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College Students who Volunteer

Volunteers blog 1College students who volunteer have figured out how to build their college resumes with actual work experience.  Having a meaningful volunteer assignment not only helps college students build skills, but also helps them build a professional network and explore career options. With elections scheduled for November, both the Democratic Party, Republican Party and other community groups are looking for college students who volunteer to perform all kinds of election related jobs.  For example, candidates for election utilise all kinds of volunteer labor to staff call centers, go door to door, do marketing and help organize events to turn out the vote.

College Student who Volunteer Can Look Here for Jobs

If politics is not of interest to you, college students who volunteer can explore some of the options listed below from The Teenager’s Guide to the Real World:

1. Homeless Shelters
2. Food banks
3. Ronald McDonald Houses
4. Special Olympics
5. Habitat for Humanities
6. State and National Parks
7. City Programs
8. Helping Others Learn to Read
9. Hospitals
10. Libraries
11. Senior Citizens Centers
12. Animal Shelters
13. United Way
14. Red Cross
15. Salvation Army
16. Environmental Organizations
17. Web site creation and social media

Resources for College Students who Volunteer:

On most college campuses students can find volunteer opportunities through student activities departments that manage community service programs.  Some colleges also host volunteer fairs where they host organizations like the following:
Volunteer Match
Escape Artist

It’s not unusual to see colleges and universities bragging about the number of hours are accumulated each academic year by the college students who volunteer.

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