Top Volunteer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Volunteer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Volunteer resumes they appeared on. For example, 7.5% of Volunteer resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Volunteer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Volunteer resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Interacted directly with patients and worked alongside the interdisciplinary patient care team on hospital units.
  • Communicate with interdisciplinary team regarding any patient care issues observed during my visits.
  • Investigated how patient care and medicine is applied in a rural international environment.
  • Shadowed physicians and provided comprehensive patient care to at-risk urban populations.
  • Administered patient care and monitoring, including material setup and sterilization.
  • Familiarized and adhered to all facility and patient care guidelines.
  • Learned the importance of motivational skills and individualized patient care.
  • Received 3-day certification training on specialized elderly patient care.
  • Communicated with nurses regularly to facilitate in patient care.
  • Assisted with patient care in the medical/surgical and cardiology units
  • Collaborated with Registered Nurses and Patient Care Technicians.
  • Supported ultrasound technologists with patient care and preparation.
  • Provide quality patient care during every interaction.
  • Interacted with medical professionals regarding patient care.
  • Collaborated with Cardiologist on patient care.
  • Communicated and collaborated with care team members to implement the plan of care to meet individualized and developmental patient care outcomes.
  • Earned over 200 hours assisting with patient care, administration and training materials for the Centralized Patient Account Center (CPAC)
  • Served as a translator, which facilitated patient care and eased patient anxiety by providing explanation in a familiar language.
  • Assisted with active patient care, allowing more time for nurses to attend to families, patients and clinical students.
  • Assisted nurses and doctors with patient care, and helped introduce and orient visiting faculty/ physicians to the various departments.

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2. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Support Executive Director in all administrative aspects of the Program Prepare and communicate Program Information Process and file paperwork General Customer Service
  • Included customer service experience and experience with using an online database to relay information to customers.
  • Supported all departments such as warehouse operations, inventory management, and customer service.
  • Develop long lasting relationships with customers and co-workers through excellent customer service skills.
  • Provided excellent customer service and experience through effective communication with adults and children.
  • Provided customer service, processed accurate cash transactions, maintained cleanliness and organization
  • Display business workplace integrity while balancing employee and manager customer service.
  • Key Duties- Provide customer service, assisted approximately 1200 customers monthly.
  • Provided courteous customer service and contributed to a safe secure environment.
  • Provided excellent verbal communication skills and demonstrating commitment to customer service.
  • Provided positive customer service to enhance hospital experiences for 10-12 patients/day.
  • Provided customer service to customers on inquire about store products/events.
  • Provided courteous, professional customer service regarding scheduling and programming.
  • Maintained excellent customer service with a friendly and professional demeanor.
  • Collected donations from community members and provided quality customer service.
  • Interact with patients and visitors providing excellent customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service, ensuring satisfaction of customers.
  • Interviewed potential adopting families Answered questions while providing customer service
  • Maintain quality customer service while taking and delivering orders.
  • Provided excellent customer service for parents and/or guardians.

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3. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Gained deeper understanding of issues affecting issues facing low income populations Encouraged positive social skills Ensured safe environment Broadened social horizons
  • Coordinated and supervised various activities for the residents, provided a comfortable, safe environment for elderly citizens and visitors
  • Interacted with children in a learning environment Coordinated community outreach with director Worked with families to ensure a safe environment
  • Provide a safe environment for participants, supervise participant activities, and assist participants in activities
  • Monitored behavior, and interactions between participants to ensure a safe environment.
  • Maintain a safe environment for children to actively participate in various activities.
  • Practiced using firearm in a safe environment with appropriate supervision.
  • Maintained a safe environment for members both physically and emotionally.
  • Policed housing neighborhood playgrounds and ensured a safe environment.
  • Recognized possible safety hazards and maintained a safe environment
  • Maintained a sanitary and safe environment for patients
  • Assist physical therapists, speech pathologists, or occupational therapists when needed; create a safe environment for therapy; transfer patients
  • Provided support for both patients and their families by creating a safe environment in which they could express their feelings.
  • Assisted patients and guests during recreational activities in the Child Life Zone while helping maintain a relaxing and safe environment.
  • Provided a positive, fun, and energetic experience to all in-coming students, ensuring a hospitable and safe environment.
  • Interact with children of different ages, play with children, prepare meals, maintain a safe environment, and housekeeping
  • Maintain a clean, orderly, and safe environment for people served by following safety and infection control procedures.
  • Provide a safe environment for students and be responsible for the security of assigned equipment, materials and classroom.
  • Worked on the registration team and accommodated families and their children in a healthy, fun, and safe environment
  • Provide an encouraging, friendly, and safe environment to riders while helping them with exercises and riding tasks.

