Natural disasters, poverty, unforeseen circumstances, war, famine, disease; no matter what causes it, there are a number of organizations that seek to help people who are misplaced, hungry, or in need. These organizations that go out of their way to help others take many names and serve many causes, but they all run on money and volunteer work. And a volunteer wouldn’t be a volunteer if they expected something in return.
But just because you volunteer for an organization or cause doesn’t truly mean you don’t get anything in return. Indeed, Jacob Taccardi
had volunteered for more than one event while he still was in high school. During the summer of 2010, he volunteered for the Herndon Parks and Recreation’s Annual Kid’s Trout Fishing Derby at Sugarland Run. But Herndon Parks and Recreation is not the only volunteer work he’s done. He volunteered his time for the Herndon Town Festival in 2010 and has continued to volunteer his time for Habitat for Humanity from 2010 to 2012.
Jacob volunteered and helped kid’s learn how to bait at the Fishing Derby (Saturday, March 20, 2010) from 6am until noon
believes that helping people is important. He is not afraid of putting in his extra time both in and out of school to help others. He knows that the work he does as a volunteer as well as his full time job as a student will help him lay the solid foundation upon which he will build the rest of his life. His education has given helped him achieve academic success, but the volunteer work that he has performed during this time has helped him develop further social and networking skills.
There is much to be said about someone who works as a volunteer. It shows a love and dedication to the community that not everyone has. It shows responsibility on the part of the person willing to volunteer their time and efforts when they know that they may not always get anything back in return. Jacob Taccardi
has demonstrated he is more than willing to help out within his own community and if volunteer work is something you are interested in, you can also look for various volunteer programs in your community as well.
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