Workshops in Larimer County
Denver DOVIA and the Larimer County DOVIA are joining forces in 2014 to bring you advanced practitioner trainings across the Front Range. Please watch this page regularly for updates and information about professional development gatherings in Fort Collins and Larimer County.
Recent Meeting Notes
June and July In-Review, “Make a Difference Day”
April 17th Meeting Minutes, “Engaging University Volunteers”
March 20th Meeting Minutes, “All Things Volunteers”
February 20th Meeting Minutes, “Managing Your Chaos”
February 20th Handout
January 16th Meeting Minutes, “DOVIA in Transition”
December 12th Meetings Minutes, “Compassion Fatigue”
December 12th Handout
Our November Session is Here: “Volunteer Team Leaders – Help You Extend Your Reach and Reach Your Goals”
Looking for a way to extend your reach as a volunteer manager? This workshop will provide you with tools to create a well-designed volunteer leadership program that will maximize volunteer impact within your organization. Learn how to develop leadership positions for volunteers and foster high levels of supervision and commitment. Participants will understand how to identify, recruit, interview, train and retain volunteers who are willing, to take on leadership roles. This new leadership team will also provide effective mentoring and training for your volunteer core!
Facilitator: Angela Caudill, Manager of Volunteer Services, Children’s Museum of Denver
Where: Nix Farm, City of Fort Collins Natural Areas – Main Office Conference Room
When: Thursday November 20th, 11:30 am to 1:00 pm, with optional round-table discussion 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Cost: Free for DOVIA members, RSVP required, coming soon!
Thank you all so much, we hope to see you there!
And if you have any questions feel free to email or call Lauren Whynott at [email protected] or (970) 556-4114
More Information on Our Facilitator: Angela Caudill, is currently the Manager of Volunteer Services at the Children’s Museum of Denver, where she recruits, trains, and acts as the staff liaison for, on average 740 volunteers per year. Previously, she was Volunteer Manager at the Colorado History Museum for ten years. Angela has served as DOVIA (Director of Volunteers in Agencies) President; she also was awarded the DOVIA Volunteer Manager of the Year award in 2009. In 2006 and 2011 she was the Chair of CCOV (Colorado Conference on Volunteerism). She received her Certification in Volunteer Administration (CVA) in 2003, and has a B.A. in history from the University of Colorado.