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Mutually Effective Volunteering: Embracing the New Volunteer

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Four associations share how they use technology and new volunteer models to drive member volunteering. American Association of Diabetes Educators, Project Management Institute, NCURA, Mariner Management. ASAE MM&C Conference

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Mutually Effective Volunteering: Embracing the New Volunteer

  1. 1. Mutually Effective Volunteering, Part 2: Embracing the New Volunteer Monday, June 13 | 11:30 am Tara E. Bishop | NCURA John Tyler | American Association of Diabetes Educators Jamie Gray, MS, CVA | Project Management Institute Peggy Hoffman, CAE | Mariner Management
  2. 2. Tara E. Bishop, CAE Deputy Chief Executive National Council of University Research Administrators www.ncura.edu
  3. 3. There is no such thing as a small volunteer opportunity
  4. 4. Contribution leads to Collaboration … which leads to Connectedness with the organization
  5. 5. Knowing Your Members
  6. 6. Volunteer Opportunities – Inviting, Signing up, and Applying
  7. 7. John Tyler Web & Digital Content Manager, Marketing & Communications/Volunteer Engagement American Association of Diabetes Educators www.diabeteseducator.org
  8. 8. AADE Affiliate Group Structure Multiple points of entry for new volunteers: • Coordinating Bodies (state groups) • Local Networking Groups (city/regional groups) • Communities of Interest (online, practice-based groups) Multiple types of volunteer roles, broken down by • time commitment • interest area • level of effort • travel requirements
  9. 9. Online Community for Members
  10. 10. Volunteer Resource Center
  11. 11. Jamie Gray Volunteer Services Specialist, Volunteer Programs & Services Project Management Institute www.pmi.org
  12. 12. PMI Volunteer Programs & Services Department Leadership Institute Programs: • Leadership development programs/events content and delivery • Master Class • Virtual Resources & LMS Services: • Online recruitment tool • Resources, Tools, Templates • Volunteer Policies & Procedures • Staff training (volunteer- based)
  13. 13. PMI Volunteer Engagement Model
  14. 14. PMI Volunteers by the Numbers
  15. 15. PMI Volunteer Breakdown
  16. 16. Volunteer Relationship Management System
  17. 17. VRMS Volunteer Profile
  18. 18. VRMS Usage Manually Updated Profiles Chapters Posted Opportunities Posted Applications Accepted 149 1100060000 5700 600,000+ visits =
  19. 19. http://volunteer.iltanet.org/
  20. 20. http://www.pmi.org/membership/volunteer-opportunities.aspx
  21. 21. raps.org – Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society
  22. 22. https://www.diabeteseducator.org/education-career/get-involved-with-aade
  23. 23. https://njcpa.org/give-back/volunteer
  24. 24. New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants
  25. 25. Contact Us Tara E. Bishop, CAE Deputy Chief Executive National Council of University Research Administrators 202.466.3894 bishop@ncura.edu John Tyler Web and Digital Content Manager Marketing and Communications American Association of Diabetes Educators 312.601.4883 jtyler@aadenet.org Jamie Gray, MS, CVA Volunteer Services Specialist Project Management Institute 610.356.4600 ext 1157 JamieLynn.Gray@pmi.org Peggy Hoffman, CAE President Mariner Management 301.725.2508 phoffman@marinermanagement.com

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