ATD is recognizing its global community of volunteers during National Volunteer Week, April 19–23. Throughout the week:
Thank you to all of the volunteers who give their time and energy to ATD. Our association is fortunate to benefit from the passion, commitment, and talent of so many people. To all of our volunteers who give so generously and help ATD fulfill its vision, thank you for your efforts to "create a world that works better."
ATD Board of Directors
ATD Certification Institute Board of Directors
ATD Certification Item Writing and Review Teams
ATD Chapter Leaders
ATD Chapter Leaders Conference Program Advisory Committee
ATD Forum Advisory Group
ATD TechKnowledge Program Advisory Committee
Awards Strategy Committee
BEST Awards Reviewers
Chapter Recognition Committee
Excellence in Practice Awards Reviewers
Healthcare Community Advisory Group
International Conference Program Advisory Committee
International Conference On-Site Volunteers
National Advisors for Chapters
Public Policy Advisory Group
Sales Enablement Advisory Committee
All ATD CI Exams are written and peer reviewed by certificants. Training is provided and volunteer time can be counted toward recertification points. Interested in applying? Email Holly Batts, associate director of credentialing, at [email protected].
There’s a paradox of volunteer leadership. People are drawn to a cause, a need, or an opportunity to make a difference on an issue that matters to them, but they also desire some benefit from their volunteer experience, such as have the opportunity to learn something new, strengthen skills, build a social network, receive training, or enjoy status and public recognition. Based on award winning research, this webinar will provide you with compelling data that demonstrates both the personal and financial benefits of volunteer leadership. You will be armed with information you can use to create a compelling message to recruit new volunteer leaders to your chapter.