Thinking of becoming a volunteer? See a list of reasons that will help you make up your mind.
5. Volunteers live longer and are healthier. Planning CCDA activities, presenting at workshops and educating the public about career development will give you a sense
4. Volunteering establishes strong relationships. Working with people who feel strongly about social justice creates bonds based in “doing” your values.
3. Volunteering is good for your career. Working with experienced professionals provides mentors, access to new information and job opportunities.
2. Volunteering is good for society. CCDA professional development activities have been effective in raising awareness and influencing public policy to actively make positive changes that directly affect underserved populations.
1. CCDA volunteers are supportive, welcoming, and fun! Besides, people with clipboards look really important.