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Coordinator of Volunteer Services Intern
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We are looking for a detail-oriented and focused Coordinator of Volunteer Services Intern to be responsible for our database of volunteers and volunteer opportunities. The Coordinator of Volunteer Services Intern's responsibilities include recruiting and training new volunteers, keeping a database of volunteer information and skills, matching volunteers to opportunities that suit their skills, keeping volunteers informed, and conveying the organization's purpose to the public.
A successful Coordinator of Volunteer Services Intern should be meticulous about keeping records and passionate about volunteer work. You should uphold the values of our organization while ensuring the comfort of our volunteers in their positions.
Coordinator of Volunteer Services Intern's Responsibilities:
- Recruiting, training, and supervising new volunteers.
- Collecting volunteer information, availability, and skills, and maintaining an up-to-date database.
- Using marketing tools such as outreach programs, e-mails, and volunteer databases.
- Keeping new and existing volunteers informed about the organization and volunteer opportunities.
- Matching volunteers to opportunities that suit their skill sets, and ensuring they understand their responsibilities and receive the proper training.
- Organizing training and leading on-the-job training.
- Keeping schedules and records of volunteers' work.
- Preparing codes of conduct and operating procedures to uphold the organization's values.
- Ensuring the organization's purpose is conveyed to the public.
Coordinator of Volunteer Services Intern's Requirements:
- No experience in volunteering and recruitment required.
- Working knowledge of databases.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Excellent organization and team-building skills.
About MILITARY HERITAGE MUSEUM IN PUNTA GORDA, FL
900 W MARION AVE, PUNTA GORDA, FL 33950, US
The mission of the Military Heritage Museum is to promote an understanding and respect for the rich military heritage of the United States and the sacrifices made by all who serve, living and deceased, emphasizing that freedom isn’t free.
The Military Heritage Museum first opened its doors to the public in Fishermen’s Village in Punta Gorda, Fla., on Pearl Harbor Day 2001. The goal of the Museum - then as now - was to honor veterans from all branches and eras of U.S. military service and to help the general public better understand the contributions and various experiences of American servicemen and women through authentic artifacts and individual stories.
From the start, individual veterans and numerous veteran groups enthusiastically supported the Museum. They generously donated their own personal artifacts and funding; helped build display cases, paint walls and lay carpet; and volunteered as docents.
As of November 2018, the Museum obtained a lease on a new, larger facility in expectation of delivering on the next stage of its vision: the ability to showcase more of its authentic, one-of-a-kind artifact collection and enhance its exhibits and docent-led tours with the latest in video displays, interactive capabilities and touchscreen technologies.
Our new facility opened on April 16, 2019. The goal, however, remains the same: to honor America’s military veterans, to educate and inspire current and future generations of Americans and to remind everyone that "Freedom Isn’t Free."
900 West Marion AvenuePunta Gorda, FL 33950
August 9, 2021
- Data Entry
- Program Management
- Market Research / Analysis
- CSR / Volunteer Coordination
- Verbal / Written Communication
- People 55+
- Must be at least 16
- Orientation or Training
- Must be able to commit 15 hours per week at minimum.
- No experience needed. Must be trainable.