Many of my volunteer opportunites involved kids. Helping the youth of my community, and any other community, brings bright minds to the future and ones that can continue the trend. Not only has volunteering helped children, but it also benefited me. I’ve built wonderful friendships and leadership skills from giving back. I learned the values of hard work and dedication.
The role of a Volunteer is to support the overall learning in school, this can be done a variety of ways such as:
I have the pleasure of being in a Kindergarten classroom with sixteen amazing children this semester. Three of these children are English Language Learners (ELL). The one I have chosen to focus on for the purpose of the next several assignments is a little boy from China who I will refer to as ML. ML is polite, quiet and a focused child in the classroom. Though we are only a little over a month into the school year, ML seems to be thriving in his class. His culture may play a role in his current success because “a good education has always been highly valued in China, as the people believe that education ensures not only the future and development of the individual but also the family and the country as a whole” (Education
I. Involve in volunteering programmes give many benefits expecially toward individuals. A. The first benefits volunteering programmes is connect individual to others. 1. For example , it can helps make new friends and contacts.
To understand the importance of volunteering, I volunteered at one cultural event in San Antonio downtown. It was the festival of Diwali, a festival of light celebrate in India every year, organized by the San Antonio municipal and Indian Association. In San Antonio’s downtown we have a Riverwalk and the booth was on one side of river with the bleacher and on the other side was the stadium. Folk dances of India were performed on the stage. I volunteered at a booth of drink. My job was to sell soft drinks like coke for a dollar. I made a working there on the booth and we both had almost same interests due to that I was very surprised. There was also another booth next to us. I helped them to load, carry and organize their booth with food. This
She explained that volunteering not only offers the chance to give something back to the community, but also aids her in developing new skills and gain a better understanding of the USA. She has volunteered at a variety of settings including in school, the town’s library and food bank. From the beginning of her freshman year, Linge became a member of the high school’s “Interact Club.” Students in this club are required to develop a plan, and execute community service projects both within the community and outside of it. The goal is to allow students to connect with community leaders, develop leadership skills, make new friendship within the school, and better our community. This club has strengthened her commitment to helping others.
I am active through volunteering in my community. I do most of my volunteering through my chruch. I have volunteered through a group called SELF. They help people in Middletown that need repairs on their homes, but are unable to afford them. I worked for them for about two weeks. Another volunteer activity I participated in is working at my high school's courtyard as we picked weeds and mulched it for a week and a half. On sunday nights I'm a leader of a small group of junior high kids at my church and I talk to them for about an hour after our church service and discuss events that are happening in their life. Another leadership role that I had was I was the captain of our Varsity Booys Soccer team. I tend to do most of my volunteering throughtout
The life span period that begins in the early twenties and last through the thirties is known as Early Adulthood. During these time frame individuals establish personal and economic independence. They begin to advancing in career, select a mate, start a family, and rear children (Hollingsworth, 2016). However, there are a lot of other factors that affect some of the norms in this life span development. Therefore, we are going to review a case study of a volunteer, during the duration of this paper I will use “JB” to represent the individual. JB is a twenty-nine-year-old Native American male. He originates from a small town in DeKalb county. However, he is currently enlisted in the United States Army. During the time of the interview he was stationed in North Carolina waiting on his deployment to Germany. In regards to his immediate family, JB is the middle child of three children. He has a younger brother and an older sister. Currently JB is going through the divorce process with his wife.
In my high school career, I have volunteered at the hospital and packing backpacks for people in need. While working at the hospital, I would see sick and dying people all the time and it made me want to help them. Ever since I was little, I have wanted to help people and make everyone happy. When I volunteer, it makes me realize that I should not take everything for granted because there are people out there who need so much more than I do. In my volunteering hours, I have received numerous thank yous and hugs from people whom I helped and whom I have worked for.
Becoming a hospice volunteer for terminally ill patients and families is an honor. Volunteering is a gift to these vulnerable patients and families as well as the volunteer. When potential volunteers are asked what the reason is for wanting to volunteer, the answer most frequently given is, “I want to make a difference and give back to our society”. Volunteers make an indescribable difference in the lives of countless hurting people. Volunteers provide companionship and socialization to patients through reading a book, singing, or by doing light chores to name a few. Volunteering can also be something as simple as sitting with a patient, even if that patient is unable to communicate verbally. Their way of communication may instead be through
Pennsylvania, discussed different aspects of the volunteer program with an emphasis on the hospice volunteer program in particular. In the meeting on Wednesday, March 16th, 2016, Kaitlyn was asked a number of questions about the volunteer program and how it has been successful in meeting the needs of the aging community at Chandler Hall.
What motivated you to do your volunteer work? How did you come up with the idea for your activity? Who or what inspired you to get involved? How did your volunteer activity begin? Why did you feel it was important? (300 words)
Did you know that 8th graders have to volunteer 5 hours every quarter. Because of that my teacher is asking us to write an essay about where we are going to volunteer next year.I think this essay is just trying to make me look like I am making this essay because I want to help other kids and teach them about volunteering and that I would go interview someone and do research just to volunteer. But I’m not, this is an essay that I am typing to help me find places I can volunteer,how I would volunteer, and how long I would volunteer. This essay wants me to include why I would want to volunteer and what volunteering helps with. It also wants me to tell what my brother said in his interview and what I would volunteer doing. So, I would want to volunteer because it can help homeless people and help animals in need. Volunteering helps people that don't have homes and jobs and also help any animals that don't have owners or were in disasters.
In today's modern society many students in preparatory school such as high schools and junior high schools are now requiring students to do “donate” their time to volunteer work or community service. These preparatory schools are doing this now in hopes that it helps prepare the young adults for the “real world” where the teenagers will have