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4. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Developed and facilitated small group sensory-based interventions with children age three to five enrolled in a community-based child care program
  • Job-shadowed Child Care Counselor and observed reinforcement of house rules and daily note-taking procedures.
  • Assisted with basic child care responsibilities including meal preparation and facility.
  • Provide volunteer child care for parents with children in the hematology-oncology department
  • Certify and train child caretakers for emergency respiratory care.
  • Volunteered to assist in child care for underprivileged youth
  • Practiced exceptional child care responsibilities.
  • Oversee the daily scheduling and preparations needed to provide child care to 40-60 children aged 6 months to 5 years old.
  • Summer 2003 Child Care Durham, NC Child Care Provider Responsible for ensuring the well-being of two elementary aged children.
  • Assisted with Foundation with Slum Child Care Children and lived with a local family and successfully adapted to cultural changes.
  • Delivered in- home child care for infants and children up to 9year old, which included basic care and teaching.
  • Assist patients connect to resources they may need such as employment, housing, public benefits, foods child care.
  • Helped organize billing binders, sat in morning discussions with domestic violence victims, and helped in child care center.
  • Volunteer at Laura's House, a shelter for woman and children, assisting in the child care department.
  • Provided assistance at the After School Child Care located at the Warren Community School for the summer of 2015.
  • Trusted to provide reliable and creative child care to over thirty children ages 6 months to 5 years.
  • Provide quality child care services by creating and implementing developmental activities under the supervision of the lead teacher.
  • Observed and assisted with the interviews of family members and other child care professionals to assess child safety.
  • Schedule and train employees and volunteers on procedures and tasks associated with their role as child care staff.
  • Assist in the Special Friends program, providing child care and support for children with special needs.

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5. Community Outreach

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Here's how Community Outreach is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Participated in organizing and monitoring community outreach within the inner city of Philadelphia for health screenings for women and children.
  • Promoted the organization's services and programs by conducting literature tables and informational booths at community outreach and educational projects.
  • Participate in community outreach events in order to educate the Hispanic community about the services offered by the organization.
  • Provided clerical and administrative support such as filing, data entry (electronic medical record) Leadership and Community Outreach
  • Coordinated community outreach programs to provide customer assistance and support for families following a fire or other emergency.
  • Facilitated community educational seminars on legal issues facing the Latino Community and participated in community outreach events.
  • Attended and actively participated in community outreach initiatives as well as formal events and social functions.
  • Participate in community outreach efforts for immigration reform by conducting community needs assessment and recruiting volunteers.
  • Engaged in volunteer/philanthropic activities for a number of non-profit/charitable organizations involving office administration and community outreach.
  • Collected data vital to future community outreach plans and facilitated strong communication between community and organization.
  • Participated in community outreach including education presentations to juvenile age youth at juvenile probation department.
  • Served as a patient liaison Tabled at community events and assisted in community outreach efforts
  • Coordinate and execute multiple special events designed to promote community outreach and strengthen ministry.
  • Provide social service referrals and perform community outreach and education activities to for homeless.
  • Partnered with other military spouses to develop and implement community outreach programs and activities.
  • Participated in community outreach projects in 6 cities which included landscaping and packaging pamphlets
  • Created organization database, community outreach calendar and designed a donor stewardship model.
  • Organize and coordinate annual events including community outreaches, sports competitions workshops.
  • Volunteered with Wasatch Community Gardens doing organic garden maintenance and community outreach.
  • Participated in the coordination of community outreach and campaigned door-to-door throughout district.

