Gagandeep Singh - Finding Opportunities to Volunteer
There is a common misconception that we live in a dog eat dog world. Yes there are individuals who are vicious in the pursuit of their goals and will have no problems stepping on others via despicable methods to get there. However, if the world at large was of that opinion, there would be a lot more heartache and pain around; and there is a lot already.
There are people who are kind, and willing to help out in whatever way possible. People who are willing to give back to society. These are volunteers. Volunteers understand the importance of giving their time to help others. Volunteerism is a virtue and should be extolled as such. Gagandeep Singh has this virtue. He gives his time to his home community by teaching children boxing and helping to build Sikh Temples in his home community located in Queen’s New York.
He also understands that your community does not necessarily have to be your immediate surroundings, but the people you identify with for whatever reason. In this case we refer to his donations to the less fortunate female population, to aid them in marriage. He makes his donations through his company, J&G General Contracting Inc.
There are volunteer opportunities all over. You may look to your immediate community, or even outside your own country. The key to choosing how and where to volunteer is tied to your skills and interests. If you are interested in children, then you may prefer to volunteer at a children’s home or in a hospital. Conversely, if you presser working with adults, you may volunteer in a retirement home or a hospice depending on what you hope to accomplish. It would even be considered notable to volunteer in the office of a non-profit organization, a few extra hands in the office would help them set their minds to more important tasks on their agenda. The basis of volunteering is giving. Wherever you find your hands are needed, offer to help and you will be on your way to finding the volunteer opportunity that’s right for you.
Gagandeep Singh - What makes a good leader?
Gagandeep Singh is an Engineering and Drawing major, Sociology minor at Hofstra University in New York. He has considerable business experience for his age as evidenced by his position as Vice President as a New York contracting company, running his own business and past experience as a sales person and a promoter at Go Jay Financial and Optimum Nutrition respectively.
He believes a leader must be trusted, and have courage in their convictions.
Honesty is key. If you can’t be trusted no one will be comfortable working with you and the job will be get done satisfactorily. Your business is a reflection of you. If you run an honest business, your employees willfollow suit and your customers will appreciate it. You will notice because they will keep coming back; each time with more people.
A simpler and more commonly used word to demonstrate courage in convictions is confidence. Confidence is essential in any business especially when things are not going your way. You are the leader. Your employees will look up to you for guidance especially in times of crisis. Despite how you may feel you must keep company morale up, remain calm and confident so that your employees can look to you and emulate your behavior.
These are qualities that Gagandeep Singh has and will exercise in his positions of the two companies he is affiliated with. He understands their essence and why they are important and at his young age, he should to be commended for his efforts to forge his own path as a leader.
The Importance of Basic Healthcare Training - How to be Prepared in an Emergency
With nearly 88% of cardiovascular emergencies taking place at home, having knowledge of basic lifesaving techniques could make the difference in an emergency ending in disaster or a heroic, lifesaving act. Those suffering from a cardiovascular event are up to three times more likely to survive if they receive CPR and less than 8% of those suffering an attack outside of a hospital survive.
One study has shown, those who simply watch an educational video on CPR, or see an informational pamphlet are more likely to act in the case of an emergency. Taking several minutes to view the information in the following link could save one of the 383,000 lives annually who suffer a cardiovascular attack.
The statistics are overwhelmingly in favor of taking the time to learn CPR. The person you may save could easily be a spouse, parent, or child.
Gagandeep Singh, a young Hofstra University Student and son to immigrants to the United States, believes in being prepared in the event of an emergency. With experience as a home health aide, this 21-year-old Engineering student is certified in CPR, and he wishes more would do the same. He believes it is our responsibility to one another as a community to be prepared and to act in the event of an emergency.
ASPCA - Meet Your Newest Family Member Today
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) works in numerous capacities around the United States advocating on behalf of animals around the country. Some of the forms in which the ASPCA works include:
Anti-Cruelty Group- This group focuses on enforcement of local anti-cruelty laws and seeks to halt and prevent the act of animal cruelty itself. This is one of the most widely recognized and important aspects of the ASPCA's work.
Animal Health Services- This branch focuses efforts on providing health services to help pet owners remain responsible pet parents with healthy pets!
Community Outreach Program- Often the face of the ASPCA, this is the group that the community sees. These outreach programs involve education and pet adoptions and are comprised of numerous professionals including Veterinarians, Trainers, Adoption Specialists and many more.
Government Relations- The branch that focuses on reform and pushing through legislation with the government for animal cruelty.
One of the most obvious ways for individuals to take part in ASPCA efforts is through donations and responsible pet adoptions into loving homes.
The statistics are alarming. It is estimated every 60 seconds an animal is abused. To help the ASPCA in their efforts to protect animals you can follow the link below to donate.
Adopting an animal is a wonderful way to promote the safety and well-being of animals. Gagandeep Singh, an engineering student at Hofstra University, is an avid believer in rescuing pets and adoption. As a dog lover himself, he spends as much time as possible with his dog and promotes pet adoption for responsible adults looking for a companion.
For information on pet adoption through the ASPCA follow the link below: