Managers of Volunteer Resources research, develop and manage volunteer programs and provide leadership in the effective engagement of volunteers to further the mission of not-for-profit, voluntary and public sector organizations. They may work part time on contract, or have additional responsibilities within the same organization. (Alberta Learning & Information Service)
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Volunteer Coordinators and Managers come from a wide variety of educational backgrounds. Certification in volunteer management and/or education in social sciences, human resources, community development, or adult education is an asset. (HR Council for the Nonprofit Sector)
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Date modified: March 2, 2018