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2011 National Conference!

Hosted by AVRBC & CAVR
posted on 2:28 PM, November 15, 2010

Mark your calendars…

 

The 2011 CAVR National Conference, hosted by AVRBC, will be held in Vancouver at the Coast Coal Harbour Hotel from June 12 -14. This year’s theme is Branching Out: New Directions in Volunteer Management.  

 

How will we be branching out?

 

We will be learning from professionals in other fields with expertise relevant to the work we do. We will also be 'tapping our roots' to learn from experienced practitioners in our own field, who are branching out and exploring new approaches to recruiting, training, and engaging volunteers. We'll also be nurturing new growth by providing opportunities for first timers to learn the basics and network with others. Expert leaders from across Canada will cover vast topics from social media trends, volunteer engagement, overcoming adversity, advocacy, empowering leaders, strategic planning and how it all applies to today's volunteer and administering volunteer programs.

Whether you are looking to power your program to the next level or  are exploring volunteer management for the first time, you will take something away from this leading edge conference - guaranteed.

Check the conference website at 
www.cavrconference.ca
for detailed information about this exciting event. Receive ‘real-time’ conference updates by following us on Twitter and connect with the conference committee and other attendees on our Facebook page .

 

Top 5 reasons to Branch Out?

  1. Meet and learn from the Canadian experts in volunteer management.
  2. To take your organization's volunteer program to the next level .
  3. Swap ideas, tools and tricks of the trade
  4. Hospitality suite – where networking no longer feels like work.
  5. It will be a ‘green’ conference, in an amazing Westcoast setting.

Help us promote the conference, download our evite and send it to you colleagues and professional contacts.

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by Burton31Queen, posted on 5:43 AM, November 28, 2010
That's well known that money makes us free. But what to do when somebody does not have cash? The only one way is to receive the personal loans and term loan.
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