Calendar of Conferences, Workshops and Seminars Outside North America

The conferences and workshops listed here are single events sponsored by many different organizations, arranged by date. To be included, a program must offer substantial volunteer management content and be open for registration to the public. If you want to find a specific location, please use the keyword search -- but do consider traveling to meet new colleagues while you increase your skills!

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Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
Organizational Sponsor: Bhumi & AID India

VolCon+ will bringing together 8 different Volunteer leaders from different aspects of our society to share their ideas on ‘Volunteering as a life-changing experience‘. The event is scheduled for Dec 6, 2015 at IIT madras, Chennai.

An initiative by AID India and Bhumi, VolCon will bring together individuals from schools, colleges, corporations and non-profit organisations to share their inspiring stories, learning and experiences on volunteering across different spheres of lives. It will also provide insight into some of the best volunteer movements that have emerged within modern India.

On-site Only
Organizational Sponsor: Twenty Hats

Leading Where It Counts is an online course for volunteer engagement pros who know that a quality volunteer program has the potential to expand a nonprofit’s capacity in ways that their colleagues cannot imagine.

To get there, you need to master the soft skills that bring your co-workers on board with your big ideas, things like achieving buy-in, solving problems collaboratively, and leveraging your power.

This course is your opportunity to explore and hone these skills. Finish the five weeks feeling more assured in your authority and confident that you know what it takes to meet your goals.

Online Only


04/06/2016 to 04/08/2016
Canberra, ACT
Organizational Sponsor: Volunteering Australia

With the theme of "Building the Future," the 16th National Volunteering Conference is "the principal Australian forum for not for profit leaders, volunteer managers and policy contributors to come together and build knowledge, innovation, networks and leadership to advance volunteering." Range of keynotes (including Susan J. Ellis), workshops, and networking activities.

On-site Only