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Question 1 of 25
What is your greatest strength? How does it help you when you volunteer?
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Question 2 of 25
How much time would you like to volunteer?
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"How many hours do you need someone to work? I can be flexible, but I know that I can offer 16 hours a week."
"That is a great question! As much as I can. How much time are you looking for a volunteer?" OR "With the other work I do and my FT/PT job, I am looking to volunteer 5-10 hours/week."
"How many hours do you need someone to work? I can be flexible, but I know that I can offer 16 hours a week."
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Question 3 of 25
What kind of environment do you thrive in?
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"I work well independently, motivated by deadlines and prioritizing tasks to meet them. I also enjoy working in a team environment. I can adapt to working with different personalities and I use my time wisely."
"I thrive in a fast paced environment centered around managing multiple priorities, typically about giving back to people."
"I work well independently, motivated by deadlines and prioritizing tasks to meet them. I also enjoy working in a team environment. I can adapt to working with different personalities and I use my time wisely." Expressing your ability to work with others and independently shows your flexibility. Work environments can change depending on the staff or business ownership. Explain what you bring to the table and how you are able to adapt to fast-paced or challenging work environments.
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Question 4 of 25
Why are you interested in volunteering?
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Question 5 of 25
How did you go about making job assignments?
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Question 6 of 25
What are your expectations for this volunteer position?
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Question 7 of 25
Can you briefly talk about your experiences as they relate to this position?
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Question 8 of 25
Describe a time when you took personal accountability for a conflict and initiated contact with the individual(s) involved to explain your actions.
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Question 9 of 25
Being a volunteer, have you ever felt you work went unappreciated?
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Question 10 of 25
What is your greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve it?
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Question 11 of 25
Tell me about your work history.
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Question 12 of 25
Have you ever been a member of a group where two of the members did not work well together? What did you do to get them to do so?
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Question 13 of 25
Are you involved in other organized activities?
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Question 14 of 25
Why do you like helping others?
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Question 15 of 25
What do you do during your free time?
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Question 16 of 25
How did you hear about this volunteering opportunity?
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Question 17 of 25
Are you currently involved in any other organizations?
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Question 18 of 25
How do others view you as a role model?
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Question 19 of 25
What skills and qualifications do you have that will help you for this position?
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Question 20 of 25
Why do you enjoy volunteer work?
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Question 21 of 25
What kind of people do you most enjoy working with?
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Question 22 of 25
What kinds of rewards do you need to stay motivated?
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Question 23 of 25
Why do you want to be a volunteer in our organization?
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Question 24 of 25
What was your most rewarding experience helping someone before?
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Question 25 of 25
What volunteer work have you done in the past?
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Question 1 of 25
What is your greatest strength? How does it help you when you volunteer?
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My leadership quality is one of my greatest strength. It helps me to guide and encourage the team am working with for the expected results.
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Its my ability to learn fast and also I work under no supervision or little supervision.
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I am a very caring yet loud person. So I will take care of my tasks appropriately with great care and be responsible. Yet when I need to be strict or loud, I will also carry that responsibility.
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I think my greatest strength is that I am a good team player. I love to help people and I work very well with them and think that plays a very important role in volunteering as you are going to meet new people everyday.
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My greatest strength is organisation and this will help me volunteer as I will be able to organise activates.
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My greatest strength is I am easy to approach to, I am patient, I am not afraid to ask questions, I know some medical terminology,
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I am good at being patient with all people, which has helped when I volunteer better get along with and communicate with the people I am volunteering for and the people I volunteer with.
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I am compassionate, hard worker and I have a strong work ethic.
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My greatest strength is that I am dependable. I feel this is important for volunteering because this skill can help me complete my work in which I will put forth my best work.
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My greatest strength is my ability to connect with people. I feel I can use this gift as a way to connect with the patients and their families to make their experience in the hospital a positive one.
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My greatest strength is that I am very hard working and I get along with most people. I am very willing to do work and helping people which I believe will allow me to do my very best when volunteering.
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I am a good listener; I am patient; I enjoy people-interaction and I am dedicated to my responsibilities. These qualities help me provide assistance to those needed effectively. My strengths also allow me to commit to my role for a long term.
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My greatest strength is my ability to learn quickly. I also have great social skills. These skills will help in my volunteer work. I can go from a to b in a snap, if you tell me how to do so.
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I like to do the best that I can. I give my all. I enjoy working with people who have similar interests.
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I think that my greatest strength is my passion for helping others. Wanting to help others is what keeps me motivated and dedicated. Doing something that I love drives me to fulfill my full potential when volunteering.
Question 2 of 25
How much time would you like to volunteer?
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1.
Two hours to three hours suffices.
2.
I would like to complete 15 hours for sure here.
3.
A total of 100 hours over 4 months.
4.
Well it varies like on weekends 2-3 hrs during school but in the summer any time is possible.
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The amount that would be needed to accomplish the task at hand.
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I am willing to work the whole summer, because this is a relatively new experience for me and I would love to learn more.
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It really depends on my schedule, but to think on the top of my head I would say weekdays would always work for me especially if it is after 6 p. M.
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I would like to volunteer once a week for the full time volunteer hours.
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I do not have a limit on how many hours I want to volunteer. I will volunteer where you need me as you see fit. However, I do want to be committed to volunteering and devoting my time.
10.
I would like to volunteer for 2 hours a week, for three months total.
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At the moment I have a lot of time on my hands, having just completed my university degree last year, and being a casual employee at Coles Supermarket, as well as participating in swing dancing 2-3 times a week, I can volunteer 2-3 times a week if you would like.
12.
I would like to volunteer as much as possible. I have a very open schedule and would love to help as often as I can.
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I would go by their ability, their strengths and the time they are available.
