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Volunteering Ideas. . .

Networking Tips

Another networking tip is to volunteer. Volunteering is a networking opportunity that can benefit both you and others at the same time! When you volunteer for an organization, you provide them a free service while at the same time building valuable professional relationships. Here are some volunteer ideas to get you started.

Meet different people! Volunteering provides you with an opportunity to encounter a diverse group of people, which can only add to your personal network. As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to learn about different environments, industries and walks of life.

Improve your skills! As a volunteer, you are also able to show off your skills and abilities to other professionals and volunteers who may be useful connections for you as you enter into your career. Volunteering can help you to develop new skills that you can add to your resume and your list of on-the-job experience.

Get your life in balance! Volunteering can also provide you with an opportunity for work-life balance. You can choose a volunteer assignment that you find relaxing or energizing.

Join your community! Lastly, as a volunteer you will become a part of your community. As you connect with others and reap the benefits of volunteering, you will be giving back to your community and others. This can be powerful motivation and inspiration for you as you embark on your new career path.

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