I’m an active volunteer at an organization but don’t have any approved opportunities on Vome. What do I do?
If you've been volunteering at an organization that started using Vome to manage their program, we're here to help you onboard!
The first step is to become approved for an opportunity.
Being approved for an opportunity allows you to book shifts that are associated with it.
Here are the ways to become approved for an opportunity:
1. Submit a registration form and get approved by the organization
If you need the complete set of steps to register for an opportunity, click here.
2. The organization assigns you to the opportunity, which bypasses the need for you to submit the registration form.
If you believe that submitting the registration form is unnecessary, you must contact the organization to assign the opportunity to your profile. Once this is done, you will be able to immediately start booking spots to shifts.
How do Opportunities work on Vome?
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I'm a volunteer. How do I use Vome?
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How do I organize volunteer 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 ...
How do I organize volunteer onboarding on Vome?
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What is the difference between Active and Inactive opportunities?
Active opportunities are published and available for volunteers to engage with. For example, viewing and reserving spots to shifts. claiming hours, participating in the opportunity chatroom, etc. An opportunity can be active but private. The ...