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As much as possible. Over the summer I will probably be splitting time between here and the hospital so I could work maybe 3 full days a week.
15.
I am willing to volunteer as much as a possibly can, assuming that I will be able to fully give my time and organization.
Question 3 of 25
What kind of environment do you thrive in?
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I enjoy working within a team setting where we are equally respected and understood. I thrive in such an environment where I can learn and grow by taking on new challenges.
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I love to work in a busy offic with a tight schedule, work load. Enough work, talikng with more people help me to learn, pick things quickly. I also love in a quiet envoronmnt where people work there own. These help me to judge my self how much capable am i.
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One where there is a lot of communication and a flow of working together.
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I see myself as a very flexible person and thrive in every environment I find myself.
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An environment that is challenging and allows me to grow mentally.
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I thrive in an environment of harmony; I work best when people are not only focused on the task at hand, but also when conversation and creativity can flow.
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I enjoy challenges and I feel like to more interaction I have with other, the better I am. I am very passionate about helping others.
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I like to work in a social environment where I can collaborate with other people creativiley.
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I enjoy an environment where there may be a lot going on but I know my co-workers are trustworthy even if the people I am working with may not be. My goal is to help others and I am willing to do anything to ensure the safety of others if need be.
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I thrive in an environment where I am responsible and work independently, or in one-to-one interactions with people. However, I also work well in a teamwork setting and will work according to my assigned duties and work together with my peers.
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A team environment where everyone can thrive and communicate effectively. Somewhere where everyone is equally respected and supported. A place where there is more than enough room to learn and grow and a place where something is always happening.
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I work in an interdependent environment and I thrive in it. I work well in a team environment, but we are each individual contributors. I work well independently, I am efficient, and if I have any questions I do not hesitate to ask for clarification.
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I believe that I thrive in an environment where I can learn from others and/or help other people. I am most efficient in a social environment where I can interact with others and gain experience.
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I am a very positive person so working in a positive environment is very important to me, as well as a inclusive environment.
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I am a very positive person so working in a positive environment is very important to me, as well as a inclusive environment.
Question 4 of 25
Why are you interested in volunteering?
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To broaden social skills, mutual learning, interacting with other people through art has been helpful for me via self expression, volunteering to assist other people in their journey with art would be a satisfying experience.
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I am interested in volunteering because I am starting school soon in march and I want to experience everything I need to learn to become a CNA .
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Helping people makes me feel good. Also, I seek a career in the medical field, so this voluntary program it is a good starts for me.
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I am interested so I can work with a different age group and engage in the community.
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A life without helping people is not a life I want to live. I think volunteering will help me become a person I want to be and help me stay on the right path and keep a positive outlook on life.
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With the summer coming up and my schedule slowing down, I knew I wanted to volunteer somewhere so that I could put my time off to good use. And when I saw the email from Ms. Hollingshead about the position, I though it looked like the perfect opportunity to gain experience in a position that was related to my field of study.
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I am interested because I feel that it will benefit me in addition to others.
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Because I like working with people and to gain more experience.
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I enjoy serving others and I want to experience working with patients or at least working in a hospital setting because not only do I want to work in one long term one day but I appreciate the work that hospitals do and I want to be a part of it.
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I enjoy working with people & I think volunteering my summer would be a great way to enhance my skills & learn more about the hospital.
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I really like to give back to the community. Yes it would help me gain recent experience, but if I cannot work in the field I want to volunteer.
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To gain experience that will help me in other activities as well as jobs in the future.
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I am interested in volunteering because I like to help people and it is a way in which I am able to help others.
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I enjoy helping others because if I were in the same situation I hope that the same would be done to me.
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I like to do something that gives me satisfaction - working with special children or animals help me realise how blessed I am to help others.
Question 5 of 25
How did you go about making job assignments?
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According to their capabilities at the time and their strength to perform the job effectively.
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I enjoy making job assignments. Knowing what I need to do and how I can get them done was always an interest of mine and I like putting the effort and making my time as efficient as possible.
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If I am given a task I think about the best way to organize it and if I have additional questions I am never afraid to ask because I feel like it is best to try and get it done right the first time.
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I would see which person is efficient in each area and assign them to the best suited position for them.
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First of all, I approach all job assignments with a positive attitude no matter how trivial it may seem to be. I understand that my work as a volunteer is to serve not only the patients but most important the staff to take some stress and responsibilities off their shoulders. I take my job assignments seriously and perform to the best of my ability.
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I looked at all of my options and I selected the ones that I am capable of doing.
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I would assign individuals based on their strengths and interests.
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I try prroritize according to impotance and ungency kf the task.
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I look for what each person is strong in, or specializes in, and based on this, I assign them tasks & duties that would suit them well. I would also try to pair them up with people who they could interact well with.
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Just got on with what I was told to do.
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I assign jobs according to the skills what individuals possess.
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I enjoy making job assignments. Knowing what I need to do and how I can get them done was always an interest of mine and I like putting the effort and making my time as efficient as possible.
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I made personal deadlines to ensure that my projects were done way before the actual deadlines.
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I did pretty well, my supervisors always seems pleased by my efforts.
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By asking my seniors in my monthly Newsletter what they would enjoy doing.
Question 6 of 25
What are your expectations for this volunteer position?
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To gain experience and support and guide young people to fulfil their potential.
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My expectation for this volunteer is try experiences and have fun.
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I really like to use my skills and experience to help other people.
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To give back, make others smile and gain knowledge on how the daily operation of what it will be like to actually work in this environment.
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I would like to be able to observe first hand what it is like to work as a speech and language pathologist in order to learn more about my major and gain certainty that this is what I want to do. Also, I love helping others so I want to assist you guys in any way that I can.
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To gain experience and a great sense of satisfaction.
