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A Digital Toolkit to Help Your Department's "Do More with Less" Dilemma

This webinar assists departments struggling with how to correctly use social media to boost recruitment.

Participants receive an in-depth overview of tools and tips to help bolster recruitment and retention within their departments as well as resources on how to properly create a schedule for social media activities.

Takeaways:

  • Basic set of social media strategy tips and resources for volunteer recruitment and retention
  • Walk through of the most recommended, low-cost applications
  • Practical toolkit to answer, "how do I start today?" with social media

Presenters:
Tim Hopkins
Assistant Director, IAFC
National Volunteer Workforce Solutions

Ashley Hildebrandt
Public Information Officer IV
Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department

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  • Topics:
    • Leadership
    • Volunteer
    • Department Administration
    • Community Relations
  • Resource Type:
    • Webinar
  • Organizational Author:
    • VWS
    • External

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