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  • Volunteering contributes to workplace skills Volunteering has a generally positive effect on career Career related reasons important Top 3: Outside NA/US Important to help others – 4.09 / 4.41 Do something for professional/cause important to me – 3.85 / 4.15 Gain a new perspective on things – 3.83 / 3.88 Top way 1 st heard: asked by another volunteer or at a meeting/conference/event. Closely related was asked by staff member The Internet Society 02/04/13
  • Doorways: Personal ask, Face-to-face encounter, Connection Barriers: Time, Location, Meaning The Internet Society 02/04/13

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  • 1. Who Are Today’s Volunteers?The Internet Society - celebrating 20 years “Imagine, Plan, Act!” Global Chapter Leaders Workshop
  • 2. What Are Their Key Characteristics? Vested Interested incareer/professional development Interested in doing something for our Time-constrained profession / causeThe Internet Society - celebrating 20 years “Imagine, Plan, Act!” Global Chapter Leaders Workshop
  • 3. What are the doorways …  Personal Ask  Face-to-Face encounter  Connection and barriers?  Time  Location  MeaningThe Internet Society - celebrating 20 years “Imagine, Plan, Act!” Global Chapter Leaders Workshop
  • 4. Where Can I Find Volunteers? • In your business • Through your vendors, colleagues & peers • Through other volunteersThe Internet Society - celebrating 20 years “Imagine, Plan, Act!” Global Chapter Leaders Workshop
  • 5. How Do I Sign Them Up? Start smallThe Internet Society - celebrating 20 years “Imagine, Plan, Act!” Global Chapter Leaders Workshop
  • 6. What Will They Do? Think outcomes, not titlesThe Internet Society - celebrating 20 years “Imagine, Plan, Act!” Global Chapter Leaders Workshop
  • 7. How Will They Succeed? • Clearly defined task • Measurable outcomes • Training • Continuous communication • CoachingThe Internet Society - celebrating 20 years “Imagine, Plan, Act!” Global Chapter Leaders Workshop
  • 8. How Will We Celebrate Success? Recognize effort Reward resultsThe Internet Society - celebrating 20 years “Imagine, Plan, Act!” Global Chapter Leaders Workshop
  • 9. Volunteers in Action… ISOC Bangalore: Empowering Young Minds through Internet & Computer Education ProjectThe Internet Society - celebrating 20 years “Imagine, Plan, Act!” Global Chapter Leaders Workshop
  • 10. TIME TO SHARE! It’s a work in progress – all ideas are welcome!www.internetsociety.org
  • 11. Thank You!www.internetsociety.org