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I expect to gain experience and keep developing my personal skills, and of course guide young people to fulfill their potential.
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To be able to learn about the surrondings im working in and further my knowlege, give back to the commutiy and know that im making a difference.
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To give pataients the best treatment, help them feel a little more comfortable.
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That I will be able to gain more working experience.
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My expectations are to become involved with cleaning up and with children.
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Hard work and diligence whilst learning many things.
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I enjoy helping people. I really want to improve my social and leadership skills and over time hopefully build connections.
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Volunteering has been advantageous for both my personal and professional development. All I expect is to allow me to spend my time with the patients so that I get a chance to look after them.
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To gain experience with serving others in a hospital setting.
Question 7 of 25
Can you briefly talk about your experiences as they relate to this position?
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I took a computer course at college which provided me how to manages tasks by using excel, word, access and powerpoint.
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I was in the Canadian Cancer Society helping cancer patients and making their "visit" much more welcoming and comfortable it gives me a chance to show my responsibility skills as well as taking care of the less fortunate people. This relates to my position right now, as I will have to take care of students in the same manner sharpening my responsibility skills.
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I have worked in several youth camps through the Helping Hands Program.
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I have been a victim of injustice in the workplace where a colleague was not fairly treated by her manager. She scored above 90% during each appraisal and was never recommended for promotion. As a colleague, I observed the reason for the unjust treatment to be personal hence I spoke separately to my colleague and the manager to ascertain their interests and grudges.This helped me to better assess the situation, bring them to work positively together and advocate for fairness. The colleague was eventually promoted in the next exercise and they understand eachother better now.
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As a teacher, I have had personal relationships and interactions with the children in my classroom as well as with their families. I do well in one-to-one interactions where I engage with my students and communicate with them and meet their basic needs. I have also learned to work as a team player with my fellow co-workers as we work together to get through our routine schedule on a daily basis. In college, I have had to participate in many group activities and projects where I usually would serve as a leader as well as a team player within my group. I also have experience with serving the role as a helper and assistant, being a teacher aide and taking instruction from the other teachers.
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I am a preschool teacher and child caregiver to the children in my classroom. I assist their needs and interact with the children and their families.
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Well, for many years, my mother has been the director of the Vacation Bible School at our church, and I have been able to lead groups and see many children learn new things that will help them in their daily walk with Christ which I think is really neat.
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I used to go to Korean school and take care of little kids every Sunday.
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I have volunteered for International Student Volunteers (ISV) for a 2 weeks. In these two weeks I volunteered with helping the elephants, as well as help to build a kitchen and maintain water tanks in a hill tribe village. Other experiences I have had includes group work at university as well as time management.
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All my collective experiences center around helping people find their way as well as working to create a more accessible and fair world. This could be a small environment such as a college campus helping create new policy or by giving students the tools they need to go to college and positively move their lives forward.
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I have volunteered in a hospital before and had a pleasant.
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Honestly I have no experience therefore I was hoping to get a start here.
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I have the similar experience in back home.I cared for my grand parents when they were bedridden, Igot many patients with same problem.So it would be worth if you could take me to this position.
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I only have personal experience of looking after my elderly parents.
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I was working as a recruiter for a placement consultancy for 3 years and have little experience in administrative work as well like keeping records, writing emails and organizing events. Being a recruiter I take care of the entire recruitment process like sourcing profiles, first level screening, maintaining database of the selected candidates, and their joining.
Question 8 of 25
Describe a time when you took personal accountability for a conflict and initiated contact with the individual(s) involved to explain your actions.
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It was when a premature was about to be born and our unit has no available incubators at the time. I answered the phone noting the delivery rooms admission but not I did not say there are still available incubators. Then the conflict came, blames thrown at me, though I was backed up, I still confront and apologized to the attending physician who accepted it. I also answer to my supervisors.
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My mom and I had a desacrement and we both had really strong opinions on the situation and I went to her and we talked it about it together.
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Back when I was coaching soccer, there was a misunderstanding about jewellery regulations (namely earrings) that was not properly clarified by myself or my co-coach. As a result, one girl on the team attempted to cover her earrings with tape instead of removing them, as she had just gotten her ears pierced. Since she was unable to remove them for the next couple of months, the referee sent her off the pitch. To deal with this conflict, my co-coach and I conferred with the player, her mother and the referee to come up with a solution and explain the misunderstanding that had transpired.
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I spoke with confidence and ask them politely what happened with the situation and tried to solve the conflict the best way possible for myself and the individual(s)
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As a member of a team, I did snap at someone for breaking my concentration. I apologized right away and said there was no need for me to do that, no excuses just an apology.
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I got into a fight with one of my friends over a misunderstanding and she got really angry at me, which I thought that was unfair of her but in the end I accepted that it was my fault and I proceeded in calling her in order to apologize for the misunderstanding and that I was wrong to judge her.
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I do not engage in conflicts. Even if there is a situation I do not argue with them saying who is right or wrong. Instead I give them some time to realize and then I talk to them and explain about the whole situation and discuss with them.
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Once, I renovated the room I shared with my sister. Her bed, in its former position, took up too much space, hence why I had to move it around to make room for more. When she came home, I explained that it was I who had done it and told her my reasons, which she found herself agreeing to.
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One time while working in a deli durign a busy lunch hour, one of the costomers got upset as he had been waiting on the line for some time. As we were short satffed and were busy helping other customers, it would be impolite to skip the customers head of him. Therefere, when I was done in helping my customers, I quickly walked up to him, and asked him down his order and shop around as he had some shopping to do. By the tiem he came back, his order was ready and he apprciated it.
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In my family I faced many problems sach as domestic abuse from my father. So recently he bitten my mother again .After that I took action and I phoned to hi employer and informed about it.
