Episode #16: Vow to Volunteer

An Educational Video Series for #EventProfs

Episode 16: Vow to Volunteer

Today’s episode is all about how to explore the world of volunteering—and why it may be a cornerstone to your professional development and your venue’s growing influence in your community. It also happens to be our 16th episode in the series where we’re talking about Venue Marketing 101 and how to market an event venue.

Sometimes we forget that small acts of kindness and doing just a little out in the community can have a very big impact on both our personal and professional goals.

If you’re thinking about volunteering as part of your influence-building strategy this year, it’s important to think about what you’ll do with intention.

We’re going to focus on three (3) key ideas in this episode:

  • Joining the right volunteer committees
  • Producing gorgeous galas and other nifty events and
  • Participating in mega service days in your city.

These three topical areas are going to help you get some of the biggest bang for your buck in the word of events and volunteerism and this episode is going to help you see how.

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