"Volunteer" Blogs & Blog Posts

WeDoAdventure - You Get The Story When You GoWeDoAdventure - You Get The Story When You Go

We moved to Mostar to work with Novi Most International in September 2008. ...

 
AVIF Volunteering in KenyaAVIF Volunteering in Kenya

AVIF is an innovative online charity, assisting with sustainable developmen...

 
Realizing Your WorthRealizing Your Worth

We focus on creating outstanding Employee Volunteer Programs. We will pr...

 


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Volunteering is good for others, and it’s good for the volunteers too. People all have difference reasons for volunteering in their communities and whatever motivates them clearly helps others too. What’s really interesting is that it tur...

We are so proud and thrilled to launch Voyager, our new online immersive learning environment for employee volunteers. Voyager gives corporate citizenship practitioners an easy-to-use digital tool to train and certify employee volunteers in the pract...

Editor’s note: This blog was originally written by our very own Corey Diamond for YourWorkplace. See the original post here. Everywhere you turn, someone is promising to cure your leadership blues. There are airport books, e-books, apps and too...

Anyone who knows me is well aware of the importance I place on volunteering one’s time freely and gladly for the benefit of the wider community. Without volunteers, there would be little help for those down on their luck and living on the stree...

Filed under: Careers, Holiday Shopping, Charity, Labor, Job MarketGetty ImagesBy Mitch LipkaWhen it comes to giving to charity, women are in the driver's seat.A recent survey conducted by Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAC) found that women are more...

Filed under: Personal Finance, Travel, Career Change, Retirement Living, Retirement Plans Getty ImagesPlaying with your grandchildren can help to keep you active in retirement. By Tom Sightings No one admits that they want to be labeled or put into...

Habits emerge without our permission. We live our lives driven by cues, routines, and rewards that have quietly developed over time. Rarely do we step back to ask, “Is this habit what I want?” Or more importantly: “Is this habit ena...