BENEFITS OF VOLUNTEER
People love to volunteer for a wide range of reasons.
Some volunteers are driven by idea that “doing good”
is important, it makes the world a better place, moreover,
it is a great personal reward in the work of the community.
Others look for opportunities to practice professional
skills, develop networking and increase community
engagement. Students often seek to develop career prospects
through volunteering, as by means of it, they can develop
their skills and learn how they can meaningfully interact
with each other. Retirees usually volunteer because they
believe it is very important to share their profound
knowledge with youth, they often contribute through
advising from their own experience, advocating and networking.
A number of scientific researches demonstrated that
volunteering is carried out not only for the purpose of
contributing to the personal growth of individuals but
also it serves to develop relationships.