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I will manage all for this.
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Though I prefer staying out of conflicts, I do recall times when I took personal accountability for them. A couple of years ago, I went into an argument with my friend after her comment unintentionally offended me; my defensive reaction caused a conflict to erupt between us. Soon, I realized that I overreacted and that becoming upset over a comment is not worth destroying a friendship. I called her later that day to apologize and explain that I jumped to conclusions too soon and failed to incorporate the value of our companionship. I took the responsibility for the argument and offered to make the situation better. Needless to say, the flames died down and we talked out the situation calmly, step-by-step until we were ready to reconcile. From that conflict, I learned that I should handle any situation calmly and in a mature way.
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I try to manage them, first solve the problem as soon as possible because time is very important in hospital, then it depends in the policy of hospital if it need report, Iwill do it, if not, Itell to my manager.
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I spoke with confidence and ask them politely what happened with the situation and tried to solve this conflict the best way possible.
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Being a customer service representative at my workplace, there are countless of conflicts that occur that I have to be accountable for. Customers do have certain concerns and I always have to be ready to answer them. For instance, Customers come up to me to complain about a certain cashier, either because she might of overcharged an item in their order, or the way she approached the customer was not appropriate or up to standards. Therefore, first I need to apologize to the customer in her behalf and make sure that he/she does not get the wrong impression of the store. Afterwards, I need to direct myself to the particular cashier and let her know of the situation to make sure the incident does not happen again. If it is a recurring problem with the cashier where many customers complain then I have to take other measures, where I speak to the manager and let her know of the situation, and then she will take responsibility from then on.
Question 9 of 25
Being a volunteer, have you ever felt you work went unappreciated?
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No not at all . If you volunteer and you belive it with unappreciated it would be.
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I try my best to do and it never gives you a chance of unappreciated.
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Helping others and giving back to your community is appreciation in itself.
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No, My purpose is to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
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No, I think that even though you dont always see the effect you have its always there. Just like if you help sort food at the foodbank, at the end of the night all you see is the stacked food but that doesnt mean it didnt make a difference just because you didnt see it directly.
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No, my work has always been appreciated and acknowledged by my clients, customers and my team mates. I am thankful to them for their frequent positive and constructive feedback to me.
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No, its always been appreciated and well received by children, adults alike.
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No, because I have a passion to help people and I do not need appreciation for that.
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I have not volunteered much in the past but I have been in situations that I felt like my work was unappreciated. At that moment I usually keep my head up and move on to my next order of business, I dont let it get to me because I know I am making a difference.
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I admit that there are periods where I have felt that way but I always remind myself or end up receiving a gift that makes it all worthwhile.
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Never, I feel like my work is appreciated more because it is coming from my heart.
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No, I know the people that I am helping appreciate what I do even if they dont show it.
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No, I never felt unappreciated working in schools either with kids in the class room or assisting teachers.
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No I never feel unappreciated because I realise the work I do, no matter how small benefits someone else and is part of a more grand scale.
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Sometimes it does feel so, however, what matters is how it felt for me - and I was satisfied.
Question 10 of 25
What is your greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve it?
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My greatest weakness is standing back and getting perspective. I tend to get trapped in a box during assignments because I see it as small little chunks. I find that I need to push myself to step out of the box and get the whole picture of the assignment.
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Communication. I am trying to take on a more social role in life.
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I do not speak french and I am trying to spare some time to learn it to at least a conversational level. It will definitely enhance my ability to connect with people and to benefit the company I work with in future.
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1. I would like to do 10 hours as volunteer. 2. My greatest weakness is my english. As english is my second language so want to improve it a bit. I have a plan to go in toast master to improve my english.
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My greatest weakness is that I consider myself a workaholic when it comes to meeting defined deadlines. I always look forward to finishing any task I start.
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I tend to keep my schedule very busy because I enjoy getting alot done so sometimes it is hard for me to take a step back and get perspective.
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My greatest weakness would be being a perfectionist. To overcome that,I try to get work done the first time correctly and check it then itself.
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I tend to get side trackted easily. I have to remind myself everyday where to put my focus on.
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My greatest weakness is self-deprecation. I am too modest at times. I am improving my modesty by reminding myself of all my achievements.
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My greatest weakness is the fear of public speaking. I am slowly trying to overcome it by joining groups and meeting people so that I will be more open and friendly.
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My greatest weakness, as one might consider, is my infinite ability to micromanage and focus on fine details, occasionally neglect how the small details might compile to form a complex picture.
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I feel I shold be more improve in speking up.Because in nursing field the nurse should have to be a good speaker. But now I think am better after my masters in nursing course.
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Time managemnent but I set an alarm on my phone to help remind me of my schedule.
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My weakness is getting worried for even small things. So, I try to improve it by diverting my mind in other activities.
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Limiting the realities of my work. I tend to have huge end goals and smaller steps to reach that goal, but sometimes those end goals are very far out and I need to understand my limitations within my position and that sometimes I cannot accomplish those goals alone.
Question 11 of 25
Tell me about your work history.
User-Submitted Answers
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Volunteer firefighter, volunteer textile arts, art and soul, the writings off the wall tour building resilience with people after the floods, collating news papers.
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I worked as a Car Hop at Sonic Drive-In which consisted of customer service and janitorial duties. I also worked on a farm two summers ago helping with his dogs and horses as well as mowing his lawn and trimming his hedges.
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I worked with kids in daycare and babysitting, and I have also worked with teens my age to help them find correct locations and information at my school.
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I have worked at Coles Supermarkets for about 7 years as a cashier, dealing mainly with customer service.
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My work history includes serving as a college advisor for High school seniors in Hartford, CT. I guided them along the college search and application processes. I also worked as am AmeriCorps member.
