Social Profit Engagement, Learning and Leadership
February 12 – Katia Tynan Volunteer Role Descriptions
Registration opens a month before the session. RSVP at http://cacv.ca (upper right area of page).
These sessions are a combination of networking, information and resources.
2-4pm 2nd Floor Meeting room, 111 West Hastings (Woodward’s Heritage Building)
Purpose: To support arts and community groups in building their capacity in the organizational, planning and marketing skills needed to be successful.
For arts and community-focused groups and organizations who undertake community arts projects.
Presenters from a range of local groups who have practical experience in the area they’re speaking.
Community Arts Vancouver staff and volunteers facilitate networking and discussion.
For 2013, we will offer three workshops in three areas. The first in each series will be an overview of the topic area and the next two will be more specific on particular skills and usually include a working session.
Each session is standalone and even if you can’t make it to the whole series, you are welcome to come to one or two of the others in the series. Topics fall into three general areas, and each session takes a particular slant. You are very welcome to offer your suggestions for topics and send questions in advance.
1. VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT
- Volunteer Engagement Overview
- Volunteer Recognition
- Volunteer Position Descriptions and Application Processes
- Preparing a budget for a grant application
- Fundraising tips
3. ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
- Board recruitment and involvement
- How to write a mission, vision, values.
- Lifecycles of a non-profit organization
Location: Woodward’s Heritage Building, 111 West Hastings (at Abbott)
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