Part 2: Volunteer Management for Historic Preservation Surveys and Advocacy
Volunteers play a critical role in local historic resource surveys and preservation advocacy efforts. They frequently determine whether or not a grant-funded survey makes financial sense for a local government. For local nonprofit organizations, volunteers also form the backbone of a strong preservation outreach and advocacy effort. This short webinar will gather together speakers from nonprofits. Learn how preservation can efficiently manage and leverage the power of volunteer-driven efforts - whether in advocacy or local historic resource planning. This webinar will be beneficial to advocates, consultants, and anyone interested in utilizing volunteers to make long-yearned-for preservation projects financially feasible.
- Develop a work plan for managing and organizing volunteers around a common preservation project Learning
- Identify resources and management techniques for effectively tracking volunteer efforts
- Leverage volunteers in Certified Local Government funded Projects and other preservation projects
- Understand the interactions between organizations, consultants, local government, and state government in developing a volunteer-driven project