Current IssueFrom the IJOVA Editor, Ryan Schmiesing, Ph.D.
This issue of the International Journal of Volunteer Administration (IJOVA) includes three compelling Feature Articles. Siordia presents data extracted from the Volunteering Supplement of the Current Population Survey from 2011-15 and shows volunteer rates for specific populations in the U.S. van Gilst and co-authors present an interesting argument for user testing of volunteer brokerage websites and share insights into the importance of usability of specific websites. Finally, Gallagher presents findings from a study focused on Peace Corps members and their early termination and overall length of service.
On behalf of the IJOVA Board, I’m pleased to share this issue with you and look forward to continuing to grow the journal in the year to come through your active readership and submission of potential manuscripts.Vol. XXXIII, No. 3 (December, 2018)Link to Full IssueThe Role of Place Attachment on Appalachian Trail Conservancy Volunteer Involvement
Political Skill of Volunteer Board Members in the Nonprofit Milieu:? A Resource Dependency Perspective
Impacts of “Voluntourism” and Future Fair Trade Practices?Vol. XXXIII, No. 2 (July, 2018)Link to Full IssuePet Visitation: A Study of Hospital Volunteer MotivationsIntegrated Review of Volunteer Retention and Implications for Training
Confessions of Three (over) Achievers, Programming for Affiliation-Motivated VolunteersVol. XXXIII, No. I (March, 2018)Link to Full Issue Creating, Implementing, and Supporting a State-wide Volunteer Conflict Management SystemBefriending with Socially Isolated Immigrant Seniors: An Inquiry into its Contributions and Challenges
Modeling volunteer retention in professional membership associations through targeting specific motivations and satisfying certain aspects of volunteer experience
Volume XXXII (2016-2017)
Volume XXX (2013)
Volume XXIX (2012)
Volume XXVIII (2011) Volume XXVII (2010) Volume XXVI (2009) Volume XXV (2008) Volume XXIV (2006-2007) Previous issues of the journal are in paper format only and are currently being digitized. They will be posted here at a later date.