As a part of NVAVA’s mission, we strive to provide educational opportunities applicable for all of our members. While we are able to offer many low or no-cost trainings internally, there are countless additional resources available, and we want to encourage our membership to make use of these valuable resources.
To assist our members with the cost of training, travel expenses, or materials, NVAVA offers scholarships to help cover the costs.Read more >
The Certified in Volunteer Administration (CVA) credential is offered for practitioners in volunteer resources management. It is designed to measure an individual’s “knowledge-in-use”–the application of knowledge and skills by those with real-life experience in this role.Learn more >
There are many great volunteer management resources available on the local, national, and worldwide levels. Take a look at a few we have found helpful.Read more >