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Social Networking: Boundaries and Professionalism

Should you friend volunteers in your program? Is it acceptable for adult volunteers and youth to be connected via social network? Social networking (i.e. Facebook, MySpace, etc.) can be a tremendous resource. It can also be confusing for volunteers, program staff, and participants. This webinar is designed to provide information that can help programs determine what to consider regarding setting policy and procedure related to social networking in programs.



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