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Say YES to Capacity Building with Service Enterprise

March 24

Deadline for Las Vegas Organizations to Apply for Service Enterprise


Join us for the Service Enterprise series coming to Las Vegas in the Spring of 2017! The Service Enterprise Initiative is a comprehensive process that gives participating organizations the tools to leverage volunteers and strengthen organizational capacity. The Service Enterprise model includes a research-based assessment of the organization, 16 hours of change management training, 10 hours of individualized coaching and support to achieve a national certification which are all guided by Nevada Volunteers.

Service Enterprise Return on Investment with Volunteer Engagement 

Return on Investment is mirrored in a not for profit organization as Return on Investment with Volunteer Engagement.  This reflects every $1 invested is amplified into more in service. Each organization has a different starting and ending point for the Return on Investment so this chart reflects the percent increase for each organization.

For example, Washoe County School District began with each $1 invested turned into $81 dollars of service, but with Service Enterprise volunteer engagement practices they now extend that $1 invested into $110 dollars of service.

Yes, these Return on Investments are all over 100%.  It’s simple, extend your reach through innovative volunteer engagement practices individualized to your organization, extend your reach and build your capacity through investing in Service Enterprise.


This event is for registered organizations only. We’re accepting applications for this cadre until March 24th, 2017. Please email us at sei@nevadavolunteers.org or call us at (775) 825-1900 to schedule a pre-application conversation to learn more about Service Enterprise and see if your organization would be a good fit.

Training May and June 2017

Please click the image below to be connected to the Service Enterprise Initiative on the Nevada Volunteers website.



March 24, 2017


Nevada Volunteers
(775) 825-1900