Established in 1991 and celebrating its 31st year, the Texas Volunteer Management Conference is the leading educational event for current and emerging volunteer management professionals throughout Texas and the U.S. Throughout its history, the conference has provided an opportunity to learn from top-level speakers, trainers, and leaders who are outstanding in their fields. The conference is made possible through partnerships with the Dallas Association of Directors of Volunteers (DADV), the Directors of Volunteers in Agencies (DOVIA) of Tarrant County, VolunteerNow, and OneStar. With these incredible partnership, we look forward to engaging more organizations in Texas.
Exciting new HYBRID Conference option to make this conference even more accessible and engage leaders of volunteers who work for nonprofit organizations or publicly funded agencies throughout the U.S. and around the world. The conference also welcomes anyone in the private sector responsible for engaging volunteers including program managers, executive directors, development and communications team members as well as staff in community relations and corporate social responsibility.
We understand non-profit budgets are tight and professional development doesn’t come cheap. That’s why we decided to make this full conference (one-and-a-half days of programming) available at unprecedented low prices. Attendees got the same great quality of programming, for a fraction of the price.