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  • Specialized Volunteer Management Training

    Bring out the best in your Mentorship programs!   

    How do you recruit and retain mentors with the skills and personalities to help mentees thrive? This workshop will address off-site supervision of mentoring matches, building and maintaining boundaries in mentoring relationships, and how volunteer managers and coordinators can develop effective programs from the start. The workshop is tailored to equip leaders of volunteers with the information, skills and resources they need to continue making a difference through the long-term engagement of volunteers. 


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    Members  = Free

    Non-Members = Free

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    February 19, 2019

    Registration: 8:45 am - 9:15 am 

    Sessions: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

     Register for Free

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    Light refreshments provided




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    In-person Workshop

    Volunteer MBC

    7700 Hurontario Street, 

    Unit 601, 

    Brampton, ON L6Y 4M3 

    (Click here for the map)



    • Program Details

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      By participating in this workshop, you will be able to;

      • Manage mentoring relationships with no direct supervision.

      • Ensure mentors and mentees build and maintain appropriate boundaries.


      • Leaders of volunteers and anyone who coordinate volunteers.
      • Youth engagement coordinators.
      • Program Managers.
       


      Kasandra James Profile PhotoKasandra James

      Project Coordinator

      Training Services, Volunteer Toronto

      During her time at Volunteer Toronto, Kasandra has provided volunteer management support and advice to over 650 non-profit organizations across the city. She is an expert in youth volunteerism, and has led Volunteer Toronto’s Youth Auditor Program to help organizations engage high school volunteers in more meaningful ways.

      As part of Volunteer Toronto's new specialized training project, Kasandra has conducted an in-depth assessment of the unique volunteer management needs and challenges of five non-profit sub-sectors, consulting with relevant provincial associations and communities to help inform best practices. She is using that knowledge to deliver workshops across Ontario that give volunteer managers the specialized training and resources they need to help their programs thrive.


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