What can ADRP do for me?
Have you ever felt overwhelmed and asked yourself, “Am I the only person in the world with this problem?” ADRP, an International Division of America's Blood Centers, has more than 600 subscribers from countries across the globe. The most important thing ADRP has to offer is education and development. This means most importantly, that recruitment professionals share solutions, ideas, skills, techniques, problems, concerns and support. In short, ADRP subscribers are there for each other.
You are not alone!
As a subscriber to ADRP, you will find yourself returning from our annual conference refreshed, motivated and full of ideas. Year-round, you will find yourself calling or emailing other ADRP subscribers who you’ve met. Asking for advice and sharing successes – That’s what ADRP is all about. Be part of the best of the best. Be a part of ADRP.
ADRP educates and empowers professionals worldwide who are committed to donor recruitment, donor experience and donor management by providing a forum for networking, professional development and resource sharing.
ADRP Shares Ideas
An ADRP subscription will help you reach your goals. Our annual conference and various publications are designed to offer donor services professionals new ideas and continuing motivation to achieve goals. ADRP’s newsletter, ‘the Drop,’ is posted monthly and features articles about center best practices, industry updates, ADRP’s progressive activities and worldwide recruitment updates. Subscribers can also access ADRP’s Web site, www.adrp.org. ADRP’s Web site includes an idea-sharing forum for our industry and is driven by ADRP’s subscribers.
You ADRP subscription allows you to take an active role in your profession. Your participation on ADRP committees and at our annual conference ensures that ADRP will meet your needs. We need your input – share your expertise with other professionals in the field.
Each year, ADRP hosts an annual conference for recruitment education, development and networking. This conference focuses on current issues facing the recruitment profession and offers answers to frequently asked questions that affect our daily tasks. ADRP is also involved in and well represented at related conferences worldwide.
A Board of Directors, including various committee chairs, serves ADRP. ADRP’s Board of Directors meet at least three times per year to make plans for the annual conference, to move ADRP forward in its mission and to develop new recruitment education programs to enhance that mission. ADRP would like your organization to be represented among the best in the industry!
For additional information about ADRP, its programs, services, educational events and activities, please contact:
ADRP Contract Administrator
Before taking on the role of contract administrator for ADRP, Steve Bolton worked for Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center. He joined the center in 2002 and worked there until June 2016 as the Donor Recruitment Manager supervising donor recruiters and support personnel for mobile blood drives, as well as a Lea