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The International Journal of Volunteer Administration (IJOVA)
International Journal of Volunteer Administration (IJOVA)
The International Journal of Volunteer Administration (IJOVA) begins another year with a new issue of this applied journal. The last issue of 2008 was a comprehensive look at episodic volunteering. If you are looking for ideas on volunteer practice, with the weight of research and experience rolled into one, this is the journal for your professional development. Its sole focus is the practice of managing and coordinating the efforts of volunteers.
The Journal is a refereed publication of the Department of 4-H Youth Development and Family & Consumer Sciences at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC, USA. IJOVA seeks to provide for an exchange of ideas and sharing of knowledge and insights about volunteerism, and volunteer management and administration, both in North America and internationally.
Thanks to a grant from the Impact Fund the first four issues of IJOVA were published in 2006-2007. They are free on the Web site. Topics of the free issue are:
Issue topics for ensuing volumes are:
IJOVA is now a Web-based subscription-only publication. Subscription rates as of July 1, 2007:
IJOVA is governed by a six-member Editorial Board representing the three predominant genres of volunteer management professionals: (a) practicing managers of volunteers, (b) consultants, and (c) academicians focusing upon volunteer management and administration. Three Board members represent the United States while one member each represents Canada, Mexico, and Europe.
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