Spring 2021 Volunteer Management Training Registration Form

Registration Now OPEN!

Mondays : April 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2021

9:00am – Noon


Do you supervise volunteers for a nonprofit organization, a faith community, fire & rescue team, homeowners association, corporate or student group?

This workshop training is for anyone who supervises or manages volunteers

Join us on Monday, April 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17 & 24 

via Zoom (9:00 a.m. – NOON) 

for this 6 part 18 hour Volunteer Management Training event.

This nationally recognized training series will provide you with proven strategies, take-home ideas, and networking experience to improve your volunteer program.

  • Understanding Volunteer Motives
  • Planning Your Volunteer Program
  • Recruiting & Placing Volunteers
  • Orienting & Training Volunteers
  • Supervising Volunteers
  • Evaluating a Volunteer Program

Loudoun Cares welcomes back Trainer, Debra Bressler, Manager of Volunteer Engagement, Loudoun County Area Agency on Aging to deliver this course alongside our own executive director Valerie Pisierra. Debra has delivered volunteer management courses since 2007 and continues to bring her experience and valuable lessons to the learning event.

  • “I LOVED this training! I think what I found most effective is the breakdown of volunteer management into digestible steps. I feel like I can tackle what I need to – from where I am right now. “

  • “The training did an excellent job of showing the potential for a well-developed, large-scale volunteer program, as well as giving the background knowledge and process for someone just starting a program.”

Workshop Fees:

Open Registration: $165 

Fees include 6 training sessions, printed training manual, digital training manual, and goodie bags. (To be picked up prior to training). 

Registration Closes March 31, 2021 

Complete the Following to Register:

Platinum/gold sponsors

Loudoun Cares wants to thank all our supporter for their dedication to our cause. With their help, we can continue to connect those who serve with those in need to build a stronger community.