Case Study: Girl Scouts of Maine
Posted Thursday, May 25th, 2017 by Verified Volunteers Staff
Despite the universal nature of Girl Scout troops, Girl Scouts of Maine faced a range of challenges when recruiting the 4,000 volunteers they depend on to lead troops and provide support. Most working parents simply don’t believe they have the time to volunteer. A volunteer screening and onboarding process that was painfully slow often served to discourage potential volunteers. Click on the image below to read how Girl Scouts of Maine streamlined and sped up its screening process with Verified Volunteers.