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Nationally Recognized Leon County Division Offers Volunteer Certification Program

With community partners throughout the Big Bend region, Leon County Government began training on the principles of successful volunteer management in 2004. Since that time, over 200 graduates have been taught how to review new trends in volunteer management, target recruit volunteers with particular skills, review best practices in volunteer supervision, and more. In Leon County Government, we know that our nonprofit partners are on the frontlines serving community members in need, and volunteers help build capacity when needs for services go up.

To this end, VolunteerLEON, a divison of Leon County Government, announces its 11th year of low-cost training in volunteer management. This training is for anyone who works with volunteers. Whether in a leadership role as part of an association, or a salaried professional volunteer manager who works with volunteers all day, this training will increase the capacity of your organization. Local experts will teach you how to engage volunteers and leverage volunteer skills to better realize the mission of your organization. Register today to unlock the potential in your program!

Volunteers are an important asset of any organization. Volunteer management is about ensuring that volunteers contribute to the overall effectiveness of the organization and help it to meet its strategic goals. But volunteers also want to feel like they're making a difference each and every day. Having strong volunteer management best practices is the best way to attract and retain volunteers.

VolunteerLEON's training offers a new generation of volunteer engagement techniques that are tailored to today’s realities. These techniques make VolunteerLEON’s curriculum dynamic, innovative, impact-oriented, and easily applicable in various settings.VolunteerLEON's presentation team consists of professionals from partner agencies, American Second Harvest of the Big Bend, Capital Area of the American Red Cross, Department Environmental of Protection, Kids Incorporated and Volunteer Florida. Our team has more than 100 years of volunteer management experience. At the conclusion of the training series, participants will receive the Florida Volunteer Administration Certificate of Completion from Volunteer Florida, the Governor’s Commission on Volunteerism and Service.

VolunteerLEON is a nationally recognized model for volunteer management with programs listed in the National Association of Counties 2012 Volunteer Toolbox. In addition, VolunteerLEON was recognized for the 2013 Innovative Program Awards from the National Association of Volunteer Programs in Local Government.

To register for the training, visit: www.VolunteerLEON.org or call (850) 606-1970.

 


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