Survivor 101

Survivor 101



The Survivor 101 series focuses on key areas that past participants have expressed an interest in learning more about:

  • Not-for-Profit Lifecycles
  • Board Development
  • Volunteer Engagement
  • Funding

If you are a staff member, board member, volunteer, performer, artist, start-up visionary, or tenaciously holding on to a community arts organization in the terminal stages of decline, these workshops are for you!

Amping up Volunteer Engagement: Seeking & Keeping Talent

Wednesday April 6, 2016 9:00 am - noon

Back by popular demand this session will present strategies and lessons that will focus on what it takes to build a robust volunteer program. Don’t risk losing or missing out on potential volunteers – keep your volunteers engaged and have opportunities for them to grow.


Marnie Perrin and Elias Rhajiak, Surrey international Children’s Festival - Bios

Lindsay Baker, Vancouver Aquarium and Administrators of Volunteer Resources in BC - Bio

Brade Stanton, Volunteer Coordination Consultant - Bio

Vancouver Civic Theatre Salon
649 Cambie Street, Vancouver


 How to Ensure Your Best Volunteers Leave

 How to Ensure Your Best Volunteers Leave - Speaking Notes

 Surrey International Children's Festival Volunteer Program

 Volunteer Recognition and Retention



If you have any question or comments:

  Judy Robertson