Heritage volunteering management – approaching the younger volunteers in British Columbia
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In Canada, volunteers significantly contribute to the core value of heritage sector – the continuation of histories, traditions, and experiences. However, volunteers from the younger generations have not yet been attracted to this sector because the social impacts and the purposes of heritage work can be vague to them. This study aims to explore how heritage institutions are approaching this issue and to make recommendations to improve these approaches.
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