Directors of Volunteers

Many nonprofit organizations rely on the strength of their volunteers to meet their mission goals. Some nonprofits operate with a full staff of volunteers. It can be a tremendous undertaking to organize, train, and monitor volunteers—each with his or her skill level, personality, and time commitment. Most nonprofit organizations, especially those dealing with a volunteer pool of hundreds or even thousands, rely on a director of volunteers to oversee the process.


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