Are you a VolunteerMatch pro and a whiz at engaging with volunteers? Are you interested in making real, long-lasting change and creating a positive impact in the community? Are you eager to serve on a team with a diverse group? SBAVP is getting ready to relaunch our workshops in conflict management skills, and we’re looking for an organized individual to join our team as our VolunteerMatch Coordinator!
Recruiting, screening and following up with interested volunteers
Assuring completion of Volunteer Opportunity forms and other required paperwork
Keeping track of volunteers’ involvement
Reporting workshops to the AVP CA database
Providing summaries of data collected to the Executive Director
Maintaining contact with volunteers
How to know if this role may be right for you:
You’re familiar with VolunteerMatch as a platform
Organization and administrative work is your strength!
You have taken (or are willing to take) AVP’s Basic Workshop
You have a passion for AVP’s mission and values
You’re eager to expand your communication and interpersonal skills!
About Santa Barbara-ALTERNATIVES TO VIOLENCE PROJECT
PO BOX 3294, SANTA BARBARA, CA 93130, US
We seek to empower teens and various individuals to become leaders in the community and live nonviolent lives through affirmation, respect for all, community building, cooperation, and trust.
Who is SBAVP?
The Santa Barbara Alternatives to Violence Project is a multicultural volunteer organization that is dedicated to reducing interpersonal violence in our society, exploring different ways of handling conflict, and bringing people together as we seek to better understand one another. SBAVP has offered laughter-filled community workshops in Santa Barbara since 1992. We also offer workshops at the Lompoc Federal Prison! SBAVP is part of AVP California, AVP USA, and AVP International.
SBAVP offers workshops that aid participants in discovering new conflict management tools, learning about relationships and communication, and building leadership skills, thus enabling individuals to:
Build successful interpersonal interactions
Reflect and gain deeper insights into themselves
Find positive, new approaches to life
These experiential workshops empower individuals not only to liberate themselves from the burden of violence, but also to become leaders in their communities.
Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
February 22, 2021
Verbal / Written Communication
Must be at least 18
It is helpful/ideal that you take AVP's Basic Workshop, but not necessary!