Topic: Leadership Volunteers for the Next Generation
Join BVU’s Volunteer Central for a free BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) session on core skills for Volunteer Coordinators and Managers.
At this session, we'll highlight four of our nonprofit partners that have done exemplary work developing programs that engage young professionals in leadership-level volunteerism through committee-work. Learn how your nonprofit can develop committees of next generation professionals who are able to develop connections to new resources, plan and manage events, heighten visibility, and more!
Our panel will feature representatives from Red Cross Young Professionals, Enoch Pratt Free Library’s Pratt Contemporaries, The Associated’s IMPACT, Junior Achievement's Associate Council, and BVU’s own GIVE Program.
Learn about our Panelists' organizations, the opportunities available for young professionals, programmatic challenges and successes, and other useful tips. The program will include Q&A from the audience and also break out groups for more intimate discussions led by each Panelist.
P.S. Don't forget your lunch!
When & Where
Business Volunteers Maryland
Business Volunteers Maryland's mission is to inspire volunteerism and connect motivated people and businesses to nonprofit organizations leading to a stronger community. Business Volunteers trains and places business professionals on nonprofit boards; develops civic leaders; matches individuals with meaningful volunteer opportunities; creates partnerships between companies, local nonprofits and schools; and provides volunteer management training to nonprofits.