Successful organizations involve members, volunteers, and leaders who engage their talents and interests. Members, volunteers, and leaders all have important roles in the organization and are dependent upon each other to fulfill their roles. Community involvement is necessary for an organization to achieve its mission, vision, and purpose. The mission, vision, and purpose are identified through a needs assessment. After assessing needs and developing position descriptions, potential members, volunteers ,or leaders are identified and recruited. Individual interests, knowledge, skills, and backgrounds are explored through the selection and screening processes. Selection is based upon the individual's ability to perform the task.
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Culp, K. (2013). Volunteer Position Descriptions: Tools for Generating Members, Volunteers, and Leaders in Extension. The Journal of Extension, 51(1), Article 18. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol51/iss1/18