Volunteer Coordinators Council
Training volunteer professionals to better serve the community
Volunteer Coordinators Council (VCC) is a group of nonprofit professionals in Lincoln that exist to support each other with trainings, networking and resources they need to effectively mobilize our community.
HOW IT WORKS:
Membership is FREE and easy! The only costs you incur are for the trainings you attend. VCC hosts four trainings per year for it's members. If your agency is a Cause Collective member, each training is only $15. If your agency is not a Cause Collective member, each training is $45. Trainings are typically 1.5 hours and include 30 minutes of networking time.
Other benefits include:
- ELIGIBILITY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP OF UP TO $500 (See below for details)
- PERIODIC UPDATE AND NEWS ON VCC CONFERENCES AND OTHER THINGS HAPPENING IN OUR WORLD
- THE VCC PRIVATE FACEBOOK NETWORKING PAGE where you can ask for advice, share ideas, or just look at the positive
posts to help you get you through the week.
PAST TRAINING INFORMATION:
Slides from the Understanding Intergenerational Volunteerism Training
VCC PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION:
As of January 1st 2020 we are excited to offer our Volunteer Coordinator Council Professional Development Scholarships for VCC members.
VCC members are now eligible for financial scholarships, up to $500, for conferences, certifications or memberships. For more information and to apply, CLICK HERE
2021 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES:
Volunteer Coordinator Council Training: How Corporations Engage with the Volunteer Community
Wednesday, October 20th | 11:30 am - 1:00 pm | Webinar
This training will feature panelists from Lincoln corporations (hudl, Lincoln Industries, NelNet and Spreetail) who are experienced in working with nonprofits and organizing/engaging their staff for volunteer projects. You will hear from them on best practices to engage with the corporations and what processes they have in place to help their staff find volunteer opportunities.
Barb Raymond (Lincoln Industries),
Ben Kiser (NelNet),
Kelly Kruse (Spreetail), and
Marilyn John (hudl)
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND RESOURCES: