Modelling Volunteer Retention in Professional Membership Associations through Targeting Specific Motivations and Satisfying Certain Aspects of Volunteer Experience
International Journal of Volunteer Administration
Despite the abundance of the literature on volunteer motivation, satisfaction, retention, and the logical connection between the three concepts, the idea that certain types of motivation and satisfaction can sustain volunteer retention better than others has not been studied much. Furthermore, nonprofit research literature abounds with studies of charitable 501(c)(3) organizations, when far less is known about other kinds of nonprofits such as 501(c)(6) professional membership associations.
Saitgalina, Marina, "Modelling Volunteer Retention in Professional Membership Associations through Targeting Specific Motivations and Satisfying Certain Aspects of Volunteer Experience" (2018). School of Public Service Faculty Publications. 36.
This is the author's final version of an article appearing in the International Journal of Volunteer Administration:
Saitgalina, M. (2018). Modelling volunteer retention in professional membership associations through targeting specific motivations and satisfying certain aspects of volunteer experience. International Journal of Volunteer Administration, 23(1), 1-21.