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|Year||Title Sort descending||Source||Author||Type||File|
|1988||Welfare to Work -- New Legislation Contains Sweeping Changes
||The Networkers newsletter||Article||Download|
|2005||What Coordinators of Palliative Care Volunteers in New Brunswick, Canada Have to Say About Themselves, and their Program Management Practices (Canada)
||Journal of Volunteer Administration||Stephen Claxton-Oldfield, Jane Claxton-Oldfield||Article||Download|
|1980's||What is a Service-Learning Agreement?
|2002||What is DO SOMETHING?
||DO SOMETHING website download, 1/7/2002||Article||Download|
|1980||What is UNV? (United Nations Volunteers)
||United Nations Volunteers, Geneva Switzerland||Pamphlet / Booklet||Download|
|1982||What Makes the Director of Volunteers "Different"?
||Energize, Inc.||Susan J. Ellis||Handout / Fact Sheet||Download|
|1977||What to Look for In A Volunteer Experience
||SYNERGIST, Winter 1977||Tim Wernette||Article||Download|
|1989||What Voluntary Activity Can and Cannot Do for America
||Independent Sector, September/October 1989||Brian O'Connell||Pamphlet / Booklet||Download|
|1999||What We Learned (the Hard Way) about Supervising Volunteers
Packed with the advice, wisdom, and experience of over 85 real-life, on-the-job supervisors of volunteers, this guide offers a crystal clear analysis of what works and what doesn't in supervision. It also includes comments from volunteers about what they need from those who supervise them, as well as excerpts from classic articles and books by experts in the field and a self-assessment survey covering the attitudes and actions necessary to be an effective supervisor.
|Energize||Jarene Frances Lee||Book||Download|
|1998||What young people want from volunteering (United Kingdom)
||The National Centre for Volunteering, London UK||Katharine Gaskin||Report / Study||Download|
|1993||What's different about training volunteers?
||Training and Development Journal, July 1984||Article||Download|
|2005||What's in it for Me and My Agency? A Survey on the Benefits of Engaging Volunteers with Disabilities
||Journal of Volunteer Administration||Kimberly D. Miller, Stuart J. Schleien, Paula Brooke, Mary Merrill||Article||Download|
|1992||When Everyone's a Volunteer: The Effective Functioning of All-Volunteer Groups
Provides an innovative framework for successfully leading an all-volunteer effort, whether it's a service club, community group, PTA, or religious congregation. Scheier challenges conventional wisdom about boards, fundraising, and membership development when applied to grassroots volunteer efforts. A highlight of the book is a collection of easy-to-conduct group interaction exercises.
|Energize||Ivan H. Scheier||Book||Download|
|1978||Where Are We Now?
||U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Volunteer Development, May 1978||Harriet H. Naylor||Download|
|1983||Where Does the Time Go? Volunteering During Leisure Time
||United Media Enterprises survey||Report / Study||Download|
|2002||White House Releases Ads to Promote Service
||Chronicle of Philanthropy, August 8, 2002||Ian Wilhelm||Article||Download|
|1983||Who needs you? We do! Young Volunteers in ACTION
||ACTION: The National Volunteer Agency, Washington, DC||Pamphlet / Booklet||Download|
|1977||Who Wants to Be Lady Bountiful Anymore? "To Be or Not To Be a Volunteer"
||Bulletin of the Baldwin School, September 1977||Article||Download|
|2005||Who Will Lead the Change?
||Journal of Volunteer Administration||Jill Canono||Article||Download|
|1986||Why Youth Workers Sabotage Volunteers
||Youthworker: The Contemporary Journal for Youth Ministry, Winter 1986||Greg McKinnon||Article||Download|
|1981||Will Volunteering Survive? A Personal Guide to the Future for Individual Citizen Leaders, Volunteers and Volunteer Administrators
||VOLUNTEER: The National Center for Citizen Involvement, Washington, DC||Kerry Kenn Allen, Stephen H. McCurley, Doug Mosel||Pamphlet / Booklet||Download|
|2002||Wing With Volunteer Administration For the New Century!
