Corporate Rebels for Non-profits

Valerie Freitas
Written by Valerie Freitas
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I am very interested in what Corporate Rebels are doing and I have founded and been running a free youth technology and leadership non-profit club for 6 years in CA in the US. We are a all volunteer-run organization that offers free learning opportunities to youth, grades K-12. We have a flat organization; everyone is equal, and I have been trying to encourage formation of self-managing teams and move towards self-governance. Any resources or advice for motivating a volunteer workforce who can walk at any time that is lead by influence without money, authority, title, or budget?

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Joost

Joost

Hi Valerie,

I do not have many examples but I often hear that Alcoholics Anonymous is a very interesting case to look into for voluntary self-organizing organizations.

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