Volunteer Leadership Gathering

You want to make a lasting impact in your community.


Activate your skills and expertise.

Local nonprofits face severe resource constraints. They need your skills.

volunteers report utilizing existing skills on Compass Pro Bono projects

Learn something new.

Master new business frameworks and methodologies. Work directly with senior executives. Mentor young professionals. Get an inside look at local nonprofit operations.

volunteers report gaining new knowledge, skills, or expertise through Compass Pro Bono projects

Drive positive change.

Your time is valuable. Use it to make a lasting difference.

nonprofit leaders report Compass Pro Bono volunteers’ contributions have significant positive impact

Grow your network

Meet new people in your region. Form authentic relationships with both nonprofit leaders and leaders in other companies.

volunteers report developing lasting personal or professional relationships through Compass Pro Bono engagements


On Track

Collaborate with a team of business professionals to provide in-depth guidance on a complex business challenge

4-8 months ◦ Team Size: 5-9

On Demand

Provide 1:1 guidance to a nonprofit leader

8 weeks ○ Team Size: 1

On Board

Join the board of a nonprofit and receive our best-in-class board member trainings.

  • “Compass is such a uniquely valuable experience because it allows you to strengthen your professional skills and connect with incredible individuals all while giving back to your local community.”

  • “It was a wonderful experience getting to know teammates who each bring different experiences and expertise and then working together to support a local non-profit. The non-profit leaders were very engaged and appreciative. Looking forward to doing it again!”

  • “My experience with Compass allowed me to better understand the challenges faced by non-profits in today’s ever changing and dynamic environment. I got the opportunity to work with the Executive Director and Board Chair on coming up with solutions to their challenges.”