A year ago the RGK Center at the University of Texas at Austin (UT) started the Investigator series and has generously shared pre-publication drafts with the readers of e-Volunteerism to get additional input. The goal of the series is to act as a resource and a promoter of in-depth research on volunteerism.
This fourth issue of the Investigator describes various approaches to volunteer valuation. Such approaches may not be groundbreaking information for the seasoned administrator, but having a compilation and an assessment of several valuation methods in one place should be beneficial to anyone who works with volunteers. The current issue of the Investigator aspires to be a central source of such information