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How important is it to have a formal orientation process for volunteers new to our organization?  
The process of orientation is critical to the organization's ability to attract, develop, and retain a volunteer workforce. Each volunteer should have a position description that includes but is not limited to the position title, supervisor, duties, training, qualifications, time requirement, length of commitment, and evaluation process. Share the mission, vision, goals, objectives and strategies of the organization, with new volunteers as part of their orientation process. It is important for volunteers to have a clear understanding of the organization’s mission and how their efforts will contribute to meeting the organization’s goals.
Keywords: Resource, Organization, Managing Volunteers, training

Question & Answer Service Providers  
Service ProviderReferenceMeans of Delivery
American Red Cross Volunteer Management Classes
Army Community Service The Army Family Readiness Group Leader's Handbook Publication
Army Family Team Building Army Family Team Building Level II Training Outline
Boy Scouts of America Volunteer Management Classes
Girl Scouts of the USA Volunteer Management Classes
Installation Volunteer Coordinator Department of the Army Pamphlet 608-28 Handbook on Volunteers in Army Community Service Verbal
Public and Private Training Organizations Human Resources Classes
Public and Private Training Organizations Volunteer Management Classes
Public and Private Training Organizations Orientation Classes

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