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    Volunteering Reflection

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    Volunteering here at the hospital was not a walk on the beach, but more of a bi-polar weather day of Oregon. At times it was nice and sunny, hailed, snowed, hurricane, cloudy and then back to sunshine with clear skies. It wasn’t exactly what I had expected, more intense. I really appreciate what our hospital workers around the world have to deal with and fix. Along with all other employers I now truly understand the struggle of getting bad hours, finding a ride, and having of pulled the shortest straw. With all this, however, I have gotten to be able to meet great people (shout out to my volunteer services employers), gotten wisdom when it comes to real-life stressful situations, finding ways to cope from anger, stress, depressed situations, etc.…

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    Paper On Volunteering

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    Volunteering has changed how I live; my life has changed how I volunteer. I am an individual who loves getting involved in just about everything, but I have had to learn how to do so for the right reasons. Now I see volunteering as an opportunity to serve and care for others, but in the past I did not have such an altruistic attitude. Fortunately my initial experiences as a volunteer have not only changed my attitudes, character and skills for the better but have also changed my reasons for…

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    Volunteering Evaluation

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    THE EVALUATION What are the significant psychological effects of volunteering on an individual? SUMMARY A focus on volunteering was decided after a personal experience with one on one volunteering that lead to a career change and the desire to find out more about volunteering. When the topic of volunteering was chosen, research online was completed to gain a better understanding and what it would entail. Plenty of sources were found explaining why people decide to volunteer and how to get in to…

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    The Effects of Volunteering on the Volunteer Volunteering is an activity which involves assisting others and coming to the aid of those in need. It is a compassionate and selfless act. By volunteering, the volunteer typically improves the life of others. The volunteer is not gaining anything financially, nor is he or she looking to obtain any financial gains. He or she is only seeking to lend a helping hand to those who are in need of it most. Though volunteering is a marvelous way to help…

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    As I ponder on the possibilities of volunteering my options seem infinite. Thousands of agencies supply help through disasters whether that being protecting endangered animals, assisting communities suffering through a time of shock, or aid for families who are individually facing times of adversity. In my search for an agency, I wanted to find somewhere I could begin volunteering today. The American National Red Cross provides me with this best opportunity to start volunteering now. Deciding…

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    One of the activities I do that is substantial to me is volunteering as a Kettle Host during Winter for the Salvation Army. Through Christmas Kettles, I collect donations from the society to help give back to the less fortunate in our community. What volunteering for the Salvation Army has taught me is that even the smallest effort can make a tremendous impact. When I first started off as a volunteer, I did not feel motivated enough to believe what I was doing would truly have an impact. I had…

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    Volunteering Should Be Mandatory Volunteering is a special unpaid activity that people spend their time to help different organizations. One of the best aspects of volunteering is that everybody can be a volunteer regardless of age, background or disability. In most countries, one type of volunteering- mandatory volunteering is widely used. This program requires participants to perform a certain number of hours in the community and it is usually used to graduate from high school or to…

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    workforce need to be focusing their energy on more important work. We have placed so much emphasis on materialistic items that we’ve gotten away from what’s important. Giving back to the community is one of the most gratifying and self-fulfilling experiences that one can have. When we have teenagers who waste so much time on media devices, why shouldn’t mandatory volunteering be implemented so that our children can have more meaningful experiences? Mandatory volunteering should be instituted…

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    What do people get out of volunteering when there are no tangible benefits? Regardless of motive, giving your time to help the community is valuable and can have a great impact for humanity. People volunteer all around the world for multiple reasons. Some volunteer as a way to gain recognition in the community, build relationships with people (networking), or give them a sense of purpose. Recognition can be one intangible benefit of volunteering. For example, in order for some military…

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    Throughout high school I have volunteered and have been an active member in my community. Through Key Club and National Honors Society I have completed over 50 hours of community service to date and I am still regularly volunteering. I also bell ring through Salvation Army around Christmas time periodically. The past two years I have volunteered at "Zooloween Boo" and "Egg-citing day at the Zoo". These two events give children the opportunity to take part in holiday festivities. Another event I…

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