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6. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Answered phone calls/inquiries concerning available programs and services *Maintained confidential written records of client interactions *Assisted with intervention and prevention services
  • Shadowed various radiologists, observed radiologists during different procedures, and facilitated responses to telephone calls
  • Marketed Wellness center activities through phone calls to targeted participants and families
  • Handle phone calls and advice for clients on the topics of landlord/tenant law, debt and debt collection, and family law
  • Provided assistance to staff and patients in ER, also organized paperwork and took phone calls for Human Resource Management team.
  • Experience in several areas such as front office secretary, answering and transferring phone calls, copying and faxing, information.
  • Performed clerical duties such as: organizing papers and files, making copies, faxing, answering phone calls, etc.
  • Supported clinical staff with administrative duties, completed intake forms, scheduled appointments, and returning phone calls to consumers.
  • Answer phone calls Document Radio listeners' personal information when they pledge to donate Record Payment information (credit card)
  • Translated, input data, sent mail, received phone calls and answered questions, helped plan special church events.
  • Performed standard administrative duties, including making phone calls, filing paperwork, and organizing over 200 patient files.
  • Helped manage window to give tickets and answer phone calls, Help feed and take care of the animals.
  • Interviewed clients, write their case down and make phone calls to lawyers associated with CCLP for legal advice.
  • Answer phone calls when the department secretary not available (including helping out with Mandarin speaking phone call).
  • Assist church staff with assembling bulletin pamphlets, booklets, answering and directing phone calls to appropriate church staff.
  • Administered duties such as cataloged documents, operating office equipment, and conducting reminder messages and answering phone calls.
  • Answered and transferred phone calls in a quick and timely manner to ensure patients got the help they needed.
  • Provided positive and respectful responses regarding eating disorders via phone calls, emails, forums and social media.
  • Developed relationships with patients, running errands for staff, answered phone calls and set appointments for patients.
  • Organize and maintain confidential patient files, attend to phone calls and complete phone screenings for prospective patients.

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7. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Provided guest-facing services & manual labor during special events contributing written evaluations to forward on-site objectives.
  • Helped coordinate projects during special events Basic research, data entry, general office cleaning/organizing
  • Developed and implemented community/public relations for various non-profit organizations, including special events.
  • Promoted disaster preparedness by participating in special events which educated attendees regarding services.
  • Corresponded with several vendors to ensure their participation in special events.
  • Launched special events and organized recreational activities for patients.
  • Coordinated special events for the institution and local community.
  • Facilitated various activities related to holidays and special events
  • Organized Leadership conference, organized all special events.
  • Assisted in decorating for special events
  • Participated in many activities to include children's church, children's choir, planning special events and the dance team.
  • Worked with children in the office who were undergoing treatment and assisted with special events such as an annual golf fundraiser.
  • Organized transportation, invitations and lists for special events and parties Interpreted (Spanish-English) for international guests Accompanied guests to events
  • Helped with everyday activities like paperwork and meal service as well as with especial events, recreational activities, and trips.
  • Managed and organized softball, broom-ball and flag football teams, tournament teams, including special events for 12 years.
  • Maintain a database for teachers and kids, ensure appropriate requirements and volunteers necessary for special events and class parties.
  • Aided in the area of special events including health fairs, fundraisers, and clinical projects three times per month.
  • Assisted the library in hosting special events by participating in set-up and clean-up and helping the patrons during the event.
  • Implement activities and special events that meet the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive needs of children.
  • Assisted with facility tours, special events, leading classes, scheduling work and other clerical duties as needed.

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8. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Volunteered once a week tutoring elementary school children in mathematics at Hamilton Elementary school in Saint Louis
  • Volunteered in local Providence elementary school classroom to provide one-on-one instruction to first grade students in mathematics
  • Provided tutorial aid to juveniles focusing on academic disciplines such as mathematics and English.
  • Tutored elementary school students for their homework, including mathematics and reading.
  • Supervised, mentored, and tutored elementary students with reading and mathematics.
  • Provided positive impact on increasing student achievement in Language Arts and Mathematics.
  • Tutored local disadvantaged children in English and Mathematics; led some enrichment activities
  • Devised and implemented lesson plans in mathematics based on individual student needs.
  • Mentored and tutored elementary school children, to spark interest in mathematics
  • Tutor of inner- city elementary school-aged underprivileged students in mathematics and science
  • Helped elementary school students with reading and mathematics homework after school.
  • Tutored various levels of students in basic mathematics and dosage calculations
  • Motivated students to gain interest in mathematics through fascinating demonstrations.
  • Instructed music teachers about the fundamental relationship between mathematics and music
  • Tutored students in mathematics and prepped them for standardized examinations.
  • Worked as a volunteer teacher to teach underprivileged children mathematics.
  • Provide individualized instruction in reading, mathematics and computer literacy.
  • Tutored and mentored for female juvenile delinquents in mathematics.
  • Tutor kindergarten children in basic mathematics and computer skills.
  • Provided tutoring sessions and instructed classes specializing in mathematics.

