Each year, the CVC surveys its members to identify which topics are most appealing for programming. Time and time again, Skills-Based Volunteering (SBV) rises to the top. In the past, we've hosted programs sharing examples of SBV programs that are working effectively for specific companies. However, we have learned that SBV programs must often be customized to specific lines of work and are not always one size fits all.
The CVC "Brain Trust" is powerful, so let's talk about SBV! For inspiration, we'll begin the conversation by hearing from some past CVC IMPACT Award winners in the SBV category. Then, we will move on to learning from one another. Small peer groups will problem solve together and identify new ways to tackle SBV that are applicable to companies of all sizes and industries.
Breakfast and Networking: 8-8:20 a.m.
Program 8:20 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Moderator: Sydney Langdon, Turner
LaSandra (LB) Boykin, Delta
Arylle Young, Delta
Kegan Baird, Deloitte
Grant Means, Deloitte
Blake Canterbury, Purposity
This program is appropriate for all skill levels. Corporate members and official nonprofit members are welcome to attend. Please come with an open mind - ready to work collaboratively and creatively.
Light breakfast and coffee will be provided by the CVC. Special thanks to Veritiv for sponsoring our meeting space at Trees Atlanta.
Parking is available in the lot next door to Trees Atlanta on the corner of Chester Avenue and Memorial Drive (please follow signage). Carpooling is encouraged. If you choose to use a ride share service, please use 225 Chester Avenue, SE, Atlanta GA as the drop off address.