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Volunteering Essay Examples

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Volunteering: A Spark in My Heart
Throughout my life, I have always loved making other people feel loved and happy. Little did I know after filling out a few pieces of paperwork, taking a safety quiz, and going to the doctor’s office for a checkup, I’d see so many smiling faces and make new friends every Saturday morning. From then on, my weekends always st...
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My Experiences as a Junior Volunteer at Fairview Ridges Hospita
Volunteering at Fairview Ridges Hospital is a wonderful experience. Providing aid to others I deeply care about and my surrounds is something I really enjoy doing. I have always wanted to volunteer at the hospital ever since I found out that about the program in 8th grade; Even though I wanted to apply early to volunteer at...
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My First Volunteer Journal
I volunteer at the Health Trust nonprofit organization and help at the Food Basket where I prepared meals for drivers to deliver to clients’ houses. I packed breads, milks, juices, fruits, hot meals, and frozen meals into a basket that based on the number for each driver, so they could recheck again when they came to get th...
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My Hobby of Volunteering at Care Centers
Hobby Essay Through out my school career, I strive to be a good student. The pressure in school is really harsh. Sleeping around 1 or 2 am is everyday thing, because I’ve been so dedicated to schoolwork. Stress has always been something I can get around, because my hobby makes me a relaxed person and at the same time see o...
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Why I Want to Become a Pharmacist
I was once told that our finest moments are most likely to occur when we are feeling deeply uncomfortable, unhappy, or unfulfilled. For it is only in such moments that we are likely to start searching for better answers. As a first generation Arab-American girl, I was introduced early to the tensions between two very differ...
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Should Service Learning Be Mandatory in Higher Education Institutions?
Service learning in higher education is ``an experiential learning
pedagogy that balances the needs of student and community members
involved, links the service and learning through reflective processes,
and if skillfully managed leads to positive student personal, social or
citizenship, career, and intellectual development...
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How My Mum Has Impacted My Life
Ummah, Mae, Matka, Manman, Mutter, Madre. Say it in Korean, Portuguese,
Polish, Haitian, German, or Spanish, but in the end they all mean the
same thing: Mother. According to Merriam Webster's dictionary, the word
``Mother'' is defined as a female parent and ``parent'' is defined as a
person who brings up and cares for anot...
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Why I Want to Be a Veterinarian
It has been twenty two years of my life, and I never seem to be able to find what I like about myself. What I am sure about though, is that I want to be an animal doctor. A veterinarian, who is able to help the animals around the world, and this, is probably the only thing that I like about myself, the only thing I feel pos...
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What Inspired Me to Become a Doctor
A large crowd of spectators was gathering around the frail, almost
lifeless body of a man who had just collapsed and was lying on a gravel
driveway. I yelled for someone to call for help as I noticed that the
man was barely breathing. The gravity of the situation then hit me. I
began to administer CPR as my brain raced with...
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The Value of Volunteering
I started volunteering as a tutor for Danbury public schools on whim, but it has easily become one of the best choices I’ve made so far. Having three siblings that had to take English as a Second Language until third grade, I’m familiar with the struggle of not being able to speak or read the language that is spoken in scho...
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