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A dedicated Care Force Event Manager will lead your event and advise on all aspects of the volunteer engagement event experience.  

Complete event management Care Force will oversee all event operations and logistics; procure all tools and materials; prepare the service site; lead day-of event programming; and offer guidance on volunteer recruitment and other internal initiatives. 

Community outreach and in-person site visits to identify the appropriate organization(s) and location(s) for the event(s). Care Force will conduct in-person, in-market site visits two to three months before each event. These site visits ensure that we have all the relevant information when we collaborate to select a community partner.  

Relationship management with the all community partners (schools, community centers, city departments etc.) involved with the event. This includes, but is not limited to: task selection and prioritization, choosing event speakers, and selecting paint colors & murals.  

Event Leadership Team: City Year AmeriCorps members, alumni and staff serve as the week of event leadership team, manually preparing the projects and also serving in event day leadership roles. Care Force events are broken down into individual projects consisting of sequenced tasks lead by a City Year Project Coordinator (PC). On average Care Force has a ratio of one PC for every 18 volunteers.   

Evaluation and reporting of service event based on agreed upon metrics. After each Care Force event an After Action Report (AAR) is created that details the work completed and compiles the volunteer survey results.  

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