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Generating Volunteers
for Today, Tomorrow,
and the Future
Presented by:

Amber R. Hendrickson
Rural Volunteerism Coordinat...
PunkToad
27.4%

of residents
volunteer

27th among
50 states
and DC
http://www.volunteeringinamerica.gov/oh#sthash.Nq1w4Sfb.dpuf
More than 50% of the country has a
Volunteer Retention Rate of 65% or less.

http://www.volunteeringinamerica.gov/rankings...
Session Goal:

Empowerment
Founded- 2002
WHWT- 2006
250 VISTAs
Grants- $8.5 million
In-Kind- $7.9 million
Vol. Hours- 250 years
Rural
Volunteerism
Initiative
Phase 1: Surveys
Phase 2: 25 Practices
Phase 3:Outreach
ruralvolunteer.org
Recruitment
Current
Volunteers &
Skills
Who are you
missing?
palindrome6996
Baby Boomers
Recognize
their
expertise!
G
e
n

X
Be Efficient!
Millennials
Sector Neutral
Civic Duty
Doesn’t work anymore.
How?
Volunteer
Position
Description
Management
Concise
History
Mission

Orientation
Tasks
Commitment
Thank You
Half Chinese
Mind

Motivation vs. Follow Through

Practice
martinvarsavsky
Raymond Bryson
Joe Lanman
jurvetson
mike wa
Handoff Checklist
What do you understand the priorities to
be?
What concerns or ideas do you have that
have not already be...
Handoff Checklist
What are your key next steps, and by
when do you plan to accomplish them?
What do you need from me in or...
Handoff Checklist
Are there any key contingencies we
should plan for now? When will we next
check-in on progress/issues?
W...
CiceroComms
*_*
Retention
Recognition
Personal
Adaptable
Sincere
Timely
Encouraging
Appreciation Ideas
Volunteer
Recognition
Plan
Amber Hendrickson
Rural Volunteerism Coordinator
Appalachian Coal Country Team

fellow@ruralvolunteer.org
(304)252-4848 x ...
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future
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Here are some tips on how to recruit the volunteers your organization needs to fulfill your mission.

Check out ruralvolunteer.org or email fellow@ruralvolunteer.org for more information.

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Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow and the Future

  1. 1. Generating Volunteers for Today, Tomorrow, and the Future Presented by: Amber R. Hendrickson Rural Volunteerism Coordinator Appalachian Coal Country Team
  2. 2. PunkToad
  3. 3. 27.4% of residents volunteer 27th among 50 states and DC http://www.volunteeringinamerica.gov/oh#sthash.Nq1w4Sfb.dpuf
  4. 4. More than 50% of the country has a Volunteer Retention Rate of 65% or less. http://www.volunteeringinamerica.gov/rankings/States/Volunteer-Retention-Rates/2010
  5. 5. Session Goal: Empowerment
  6. 6. Founded- 2002 WHWT- 2006 250 VISTAs
  7. 7. Grants- $8.5 million In-Kind- $7.9 million Vol. Hours- 250 years
  8. 8. Rural Volunteerism Initiative
  9. 9. Phase 1: Surveys Phase 2: 25 Practices Phase 3:Outreach
  10. 10. ruralvolunteer.org
  11. 11. Recruitment
  12. 12. Current Volunteers & Skills
  13. 13. Who are you missing? palindrome6996
  14. 14. Baby Boomers
  15. 15. Recognize their expertise!
  16. 16. G e n X
  17. 17. Be Efficient!
  18. 18. Millennials
  19. 19. Sector Neutral
  20. 20. Civic Duty Doesn’t work anymore.
  21. 21. How?
  22. 22. Volunteer Position Description
  23. 23. Management
  24. 24. Concise History Mission Orientation Tasks Commitment Thank You
  25. 25. Half Chinese
  26. 26. Mind Motivation vs. Follow Through Practice
  27. 27. martinvarsavsky
  28. 28. Raymond Bryson
  29. 29. Joe Lanman
  30. 30. jurvetson
  31. 31. mike wa
  32. 32. Handoff Checklist What do you understand the priorities to be? What concerns or ideas do you have that have not already been mentioned?
  33. 33. Handoff Checklist What are your key next steps, and by when do you plan to accomplish them? What do you need from me in order to be successful?
  34. 34. Handoff Checklist Are there any key contingencies we should plan for now? When will we next check-in on progress/issues? Who else needs to know our plans, and how will we communicate them?
  35. 35. CiceroComms
  36. 36. *_*
  37. 37. Retention
  38. 38. Recognition
  39. 39. Personal Adaptable Sincere Timely Encouraging
  40. 40. Appreciation Ideas
  41. 41. Volunteer Recognition Plan
  42. 42. Amber Hendrickson Rural Volunteerism Coordinator Appalachian Coal Country Team fellow@ruralvolunteer.org (304)252-4848 x 310 @RuralVolunteers

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