Online Volunteer Training

Thursday, Jul. 18, 2013 -
6:30pm to 8:30pm
United States
Dr. Lisa Dennis

In 2013 the process for registering volunteers to attend the Online UME 4-H Volunteer Orientation has changed. In an effort to gain correct information and to insure all 4-H units are well aware of who is attending training only 4-H faculty and staff will be able to register volunteers. A volunteer must have completed all UME Volunteer paperwork, been interviewed, completed a position description, and have complete reference checks on file before attending the training.
Please click on the Survey Monkey link below to register your volunteers for this class session. I will send out session reminders in E-News each month.

Remember the classes focus on the following:
Target Audience: New UME 4-H Volunteers
Length: 2 hours
Learning Objective: 1) Improve volunteer's understanding and knowledge of the University of Maryland 4-H youth development program. 2) Increase the quality of program delivery for 4-H members in Maryland. 3) Build a base of committed volunteers to increase program capacity
Description: This class will provide participants basic information on the University of Maryland Extension 4-H Youth Development program. It will cover UME policies and procedures and detail the process to becoming an appointed UME 4-H Volunteer.
Methodology: The course will be taught via Webinar. Participants will need access to a computer with internet connection as well as telephone. The sessions will not be recorded.
Prerequisites: A volunteer must have completed all UME Volunteer paperwork before attending the training.

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