Ongoing Volunteer Impact
When you become an ongoing volunteer, you’ll get the opportunity to see the impact of your service and how your work is contributing to solving a larger issue.
An example of ongoing volunteering is the United Way’s Schools of Hope program, in which volunteer tutors spend 30 minutes each week with the same child during the school year. Along with enjoying their weekly interaction with a student, these volunteers also gain fulfillment by observing the widespread impact the program has on the community.
Volunteering on a regular basis is also a great way to build relationships, network, and expand your professional experience, especially if you volunteer your skills.