Who are we?
We are a group of normal, everyday people looking to better our careers.
We are people who manage volunteers in some capacity in our work or volunteer life.
We know two heads are better than one.
We want you to join us so all of our lives are richer!
23rd Annual Forum on Nonprofit Effectiveness
Join us in Tucson on April 20 for this half-day event
The nonprofit workforce is a multifaceted one. Alongside staff members, the sector relies on volunteers as a vital part of an organization. And that workforce also spans a wide array of ages and experience. To maximize your organization’s impact, retain key employees and volunteers, and build better communities, you need to develop strategies to work across and unite all segments of your human capital.
The theme of the ASU Lodestar Center’s 23rd Annual Forum on Nonprofit Effectiveness, on April 20 in Tucson, is Service and Volunteerism to Build a Stronger Arizona. During this interactive in-person convening, attendees will connect with fellow nonprofit professionals and sector leaders, leaving the forum with fresh ideas and tools.
Workshop on managing multiple generations in the work/volunteer force
Panel discussion on volunteerism across generations Introduction to the
Service Enterprise Initiative for maximizing your volunteers’ impact
Practical takeaways and more!
This event has something for staff members and volunteers alike. We hope to see you and your team in Tucson on Wednesday, April 20, for this interactive learning experience.