AL!VE, in collaboration with the CCVA, has created a set of professional standards for volunteer managers. For a copy of these standards, click here.
AL!VE RECEPTION Thursday June 20 * Washington DC area We cordially invite you to be attend the 2013 AL!VE™ Reception on Thursday, June 20th from 6:30pm-8:30pm. Please join volunteer leaders from across the country, and AL!VE™ members and Board of Directors, for an evening of networking and celebration at the Bison Bistro, located in the iconic Department of the Interior building, 1849 C Street NW, Washington, DC.
Shuttle service will be provided starting at 6:00pm and the pick-up and drop-off zone will be on L Street between 7th & 9th Streets, which is located between the two convention center buildings. The reception will be followed by tours of the National Mall beginning at the World War II Memorial where National Park Service volunteers and paid staff will be awaiting guests’ arrival. The last shuttle will leave the World War II Memorial at 10:00pm. AL!VE™ is the only national organization dedicated to supporting leadership efforts in an ever-changing world of volunteer engagement. AL!VE™ provides member resources and access to tools, research, and best practices in volunteer management.
If you are attending NCVS, you will your name badge for the Interior Building security staff to make for an easy entrance. Any reception guests who are not conference attendees should have a photo ID for entrance. The 2013 AL!VE™ Reception will be the sole reception at the National Conference on Volunteering and Service devoted to bringing together professional volunteer managers to celebrate their essential work and commitment. We would be honored for you to join us. Please RSVP by email to email@example.com. Thank you for supporting leaders of volunteers, and we look forward to seeing you at the reception.
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