Volunteer Positions Hackettstown NJ
Life, Career, Leadership
Yale University, Center for Executive Coaching
Long Valley, NJ
Relationship Issues, Career/work issues, Mood Disorders, Bipolar Disorder
School: New York University
Years In Practice: 15+ Years
Age: Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19),Adults
Sliding Scale: Yes
Accepted Insurance Plans: Aetna
Career, Life, ADD ADHD
NJ Licensed Master Level Social Worker
Glen Gardner, NJ
Benefits of Volunteer Work
Whether you’re interested in giving back, gaining work experience or filling work gaps, volunteer work has many benefits. For starters, as a volunteer worker, you can gain valuable work experience that can help you begin building a resume. For students, volunteering full-time during the summer months or on weekends during the regular semester will impress future employers and help you stand out from the crowd. For non-students, volunteering anytime will strengthen your resume and help you obtain skills that can lead to advancement opportunities.
Next, volunteering can actually help you find potential employers. When you volunteer, you’re always meeting new people. These people may give you job leads. By volunteering for programs related to your career field, you are also more likely to meet important contacts or other professionals with the same interests.
Volunteer work can help you gain valuable skills. For example, if you’re working for a non-profit, you might learn all about fundraising and develop skills related to working with groups. You might handle donations, help manage projects, and organize events. An organized candidate with management skills and the ability to work with large groups is a great asset to hiring companies.
While working with non-profits can help you gain valuable experience and skills, other fields can do the same. Other fields that may be open to volunteer workers are:
To apply for a volunteer position at any given company, all you have to do is contact the company’s human resources department by email or phone and inquire about volunteer opportunities. Most companies have volunteer, internship or other similar programs. If they don’t, they will likely be open to the idea. The human resources dep...