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Learning about Learning Styles to Help Engage Your Volunteers!

  • 18 Jan 2018
  • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • 7415 Arlington Blvd, Falls Church, VA 22042


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An orientation or training that is both informative and captivating for your volunteers can help excite, engage and help start your volunteer on the right path. They can be a great way to get across your mission and go over important information such as your history, safety, and volunteer needs. Trainings can also provide a way for you to share changes or give updates on policies to volunteers who are already engaged. Yet creating an orientation or training that engages volunteers with different learning styles, ages and backgrounds can be challenging. Learn some techniques on how to create and present an orientation that fits different types of volunteers and that will help engage and inspire advocates and volunteers for the amazing work your organization is doing. 

Join us on January 18th as Liz Salter, Volunteer Coordinator at Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia and NVAVA president, shares some ideas on how learning about learning styles can help your volunteers learn and help them to be more efficient and engaged in the work you do! 

Networking starts at 9:30 am and the workshop will start at 10 am! 



Northern Virginia Association For Volunteer Administrations

PO Box 92

Fairfax, VA 22038


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