I am homeschooled, so I don't have many extracurricular activities. Because of this, and also because I enjoy it, I volunteer a lot. In August, I started volunteering once a week at a hospital in Outpatient Registration. I enjoy it, and I am planning on continuing through the summer. I am not sure i
Some of my friends volunteer but says its a waist of their time.
When I do some volunteering work in university, I would receive certificate of appreciation about the activity. I keep them. Could I write them in my resume?
I am finance second-year student. I plan to find a volunteering job as director of finance.
I am a senior who will be graduating in June. I already sent in most of my enrollment forms to my college and registered for freshman orientation. Is there anything else essential I should be doing this summer to prepare for my first semester of college? Is it highly recommended to intern or volunte
I am finance student in business school. If I find a unpaid job in non-for-profit organization as vp finance, is it helping me in future?
If someone is a volunteer at a company or a governmental agency and they want to ask about opportunities for paid positions how can they get up the courage to do so?
I am currently volunteering at an agency and I am very interested in the type of work that they are doing there. I enjoy volunteering at the agency but it would be nice to be able to earn and save up some money while I don't have a lot of bills to pay.
I am finance students. As international student, I don't have many work choices now.
My major is finance
I don't want to go to abroad just like some international conference in local.
Now i use school web, google, and mouth-to-mouth ways to find.
I'm curious about becoming a peer mentor to help me gain counseling skills and help me get into the non-profit.
Now i am participating much volunteering, is it useful?
I'm really interested in working with AmeriCorps as I think that it could help me get in touch with non-profits in my area and give back to my community. I would also love to gain new skills and build on my current skills.
What is a way for me to volunteer in a field relating to STEM online, as I am a busy chemistry student?
I am a chemistry major with a very heavy course load, but I would like an opportunity to give back in some way that is feasible for me to do.
I am homeschooled, so I don't have very many extracurricular activity opportunities. I do volunteer a lot, usually 150-200 hours a year. Will that be enough to make me stand out when I apply to colleges, or no? Thanks!
Should I focus on volunteering with non-profits that provide job placement assistance, resume writing, and the like as those skills will be usuful to me or should I focus on working with organizations that are apart of the mental health industry?
I am a high school student completing my sophomore year and looking for a summer job. Is it better to search for internship opportunities or volunteer opportunities since I have no work experience?
I'm wondering what are the most effective methods of networking? Is volunteering the best or are informational interviews with professionals in my field of choice? I want to gain a network before applying for grad school and find a mentor.
Do you have any experiences doing so?
I have quite a bit of volunteer experience, but all of it is from over 3 years ago. Can I still use that experience to apply for scholarships or is it too old to be relevant?
My school offers many scholarships and bursaries to students with volunteer experience, however I haven't volunteered in 3 years. If I fit all the other requirements, should I still apply?
Im sophmore at Rutgers University. I plan on majoring in Heath Administration. What are some good places to volunteer at so that i can learn more?
Studying abroad does not fit into my college plan of study. However, I am considering volunteering abroad. Yet, most of the experiences seem very costly.
I'm thinking of applying to a couple of community service related scholarships. What should I mention in my essay portion?
Where I volunteer is a pretty impersonal place. I just go in unnoticed and barely get acknowledged by any staff. I understand that the staff is both busy and tired (this is an animal ER). I don't want to interrupt them, but how can I make good relations? The program offers letters of recommendation
When applying to a job that requires a resume and a cover-letter, what information should I include in the cover letter so that I don't 'repeat' what's on my resume?
Most veterinarian practices that I have run into or researched do not have a student program which allows for internships or volunteering--they are simply medical practices. However, shadowing a vet can give great insight into deciding if the vet-path is a good career path for a student and most sch
How many volunteering hours should any high school student put in to get a decent acceptance to a college?
I am currently in 11th grade and I have put in about 130-145 hours of volunteering work. I was wondering if that would be enough but I am not sure. I know good grades are a factor but I was wondering what the most a child can put in?
Should high school students be focused on doing extracurricular activities based off of what they would want to major in college?
I have a friend who really wants to become a doctor, and almost all her extracurricular activities are tied around medicine. She did a medical program in Harvard, volunteers at a hospital, etc. Would she have a better chance of getting in somewhere because she knows what she wants and is doing activ