Engage Your Remote Volunteers These Seven Ways
Volunteers are more important than ever for associations
One of the best tools at any association's disposal is its base of volunteers. But the pandemic may have depressed volunteerism, which means that many groups now have the challenge of bringing them back.
That's something Wesley Carr, director of stakeholder engagement at the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS), is familiar with. He says the pandemic has dramatically changed the nature of volunteering, including a major decrease in volunteer hours in the weeks after the pandemic began.
That has led to an evolution in strategy for RAPS, which is rebuilding its volunteer approach with a focus on engagement.
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