In addition to the annual conference, we offer periodic webinars designed to help administrators and student leaders strengthen their efforts and programs.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Volunteer Management Database Solutions

Our second webinar focused on technology for managing volunteer and community partner information. We¬† invited our partners at NobleHour to provide a demo of their platform. We think it’s the best solution out there, but we know that for many of us, it is often difficult to find the time to become familiar with new solutions much less decide and adopt one.

Click to watch the video recording of the webinar

The NobleHour channel on YouTube also features a number of short videos covering  different features and functions.


August 2nd

The Coalition of Projects Model

Building and strengthening campus-based community service programs

John Sarvey
Executive Director, School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs
Northeastern University
Board Chair, IMPACT National Conference

Heather Schill
Assistant Director, Center for Excellence in Learning Through Service (CELTS)
Berea College
Board Member, IMPACT National Conference

View the Recording | Download the Powerpoint | Download the One-Pager on the Model

Discuss why it is critical to have a comprehensive program that can house or provide support for all the student-led service organizations and projects on campus.

Learn how organizational structure impacts everything from recruitment to retention, diversity, quality and impact of service, leadership development, student voice, funding, and much more.

The most effective and longest-lasting campus programs in the nation all unwittingly share common structural characteristics. What are they? How can they strengthen your overall program? Come find out how it might help your campus to have a stronger program that engages a substantial portion of the student body is sustained, high quality community service year after year.

Building It Up

For 2012-13 IMPACT will be piloting a new organizational development/capacity-building program for colleges and universities interested in adopting the Coalition of Projects Model or enhancing programs that already have parts of the model.

The pilot program will involve an initial organizational assessment, development of an implementation plan, consulting and training, and participation in a network of institutions all seeking to strengthen their service programs.

In addition, we will be assembling a team of researchers, consultants, and trainers.


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