Mission Statement...The Wisconsin Volunteer Coordinators Association is a statewide professional organization advocating for coordinators of volunteer services through support, resources and educational development.
The WVCA is a Wisconsin professional association which was founded in 1973 to create a statewide network for managers of volunteers. WVCA is designed to serve as a positive force in the promotion of volunteerism, leadership and volunteer management.
The association provides annual volunteer management training at the Wisconsin Volunteer Coordinators Association's Conference each spring. The board meets regularly to conduct association business, exchange ideas and deal with issues of mutual concerns. WVCA is run by members for members. All members are encouraged to participate on committees and consider leadership positions on the board. Board meetings are open to current paid members. General membership meetings are held annually at the WVCA Conference.
Conference Announcement: Please note that available spots for the 2014 WVCA Conference are filled and a waitlist has been started. We encourage you to complete a waitlist registration so you may be contacted as space becomes available due to cancellations (through April 23). For concerns, please contact Shelly Kaiser, Conference Co-Chair, at email@example.com or 715-298-5723. Thank you.
Professional Achievement Award 2013
The WVCA annually recognizes a volunteer manager within the organization that receives the Professional Achievement Award. This award is given to someone who is nominated as being an outstanding manager of volunteer services, is a leader among peers, involved in the community, and a resource to other volunteer managers.
The 2013 Award goes to Stu Driessen from Outagamie County Volunteers in Offender Services. Congratulations to Stu for achieving this honored recognition.
More to come on how to nominate an individual for the 2014 Professional Achievement Award!!!
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