Monthly Archives: February 2011

Learn and Serve America Serving Us All

By Matt Robinson During the last week Learn and Serve America grantees in Michigan and Maine have independently done some incredible work that I have witnessed. Let me tell you a bit about what the dedicated and talented people working … Continue reading

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A Great Resource for Leaders of Volunteers

By Jen Lobley When it comes to volunteer development, one of my all time favorite Web sites is In 1977 Susan Ellis founded Energize, Inc., a training, consulting, and publishing firm that specializes in volunteerism and has had a … Continue reading

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By Ann Swain With all that we have to do as managers of volunteers, it may be difficult to even consider becoming a part of a ‘network’. Specifically, a ‘network of managers of volunteers’ may actually be one of the … Continue reading

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Moving toward balance: Identifying where you are spending your time

By Jane Haskell Last month in Juggling? Or Balance? I outlined the steps for creating a self-care plan which was, in fact, a personal affinity diagram. Having this self-care plan is an excellent step toward creating the balance you might … Continue reading

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