2024 Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism

Conference Date: Wednesday, May 22nd
Venue: New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College (Manchester, NH)
Session Proposal Submission Deadline: Wednesday, February 14

Volunteer NH is seeking pro bono session presenters for the 2024 fully in-person Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism.

While this year’s conference will be fully in-person, there is an additional opportunity for presenters to present virtually during one of the NH Volunteer Engagement Network meetings over the next year. You will be able to indicate your preferences in the proposal form.

Presentation details:

  • All sessions will be 75 minutes long
  • In order to keep costs low for attendees, all sessions will be pro bono unless otherwise agreed on.
View and Submit a Session Proposal


A few facts about the Conference:

For over 30 years, the purpose of the Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism is to provide professional development that will support and strengthen NH volunteer programs & organizations.

Expected session categories include:

  • Volunteer Recruitment/Management
  • Marketing & Technology
  • Fundraising
  • Corporate Volunteerism
  • Organizational Management/Culture
  • Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI)
  • Community & Partnership
  • Civic Engagement
  • Personal/Professional Development
  • Leadership Development
  • Mental Health & Wellness

Attendees include:

  • Nonprofit leaders/employees (especially volunteer managers!)
  • Volunteers (including members of a nonprofit Board of Directors)
  • AmeriCorps & AmeriCorps Seniors staff/members/volunteers
  • Business professionals interested in corporate social responsibility (CSR)

Want to get involved in planning the Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism? Join the committee!

Help Volunteer NH review session proposals, make important decisions about the schedule, and work to make this conference the best one so far. The committee meets approximately every month via Zoom. Join us when you can.

Interested? Questions?
Contact conference lead, Tyler Jones (Tyler@volunteernh.org) for more information.

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