If you are looking for a way to advance your career while also having a positive impact on your community, volunteering could be the perfect solution. Volunteering is an ideal way of growing your skill set, expanding your network, and improving your resume. In this article, we’ll explore how volunteering provides valuable opportunities for networking, skills development, exposure to different industries and work experience. We’ll share some advice on how to find volunteering opportunities that align with your career goals and personal interests and offer tips on how to make the most of your volunteering experience.
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If you are about to start applying for college admission, one question that is probably on your mind is how many volunteer hours should you have for college?
“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.”
Your workforce is your company’s biggest asset. They are the face and brains of your business and determine the success or failure of it.
Millennial volunteers are one of the least represented generations in the volunteer workforce. On top of juggling work and family commitments, millennials (anyone born between 1981-1996) prioritize flexibility and freedom, something that doesn’t always match with non profit structures. But at the same time, they care deeply about the state of the planet, society and their community, and want to feel like they are leaving the world a better place.