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Describe how you have reached out to help others andor how you have been involved in your own community Explain why you serve or get involved and what you received in return - that is what you have learned or how it has made you feel Think in broad terms List your most recent activity first Your involvement could include serving in neighborhood school religious social professional or other volunteer groups helping out with community service projects or participating in less formal activities 200 words maximum Freshmen year I started volunteering after I joined the multicultural club at my school I found out what volunteering was through the club I had been in the US for just four years at the time therefore I wasnt familiar with many things Although it was mandatory to volunteer in concession stands I wanted to be a part of it because it was a way for me to giving back Once I put together a talent show and played my role as a judge I helped out in the schools concession stand while I was in my soccer team too Furthermore I volunteered outside of school at the Ethiopian Student Association at the University of Minnesota Feed My Starving Children and Books for Africa I learned the true meaning of volunteering at Feed my Starving because packing food to be sent overseas was heartfelt and something I will always remember I get involved because using my time to do something that helps people in some way is very important to me Volunteering has given me opportunities to learn from different people and gives me chance to learn more about whats going on in my communityWe would like to understand more about you and your reasons for applying to AmeriCorps Take a few minutes and consider those experiences that have made you the person you are today Please share with us one of these experiences and how it
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