Volunteering gives you the chance to develop insight on work ethics, dealing with others and honing your skills for your chosen career.
Each year, the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) hosts the MLK Day of Service. This event brings together hundreds of thousands of volunteers spend their entire day at parks, homeless shelters, food pantries, hospitals, community gardens and other places serving their communities. Dr. King was so much about giving back to the community, […]
Spring break! For the first time in months, you can take a break from thinking about exams and school papers. The deadlines for papers are over and all you want to do is sleep, spend time with family members, and enjoy a short vacation in another state or another country with friends. Spring break gives […]
The birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King , Jr. every January 15th has been celebrated as a federal holiday since 1983 and has been designated as a National Day of Service since 1994. This is celebrated every third Monday of January as a reminder to all Americans to participate in service projects that […]
Volunteering is one of the best ways to keep yourself relaxed and refreshing in today’s stressful life. There are innumerable benefits of giving volunteer services as helping others will always result in profit. Apart from just the positive feeling of sowing class actions into a cause, individual believes in, and the impact on the lives […]
Some of your peers are joining volunteer programs for the summer and on the weekends when school starts. Should you join, too? If you’re on the fence about volunteering, you’re not alone. There are so many other things you can do with your time, and you know it. Being a student volunteer is a huge […]