"We must use time wisely and forever realize
that the time is always ripe to do right."
My time is very limited. Aren't I too busy to volunteer?
it out: less than 90 seconds a day can make a difference - here's how:
Volunteer at a short once a-year event, and your annual commitment may
average to less than 90 seconds a day.
One-time events include:
ITU conference - be a Minnesota Ambassador (current)
Fund Drive (September)
Holiday food/gifts (Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter)
Read on for more ideas:
OUT ONCE EVERY OTHER MONTH
on a nonprofit board usually requires only monthly or once every other
month meetings (though a two- to three-year commitment is usually required).
your community service team for experienced advice about your situation.
They can help you leverage your time by using the business, managerial
or technical skills you have on a short-term consulting project. Or look
through our using
your skills pages.
MANY AT ONCE - LEVERAGE YOURSELF
your time by helping many nonprofits at once. Help with ADC campaigns
such as our fall fund drive,
food drives, blood
drives, ADC Volunteer Council
WHAT YOU CAN DO, NOT WHAT YOU CAN'T
your details in advance. Try the search engines on the opportunity
finder pages - many opportunities allow you to negotiate time committments.
Match your interests and skills to a need and see where it takes you.
can I add career skills to my resume?"