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9. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Used automated system to perform data entry of financial and deployment data while maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
  • Performed set-up, data entry and validation of database for the organizations financial contributions.
  • Complete extensive data entry regarding all daily efforts to ensure accuracy and effective organization.
  • Verified that paperwork was organized and completed correctly to minimize data entry time.
  • Performed high-volume data entry, compiling information on constituents, neighborhoods and demographics.
  • Performed data entry, inventory, brochure preparation and general office help
  • Performed data entry duties required for Holocaust Survivors Claims Conference periodic submissions
  • Performed intensive data entry in DonorQuest database program after every event.
  • Performed administrative assistant duties including mass mailings and data entry
  • Perform data entry of adoptions and microchip registrations.
  • Operated computer software and computer data entry.
  • Perform data entry and general clerical activities.
  • Conducted data entry and managed donor information.
  • Performed Disaster Services Human Resource data entry.
  • Organized library property and performed data entry.
  • Performed data entry daily and accurately.
  • Assisted in distribution of checks, data entry, and filing, and checked certification for 10 participants daily using WICSIS.
  • Help prepare and pack food; keep work area clean and sanitary; data entry; and work in a team.
  • Worked fundraisers at the Get Motivated Seminars by taking orders, data entry, crowd control, and set up/tear down.
  • Volunteer work includes duties such as identification of leaf hoppers, data entry, organizing collections, cleaning and separating species

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10. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Created a PowerPoint presentation highlighting the universities programs and opportunities for international study.
  • Collaborated with professional faculty and staff to create PowerPoint presentations and informational materials.
  • Co-facilitated adolescent groups at a healthy relationship conference * Prepared PowerPoint presentation for group
  • Assisted in preparing and creating PowerPoint presentations for scientific conferences and funding presentations.
  • Assisted with analyzing media headlines for county presentations - Created PowerPoints for county presentations
  • Collected data for upcoming events, prepared and presented PowerPoint presentations.
  • Design PowerPoint presentations for monthly divisional meeting with top-level executives.
  • Create informational videos and advertisements in PowerPoint and movie maker.
  • Presented analysis results to colleagues using PowerPoint and Tableau.
  • Researched educational materials from different sources and prepared PowerPoints.
  • Entered information into database and made PowerPoint presentations.
  • Created PowerPoint presentation for state-wide environmental association website.
  • Conduct PowerPoint presentations to assist workshops and seminars.
  • Created PowerPoint presentation, data cleaning and documentation.
  • Helped create PowerPoint presentation on Reimbursable Meal Components.
  • Create PowerPoint presentation for traveling educational lectures.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations introducing new software tools.
  • Created a PowerPoint presentation for Foster Coordinator.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations regarding health and safety.
  • Prepared conference settings and made PowerPoint presentations.

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11. Community Service

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Here's how Community Service is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Participate in community service activities and attend cultural events with a resident who has been diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Volunteered at a community service organization that provided job training and re-entry programs for men and women exiting correctional facilities
  • Provided one-on-one tutoring/mentoring to secondary school students for the WilmerHale Community Service Program including homework assistance in many academic subjects
  • Acquired community service center information on each nonprofit and made executive decisions on locations for volunteering.
  • Participated in activities to support educational goals, parent involvement, and community service.
  • Participated in job-readiness and community service program, focusing on teamwork and problem solving skills
  • Provided information for individuals to public or private agencies or community services for assistance.
  • Assisted non-governmental project leaders in daily community service in the city of Sarajevo.
  • Organized and coordinated monthly liaison meetings with community service providers and community members.
  • Scheduled and coordinated community service events for the IBE organization to participate in.
  • Participated with local community service organization to promote member and community involvement.
  • Donated money and completed community service to townships and struggling local businesses.
  • Help clients obtain assistance with community service organizations or a referred attorney.
  • Identified and coordinated provider and community services, providing transportation as needed.
  • Accumulated over 100 hours of community service with organizations listed above.
  • Participate in meetings for personal and professional development, and community service
  • Participate in various community service/restoration projects through this post-disaster relief organization.
  • Participated in community service projects with diverse individuals in a team.
  • Participated in community service events to promote fire and safety awareness
  • Participated annually in one of the largest student-run community service projects

