Credentialing of Leaders of Volunteers Revisited
In this Voices, Tracey O’Neill revisits a topic that definitely deserves a review: What does the field think about credentialing? O’Neill gathers diverse opinions from volunteer management colleagues across the globe, focusing specifically on the CVA (Certification in Volunteer Administration) credential. She revisits an October 2011 Keyboard Roundtable on this topic, exploring whether opinions on credentialing have changed or stayed the same by once again posing some important questions: Is credentialing a good thing or a waste of time? Is credentialing the right thing for volunteer managers as a whole? Could the field be better at credentialing?