Every year on November 5 we celebrate leaders of volunteers on a day known as International Volunteer Managers Day. This event started in 1999 and has been growing ever since with the guidance of a global volunteer committee. Since the name is quite a mouthful, it’s often shortened to IVM Day.
How might CVAs be spending IVM Day? We asked and here’s what we found out.
Attending a conference (or presenting at one)
Though the theme of IVM Day changes each year, the focus is always “education through celebration.” How fitting that some CVAs will be educating themselves or others!
CVAs don’t just talk the talk; they also walk the walk by volunteering themselves.
As leaders in civic engagement, it’s no surprise that some CVAs reported they’d be voting and encouraging others to vote too.
(hopefully!) Celebrating receiving their CVA
Some of our CVA candidates were crossing their fingers that they’d find out the results of the exam they took in October.
Celebrating fellow volunteer engagement professionals
No IVM Day would be complete without taking the time to recognize colleagues near and far. CVAs around the world will be sharing their appreciation in-person and through social media (#IVMday16).
Wherever you are, we hope you have a spectacular IVM Day!