Birmingham MasterRecorded as part of the 2013 AASLH Online Conference, Volunteers: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Change  helps you discover how three organizations have re-worked their volunteer programs, creating a mutually beneficial relationship; expanding the role of volunteers by giving them greater responsibility and matching jobs to specialized skills, opening their volunteer program to younger and different people; and bringing about the institutional shifts necessary to support these changes.

Presenters include:

Phyllis Gilman, Volunteer Administrator, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY

Rebecca Martin, Volunteer and Tour Coordinator, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC

Sharon Dean, Director of Museum and Library Services, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH

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Members – $15.00
Nonmembers – $30.00

Online Conference Session recorded at the AASLH Annual Meeting in Birmingham, AL  September 19, 2013.

When you purchase this recording, you will receive an email from AASLH with a link to a product page. The product page will contain the recording viewable through Youtube and as a download. This page will also contain any handouts that were available as part of the original online conference.