2014 Central Illinois
Renovation Through Innovation:
Focusing On Fundamentals Through New Techniques
Please join us for CIVC 2014. This will be a day of learning, sharing ideas, and networking with volunteer managers from dozens of organizations. You won't want to miss this chance to become energized with new ideas to help strengthen your volunteer program.
Steve Thomas invests his life in helping a variety of organizations build leadership, develop people and create teams. Part of his strategy is helping people navigate through the complexities of human weirdness.
Rick Skinner is the Vice President of the Volunteer Center at United Way of Greater St. Louis and serves as a member of the Hands on Networks’ National Affiliate Assembly.
You will have the chance to learn from a regional leader in this interactive session and have your questions answered relative to deciding how to track outputs, out-comes, and impact measurements to demonstrate the value-add that your agency’s volunteer program brings to the community.
RESOURCE SHARING SESSION:
Do you have a recruitment brochure you are proud of, or a training curriculum that is top notch? Bring copies and be willing to share in this interactive Resource Share.
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CIVC Steering Committee Partners
The Serve Illinois Commission • University of Illinois Springfield • United Way of Central Illinois • Senior Services/RSVP of Sangamon, Menard and Logan Counties • Community Elements • Illinois Department of Human Services • Community Foundation of East Central Illinois • Coles County Council on Aging • Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Illinois • Mid America Preparedness • Scientific Internet Marketing
|Central Illinois Volunteerism Conference: A volunteer management network event, in cooperation with the Illinois Department of Human Services and the Serve Illinois Commission. Financial support also provided by United Way of Central Illinois.|