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12. Girls

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Here's how Girls is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Assisted Coordinator in facilitating small group activities by helping girls during independent exercises as needed.
  • Experience Raised education tuition for underprivileged African girls and created relationships with schools in Africa
  • Worked with inner city girls to provide positive information regarding positive body images.
  • Mentored young girls and provided tools for career development and humanitarian activities.
  • Facilitate art creativity group with adolescent girls in residential setting.
  • Mediated conflicts between girls and provided emotional and academic support
  • Managed and facilitated Southern Girls Conference for sixty-five girls.
  • Developed close bonds with girls and strengthened multicultural competencies.
  • Work with teenage girls in residential rehabilitation program.
  • Supported by actively parents and community businesses, Sparks is able to provide many additional programs for our boys and girls.
  • Researched the role, structure and function of and the population served by the Boys and Girls Club and summarized findings.
  • Volunteered with inner city young girls enrolled in middle school to provide mentoring and exercise to help improve self-esteem and grades.
  • Assisted younger underprivileged children participating in the Boys and Girls Club of West Alabama by supervising activities, mentoring and tutoring.
  • Provided support and motivation to help the girls get their life back on track or at least in a better position.
  • Listened to the girls talk about more personal problems they were going through and try to help as much as possible.
  • Instructed kindergartners and first-graders during arts and crafts as well as teaching the girls to become strong independent young ladies.
  • Worked with Ghana Child's Rights and Justice to prevent child abuse and encourage continued school instruction for teenage girls.
  • Served in leadership capacity for church primary organization including weekly instruction, regular activities for girls and boys, etc.
  • Tutored girls between the ages of 13 and 18 with homework which consisted of math, reading and science.
  • Utilized various treatment models to address abuse and neglect and foster healthy relationships between teen girls in foster care.

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13. Front Desk

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Maintain a sanitary environment * Assist Veterinary Technicians and Veterinarian * Provide customer service to clients at front desk
  • General office work, filing, mail delivery, communications, code enforcement, front desk help, customer service, reception
  • Answered incoming phone calls and forwarded them to the appropriate staff, prepared mailings, and assisted with front desk support.
  • Perform front desk duties including greeting visitors, filing, copying, data entry, delivering/sorting mail, and answering phones.
  • Assist the front desk in the Surgical Waiting area by answering questions, transferring phone calls between family members and physician/nurses.
  • Worked front desk information assistance for guests, aided in meeting each patron s needs to navigate the Hospital campus successfully.
  • Assisted at front desk, answered phones, signed-in club members, organized paperwork, and set up for meetings.
  • Front desk receptionist greeting clients and guests, scheduled appointments and office meetings; filtered and directed all incoming calls.
  • Worked as the receptionist at the front desk and spoke to patients about getting tested as well as scheduled appointments.
  • Volunteered over 200 hours as a greeter, secretary, wheelchair transportation, front desk, receptionist in case management office
  • Greet visiting guest and direct them to their destination; fill in for assistants when needed, answer front desk phone
  • Front desk Receptionist - Serve visitors by greeting and directing them appropriately, answer incoming phone calls, and file records
  • Collaborated with members of the local community through customer service by operating a front desk and non-monetary check out.
  • Front desk receptionist, customer service, phone calls, organizing, filing, clothing bank, basic computer functions
  • Appointed additional task as front desk secretary, welcoming and providing service to visitors, patients, and staff.
  • Breast Center Front Desk Operator - Responsible for assisting patients, answering phone call, and performing clerical duties.
  • Front Desk: Directed incoming calls, greeted visitors, printed list of scheduled surgeries for that day.
  • Trained on front desk work which included greeting, general refuge information, and logging of visitor data.
  • Front desk work consisting of answering phones, Greeting parents, filing paperwork as well as organizing files.
  • Provided reception support by giving general information to patients and visitors over the phone and at front desk.

