What is the "Safety measures & additional information" form?
The Safety measures & additional information assessment aims to provide volunteers with transparency regarding the safety measures, precautions, risks and other additional information that could be useful for them to know. If the questionnaire is completed, it will be shown to volunteers when applying to opportunities and on the organization's recruitment page.
You must complete the entire questionnaire for it to be published
The organization asked me to fill out additional details on my registration form. How do I resubmit the form?
Here are the steps to resubmit the form: 1. Login to your profile 2. From the left-hand side of your navigation, click Opportunities 3. Click on the title of the opportunity 4. On the bottom right of your screen, click Cancel Registration 5. Now, ...
How does the "Profile Information" section work on a form?
By default, when a volunteer submits a form with your organization, we will be sharing their basic profile information with you. Basic profile information includes: - First name *Required by volunteers to sign up to Vome - Last name *Required by ...
How do I collect sensitive information from my volunteers?
Sensitive profile information on Vome includes the following: i) Address ii) Date of birth iii) Age iv) Gender As of now, volunteers must provide explicit consent to share this sensitive information with your organization. Therefore, you can collect ...
What do volunteers see on my organization's recruitment page?
Volunteers will have access to the "About" section, in addition to the public categories and opportunities you've published. They can all also access the Safety measures & additional information assessment if it is completed by the organization.
What is the difference between an Application Form and Onboarding?
Application Form The Application Form is shown to volunteers upon submitting their application. You can customize the fields that you require volunteers to fill out during the application process (i.e., screening questions, resume, and emergency ...