||Journal of Volunteer Administration||Arlene K. Schindler||Article||Download|
|1994||Wings With Heart
||Hemisphere magazine, October 1994||William Garvey||Article||Download|
|1978||Winning With Staff: A New Look at Staff Support for Volunteers
||National Information Center on Volunteerism, Inc. (NICOV), Boulder, Co||Ivan H. Scheier||Pamphlet / Booklet||Download|
|1986||Women and Volunteering: Implications and Considerations
||Pennsylvania Federation of Women's Clubs, museum exhibit catalogue. "Celebrate Women: Volunteer Service in Pennsylvania: 1870-1986"||Susan J. Ellis||Article||Download|
||LEADERSHIP magazine, Summer quarter, 1982||Virginia Patterson||Article||Download|
|1992||Words Do Make a Difference! (Canada)
||Johnstone Training and Consultation, Carp, Ontario, Canada||Ginette Johnstone||Pamphlet / Booklet||Download|
|1989||Working Together for Self Help (United Kingdom)
||The Self Help Alliance, The Volunteer Centre UK||Pamphlet / Booklet||Download|
|1985-6||Working Together...In Harmony: Volunteer Management/Union Guidelines (Canada)
||The Volunteer Centre, Community Services Council, St. John's, NF Canada||Pamphlet / Booklet||Download|
|1992||Working with the Community: A Conceptual Framework for Urban Forest Managers (policy report)
||Forest Policy Center, Washington, DC October 21, 1992||Report / Study||Download|
|1977||Working with Volunteers: Guidelines for Nonprofit Organizations
||Foundation for Public Relations Research and Education, Inc., New York, NY||Pamphlet / Booklet||Download|
|1965||Workshop Summary, The Association of Volunteer Bureaus of America (presentations about trends)
||Summary of presentations a the 1965 Annual Forum National Conference on Social Welfare, Atlantic city, NJ May 25-27, 1965||Report / Study||Download|
|2001||World Events Emphasize Continued Need for Volunteerism, Personal Reflection
||Journal of Volunteer Administration||Paddy Bowen||Article||Download|
|2001||World Events Emphasize Continued Need for Volunteerism, Personal Reflection (Canada)
|2001||WWW: Workshops the Wired Way
||World Volunteer Conference, Amsterdam, January 2001||Joanne Kaattari, Vicki kTrottier||Handout / Fact Sheet||Download|
|2001||XVIth World Volunteer Conference: "Volunteers - Capital of the Millennium"
||Journal of Volunteer Administration||Mary Merrill||Article|
|1979||Yes -- Insurance is Necessary
||Volunteer Administration, Association for Volunteer Administration, Spring 1979||Jerry K. Lynes||Article||Download|
|1990's||Yes You Can! Discipline And Dismissal of Volunteers
||Linda Graff and Associates, Inc.||Linda L. Graff||Handout / Fact Sheet||Download|
|1984||Yorkville Volunteer Center
||Yorkville Volunteer Center, New York, NY||Sample||Download|
|1966||You and Your Volunteers: A Partnership That Works (A guide for supervisors)
||Department of Social Welfare, State of New York||Pamphlet / Booklet||Download|
|1990||You Can Make a Difference: Helping Yourself and Others Through Volunteering
Back cover: Why do people volunteer? People help other people because they have learned one of life's great secrets: help one other person and you will also help yourself and your community. You Can Make a Difference is a celebration of the spirit of giving and a guide for those who want to take a step toward a more fulfilling life.
|Volunteer Management Associates||Marlene Wilson||Book||Download|
|2000||Young Americans Choose Volunteering Over Voting
||San Jose Mercury News, October 9, 2000||Article||Download|
|2004||Younger Volunteers in Sweden
||Journal of Volunteer Administration||Richard A. Sundeen, Sally A. Raskoll||Article||Download|
|1982||Your Association Could Be Liable for the Anticompetitive Acts of Members
||Association Management, August 1982||George D. Webster||Article||Download|
|1997||Youth Corps: Promising Strategies for Young People and Their Communities
||Abt Associates, Cambridge, MA February 1997||JoAnn Jastrzab, John Blomquist, Julie Masker, Larry Orr||Pamphlet / Booklet||Download|
||1977 Southwest Regional Confrence of the Child Welfare League of America, April 1977||Harriet H. Naylor||Article||Download|