Erin Matoko Becomes Certified Administrator of Volunteers

— Written By Christa Gibson
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N.C. Cooperative Extension of Durham County is proud to announce that our own Erin Matoko has successfully completed all the requirements to become a Certified Administrator of Volunteers in North Carolina. This designation is awarded to applicants who have met the North Carolina Association of Volunteer Administration’s (NCAVA) professional standards and certification criteria.

Erin, who serves as N.C. Cooperative Extension of Durham County’s Volunteer Services Coordinator directs volunteer recruitment and management for the entire N.C. Cooperative Extension of Durham County team. In that role, she is tasked with identifying volunteers for a wide range of programs, from gardening to graphic design. Each year, she works with a very large number of volunteers. In 2020 alone she recruited and placed over 100 volunteers.

As one of Erin’s colleagues shared, “I have been incredibly impressed with Erin’s effectiveness in her role as well as her professionalism in dealing with such a wide variety of needs and personalities. I have requested volunteers with high-level skill sets- and she has found these for me quickly. I have also requested volunteers to complete repetitive (and admittedly boring) work and she has also found amazingly positive folks to complete this work as well.”

CAVNC certification acknowledges Erin’s continuing abilities as an effective volunteer administrator while demonstrating her dedication to maintaining a high standard for professional growth in the field of Volunteerism. Information about certification requirements can be found online at NCAVA.

Erin Matoko