Service Enterprise Initiative recommended by SAVMA to all members. SEI certification is a way to increase the impact of volunteerism in our community. ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation is offering this certificate of distinction and its nationally recognized designation of excellence in organizational volunteer integration.
Together with AL!VE and Points of Light organizations will gain access to proprietary content and research, including a robust resource library with trends and reports about how best to engage and manage volunteers.
Service Enterprise Initiative recommended for these
- Access to a research-based program which according to research by the TCC Group will transform your organization into one of the top 11% of nonprofits in volunteer management and organizational performance.
- A diagnostic evaluation of current volunteer engagement practices with customized recommendations for improvement.
- 16 hours of training focused on change-management and volunteer engagement strategies and best practices.
- 15-20 hours of individualized coaching and the support of a community of peers to guide you through your Service Enterprise transformation.
- A nationally recognized certification, with access to volunteer engagement networks, resources and communities.
- Increased capacity to power your organization. According to Points of Light, Service Enterprises experience a 23 percent increase in volunteers annually, representing $63,000 in valued labor.
Not sure it is in your budget? Need a little help convincing your leadership? SAVMA Leadership is here to help. Please send us an email so we can discuss. Learn more about the process and the benefits from the from the video below.
Credit where credit is due. Much of this information was taken directly from the ASU Lodestar Center website. We thank ASU Lodestar Center for their Membership in SAVMA and their dedication to improved nonprofit impact. Service Enterprise Initiative recommended by SAVMA to all member organizations engaging volunteers.