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14. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Co-facilitated groups working with children and adolescents with special needs and developmental disabilities.
  • Engaged children with special needs in entertaining and physically rewarding swimming activities weekly.
  • Supervised special needs students while they engaged in physical extracurricular activities.
  • Provided athletic instruction for children with special needs in a one-on-one environment
  • Organized children with special needs in developing occupational and social skills
  • Tutored elementary-aged children with special needs in after school program.
  • Assisted special needs individuals ages 3-18 during equine-aided therapies
  • Motivated and educated special needs children through sports
  • Volunteered with special needs children- elementary aged.
  • Volunteered at a non-for-profit organization in Cordoba Argentina with less fortunate children and family, as well as special needs children.
  • Engaged in one-on-one and group learning activities with special needs children from the St. Louis Jewish community for two hours each weekend
  • Helped found and develop this pilot program which instructs martial arts through a program designed for those with special needs.
  • Coordinated with other Volunteers and host country nationals to increase standard of care in communities of people with special needs.
  • Spend quality time with special needs children in hopes of lessening stress levels and helping them fit in with society.
  • Volunteered as a one-on-one aide to teach children with special needs to play baseball and emphasize the importance of camaraderie.
  • Experience De Facto Foster Parent - Provided safe, loving, and therapeutic care of child with special needs.
  • Motivated and supported children with special needs participate in water sports and activities for a day at the beach.
  • Assisted special needs patients with daily tasks as well as helped organize game nights for the members and volunteers.
  • Volunteered in a social, active environment supporting children and young adults with social and physical special needs.
  • Assisted in developing, organizing, and implementing an educational and fun day for children with special needs.

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15. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Participated in weekly socials and recreational activities with individuals with developmental disabilities including bowling, movie nights, and Friday night socials
  • Worked with senior residents by transporting them to and from inner facility appointments and aided in execution of recreational activities
  • Supervised 60+ patients during well-received recreational activities, providing a warm, engaging environment that lifted morale.
  • Introduced international exchange student to American culture and coordinated recreational activities in the span of one semester.
  • Delivered recreational activities to patients according to appropriate level of activity based on patients' condition.
  • Supervised daily recreational activities for inmate population and assisted with case management services.
  • Assisted child specialist with developing recreational activities for admitted children recovering from procedures.
  • Motivated community residents with various disabilities to participate in the recreational activities created.
  • Visited adult inpatients to provide companionship and information on various available recreational activities.
  • Provided supervision to individuals with disabilities during recreational activities and overnight trips.
  • Helped support children in completing homework and supporting them in recreational activities.
  • Participated with daily recreational activities to include Bingo and Square Dancing.
  • Completed Dementia evaluations Provided assisted in recreational activities Salary Requirements: Negotiable
  • Help on recreational activities for mothers and children in a transitional facility
  • Assisted supervisors in organizing and setting up recreational activities for children.
  • Assisted autistic children in recreational activities and functions of daily living
  • Organized, monitored and participated in recreational activities with residents.
  • Assist participants during physical and recreational activities including field trips.
  • Assisted preschool staff in developing new educational and recreational activities.
  • Transported residents to and from various recreational activities and therapies

