Who is invited to the Volunteers in Partnership Conference?
The Volunteers in Partnership (VIP) Conference is just one part of an important ongoing dialogue we maintain with all of our volunteers. Our program offering has been designed to be most relevant to active volunteers in one (or more) of our key programs within the University. While formal invitations were sent accordingly, any volunteer who is interested in attending is welcome to join us.
I attended the conference in 2016. What’s different this time?
The inaugural VIP Conference was designed to engage in two-way dialogue and idea generation that would help guide the future work of Advancement and Alumni Relations programming. At that time, a number of key volunteer programs were new initiatives. Whereas the 2016 conference centered significantly on planning, the 2018 conference will emphasize the development of skills and highlight opportunities for volunteer growth and development. Our commitment to sharing experiences and perspectives and two-way dialogue remains.
What information will the conference cover?
Who should attend?
University of Rochester volunteers who:
Benefits of attending:
Conference attendees can expect to:
How often does the conference occur?
The VIP Conference is offered every two years, during even years (e.g. 2016, 2018). Our next conference will take place in 2020.
Is there a registration fee for the Conference?
No! We are pleased to offer the VIP Conference without a registration fee. All meals during conference events on Friday and Saturday are complimentary. Attendees are asked to cover expenses related to their travel, including hotel accommodations.
Where is the conference held?
The conference is held on the River Campus at the University of Rochester.
When does registration close? How do I register?
Who can I contact if I have further questions?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 877-MELIORA (635-4672)