Roundtables & Workshops

Join us for a series of workshops and roundtables. Roundtables are guided discussions with a different focus topic each time, facilitated by an expert in the field. Ask questions, share strategies, learn about helpful resources, and network.

Upcoming Roundtable

December 6th | 8:30 – 10:00 a.m.

Sticky Issues

Join us as we talk through some of the tough scenarios that we encounter with our volunteers. Members have the opportunity to troubleshoot, share resources, and identify courses of action to address issues with the feedback from the group. This is a fun round table, and is always well-attended! We hope to see YOU there in December.

Fee: Free to both Members & Non-members
Location: Japanese Friendship Garden • 2215 Pan American Rd E, San Diego, CA 92101
RSVP: Click  here

Past Events

Never Stop Learning | A discussion on where to go for resources
Volunteer Recognition on a Budget
It’s All About the Numbers: Volunteer ROI
Maintaining Personal and Professional Boundaries with Volunteers
Exploring Volunteer Management Software
Corporate and Large Volunteer Groups
Creating Successful Projects with Corporate Volunteers
Dept. of Labor Guidelines for Proper and Legal Volunteer Involvement
From Episodic Volunteers to Ongoing Volunteers
Guiding Difficult Conversations with Confidence
Leveraging Social Media for Volunteer Engagement
Multi-generational Volunteers
Online Recruitment
Promoting the Value of Volunteer Management Throughout Your Organization
Recognition on Low or No Budget
Risk Management
Sticky Issues
Taking Care of YOU (and your volunteers)
Volunteer Horror Stories (and their solutions)
Working with Interns
Managing Volunteer Transitions
Exploring Volunteer Management Software

Embracing Change
Show us the Money! Funding, Freebies, and Friends
Recruitment Basics
Leadership in a Changing World: Big Shifts That Will Transform Volunteerism for the Better, Guest Trainer: Tobi Johnson
Strategies for Persuasion and Influence, Guest Trainer: Betty Stallings
The Whole Human Race and Me: An Experience in Diversity
Working Through Difficult Volunteer Situations

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