VolunteerPro - Training and Resources for Leaders of Volunteers
A service of Tobi Johnson and Associates

How can VolunteerPro simplify your life?

We are a membership-based learning community where volunteer resource managers -- from all types of organizations -- get access to expert online training and tools that can save them time. What’s more, new members immediately become part of an active network of like-minded professionals who share ideas and support.

VolunteerPro helps you answer these questions and more:

  • How do I find the right volunteers for the right jobs?

  • How do I get the support I need from my boss?

  • How do I easily track the success of my volunteer program?

  • Here's a great business case about the value of VolunteerPro.


    Take a peek inside our on-line learning community for volunteer leaders!

     
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    “These webinars are chock full of solid content and use humor well to make their points. Tobi and Tracey are top notch at what they do. The timeliness of the topics could not be better.  I am learning so many skills that are very applicable to my work.” 

    “Volunteer Pro serves as a nerve center for volunteer managers from all walks of life. There isn’t quite any online community like it because Tobi Johnson has such a wealth of expertise in this area that she is able to curate the community to provide depth and strategy when it comes to designing volunteer based programming. The tone and pace of new and relevant information is on point, the community is insightful and supportive, and the content is spot on when it comes to practical application. You might want to bookmark Volunteer Pro in your browser because the likelihood is, it will be a quick favorite.”

    “Being new to the volunteer coordinating field I have had so many questions, volunteer recognition being one of them. One of the moderators of the chat was able to answer many questions, and suggestions, and even offered for me to open up to the community about ideas that I have about changing volunteer recognition ways in my organization.”

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