanet’s home page (www.causeplanet.org) and fill in your registered email with LANO and “Password1”. Click on “Summary Library” to see The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook and other titles.