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Programs that help nonprofit organizations or other groups plan, implement, manage and/or evaluate the use of volunteer personnel in their programs. Included are assistance in assessing organizational readiness for a volunteer program, marshalling staff support, identifying and/or developing appropriate roles or positions for the effective use of volunteers, devising strategies for the recruitment and selection of volunteer personnel, planning and implementing training and supervision for volunteer staff and putting into place a meaningful volunteer recognition program.

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Learn and Serve AmericaProvides direct and indirect support to K-12 schools, community groups and higher education institutions to facilitate service-learning projects. Support includes training, technical assistance and grants for schools/higher education institutions interested in implementing a service learning project.Learn and Serve AmericaCorporation for National and Community Service
Pennsylvania Court Appointed Special AdvocatesThe statewide non-profit organization that develops and supports local CASA programs. CASAs are well-trained volunteers who, when authorized by a judge, speak for the best interests of abused and neglected children in court. Local CASA associations recruit, train and support their own volunteers. Pennsylvania Court Appointed Special AdvocatesPennsylvania Court Appointed Special Advocates

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