May 13th - Towards a Bright Future
COVID-19: What Next? - FREE Online April 2020 Workshop
As volunteer engagement professionals, we bring people together and speak the language of connectivity. At a time, when keeping people apart is our safest choice in slowing the spread of COVID-19, we are being challenged to break connections, steward from afar, build relationships in new ways and become familiar with technologies we might not have had to use before. In this session, we’ll talk about what’s happening today and brainstorm how we can prepare for a post COVID-19 world as volunteer engagement professionals.
How to participate: We’ll be using Zoom to gather online. This is free to use from any device with internet including a phone. You can also call in and participate through a landline but you won’t be able to see the presenter's screen. If you are using Zoom for the first time, here is a helpful video tutorial for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIkCmbvAHQQ You can choose to use video so we can all see each other (we are a GREAT looking group after all) but this is not required. Our facilitator will be sharing video.
Here are the details for joining the call:
Join the TAVA April Meeting - https://zoom.us/j/190177527
Meeting ID: 190 177 527
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+1 647 558 0588 Canada
+1 647 374 4685 Canada
Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/adSTsYnQGF
This workshop is FREE for all TAVA and non-TAVA members. Please feel free to share the link information with any coworkers who might want to join the conversation.
Faiza Venzant CVA, CVRM is the General Manager, Volunteer Development at the YMCA of Greater Toronto and a Board Member with the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration. With 20 years of leadership experience in volunteer engagement, she was a Canadian recipient of the inaugural IMPACT award for Exemplary Volunteer Leadership in 2019. She is passionate about inclusion in volunteerism and a big cheerleader of volunteer engagement professionals. . In 2018, Faiza published her first children’s book entitled, My Mamma Wants to Eat Me Up! As a mother of two young boys, she has not actually eaten any of her children up.