Volunteer Program Assessment at UNO
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The Volunteer Program Assessment (VPA) was founded initially through a partnership between the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) and The Humane Society of the United States, under the guidance of Dr. Steven Rogelberg. Fortunately, Dr. Joseph Allen, a founding member, brought VPA to the Omaha Area, including the University of Nebraska (UNO). The mission of VPA-UNO is to provide quantitative and qualitative data and feedback to non-profit organizations from the perspective of their volunteers with the goal of improving volunteer and organizational outcomes. VPA-UNO consists of faculty and students who help community agencies, at the local, regional, national, and international level, to ultimately improve volunteer experiences at all of the organizations we serve. Not only is VPA beneficial for the non-profit organizations we serve, but it also provides students with the opportunity to gain consulting experience.
The VPA chapter at UNO is located in the Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center.
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