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April 21, 2021 EMG Coordinators Discussion - Project Prioritization Rubric

Hello EMG Coordinators,

Join us April 21st at 2PM EST for Part 2 discussion of the rubric.

COVID-19 and Volunteerism Survey Results and Intro to the Project Prioritization Rubric

This presentation will focus on:

  • the background and results of the COVID-19 and Volunteerism Survey conducted in California.
  • how to use this information to prioritize EMG programs.


  • National and statewide data indicate that COVID-19 has significantly impacted volunteer commitment for the 2020-2021 program year (and may continue to impact volunteer commitment thereafter).
  • The number of projects and initiatives may need to be limited until volunteer commitment can be restored to a pre-COVID-19 level.
  • Coordinators have indicated that a rubric for scoring projects would help them strategically plan in the β€œnew normal.”

Marisa Ann Coyne, Statewide Volunteer Engagement Coordinator, UC Master Gardener Program, will discuss the Project Prioritization Rubric.

We look forward to seeing you.

Nicole Pinson is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: EMG Coordinators Monthly Discussion

Time:  April 21, 2021    02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 616 159 952

Webinar will be recorded.



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