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When can l start the volunteer ?

I consider myself to be efficient, responsible and organized able to work in a team. Also, in customer services.
I have intensive knowledge of administration, which has then, lead #human-resources me to conduct a team leader role in Spain.
I am looking to continue with my skills and experience work

Thank you comment icon Hi Angela, which volunteer opportunity are you referring to? Gurpreet Lally, Admin

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Monica’s Answer

Hi Angela, contact the organization you are interested in volunteering for and ask them what their requirements are for you to apply to be a volunteer. Some organizations have a minimum age requirement, if you're under 18 you may need your guardian/parent to sign a consent form. Also, there are different laws (based on your country and location) as to how long you can volunteer per day/week, and what tasks they can ask you to do that may be considered hazardous, unlike those who are 18 and older.

Some organizations may ask that you take a skills test or assist with duties that can be done by volunteers which may not be of interest to you directly - but you'll benefit from learning in the environment you hope to work in some day.

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Angela’s Answer

Volunteering has always been a great experience for me and the people I'm serving. If you're considering what organization to volunteer for/with, start with your local community. Once you find a few organizations that you feel passionately about, you can narrow down which one(s) you think you should spend your time with. Keep in mind that some organizations do have requirements - background check and time commitment. I hope this helps!
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Yahaira’s Answer

If you are considering to volunteer with this organization and provide others with online advice, you can sign up immediately. Sign up online!
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Aundraya N.’s Answer

Hi Angela! These are all great answers. Look for opportunities near you, such as the library or a local school. Many organizations offer options specifically for youth. You can also explore volunteer opportunities posted by various organizations on websites like Volunteer Match (which includes several options for on-site and remote opportunities).

Aundraya N. recommends the following next steps:

Explore Volunteer Match: www.volunteermatch.org
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