Case Study: CASA of Henderson County

Posted Wednesday, October 21st, 2015 by Sterling Volunteers Staff

For CASA of Henderson County, fingerprinting volunteers was inefficient and challenging – and sometimes returned incomplete results. CASA of Henderson County switched their screening program to Sterling Volunteers, and now benefits from an easier and less costly screening process for the volunteer, with faster completion times and more comprehensive checks.

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Sterling Volunteers Tackles Your Top 7 Volunteer Criminal Record Check Questions

Posted Thursday, October 15th, 2015 by Sterling Volunteers Staff

Criminal record checks are the most popular method for screening volunteers. However, along with that popularity comes misinformation and varying opinions on best practices. This leaves volunteer managers with questions about how to truly get the most thorough, accurate, fast, and compliant criminal record checks.
Here are answers to 7 commonly asked questions about criminal record checks.

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Case Study: The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark (RCAN)

Posted Thursday, October 8th, 2015 by Sterling Volunteers Staff

Screening volunteers was inefficient and time-consuming for The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark (RCAN). By choosing Sterling Volunteers, volunteer screening is completed at a faster rate – with much of the onus on the volunteers themselves – and RCAN is experiencing significant cost savings.

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Are There Gaps In Your Screening Policy?

Posted Thursday, October 1st, 2015 by Sterling Volunteers Staff

At the heart of every good background screening program you should find a thorough and all-encompassing policy. Your policy is what forms the foundation of your screening program as every background check you conduct will be based on it. Many nonprofit organizations have considerable gaps that provide a window of opportunity for job seekers and potential volunteers.

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