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    Volunteer Case Study

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    My response to this scenario is based on my experience with volunteers at the Tyler Texas Corps. At this Corps, volunteers were used in various Corps programs and activities. The Corps relied on the help of these volunteers, however, for all their advantages and benefits there were many challenges and drawbacks. Managing the massive amount of volunteers required much responsibility more than the “Volunteer Coordinator” could handle alone. The challenges with volunteers is that the majority of volunteers are short term or seasonal volunteers. They will volunteer as much as their schedule and life allows them time to participate. Therefore, this proves to be problematics when they want to volunteer in areas that require longevity. In addition, some volunteers come with business or professional backgrounds and think that the Corps could do their programs in a better way, even though the better way may be against…

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    Factors Of Volunteer Tourism

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    INTRODUCTION Volunteer Tourism or voluntourism can define as a form of tourism where the tourists volunteer in local communities as part of their travel (Sin 2009). Also, Brown (2005) remarks the term of voluntourism as the type of tourism experience where a tour operator offers travellers an opportunity to participate in an expedition that has a volunteer components, as well as immerse oneself in the local culture and community and engage in conservation projects and explore career…

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    Aaron Ozan 01/12/17 6th Silva Volunteers are like policemen or doctors, they help people and that's what volunteers like to do. Volunteers are like policemen because they both choose their life path to be spent helping others and wanting nothing in return.Volunteering is important because it is good for your health, it improves the community, and it brings people together. To start with, volunteering is important because it is good for your health. Staying healthy is not hard, all you…

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    There is only one qualification required for them to accept you as a volunteer firefighter is that you are eighteen years or older. They generally accept anyone because they could you use as much help as they can get. There is a required two hundred and twenty-hour volunteer education workshop. There are no required hours or days that you have to volunteer, it is whenever you can give. They really appreciate anything because every little bit helps. They’re very lenient with the volunteers that…

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    Three Square volunteer gives her take on the experience Jacqulin Schuette, a UNLV graduate with a kinesiology degree has always thought volunteering should be an important part of someone’s life. Jacqulin has always been the first person to raise their hand to volunteer, and Three Square was no exception. A call was made looking for volunteers and once again Jacqulin was more than willing to assist. Three Square is very dependent on volunteers and have been lucky enough to have tens of…

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    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 to volunteer for The American National Red Cross, I considered the thousands of lives they reach each year,…

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    A volunteer is a person who performs a service willingly and without pay. Some benefits of volunteering is it can help you reduce stress, make friends, learn new skills, reach out to the community, and advance in your career. The volunteer program I picked is Habitat for Humanity, they partner with people in the community, and all over the world, to help build and improve a place to call home. Their vision: A world where everyone has a decent place to live. I chose Habitat for Humanity because I…

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    Outreach360 Essay

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    Which is why rural areas are not that populated with teachers. Outreach360 stated, “ By 2030, we will be serving in 10 countries, in 54 communities within those countries, teaching 15,000 students, and have 1000 Adelante Plus students enrolled in our work/study program pursuing a college degree. It is going to take growth in our volunteer program as well as our donor program, and we are committed to making it happen!” Wishes for this happening later on, what a great outlook and to see a positive…

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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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    how I started the path on my own road trip, with three friends I just met in school. For our road trip we decided to do the service learning aspect of Roadtrip Nation. Instead of interviewing three people who we thought to be successful, we participated in community service activities and interviewed the leader of said activities. This is where my group ran into a little trouble. We all knew that we wanted to do the service learning aspect of Roadtrip Nation, because we all have a desire to…

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