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In light of the Black Lives Matter movement DOVIA Colorado invites you to join a safe space to have difficult, honest conversations. We have transitioned our COVID-19 Connection Hours into Race Inclusion in Volunteerism discussion.

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7/8/202010am-11:30amNira Duvan


In light of the Black Lives Matter movement DOVIA Colorado invites you to join a safe space to have difficult, honest conversations. We have transitioned our COVID-19 Connection Hours into Race Inclusion in Volunteerism discussion.

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Meeting ID: 878 3387 1167
Password: DOVIA2020

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7/17/202010am-11:30amNira Duvan


Do you work with volunteer interns that want to increase their knowledge and skills? Gain tips and insight on how best to manage interns’ time to be rewarding for both your organization and the individual.

Speaker: Emily Dobish
Director of Volunteer Engagement at History Colorado

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7/28/20202pm - 3pmKatie Bukowski


Volunteers are the lifeblood of therapeutic riding centers, and the backbone of a good volunteer program is an excellent volunteer coordinator. As volunteer professionals, one of our biggest struggles is time and with other job duties and increasing numbers of volunteers to manage, it doesn't feel like there's enough time to do everything and do it well. Join us to explore three pillars of efficient and effective volunteer management: 1) Prioritize What's Important (Building Relationships); 2) Automate What You Can (Leveraging Technology); and 3) Make Time to Step Back (Thinking Big Picture). As we explore how these pillars underpin each area of the volunteer program cycle, from recruitment and training to retention and appreciation, we will also focus on how to care for yourself and stay organized, energetic, and motivated! Be prepared to take away lots of new tools and resources to be the best volunteer manager you can be.

Join Emmy Soyka, Volunteer Manager at Hearts & Horses, for this informative workshop!

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8/5/20202:00-5:00pmAudrey Glasebrook


As Volunteer Engagement Specialists, we always advocate for our volunteers and the communities we serve. When was the last time you advocated for yourself? In this session, Mark Smith, CVA, Volunteer Resource Manager of Project Angel Heart, will discuss methods of self-advocacy without feeling the guilt of putting yourself first.

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8/18/20201-2:30pmAudrey Glasebrook

Compassion Fatigue
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Coming Soon...Brittany McGarry


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