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2018 - 2019 Volunteer Managers Network Registration

  • 11 Sep 2018
  • 9:00 AM
  • 11 Jun 2019
  • 12:00 PM
  • Meeting locations change every month

Registration

  • Monthly meetings from September to June

Register

The Volunteer Manager's Network is a community of practice for Volunteer Engagement Professionals in Guelph Wellington. Through monthly education, networking sessions and discussions, participants explore best practices, elevate volunteerism in the community and create a network of resources. 


We meet on the second Tuesday of the month from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. Each meeting is hosted at a different venue around Guelph/Wellington. Car pooling can be arranged. 


The 2018 - 2019 season overview:


September - Hot Topic: Time Management Tool Kit (bring your processes, systems ad tips that keep you organized) Location. St. Joseph's Health Centre.

Linamar Auditorium (main floor). Watch for posted signs directing you to meeting room. Please park in the main parking lot and bring your white parking tickets inside to be validated (therefore no cost)

 

October - Voices of Value: LGBTQ Inclusion Training with Jasper Smith, Education Coordinator at ARCH Location: Early On Centre at Stone Road Mall


November - Social Media Tips and Trends

December - Hot Topic: Engaging volunteers through training

January - Leadership Styles

February - Hot Topic: Innovation in Screening

March - Dementia Overview

April - Self Care - Eat to Stay Fueled

May - Liberating Structures

June - Year End Reflections and Future Planning


For inquiries and support, contact Kim Cusimano, Communications and Program Coordinator at kim@PINnetwork.ca or by phone at (519) 822-0912 ext. 229.  

Why you should join the network? This is what participants listed as the top reasons why they found the network a valuable experience. 
  1. A chance for continuing your education and keeping tabs on trends in volunteer engagement. 
  2. Generate and share new ideas. Plus there is a wealth of knowledge in the group, which is a great resource. 
  3. Building connections with PIN, The People and Information Network and other volunteer engagement professionals. 
  4. A practical way to build community and support one another. 
  5. A way to generate ideas to advocate for the field of volunteer engagement and your role. 

"The Volunteer Manager’s Network, organized by the PIN,  provides an opportunity to make connections with other professionals in the field, where we share ideas, problem solve, collaborate and learn!” Barb Carscadden, Manager, Community and Volunteer Engagement, East Wellington Community Services


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