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In the pharmacy it was my job to pull medication and deliver it to different areas of the hospital. In patient care, I usually responded to most of the patients basic needs, and if they needed medical attention I had to alert a nurse in the unit.
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I am a Babysitter and I also still work at the gym.
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I worked with children at a summer recreational program. I got to collaborate with children, their respective parents and my supervisor to plan safe and enjoyable activities for the kids to enjoy.
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I have worked at Subway since July 2014. I started working for Math4Me, a tutoring place since October 2014. I also started volunteering at Kinsmen Lodge, which is actually right across since December 2014. From September 2011 to now, I participated in school clubs and school events as well.
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Am a student so I work just in holidays, in fast food cooking or in super market selling.
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Since 7 years am in nursing profession as a nursing student and staff nurse .I got lots of opportunity to involve in care with variety of patients.I had taken Masters in Nursing because I thought my knowledge has to be improved.
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I have never had a job but I have volunteered in other institutions.
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I worked as a produce clerk at metro grocery store for about a year, stocking the fruits and vegetables, unloading skids and moving them into the freezer.
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Ive lit which is a youth program in the summer with multiple workshops, events and task s to do.
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PEP over 2 years - mental health and addiction - group facilitator, community outreach worker and OCAN support specialist OATC over 2 years - Harm Reduction Methadone and Suboxone Case Manager/Counsellor providing assistance to clients going through recovery from opiate use.
Question 12 of 25
Have you ever been a member of a group where two of the members did not work well together? What did you do to get them to do so?
User-Submitted Answers
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Yes. We would occasionally go through the day joking about what happened but I encouraged our junior aide to just do her job well and I also promoted to our senior staff the good things our junior aide could do and that what had happened is outside our professional arena. Somehow the two worked it out.
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Haha yes this year at school we are doing a collab with the english class and art class, im in the art classs and my two best freidns are in the english class and even tho were really good friends the 2 always disagree and im always the peace keeper to try to keep them sane :P I tried to just get everyones opinion on the table and just compromise and make everyone happy.
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Yes, I have been in an uncooperative group before. I tried compromising with both, so both parties would be partly satidfied.
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When I was working in a group project for school, 2 of the members did not agree on what approach to take in order to give a presentation on the project so I set up an informal meeting at a coffee shop, where we discussed both ideas and came to a compromise of including some components from each of the group members.
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Explain to them why we are there and encourage them to what is expected of them.
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I stood as a mediator and tried to find out their individual interests which helped me identify alternatives for settlement. I empathised with both parties and communicated my alternatives for them. I also checked what needed to be addressed to protect the relationships and having their consent, an agreement or fair understanding was reached and the relationship was not only restored but has flourished ever since.
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Yes, I reminded them that this is a group activity and I reminded them what the end result needed to look like. So we each chose a piece that we could give our contribution in and pitched in our work. In the end we combined it and got the job done with little to no drama.
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Yes, I was the one who was in-between the two group members that did not get along. I would try to compensate for both of their needs and make an attempt for them to make up for their argument.
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I assured them that we are working towards a positive cause and we should not be arguing over our little tiny problems.
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Yes. I confronted both sides of the situation and came up with a solution where both sides benefited.
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I have. I tried by talking to them seperately, to hear both sides of the story. Then, I let them know that both of them were right and eventually they grew tired of the argument.
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I tried to find out their problems first. For example in the university we were working as a team for a presentation, first, we combined the ideas first and them start to discuss.
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I have been in various situations where members of a group did not collaborate well. In these situations I have reminded them of the tasks at hand and encouraged them to focus on efficiently accomplishing it. Focusing them on what needs to get done rather than their disagreement usually helps the group function best.
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No, I do not have that experience but I would try to see what the problem is and find a way to work it out to make the situation better.
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Yes, I have been, and in this type of situation I would try resolve the issue by making them both listen to each others problems, and compromise. It is not always possible to make them become friends, but peaceful acquaintance is likeable.
Question 13 of 25
Are you involved in other organized activities?
User-Submitted Answers
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I teach vbs, play filed hockey, run track, do dance, in national junior honor society.
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Yes, I attend art exhibitions, meetings and events.
3.
Yes, I am in the Canadian Cancer Society organization which helps cancer patients varying all types of cancer all over the GTA. I am in the Girl Guides Organization as well as the Halton Gujarati Samaj Organization.
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Yes! I am in a volunteer club at school that is just starting up. We do fun science projects and show them to inner city elementary schools. I am also part of the science club and literacy club.
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Yes. I quite enjoy opportunities to work with others.
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I am involved in my schools NJROTC program and I am a boy scout.
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I have been involved in the past, with Big Brothers/Big sisters, Health unit--Emergency training, LAWC, Social committee at work as well as Health and safety superviser.
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No I have not been in other organized activities. It is one of the reasons why I would like to volunteer so that I can gain experience.
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Yes, I am involved in other activities. Every weekend, I go to a temple and help out with the kids classes.
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Yes, I am in a sorority. I am on committees for two philanthropic clubs and I am in the prenursing club.
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Yes, I participate in an out of school orchestra, I was on both the wrestling and track team at school, also I played on a recreational basketball team this winter.
12.
Well I have been playig the violin now for 9 years.
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I am currently volunteering for a student run free clinic where I work as an interpreter. I also work part time as a outrech ambassador at a local community college.
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Yes, Ido.Involving activities like makes me confident and happy.
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Yes, I volunteer in several capacities through my church.
Question 14 of 25
Why do you like helping others?
User-Submitted Answers
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I gives me a sense of satisfaction.
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Helping others also adds to your knowledge.
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That gives me an inner satisfaction and pleasure and it is caring and kind to others.
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Feels rewarding. It makes me feel like I can make an impact on others, I love the feeling.
