VolunteerMatch Webinar Proposal

Has your company done something out of the ordinary with your employee volunteer program – and seen impressive results? Have you witnessed new trends or conducted research around corporate volunteerism?

Share what you know! VolunteerMatch is asking corporate social responsibility (CSR) and employee engagement thought leaders and practitioners to submit session proposals for our webinar series.

ABOUT:
VolunteerMatch webinars bring together thought leaders in employee volunteering and CSR to explore how companies or brand can elevate their program for social good. The intention is to share knowledge among the CSR community. All webinars are free to the public.

WEBINAR PRESENTER BENEFITS:
You will be a voice in the CSR community, advocating for volunteerism as a way to transform workplaces, communities, campuses, and brands for the better. Our demographic, registration numbers, & promotional reach will help get your voice out there:
• Attendee demographic - academics, consultants, employee volunteer
program managers, community relations/HR, nonprofits, and other CSR practitioners.
• Attendee registrations - depending on the topic, this ranges from 100 to 200+.
• Exposure through Solutions by VolunteerMatch website, blogs & newsletter lists - over 15,000
monthly average reach.
• Mentions on Solutions by VolunteerMatch social media to 2,000+ followers.

WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:
Topics should relate to the webinar's mission of building a better world through corporate responsibility and volunteerism. While topics can be high-level and strategic, attendees should leave the webinar with some kind of actionable content.

Webinar submissions will be reviewed for relevance, clarity, uniqueness, presenter expertise, and the potential for audience engagement and learning outcomes.

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