Hosted by Elli Sparks (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Sandy Simon (email@example.com) and meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of each month during the day.
Join us on Tuesday, October 19th, for our next action team meeting: 9 am PT / 10 am MT / 11 am CT / 12 noon ET on Zoom:
Meeting ID: 531 363 0429
Would you like to learn how to get new volunteers involved with chapter activities, become productive additions to your group and remain active over time? In the Onboarding Action Team’s monthly meetings, volunteers from across the country will share their successful methods and practices with our action team members.
The Onboarding Action Team promises to be informative, interactive and lots of fun as we explore together how to bring new volunteers onboard in our chapters where they can take action and help us build political will.
We hope you will join us for our informative meetings. Sign up at the link below.
Upcoming Speaker Line-up - Tuesdays at 9:00 a.m. PT/12:00 p.m. ET
- Oct. 19th - Garrett Pennell/Trevor Frazier, TX DFW, Organizing Tools
- Nov. 16th - Brett Cease, staff member, The Pyramid of Engagement
- Dec. 14th - Stuart Collins, State Coordinator, Volunteer Activation & Retention
- Volunteer Inventory Form - CCL Community Resource
- Volunteer Inventory Google Slides - for online presentations and workshops.
- Volunteer Inventory Google Form - make a copy to use for your own local CCL chapter's use
- Getting New Volunteers Engaged - CCL Community Training
- Page Potter, NC Raleigh Durham, Onboarding Teamwork
An appreciation of onboarding:
I just wanted to comment that the welcome call I received as a new member of the Austin chapter is what led to me being involved in the MCC campaign, the lobby team, and this new ad project we have. Without that call, I don’t know how long it would have taken me to get involved and/or if I would have ever gotten involved in the MCC campaign. Those welcome calls are great for getting people engaged, especially in the context of "what types of actions do you like," leading them right then and there to step into a campaign. - Matt Mire, TX Austin volunteer
Our Mission Statement:
The mission of the Onboarding Action Team is to provide a place for education, sharing and resources for the onboarding process in a nurturing, interactive and enjoyable environment. We view onboarding expansively to include acclimating new and prospective volunteers, activating and retaining volunteers, and chapter development and organization.
We invite guest speakers from chapters which have a proven track record for successful onboarding, volunteer engagement and retention, providing resources and tools, and chapter development. We create a learning environment for group leaders and onboarding teams who are seeking information on successful onboarding processes for their own chapters.