Volunteer for the Executive Service Corps
Want to serve your local community? Excited to make a difference? Ready to create powerful partnerships with nonprofit organizations?
ESC volunteers provide management, consulting, facilitation, training, and team advising in many areas, including:
- Marketing and communications
- Human resources
- Board development
- Operations and facilities management
- Financial management
- Technology and information management
- Strategic and business planning
- Quality and outcomes management
- Project management
- Strategies for start-up organizations
Join a skilled group of talented professionals who use their leadership experience and knowledge to help nonprofits design targeted solutions to their challenges and opportunities.
Dedicate your time and expertise to further the nonprofit sector. Our volunteers are nonprofit leaders, business executives, HR managers, CPAs, attorneys, project managers, executive directors, and experienced board leaders…just like you.
Become a part of an active team that is committed to nonprofit success and values the challenging, indispensable work of the sector. ESC volunteers demonstrate a client- centered approach, support diversity, patience, and active listening, desire to continue their learning, and are deeply committed to client confidentiality.
As a member of the Executive Service Corps, you receive regular training, access to Bayer Center classes, opportunities to collaborate with Bayer Center staff, and an invitation to our annual volunteer celebration. Commitments range from one-time engagements to six-month projects, based on the scope of the project.
The Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management, a leader in practical and innovative nonprofit business models, is located at Robert Morris University’s downtown office. If you would like volunteer with ESC, please fill out the ESC Management Profile Survey. To learn more, contact ESC Program Director, Yvonne Van Haitsma at 412-397-6002 or email@example.com.
“I enjoy volunteering through the Bayer Center for the opportunity to leverage the skills and talents I developed in the for-profit sector to help local nonprofits, as they are so passionate about improving the quality of life in the region I call home.” – Larry Castner, ESC management volunteer