Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Engaging Boomers and Future Generations of Volunteers

Are some of your mainstay volunteers "retiring" and are you wondering where the next volunteers will come from?
Do you want to learn the new best practices for engaging upcoming generations of volunteers?
Do you know that your volunteer program needs to re-tool for the Boomers and future generations of volunteers and are you looking for ideas on how to get the rest of your organization on board with the changes?
Attend the Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration (MAVA)'s new in-depth, interactive workshop:

Engaging Boomers and Future Generations of Volunteers
FERGUS FALLS- September 29th, 9:00 am- 3:45 pm. Co-Sponsored by Bremer and West Central Initiative.

BRAINERD- October 1st, 9:00 am- 3:30 pm. Co-Sponsored by Crow Wing County Volunteer Coordinators, Morrison County Volunteer Network and St. Cloud Area Volunteer Coordinators.

TWIN CITIES METRO (West St. Paul)- October 14th, 9:00 am- 4:00 pm. Co-Sponsored by HandsOn Twin Cities and DARTS.

Watch for an announcement of this workshop in DULUTH and other locations in 2010 at

This interactive, fast-paced workshop goes the next level into understanding changing motivations for volunteers and gives you the opportunity to try out new tools for a new style of leadership of volunteers. You will leave the workshop with an action plan to prepare your organization for the wealth of resources that Boomers and future generations of volunteers offer. This workshop is the product of the MAVA initiative to help organizations build capacity to engage Boomers and future generations of volunteers. This in-depth training blends practical tips from Minnesota leaders of volunteers with the latest research.

Susan Beatty, APR
Corporate Communications and Public Relations
Bremer Financial Services

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