Presented by the Volunteer Engagement Community
November 15-16, 2022
Public Gardens and parks are more important now than ever and Volunteers provide critical support to the mission and success of these organizations. Volunteers allow us to augment the work of paid staff, to effectively engage our communities, and they share special skills to our workforce. Volunteers are our community ambassadors and they provide essential support especially during these challenging and uncertain times. The Volunteer IMPACT Symposium will highlight the myriad of ways Volunteer contributions are vital to our organizations and also how our organizations are vital to them.
$125 members/$250 non-members
Registration Fee Assistance is available. Please apply here. Applications due by October 21st, 2022. Applicants will be alerted by October 31st, 2022.
This symposium has been generously sponsored by Better Impact.
Bailee Hopkins-Hensley Community Liaison Programs, Initiatives, and Networks Coordinator, APGA
Taylor Woodcock (Chair) Director of Volunteer Engagement, Iowa State University Foundation (former Manager of Volunteer Engagement, Reiman Gardens)
Eryn Hatzithomas (Co-Chair) Community Engagement Manager, Queens Botanical Garden
Briana Berkowitz Professional Development Assistant, APGA