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Summer Quarterly Meeting: What the World Would be Like if Skills Based Volunteering Wasn’t so Difficult!

  • Wednesday, July 19, 2017
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Turner, 1050 Techwood Drive, NW, Atlanta GA 30318

Registration

Skills-based volunteering is about matching the right person with the right skills and knowledge at the right time to the right volunteer opportunity.  Sounds like a professional development dream, right?  Given how each organization’s culture, infrastructure and operations are unique, it is no surprise that skills-based volunteering is hard to get off the ground. And, even harder to maintain!

 

As the CVC continues to celebrate its 25th anniversary, it is clear our community is passionate about making an impact.  In direct response to members’ desire to discuss the opportunities – and challenges – with skills-based volunteering, the CVC will convene individuals, corporations and nonprofit organizations interested in continuing this critical conversation. This open dialogue will be moderated by Jay Cranman, President & CEO, Hands On Atlanta. Fresh off the annual Points of Light Conference on Volunteering and Service in Seattle, Jay will facilitate a frank conversation about how our Atlanta CVC community can shape the future of meaningful employee engagement via sharpening our skills-based volunteerism skills. 

Parking - the CVC Meeting will be held at Turner’s Techwood Campus in the Atlanta Conference Room. Address is 1050 Techwood Drive NW, Atlanta GA 30318 and directions/parking info will be provided upon registration.

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