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  • 16 Nov 2016 6:26 PM | Richard Harker (Administrator)

    Cultural Volunteer Managers Council of Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Since first convening in April 1993, this informal gathering of volunteer program directors has meet on an average four to five times a year. What drove us to do such a thing when we all go to too many meetings already?  All of us had participated in larger conferences or workshops focused on volunteer administration and found that, while helpful and interesting, getting down to nitty-gritty problem solving and program development was most successful when you got together with people from similar institutions where volunteers had similar roles (for example in education and/or guest services). We have grown to include over 30 institutions, including primarily museums, but also libraries, a radio station, community arts centers, zoological gardens, aquaria and the like.” Our mission is to “serve as a resource for the exchange of information and the promotion of cultural volunteerism.”

    To join this group's meetings or for more information, contact Lois Kuter at lvk26@drexel.edu

  • 15 Nov 2016 7:27 PM | Richard Harker (Administrator)

    Chicagoland Cultural Volunteer Programs (CCVP)

    In the Chicago area, the group Chicagoland Cultural Volunteer Programs (CCVP) meets quarterly to discuss a designated topic on volunteerism, and share ideas and solutions.  CCVP provides a terrific opportunity to network, update colleagues on your organization’s initiatives, and cultivate relationships with peers.

    Find CCVP on Twitter, @Chi _CVP, and at the group’s blog   https://chicvp.wordpress.com/

  • 22 Jun 2016 8:43 AM | Richard Harker (Administrator)
    The Atlanta Volunteer Managers Roundtable

    The Atlanta Volunteer Managers Roundtable is a group of museum professionals who manage volunteers that meets regularly throughout the year in the metro Atlanta area to network, discuss best practices in volunteer management, and share success stories and resources. Our meetings are informal but a great way to network, share best practices, and meet a like-minded group of professionals.

    If you are interested in participating in this roundtable please contact Richard Harker at rharker@kennesaw.edu or Kate Naylor at Kate.Naylor@fernbankmuseum.org.

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