The North Central Texas Council of Governments – affectionately called “the COG” – is hosting their second-annual Volunteer Symposium on Friday, May 10th. This is an all-day event that provides training on a wide variety of CERT-friendly topics.
This year, they are hosting the symposium at the Ruthe Jackson Center in Grand Prairie. There is no cost to attend but you must register in advance (see below).
From the COG:
The 2nd Annual Volunteer Symposium is an excellent opportunity to expand your network and knowledge base; meet, learn, and network with dedicated leaders in the field; and candidly discuss challenges and successes so we can collectively grow in our missions.
In addition to a dynamic and engaging lunch speaker, this year’s symposium topics include (see attached agenda for details):
- Red Cross Shelter Training
- Volunteer Reception Center
- Managing the Spontaneous Volunteer Workforce
- Stop the Bleed
- Self Care
- Youth Volunteer Engagement
- Leadership for Success
- Leadership Compass 2.0
- Individual Resilience and Personal Preparedness (IRaPP)
- Generational Volunteerism (Panel)
Get ready to be invigorated and inspired! Register now.