Recruiting and Energizing Volunteers

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., Pre-registration at 8:15 a.m.

Program Overview:

We are going to discuss the four components of a good volunteer program:

  • Strategies for Recruitment
  • How to bring people onboard successfully: training and orientation
  • Utilization: To arrange for a good fit between volunteer skills and the organizational assignment
  • Feedback and Recognition: Appreciation and communication to ensure a positive volunteer experience
We’ll also include a discussion of how to deal with volunteer challenges.

This session will be highly interactive. All participants will leave with additional tools on how they can work with volunteers in their organization.

The Presenters:

Connie Hinitz is a philanthropic sector management specialist with more than 30 years’ experience creating and implementing comprehensive nonprofit initiatives. She is ESCC’s Manager of Volunteer Services and past Director of Philanthropic Initiatives for Leadership Scholars, Inc. Prior to joining ESCC, she was Administrator of The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati. As the Jewish Federation’s Director of Planning and Allocations, she created and supervised an interagency refugee resettlement program.

Julia Johnson is a management specialist. She retired from the City of Cincinnati Metropolitan Sewer District in 2007 as Superintendent of Administrative Services Division after more than twenty years in the position. Her other assignments with the City of Cincinnati included Personnel Analyst in the Personnel Department, Field Auditor in the Department of Finance, and Assistant Personnel Director for the Cincinnati Recreation Department. Julia is on the board of the Community Resource Center and chairs the ESCC Volunteer Engagement Committee.

Register online
Mail in Registration – October