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I enjoy helping others because it just comes natural to me. If the opportunity to help someone else arises, I automatically want to help them. If for some reason I miss out on this opportunity, I feel guilty about it. By helping others, I get a rush of happiness. In addition, helping others takes me mind of my own problems as I try to help theirs. By helping someone else, I'm helping others realize that people do care about them.
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To make others happy.
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Because helping others gives you happiness.
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Because I know the importantance of providing orientation and help differnt patients and their families and their support.
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There are alot people that need help, and cannot or will not ask for help.
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It gives me great joy in helping people.
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To give others and myself satisfaction.
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To give others and my self satisfaction.
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Improve self-esteem.
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I like helping others because it truly makes me happy because I feel like others can count on me. I also feel the need to keep myself busy, and helping others completes that need.
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Because it makes me feel good.
Question 15 of 25
What do you do during your free time?
User-Submitted Answers
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I read journals, listen to R&B songs and perhaps just generally lay in with a loved one.
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I like to read, watch movies with my family, and keep up to date on the articles being posted in LTC.
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Pursue my hobbies i. E restoration of bikes, reading and adventure.
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I play piano and help with my churches community service projects.
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I spend my free time reading, listening to music, and taking pictures.
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Some of the things I do during me free time is playing sports such as basketball, soccer, cricket, reading books, watching TV and listening to music.
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I mostly read books in my free time and study for school. Or I am watching T.V.
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I enjoy working with children and public services, I take care of my sister and on my free time I love reading and exercising.
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During my free time I work on some personal goals that I have set for myself. For instance, I am trying my best to keep myself informed as to current events. As for extracurricular activities, I enjoy playing the piano and dancing. However, most of my free time is spent reading.
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Read books, Go for a walk, Listen to music and do online surfing.
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During my free time, I like to explore the field of biological sciences, specifically,
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I like to play basketball and soccer with my friends, or just spend time with my family.
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Reading books, watching TV, listening to music, talking to my family and friends, cooking, drawing, gardening.
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Reading current affairs, watching movies, cooking.
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I enjoy reading books, listening to music and painting landscapes.
Question 16 of 25
How did you hear about this volunteering opportunity?
User-Submitted Answers
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My aunt started working at Robinson Memorial last year, and told me that they had volunteer servvices.
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I have a heard a lot about it through my friends and then there was a presentation in the school about this.
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My dad encouraged me to take this opportunity because he knows I love volunteering and helping out the community.
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I always knew in my mind that I wanted to volunteer, so I went online and simply looked for places to get involved in.
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Through a friend of mine who is also working as a vounteer in another organisation.
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I am currently a part of "wise up" an high school extension of the CHRLA organization. I also run track and field.
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I heard about this volunteering opportunity by a friend that applied last year and by another friend that volunteers here.
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I searched as many institutions in the city as I could on the internet.
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I heard about this volunteer opportunity through a friend. They knew my interest in medicine and suggested I apply.
10.
Through a friend at my school Massey, who volunteered in the ER over the summer.
11.
I was searching online for any nearby places for volunteering and came acros your organisation.
12.
Online. I knew wanted to volunteer at a hospital over the summer so that I could see what the hospital environment is really like, and this hospital is the closest to my house.
13.
Christiana Care is highly regarded at my school and many nursing students discuss the opportunities provided. I heard it through the grape vine and kept my eyes peeled for when the application opened.
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I hear about it by a friend of me because he knows that I love volunteering and help people he find it in internet.
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I got this information from one of my friends.I got inspired by the opportunity so I searched in website and applied for it.
Question 17 of 25
Are you currently involved in any other organizations?
User-Submitted Answers
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I would like to start work at 9:00 and finish around 4:00.
2.
Absolutely yes, I do work between 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.
3.
No, I am not involving in any other organizations.
4.
I am not currently volunteering with any other organizations.
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Yes. I volunteer for a non profit called share a pet. It is a program that provides pet assisted therapy to nursing homes, schools, hospitals, veterans homes and other places.
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I volunteer at a local career center helping answer phones and directing c customers to their correct workshops.
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Yes, as a nursing student at boise state university I am hugely involved in the boise state nursing program. I am also a member of global citizenship and social responsibility club and work as a wildland firefighter and sigma theta tau international.
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No, I am not currently involved with any other organizations.
9.
No, I am not currently involved in any other organizations.
10.
No but I am looking forward to participating in this organization.
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No, I am not currently involved in any other organizations.
12.
No, I am not currently volunteering for any other organization.
13.
No, I am currently not involved with any other organizations.
14.
No, I am currently not involved with any other organizations. I look forward in volunteering here to help out others who are in need and to gain new friends.
15.
No, but l an looking for a job for the mornings starts at 9:00am and finishes around at 4:00pm.
Question 18 of 25
How do others view you as a role model?
User-Submitted Answers
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You should be caring for others, share the workload equally and respect others.
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I always have care for others, and reliable person , committed to the work, share my knowledge with others in a friendly manner and try to keep up my words .
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I believe that all good role model lead by example, which is why I also try to do something first before telling others. When you lead by example, many people will follow in your footsteps and be inspired with your work like what happened with Gandhi and Nelson Mandela.
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Because I've met my goals, my ideas are important for other persons and I am a lucky person.
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I feel that others view me as a good role model. My teachers, my parents and all other adults I am close to know that I am a disciplined person along with a very sincere person.
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I think I have high degree of admiration from my peers.
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They view me as a exceptional role . I demonstratethat by doing the task first I also do more encourafing than instructions.
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I try to do something first by myself before telling others.
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I believe that all good role models lead by example. Which is why I also try to do something first.
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They view me as a all-around nice person im also a peoples person kind.
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I work hard, I am compassionate and I live by example.
