Volunteer Management at the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley

The Edible Schoolyard Berkeley maintains a robust group of 45-55 volunteers each year. We focus on recruitment, training and retention. Resources in this library provide tips and tools for creating and managing a successful volunteer program. 

Resources

The Edible Schoolyard Berkeley uses a volunteer handbook to outline expectations and policies that pertain to volunteering at ESYB. Please note that the two attachments are the same handbook, one in packet form and one in booklet form. To print the handbook as a booklet, use...

Area: Garden, Kitchen
Type: Volunteer Management
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The Edible Schoolyard Berkeley (ESYB) maintains a robust group of 45-55 volunteers at any given time. This resource shares the four ways ESYB utilizes community members who want to contribute their time.

Area: Garden, Kitchen
Type: Volunteer Management
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This survey is given to Edible Schoolyard Berkeley volunteers in an effort to improve the volunteer program.

Area: None
Type: Program Management
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Articles

1. Susan B. Goldberg and Cameron Levin, “Towards A Radical White Identity”
2. Keith Heggart, “Developing a Growth Mindset in Teachers and Staff”
3. Nicolas Kristof, “The Asian Advantage” in NYT:...

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Type: Program Management
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Before Class
• Fold laundry
• Prepare platters of ingredients
• Placed wet towels at each cooking table
• Place dry towels at each cooking station
• Transfer laundry in and out of dryer
• Refill...

Area: Kitchen
Type: Program Management
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Below are sample agendas for the fall and winter volunteer trainings

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Type: Program Management
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