Conferences & Training

Working with Volunteers 2018

May 9 - 10, 2018
The Studio
Leeds, United Kingdom


We all know that asking your alumni to volunteer their time is a great way to increase and improve engagement. However, getting your volunteer programme and its many elements right isn't always straightforward - or easy.

Whether you have recently established volunteering a volunteering programme, are considering piloting some initial volunteering projects or are involved in running a more established volunteering programme, this one-and-a-half day conference will address your key volunteering challenges.

Programme

Leave the conference with new practical skills and ideas from sector leaders to strengthen your volunteer initiatives.

This year's conference is chaired by CASE volunteer Hannah Fox, Senior Alumni Relations Manager, Student Engagement, London Business School


Strategise your current and future programmes for long term institutional impact
  • Achieve buy-in from across your institution
  • Develop your stewardship and recognition offering
  • Discover what other institutions think they do well - and what they wouldn't do again
  • Grow your programme sustainably
  • Hear from by industry leaders sharing their experiences and top tips
  • Benefit from interactive group learning sessions designed to provide practical insights for you to take away
  • Address your specific concerns or challenges around alumni volunteering
  • Attend breakfast roundtables with peers working on similar projects
Who should attend?

This seminar is suitable for professionals working in volunteering and supporter engagement programmes of all shapes and sizes - and at all stages of development. Our dynamic programme will inspire you to return to your institution ready to launch or reinvigorate your volunteer initiatives.

To help you come away with advice and experiences relevant to you and your institution, we will be running two separate tracks at some points in the conference.

Start conversations today!

Network with and be inspired by other practitioners across the sector and start conversations online in advance via CASE Europe's online Communities