This episode of Local Gov Life takes an in-depth look at volunteering and will look at how communities attract and manage volunteers.
This episode of Local Gov Life takes an in-depth look at volunteering and will look at how communities attract and manage volunteers. This episode features Edward Lavallee, city manager, Venice, Florida, John Stephens, associate professor of public administration and government at the University of North Carolina, Patricia Stevens, executive director of the Office of Public Private Partnerships (OP3), and Bryan Montgomery, city manager, Oakley, California.
For more tips and best practices on attracting and managing volunteers, download the June 2016 issue of PM Magazine to learn how the city of Venice, Florida plans and hosts special events through the art of volunteerism.
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