How are you or your business making an impact in our community? More and more businesses across the nation are seeing the value of community engagement. And with more employees seeing multiple benefits of volunteerism, they now expect their company to offer programs to support volunteerism or the community.
Whether it’s recruitment, retention, employee and community engagement, or public relations, volunteering is good for business.
Whether you looking for a new career and need to expand your network, looking to upskill for a new role, or most importantly just want to give back to the community in which you live, volunteering is good for you.
You are invited to Evolve, A Professional Development Series on Wednesday, April 3rd from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm where Mike Calvo of NobleHour will show you how to fully leverage your company’s volunteering initiatives to maximize those benefits for your business, and Jason Hickox, from Camp Ukandu, will explain “be selfish, volunteer”.
Mike Calvo, Director of Sales & Development – NobleHour
NobleHour is the leading volunteer impact solution for companies and organizations to track, measure and share the impact they make on communities through volunteerism and service. NobleHour is a B Corp, based in Portland, OR with offices around North America.
Jason Hickox, Executive Director – Camp Ukandu
The mission of Camp UKANDU is to bring joy and hope to children living with cancer, their siblings, and their families through “outrageously fun” camp experiences. We recognize that cancer impacts the entire family and we aim to provide parents and caregivers a respite from the physical, emotional and financial toll childhood cancer poses to families.
Talena Barker, Founder and CEO of Mission Limelight, and runs YPN and Leadership Bend for Bend Chamber of Commerce.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The conversation will be most relevant for individuals looking for professional development skills that will assist with career progression. As well as, those people working in Human Resources, Corporate Social Responsibility, or teams looking to start or strengthen volunteering initiatives.
Evolve, A Professional Development series is brought to you by the following collaborators:
Bend Chamber, BendTECH, City Club, East Cascade Works, EDCO, HDESD, OSU-Cascades Co-Lab, Opportunity Knocks, and Technology Association of Oregon