VolunteerToday.com ~~ The Electronic Gazette for Volunteerism
HOME
Archives Search
Ask Connie
Boards & Committees
Bookstore
Calendar of Events
Internet Resources
News
Reviews: Books and Resources
Tech Tips
Volunteer Program Evaluation Series
Who We Are
Email Us

Reviews:

BOOKS AND RESOURCES

Explore the world of books, guidelines, online resources to enhance and improve your administration of volunteer programs .

~November 2012~



A TIP EVERY DAY ON MANAGING VOLUNTEERS


Interested in quick tips on recruiting, coaching, communication, record keeping for your volunteer program?  Follow Volunteer Today publisher and editor, Nancy Macduff on Twitter.  She is posting quick ideas each workday on Twitter about the administration of volunteers.  Check out this resource on Twitter at NLMacduff.  It is the VERY abbreviated form of Volunteer Today.
Nancy is seeking tips, hints, ideas, comments on things related to the management and administration of volunteers from you.  Email Nancy at mba@bmi.net.  The tip cannot be longer than 140 spaces or characters. 


You do not need a smart phone or to be a Twitter subscriber.  Open your browser; Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Yahoo and type into the address box the following:  http://twitter.com/nlmacduff  The day’s tip will pop-up.  On your computer make it a book mark and you can go back and visit the site anytime.


If you have not used this social media form of communication and would like to learn how to use it for future communication with volunteers, this is a good way to practice.  Tell the people in your organization and your colleagues in the community about this site, exclusively for those who coordinate the work of volunteers.


Return to Top


A Service of MBA Publishing-A subsidiary of Macduff/Bunt Associates All materials copyright protected ©2013
821 Lincoln Street, Walla Walla, WA 99362 (509) 529-0244 EMAIL: mba@bmi.net
Twitter: http://twitter.com/NLMacduff

The content of all linked sites are beyond the control Volunteer Today and the newsletter assumes no responsibility for their content.