Thank you again for attending the September 22nd Lunchtime Learning session, Effective Volunteer Management, presented by Karen Carson as part of the New Jersey State Library’s Lunchtime Learning series.
A list of references and an outline of topics covered in the class can be found linked below.
Also linked in this post is the registration information and the agenda for the New Jersey Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism to be held Friday, October 21st at the Hyatt Regency in New Brunswick. Individuals from a variety of community organizations attend this conference which is held every two years. My presentation topic this year is Difficult Volunteers.
Some of you were interested in awards information for your volunteers. Here is the information about the Jefferson Awards:
The New Jersey State Governor’s Jefferson Awards honor ordinary people who, through volunteer service, do extraordinary things for other people, their community, their nation, or the environment.
To nominate an individual or group for these awards, highlight your nominee’s service and/or achievements by completing the online nomination form. Honorees in various categories are recognized at a New Jersey ceremony in Spring 2017. In June 2017, a select group of honorees will be invited to participate in a national Jefferson Award ceremony taking place in Washington, D.C.
Nomination deadline: January 31, 2017
Send in your nomination today at: www.njgovernorsawards.com