NCAVA and it's affiliates host workshops across the state. Workshops endorsed by NCAVA allow for individuals to receive certification credits to go towards becoming a Certified Administrator of Volunteers in North Carolina (CAVNC). Additionally, Southeastern Community College offers an online course, Basics in Volunteer Management, throughout the year.
If you are an affiliate hosting a workshop, make sure you complete the
NCAVA Workshop Endorsement Request form.
2018 MAVA Mini-Conference:
Charting a Course for Success
Join Metrolina Association for Volunteer Administrators (MAVA) for its annual Mini-Conference, which will take place on Friday, September 21, 2018 in Charlotte, NC. This will be a day of professional networking, dynamic speakers, and personal development. The conference will offer an exciting program that highlights many facets of volunteer management – from informative workshops to a lively panel discussion with community leaders.
Registration begins at 8:30
1. Difficult Conversation
Margaret Harris, Hospice & Palliative Care Charlotte Region
2. Personal Branding
Meg Gibson, Ed.D., City of Charlotte Human Resources
3. Continuing Your Education
Harriett Edwards, Ed.D., NC State University
Leadership Panel Discussion
Dr. Kandi Deitemeyer, President of Central Piedmont Community College
Susan Garvey, Community Volunteer at Junior League of Charlotte
Renee McCoy, Executive Director of Communication at Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
Jennifer Phillips, Executive Director at American Heart Association
● MAVA Members = $50
● Non-MAVA Members = $75
● Registration includes coffee, light morning snacks, and a boxed lunch.
*Attendees with special dietary needs that we are unable to accommodate have
the option to patron Goodwill’s Community Table Bistro (made to order dishes) or to
go offsite for lunch.
● To request an invoice, contact Diana May at 704-840-0069.
For more information and to register please go to the MAVA website