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Others view me as a role model because when I do not get an ideal result for my test, I study more to aim my goal next time.
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My ability to take initiative and maintain motivation even when the going gets tough is one of my greatest attributes.
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I always care for others, I am a reliable person, commited to work, I always share my knowledge with others in a friendly manner.
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I hope people see me as a hard worker and someone that trys to do their best in al areas of life.
Question 19 of 25
What skills and qualifications do you have that will help you for this position?
User-Submitted Answers
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I have over ten years of administrative support experience. In my last position my responsibilities involved answering several phone lines in a professional manner, proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, excellent customer service skills, and as my colleagues will tell you I am a great team player.
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Knowledge of food service worker.
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I am a very organized person. I know how to balance my school and other committments outside of school. Also, I am very determined. Once I have a goal in mind, I complete it no matter what. I have consistently maintanined at least an 80 % average on my report card.
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Team player, commitment, disciplined, good initiative and problem solver.
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What skills do you think you can bring to the advise service.
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I am a true team player, I am committed to the goal, also I am extremely flexible. Lastly I have a few years of administratve experience, computer skills and excetioal customer service skills,
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Team player, Commitment, Flexible, Administrative experience.
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I just graduated from medical assisting, I have a lot of customer service skills and love to be around people.
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I am dedicated to what I do, I am dependable, reliable and get along well with people. My academic qualification is in line with this position.
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I am a responsible and reliable person. I will never leave my job undone. I will not leave my job to another person.
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I am hard working, humble, compassionate, and have a positive attitude.
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I am a nursing student. I am an EMT. I am a self-driven compassionate person who is eager to learn.
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Independent judgement and decision making skill, problem solving and great communication skills and clinical skills.
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Well, I have a good customer service experiences. I enjoy working with other people, I learn fast and I have some computer skills.
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I have the natural ability to inspire or motivate people because I am a good listener and I ve a great sense of empathy. I am also committed to pursuing other peoples needs much more than I care about my own needs.
Question 20 of 25
Why do you enjoy volunteer work?
User-Submitted Answers
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I enjoy interacting with people and helping the community.
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Gives me the opportunity to do something new or different that I would not otherwise get the chance to do.
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It's rewarding, challenging, and educational.
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It gives the opportunity to do something new that I would not otherwise get the chance to do.
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Help assist others in need. A chance to learn new skills.
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I enjoy interacting with people and helping the community.
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I want to give back to my community and help people.
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Giving of myself and seeing the positive impact it has on others make me want to get up every day and try order, and give more.
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I enjoy volunteer work because I enjoy interacting with different people and helping others when they are in need.
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Because to me it is so rewarding to know that you made a difference. Whether it was big or small you where the reason someone was helped and that feeling of love is something no other experience can provide.
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It gives me an opportunity to give back to others. I like the reward and the challenges that accompany volunteer work.
12.
I love helping others, it gives me a feeling of acceptance towards myself when I make others feel better.
13.
I always try to help my family or others in my community. Helping others is part of my personality. I feel good when someone tell thank you.
14.
I enjoy volunteer work because I know it is in some way helping someone else and I just love to help others out.
15.
Because of the joy I derive in being part of a team that makes a positive and sustainable impact in individuals, business and our society at large.
Question 21 of 25
What kind of people do you most enjoy working with?
User-Submitted Answers
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I get along with everyone especially those of different culture where I can learn from them and they cna learn my culture.
2.
Those people who are caring and sharing the work load equally so that one person should not bear the work load.
3.
I enjoy working with kids. The reason being is because ever sinse I had volunteered at my moms work place I had to work with a variety of kids which had helped me alot.
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I love to work with people who are older than me. Working with older people gives me more things to learn about. I can ask questions and get answers I need from people older than me more often than people my age or younger.
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I am quite friendly and can usually get along with most people. I would however enjoy working people with various backgrounds since it would help me to learn different cultures and ideas to which I am receptive.
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People who are considerate, respectful, and have a positive attitude.
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I am a professional and I an very friendly I get along well with most people.
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I am quite friendly and can get along easily with most people.
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People who are considerate, respectful and positive.
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I enjoy working with a broad spectrum of different people with various personalities and backgrounds. I enjoy to work with people I can trust and people that will follow through on commitments. Also, people who treat others fairly.
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Any and all kinds of people, as long as they are nice and cooperative.
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I am open to choices as I have good communication skills and I am very friendly so I know I will gdt alo g wih anyine.
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I enjoy working with everyone, and I tend to get along with all types of people.
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I like working with a wide range of people in society and enjoy working with everyone.
15.
I enjoy working with others as a team cooperatively in order to fulfill any task.
Question 22 of 25
What kinds of rewards do you need to stay motivated?
User-Submitted Answers
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Good word from supervisors.
2.
I like all time to be busy.
3.
None at all. I am a naturally self motivated person. The only reward I can say that is rewarding is knowing that no good deed goes unpaid.
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The kinds of reward that I need to stay motivated are to have communications skills so that I can get to a point without and doubt of a feeling.
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Encouragement, that I am doing well from supervisors.
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I just need positive outcomes.
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I am a self motivated person but good words from supervisor also helps to stay motivated.
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No rewards necessary to stay motivated. I am motivated by giving my employer 100%
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Work is dignity, helping others motivates me to work harder as seeing the positive impact my contribution has on others is very rewarding.
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Hearing good compliments from supervisors and seeing you are improving everyday that keeps me motivated.
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Compliments from my supervisors or patients that I am taking care of will make me stay motivated.
12.
I am usually a very motivated person, I set goals and look at them everyday and work toward achieving them.
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Seeing the happiness my work brings other is the best motivation.
14.
No rewards im motivated by given 100% to my employer.
15.
Making an individual smile and interaction with a diverse group of people.
