Volunteering Tasmania invites you to a complimentary half day work shop about Communiteer: the social good network facilitated by founder and CEO Victor Lee.
The workshop is designed for:
· Volunteer organisations that need skilled volunteers for specific projects that can be done remotely
· Corporates that have a workforce that can provide skilled volunteers to volunteer organisations in an online environment.
Details of workshop:
Date: 25th September 2019
Time: 9.00 a.m. – 12.00 p.m.
Venue: Volunteering Tasmania, 75 Federal Street, North Hobart
No cost and seating is limited to 10.
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 62315550
Access all day parking in Yardley, Wignall and Ryde Streets. Please observe signs carefully as one side of the road is 2 hour parking and the other side is all day parking.
The team at Communiteer are passionate about building an online community where individuals, for-purpose organisations, and corporations connect and collaborate to amplify their collective impact through crowdsourcing and the use of technology to facilitate social impact at scale.
This workshop will provide a broad understanding of this social movement concept, how it works through the use of technology and crowd sourcing and how it can be applied to grow a volunteer workforce whilst keeping volunteers engaged at the same time in order for organisations and groups to achieve their desirable social outcomes,
By leveraging crowd sourcing technology, Victor Lee will discuss how Communiteer have collaborated to increase capabilities, capacities and communication to volunteers across the sector. Victor will demonstrate how your organisation can be part of the social network, gain access to a greater volunteer pool and the tools to develop deeper engagement with your community and supporters. https://communiteer.org/
About the presenter:
Victor is a social-entrepreneur who believes in cross-sector collaboration and the strength in diversity.
Victor has been involved in the volunteering sector for over 30 years as both a volunteer and a specialist in partnerships in corporate and community environments. He’s held executive and board positions in various community organisations tackling the areas of mental health, youth unemployment, disability, social housing and access to social justice.
Victor co-founded Communiteer in 2016 to make it easier for people to ‘do more good’. Through the use of technology, Communiteer have created a scalable solution to increase social participation in Australia.