Importance of Volunteering
Why you should volunteer
“Volunteers don't get paid, not because they're worthless, but because they're priceless.” -Sherry Anderson
Volunteering can help you in many ways
Volunteering builds close relationship
Advances you in your career
- Job owners look at people that volunteer, for example, you might want to become a veteran when you grow up, so you volunteer at an animal shelter at young age and then later in your life, you can show the college that you have experience, and then you would have a better chance of going to that college.
Volunteering helps build self confidence and decreases depression
- By volunteering you can improve many things including self confidence. When you finish a job, you feel a sense of accomplishment. The more of sense of accomplishment you have, the better chance you have of increasing your confidence
- By working with people you have similarities with, you can help release stress and anxiety that you have from other things, which can later help decrease important things like depression.
Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart. ~Elizabeth Andrew
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