Survivor 101 - Amping Up Volunteer Engagement

The next workshop in Metro Vancouver's Survivor 101 series is a first time offering. Hear how the presenting organizations are working on strengthening their volunteer engagement programs and enjoy their stories and lessons from the trenches. 

Don't risk losing or missing out on potential volunteers - keep your volunteers engaged and have opportunities for them to grow. Lessons and strategies conveyed in Survivor 101 - Amping Up Volunteer Engagement: Seeking and Keeping Talent will focus on what it takes to build a robust volunteer program from some great organizations and events - large and small.

Participants are encouraged to share any burning questions they might want addressed during the discussion and through the presentations.  Please submit questions to michelle.wong@metrovancouver.org by March 23.

Presenters:
Laurie Clegg, Coordinator, Volunteer Services, Arts Umbrella
Marnie Perrin and Elias Rhajiak, Surrey International Children’s Festival
Lindsay Baker, Vancouver Aquarium and Administrators of Volunteer Resources in BC
Brade Stanton, Volunteer Coordinator, Vancouver Folk Music Festival and VIFF

Saturday, March 28, 2015 , 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
South Bonson Community Centre
10932 Barnston View Road, Pitt Meadows
Registration Fee: $20
Click here to register.

Parking is free in the lot behind the building for those registered. Please pick up a parking pass at the registration desk on the day of the event and display on the dash of your vehicle.

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