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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 an expert panel of speakers from nonprofits, local government, state government and consulting. 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 local planners, advocates, consultants, and anyone interested in utilizing volunteers to make long-yearned-for preservation projects financially feasible.

Learning Objectives

  1. Develop a workplan for managing and organizing volunteers around a common preservation project Learning
  2. Identify resources and management techniques for effectively tracking volunteer efforts
  3. Leverage volunteers in Certified Local Government funded Projects and other preservation projects Learning
  4. Understand the interactions between organizations, consultants, local government, and state government in developing a volunteer-driven project

Speakers

Jonathan Haeber, Field Services Director, California Preservation Foundation; Liz Rice, HistoriCorps Volunteer Workforce Manager; Kurt Weidemen, City Councilmember, City of Torrance.