Volunteer Management - General Practices

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Des Moines Area Community College
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Journal of Volunteer Administration
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Foundation for Public Relations Research and Education, Inc., New York, NY
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Published by VARC, British Columbia, Canada, February 1977
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Office of Human Development Services, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare
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Four-One-One, Annandale, VA
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Ministry of Culture and Recreation, Ontario, Canada
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AAMV (American Association of Museum Volunteers) magazine, Fall 1989
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The American Lecture Series in Social and Rehabilitation Psychology, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher
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Graduate Seminar, Loyola University Institute of Industrial Relations, April 1980
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American Association of University Women - Calavaras Chapter, and the Volunteer Bureau of Calaveras County. CA
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Corporation for National and Community Service, Washington, DC July 2007
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The National Committee for Mental Hygiene, Inc., New York, NY
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Canadian Blood Services, edited for AVA Summit for National Level Managers of Volunteer Resources
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The Volunteer Centre of South Australia, Inc., Adelaide, South Australia
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INVOLVE, Journal of the Volunteer Centre, Berkhamsted, UK Winter 1986/7
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service, September 1978
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Quality Service Marketing http://www.qualityservicemarketing.com
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Illinois Parks & Recreation publication, July/August 1995
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Organization Development Journal, Volume 14, Number 3, Fall 1996
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Journal of Volunteer Administration
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Marlene Wilson moves from the hows to the whys of leading volunteer programs. She urges all who lead volunteers to move beyond thinking of themselves as managers to thinking of themselves as leaders—those who develop vision for volunteer programs and impart that vision throughout an organization. Includes16 of her most popular presentations from 1974 to 1999.

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Energize
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Journal of Volunteer Administration
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National Center for Alcohol Education, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
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Volunteer Florida: Governor's Commission on Volunteerism & Service
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Vancouver Volunteer Centre
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Community Links newsletter, National Sheriffs' Association, Winter 1999
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