Question 23 of 25
Why do you want to be a volunteer in our organization?
User-Submitted Answers
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I've always liked helping people out and I think that volunteering is really fun.
2.
I think volunteering gives good experience and chance to work with different people with different backgrounds.
3.
I like to spend my time useful for others and this institution is really helpful for people, I would like to join here as a volunteer.
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Intended to help people.
5.
Be part of the new gallery and build my knowledge in canadian art abd artists.
6.
I would like to volunteer within this organisation as I can enhance my skills further to help with my career prospect. Also your organistation is a well established company and I can help achieve organisation goals.
7.
I always want to help people who are struggling to take up thier life I feel happy if I spent some time for peaple who will reach place in a society by my little help.
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I want to volunteer here because I think volunteering allows for new experiences and help such as meeting new people from different backgrounds.
9.
Unlike many organizations here, abc is an international organization, it means beside other advantages I may get from another organization like enjoy helping people, improve the communication skills, in here I also can enhance my English - which is really important for me.
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Your organization has an international standing I would definetly feel lucky to be a part of it. Secondly I want to get a good experience and exposure to masses and interavt with them so I could learn something important in life.
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I would like to be a volunteer at your organization because I would like to familiar myself better with the healthcare setting. Helping others, both physically and mentally, is a rewarding experience and I would like to use my qualities to support your organization. I have some experience, since I volunteered at a surgery center last summer. I have experience with changing bed sheets, oxygen tanks, helping with inventory, and would like to use this knowledge to help your organization.
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I would like to give something back to the community.
13.
Your company has a high reputation of standard and I would like to be part of it.
14.
I would like to be an integral part of this organization and dedicate my time to help the patients.
15.
Because I like to work in the hospitals and in this organization I would like to help to people and slso get more culture.
Question 24 of 25
What was your most rewarding experience helping someone before?
User-Submitted Answers
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In my last position the Meetings Assistant was behind in meeting her deadline for our Annual Meeting, so I ask if I could be of assistance. I took over the Exhibitors registration and did such a great job management added Exhibitor registration to my job description and I was responsibile for the Exhibitors booth at our annual meeting every year.
2.
Every christmas I participate in the angel tree program, where you pick a child off the tree and get them items they want for christmas as well as items that they need such as clothes, blankets, and shoes. I always pick one boy and one girl and I try to get everything on the list. I love to imagine how happy the children are on christmas morning when they see their wishes came true.
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My most rewarding experince took place during my mission trip to Virgina......
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My rewardingexprince helping someone before was ther was a new student in my school and she felt shy and was not opean to anyone and was very awkward to talk to so after a few days I went uop to her and said how are you doing and told it's ok don't be shy and started to know each other a bit better and she said if I didn't came and talk to her I wouldn't of been happy.
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I was nurse back home on that time I help lot off people with different age & background.
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Every Christmas I am apart of a christmas tree program where I picture a child name from our church Christmas tree and bye the a gift.
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The most rewarding experience was when I helped a newcomer lost elder lady to drop at her home .
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I like helping others realize that people do care about them.
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I was a caregiver for a disabled man who could not talk and it was the most challenging and rewarding job I ever had because it helped me learn so much about myself and how to communicate without words.
10.
I gave a graduation gift to a young man whose mother was going through breast cancer treatment and he sent me a thank you note in which he called my gift "a special blessing" and how he did not know that anyone cared about him so much as to give him a gift. I was moved by his response.
11.
I have a friend who came from Taiwan. Like me, English is her second language. I try to help her as much as I can. I help her to correct her mistakes in her essay. I also teach her about grammar.
12.
When I volunteered with my therapy dog at an elementary school. I would take him to read with selected students who either had reading disabilities or ADHD. After reading with them for the whole school year two of my students made it on the honor roll for the first time. I was so proud of all the hard work they did and so thankful that I was a part of it.
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At work, I helped someone meet their goals, and it felt good.
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The most rewarding experience was when I helped a newcomer lost elder lady to drop at her home.
Question 25 of 25
What volunteer work have you done in the past?
User-Submitted Answers
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This will be my first volunteer job and I'm looking forward to working in different departments and learning how each department works as a team.
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Volunteering at local community services.
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I have done volunteering in big religious celebrations.We cook food and serve to thousands of people.
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Other than my internship at a medical clinic I have helped work with are church in the neighborhood community.
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I have been a volunteer at The Philippine General Hospital and Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center where I gave out a dignified nursing care to all ages.
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I have volunteered for the California Transplant Donor Network, and a professional business organization helping unemployed professionals update skills to return to employment.
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I have volunteered to tutor students in Math and Science at my school. I have raised funds for larger organizations through a school club. Moreover, I have also taken care of the First Aid box at my old school.
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This is will be my first volunteer work, but I would love to know how other stuff works.
9.
I have volunteered with the St Andrews Hospital in their dietetics and Nutrition Department.
10.
This will be my first volunteer job and I look forward to work in different departments and learn how each department works as a team.
11.
I have volunteered through a service organization doing many different service projects and giving back to the community through several local and national projects.
12.
I have volunteered at nursing homes and veteran homes through share a pet. I have also helped package food for stop hunger now. I am currently volunteering at an elementary school in the art classroom.
13.
This is just my second work combined with my volunteering at workforce central.
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This will be my first volunteer job and I am looking forward t experience how teams work in a hospital environment.
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Actually, I have not volunteered in the past before.

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January 7th, 2015

In general terms, volunteering is the practice of people working on behalf of others or a particular cause without payment for their time and services. Volunteering is generally considered an altruistic activity, intended to promote good or improve human quality of life, but people also volunteer for their own skill development, to meet others, to make contacts for possible employment, to have fun, and a variety of other reasons that could be considered self-serving.

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