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Virtual Volunteer Screening & Engagement Guidebook

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In response to public health measures over the last two years, virtual volunteering has emerged as an integral component of volunteer programs to continue service delivery. Volunteer Alberta recognizes the leadership and expertise of volunteer organizations in Alberta who have been at the forefront of meeting challenges brought on by the pandemic. Organizations have developed and implemented innovative strategies to meet these challenges and adapted the way volunteer programs are led. This resource is a compilation of trends and strategies volunteer organizations have successfully developed and implemented. It is meant to be a resource for organizations beginning, continuing, or enhancing their virtual volunteering activities. Specifically, this resource will explore volunteer screening and engagement from a virtual perspective. This guidebook is not an exhaustive manual of strategies and trends. Instead, it is a collection of good practices we have witnessed within the past two years. We also welcome feedback from other voluntary organizations, who we recognize as true volunteer management and engagement experts.
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    Dec 05, 2022

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