Resources & Recognition
OHSU has a lot to offer its volunteers: networking opportunities, hands-on experience, exposure to an academic health center; but the simple act of saying "thank you" can sometimes be the most powerful tool in attracting and retaining great volunteers. Recognizing volunteers' time and commitment doesn't have to cost a lot either. Below are some resources and ideas of how you can recognize your volunteers:
- 2014 Outstanding Volunteer Awards
(nominations due June 6, 2014!)
- 50 No/Low Cost Recognition ideas
- The 9 Elements of Highly Effective Employee Praise
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Volunteers are different than employees and therefore need to be supervised and managed differently. However in some cases, supervising a volunteer may be your first opportunity to ever manage/supervise someone. Here are some great resources to help you learn or brush up on your supervisory skills:
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Best Practices Tools & Resources
Departments, Centers, and Institutes work together in order to ensure the Institutes success. Below are forms provided by these professionals to help create a better experience when hosting a volunteer.