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    • Presented by Susan Harmon, National Safe Place Organizational Advancement Director
      • Role of volunteers
      • Recruitment
      • Preparation and training
      • Retaining volunteers
      • Recognizing volunteers
      • Willingness to receive service
      • Administration and supervision
      • Respect and appreciation
      • What roles can volunteers play?
      • Responding to youth at sites
      • Assisting with Site checks
      • Performing presentations
      • Help with activities with youth
      • Assist with fund raising activities
      • Clerical and/or other administrative help
      • What else?
      • Media – newspaper (Helping Hands), radio and/or television PSAs,
      • Social networking sites/agency websites
      • Community presentations
      • United Way Volunteer Connection/local volunteer center
      • Faith communities
      • What else?
      • Potential volunteers complete applications
      • Solicit personal and professional references
      • Conduct criminal background checks
      • Conduct one on one interviews
      • Volunteers successfully complete training
      • Show appreciation – say thank you
      • Communicate regularly – phone calls, post cards, email/online communication, newsletters
      • Give them more to do – further engagement
      • What else?
      • Thank you notes, letters and cards
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      • Public recognition in newsletters and/or newspapers
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      • Certificates, gifts (mugs, other promotional items)
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      • Recognition events/awards banquets
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      • Volunteer awards: Bell Award, JCPenney Golden Rule Award etc.
      • What else?
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