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Corporate Social Responsibility – Making it Work for your Organization’s Volunteer Program

  • 19 Jul 2018
  • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • 6101 Knollwood Dr, Falls Church, VA 22041

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Does your volunteer program actively engage businesses and corporations in days of service? For July’s NVAVA meeting, join us to learn from Jerome Tennille, the Manager of Volunteerism for Marriott International, about best practices surrounding incorporating CSR into your organization’s volunteer program. He will give us inside tips about what CSR means to for-profit companies, getting beyond the day of service, how to leverage a company’s CSR program, how to say no when it isn’t a good fit, and how to educate your for-profit counterpart on your organization’s impact in your cause area. Leave July’s workshop with a better idea on how to strategically align with for-profit CSR programs to increase impact and satisfaction.

Our Presenter: Jerome Tennille is the Manager of Volunteerism for Marriott International, where he leads the company’s traditional and skills-based volunteer programs, ensuring they reflect the latest innovations, technologies, and best practices. This includes Marriott’s global week and month of community service, providing the framework, resources, and support needed for volunteerism efforts to be executed both globally and locally.  Prior to joining Marriott International, Jerome held the position of Senior Manager of Impact Analysis and Assessment for Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), a national organization that offers help, hope, and healing to all those grieving the death of a loved one serving in America’s armed forces. Jerome currently serves as a board of directors member of Peace Through Action USA and on the PsychArmor Institute Advisory Committee for the School of Volunteers & Nonprofits. Jerome holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in operations management and a Master of Sustainability Leadership (MSL) from Arizona State University. Jerome is designated as Certified in Volunteer Administration (CVA) and is also a veteran of the US Navy.

Networking starts at 9:30 am and the workshop will start at 10 am! Please note the change of location (Woodrow Wilson Library) for this meeting. 


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nvava@nvava.org


Northern Virginia Association For Volunteer Administrations

PO Box 92

Fairfax, VA 22038


nvava.org

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