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Answer FAQs Online For Would-Be Volunteers
Be Consistent in Conducting Background Checks
Be Proactive in Sharing Volunteer Stories
Build Strong Relationships Between Volunteers and Paid Staff
Diversity Training Programs Teach Importance Of Sensitivity, Respect
Do Your Part to Alleviate Volunteer Stress
Good Match Is Essential for Companion Programs
Harness the Talent of IT Volunteers
Help Capable Volunteers Manage Others
Help Presenters Hit the Ground Running
How to Boost the Effectiveness of Volunteer Trainings
How to Handle Volunteer Misconduct
How to Identify, Attract Volunteer Tutors
Identify and Remedy Compassion Fatigue in Volunteers
Invite Volunteers to Create Their Own Assignments
Is Your Volunteer Job Description Doing Its Job?
Make Retraining Available to Volunteers
Make the Most of Court-Ordered Volunteers
Make the Most of Microvolunteers
Ongoing Training Sessions Require Structure
Preplacement Interviews: Well Worth the Time
Put Volunteer Expectations in Writing
Request Form Can Be Useful Before Writing a Letter of Recommendation
Rethink Your Retention Efforts
Set Aside Time To Chat With Your Volunteers
Set Guidelines for Letters of Recommendation Requests
Seven Ways to Cater To Senior Volunteers
Should a Volunteer's Name Be Public Knowledge?
Strategies to Help Volunteers Keep Their Commitments
Techniques for Interviewing Prospective Volunteers
Tips for Managing a Termination Meeting
Tips for Managing Summer Volunteers
Tips for Working With Local Companies as Volunteers
Use Caution When Having Volunteers Serve Alcohol
Use Pinterest to Recruit, Retain Volunteers
What It Takes to Organize a 5,000-Volunteer Event
What You Can Do to Avoid Volunteer Burnout
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    Scott C. Stevenson
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    Scott Stevenson’s aim for the past two decades has been to provide nonprofits and associations throughout the U.S. and Canada with “great ideas and practical solutions.”

    Stevenson is founder and president of Stevenson, Inc, an Iowa-based publishing company that established six monthly newsletters, dozens of “how-to” manuals and several online events all geared toward helping nonprofits and associations achieve success in fields such as fundraising, major gifts, volunteer management, communications management and membership management.

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