Nonprofit Insights: How Nonprofits Across the U.S. Screen Volunteers (and How You Compare)

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Upcoming Dates

Thursday, March 30, 2017
11:00am - 12:00pm Pacific / 2:00pm - 3:00pm Eastern
Duration: 
60 minutes
Facilitator(s): 
Hosted By: 
VolunteerMatch
Cost: 
Free

How does your organization handle background checks for its volunteers? Do you struggle with finding a clear process? Or, maybe you’re part of the 32% of nonprofits who have never run a background check?

What if there was a way to make the background checks process work for you?

VolunteerMatch partnered with SureID® — a leading identity assurance provider — to conduct a survey that assesses volunteer screening practices at nonprofits across the United States. After gathering responses and crunching the numbers, we’re ready to publish the results.

In this nonprofit insights webinar, SureID’s VP of Identity Strategy, Justin Oberman, will review findings from the survey and compare them against industry benchmarks. He’ll then share strategies for protecting your mission and discuss how vetting enhancements can lower costs and minimize your nonprofit’s risk.

What You'll Learn: 

● Findings from our nonprofit and volunteer screening surveys.

● Strategies for protecting your mission.

● Discussion on how vetting enhancements can lower costs and minimize risk.

Who Should Attend: 
  • Leaders of Volunteers
  • Nonprofit Professionals
  • Volunteer Program Managers
Thursday, March 30, 2017

Facilitator(s):

Justin Oberman is Vice President (VP) of Identity Strategy at SureID.
Basil helps nonprofits and volunteer engage better with one another by posting impactful tips and sharing stories on VolunteerMatch.org, Engaging Volunteers, GoodCauses Newsletter, and VolunteerMatch's social media platforms.

How does the webinar work?

You attend the webinar using your Internet connection. Once you register, your confirmation email will provide you with an Internet link where you join the webinar at the specified date and time. The webinar audio uses your computer's microphone or speakers (VoIP). A telephone option is also available for audio. You will also be able to ask questions during the webinar.

System Requirements:

PC based attendees - Windows 7, Vista XP or 2003 Server
Mac based attendees - Mac OS X 10.5 or newer