Manager Volunteer And Intern Department Resume Example

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(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor

Dedicated professional with 20 successful years experience recruiting in the non-profit sector, eager to bring my skills to recruit in the high demand of healthcare. Proven to work independently with limited supervision and with other department personnel. Eager to meet challenges, research issues and support quality-driven initiatives.

  • Recruitment skills
  • Interview technique
  • Community Collaboration
  • Telephone etiquette
  • Database management
  • Project management
  • Recordkeeping
  • Team collaboration
  • Experience in leadership
Education and Training
Chelmsford High School Chelmsford, MA Expected in 01/1980 High School Diploma : - GPA :
Middlesex Community College Bedford, MA Expected in 01/1986 : - GPA :
Northeastern University Boston, MA Expected in 01/1989 : Criminal Justice/ Prelaw - GPA :
New Hampshire Concord, NH Expected in 01/1998 Police Standards and Training : - GPA :
Ufc Gym - Manager Volunteer and Intern Department
Mililani, HI, 03/2015 - Current
  • Recruit and manage interns and volunteers to effectively ensure the strategic goals of the organization are being met.
  • Recruit volunteer teams for one day large scale projects and events.
  • Recognized the best talent in interns and converted them to hire to have a better than average intern to hire rate.
  • Develop and conduct training on the value of volunteerism and internships.
  • Attend career, intern, virtual fairs and utilized out of the box platforms to recruit interns as well as staff.
  • Follow up on calls, referrals, and college contacts.
  • Member of several statewide organizations including United Ways and College Interest groups
  • Follow State and Federal Human Resource laws and guidelines.
  • Customer Service Steering Committee Member
  • Develop and maintains budget
  • Presenter and trainer at National Summit on Volunteer Engagement Leadership.
  • Presenter and trainer at Blaine House Conference.
  • Worked well in team environment as well as independently.
Special Olympics NH - Manager Volunteers, Outreach and Training
City, STATE, 12/2011 - 03/2015
  • Recruit various types of volunteers such as long term volunteers, management team volunteers and one day volunteers.
  • Place volunteers in appropriate roles and ensure that the volunteer is getting a meaningful experience.
  • Recruit athletes and management team volunteers to reach the strategic goals of the organization.
  • Develop relationship with board members, CEO’s, key community members, political members and community at large to effectively move forward with the goals of the organization.
  • Plan and manage large scale events to ensure that the organization meets their financial and strategic goals.
  • Plan and implement presentations on a large and small scale and present to various groups both in and out of the Special Olympic community.
  • Network within the community to utilize existing community resources to further the financial and membership goals of the organization.
  • Conduct trainings with volunteers to ensure that they have the most updated information and tools available to do their volunteer role.
  • Write monthly publication for volunteers in organization
  • Strategic Planning Team member
  • Write and maintain budget
  • Assigned tasks to associates to fit skill levels and maximize team performance.
Girl Scouts Of Eastern Mass - Membership Manager/ Program Manager
City, STATE, 12/2007 - 12/2011
  • Recruit volunteers and membership to meet the goals of the organization.
  • Plan and implement weekly, travel recruiting events.
  • Train volunteers in accordance with the volunteer development system.
  • Manage volunteers and staff to include supervision, training, and removal in some cases. Also develop and oversee the proper management levels of each job description.
  • Develop and implement programs in communities to meet the needs of the membership, and ensure that the programs run at the greatest rate of return for the council by developing and working within the budget.
  • Network within the community to represent Girl Scouts and to utilize community resources to assist Girl Scouts in meeting and exceeding the council goals.
  • Coordinate meetings and communications between the council and volunteers.
  • Ran in city summer Girl Scout Leadership programming for disadvantaged youth.
  • Created non-traditional Girl Scout programming to fit the needs of older girls who otherwise would not attend.
  • Strategic Learning Team and Planning Committee.
  • Lead on internal Customer Service initiative
  • Promoted high customer satisfaction by resolving problems with knowledgeable and friendly service.
Girl Scouts Of Swift Water Council - Membership Specialist
City, STATE, 12/2001 - 12/2007
  • Recruit membership and manage retention to ensure growth of the organization.
  • Develop and implement cutting edge programming to serve the changing needs of today’s girl and help disadvantage girls change their outlook on life.
  • Identify grants to fund programs, and work with schools to develop programming to continue learning after the school day to enhance their curriculum.
  • Create vacation camps and write budgets so that the camps run at the greatest rate of return while providing program for the girls.
  • Network with various agencies in the community to promote the Girl Scout mission and combine resources.
  • Designed and implemented Tack and Trot, a horse riding camp that is now a very popular draw for Camp Seawood in Portsmouth, NH
  • Hire and supervise volunteers and staff for outreach programs including college interns.
  • Oversaw membership data system to ensure that all information is accurate and complete.
Special Trainings and Skills: , High School Coach Training through NHIAA Police Officer Field Training Officer Girl Scout Train the Trainer Curriculum Completed Trainer of coaches in Special Olympics Presented and Trainer of Volunteer Managers presently
Additional Information
  • Over 650 hours of Police and Corrections Training available upon request during the 1989-1998 NH Governor’s Medal of Honor Recipient
  • Created a robust intern department by networking with colleges in the area and throughout the United States, resulting in a 49% intern to hire rate.

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School Attended
  • Chelmsford High School
  • Middlesex Community College
  • Northeastern University
  • New Hampshire
Job Titles Held:
  • Manager Volunteer and Intern Department
  • Manager Volunteers, Outreach and Training
  • Membership Manager/ Program Manager
  • Membership Specialist
  • High School Diploma
  • Police Standards and Training