Management Tools

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NOTE: These are examples from public libraries in California and should be reviewed and modified to ensure fit with local policies and culture.

Titlesort descending Year
Sample Adult Programming Flyers - St. Helena
Sample flyers created by volunteers and used to promote volunteer-driven adult programming at the St. Helena Public Library.
2011
Sample Volunteer Coordinator Interview Questions - 1
Sample questions that could be used in an interview of a potential staff volunteer coordinator. Note: You should always run your interview questions by your human resources department.
2011
Sample Volunteer Coordinator Interview Questions - 2
Sample questions that could be used in an interview of a potential staff volunteer coordinator. Note: You should always run your interview questions by your human resources department.
2011
Sample Volunteer Coordinator Job Description
Sample staff job description for a library Volunteer Coordinator position (drafted by Carla Lehn).
2009
Sample Volunteer Handbook - VolunteerMatch
This sample volunteer handbook was drafted by Jennifer Bennett at VolunteerMatch.
2010
Sample Volunteer Interview Questions
This is a great list of sample questions for you to pick and choose from as you prepare to interview volunteers. Provided by Community Shares of Greater Cleveland
2014
Sample Volunteer Recognition Survey - SurveyMonkey
A sample survey you could modify to fit your needs.
2010
Sample Volunteer Survey - Nonprofit Connect
Here's a sample volunteer recognition survey you could consider modifying to meet your needs.
2010
Six-Week Tutor/Learner Match Review - Nevada County
Document used by Nevada County Library's literacy program to follow up with a volunteer tutor six weeks after they've been matched with an adult learner.
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2012
St. Helena Community Arts Volunteer Engagement Work Plan
This work plan describes the St. Helena Public Library Community Arts initiative which aims to extend its reach into new areas of the community through art, facilitate connections between individuals, businesses, organizations, and other entities throughout the community as an arts education resource, and establish the library as the “third place” for St. Helena residents.
2011

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