How do I organize recruitment on Vome?
We offer many different types of ways for you to organize your volunteer recruitment funnel. You can choose the process that best works for your team!
We recommend reading through the summaries below to understand whether you would like to recruit volunteers on an organization-level or opportunity-level.
1. General Application
This is when you want new volunteers to fill out the same general form, regardless of the opportunity for which they would like to register. This process is similar to what you would have on your website - when a volunteer submits the form, you can decide what to do next (i.e. assign them to opportunities or shifts). You can then link this general form to your profile and/or opportunities that you create!
So for example, let's say you build a form titled General volunteer form.
There would be 3 ways for volunteers to arrive to this form and submit a response:
1. You can generate a shareable URL for volunteers to arrive directly on the form.
2. You can make the form public. By doing so, a volunteer would be able to access the form your Vome profile. There would be a GET INVOLVED button added to your profile, which would show volunteers the list of forms that are made public. Since you can set multiple forms to public, you can build a form for individual volunteers and another for groups of volunteers, create forms in different languages or anything else!
3. When you create your various opportunities on Vome (i.e., Bartender, Driver, Server), you will be able to configure the option Organization-level recruitment and then choose the form title General volunteer form. If a volunteer is reading through your available volunteer opportunities and clicks Register (for any of the opportunities), it would bring them to the form and allow them to submit a response.
Alternatively, you may want volunteers to register for a specific opportunity. Once a volunteer submits their registration for an opportunity, they will become Pending for the opportunity. If you create a screening checklist for an opportunity (i.e., complete a training session or interview) then they will be immediately assigned to this screening checklist once they submit their registration form. Once you approve the volunteer's registration for the opportunity, they will be notified that they can begin reserving spots to shifts.
If you prefer to have volunteer register for opportunities directly, we recommend creating Form Templates to avoid needing to create the same form multiple times.
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