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16. Physical Therapy

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Prepared patients for physical therapy treatment by greeting, comforting and preparing treatment room for patient by following prescribed procedures and protocols
  • Volunteer in the physical therapy and occupational therapy departments to assist with rehabilitative exercises and the transport of patients.
  • Assisted patients with rehabilitation exercises, escorted patients, maintained sanitary conditions of physical therapy and occupational therapy gyms
  • Observed out patient physical therapy performed by licensed physical therapist and helped moved equipment around during therapy.
  • Provided physical therapy screening services to athletes, educated athletes on the importance of physical activity and stretches
  • Provided weekly physical therapy treatment to patients with neurological disorders, amputations, and other disabilities.
  • Managed transport of patients for physical therapy treatments, assisted in rehabilitation of elderly patients
  • Facilitated and designed physical therapy classes and other group activities for elderly female residents.
  • Assisted in physical therapy pool and worked closely with other physical therapists assisting with rehabilitation
  • Observed physical therapy treatments and procedures in patients with various orthopedic and neurological conditions.
  • Assisted physicians in implementing physical therapy sessions for patients following surgeries or sickness.
  • Provided skilled physical therapy services and interventions per the requirement and physician orders.
  • Supervised other physical therapy assistants to ensure smooth operation of the rehabilitation room.
  • Served in physical therapy occupational therapy, speech therapy and group therapy sessions.
  • Volunteered in the physical therapy department and got to observe some occupational therapy.
  • Maintained, restocked, and sterilized necessary medical equipment for physical therapy sessions.
  • Acquired hands-on experience of physical therapy by assisting patients in rehabilitative exercises.
  • Observed and learned various therapy techniques for patients undergoing outpatient physical therapy.
  • Worked in the physical therapy department tending to inpatient and outpatient individuals.
  • Observed Physical therapy, cleaned toys in anew outpatient environment with children

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17. Bible

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Here's how Bible is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Performed unarmed security, facilitate bible study for children, and maintained property building management.
  • Volunteer religious work for above listed organization sharing encouraging information from the Bible
  • Summer vacation bible school with underprivileged youth in Pastoral and Linda Vista
  • Provided administrative assistance to the Coordinator of Vacation Bible School.
  • Prepared meals for approximately 80 Vacation Bible School students
  • Involved in weekly dinner and bible study with women that we have met either on the streets or in a club.
  • Work with younger children, lead a group of kids during vacation bible school, served at My Brother's Table,
  • Volunteer 3/1/08 - Present Ambassadors for Christ Church Video Service Set up/break down tables for bible study Overnight Security Food Pantry Assistant
  • Traveled to Kenya for two weeks to provide supplies, enrichment activities and bible study lessons for children living in an Orphanage
  • Vacation Bible School Volunteer: lesson development, assisted in providing a spiritual learning environment, and organized snack/nap time activities.
  • Increased the number of participants at a school wide weekly bible study that would bring thousands of students in attendance.
  • Teach lessons or history about the Bible, play different sports and games with the kids, and feeding them.
  • Interacted with the homeless women of the shelter as well read scripture from the bible and discussed the Christian faith.
  • Learned to become a Christ follower, as well as a leader of 50 children in different bible study groups.
  • Organized a Vacation Bible School for locals by managing allocations, supplies, activities, and daily debriefing sessions.
  • Assist Bible school teachers with assignments and help to repair, update, and improve the church's appearance.
  • Helped as an assistant for Bible classes in which I helped further explain to kids what the text meant.
  • Gathered a group of 20 volunteers from different churches and bibles studies to come out to home and serve.
  • Conversed with underprivileged children -Read Bible stories to children ages 3-14 -Introduced and participated in new activities for play time
  • Coordinate Sunday school teachers, Wednesday night activities and group lesson, Vacation Bible school Director and organizer.

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18. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Shadowed and assisted occupational therapist and assistants for several days at the facility helping elderly patients with their daily activities.
  • Planned daily activities in order to promote rehabilitation and mental development for over 50 residents.
  • Provided meaningful and therapeutic daily activities for seniors in group and individual settings
  • Monitor daily activities while following rules and regulations and safety procedures.
  • Accompanied mentally retarded patients and provided companionship in their daily activities.
  • Socialized and interacted with visitors while assisting them in their daily activities
  • Organized daily activities for residents to maintain routine schedules and participation.
  • Monitored patients and encouraged patients to participate in essential daily activities.
  • Conducted daily activities and Transported individuals to scheduled doctor appointments.
  • Assisted patients with performing daily activities; Assisted visiting family members
  • Assist patients with daily activities Initiate friendly conversation with patients
  • Provide patient companionship daily activities of daily living.
  • Assisted with patient care and participated in daily activities
  • Help organize and participate on daily activities and events
  • Facilitated senior participation in daily activities and events.
  • Served meals and coordinate daily activities for senior citizens
  • Consorted individuals in their daily activities.
  • Assisted patients/residents in their daily activities.
  • Accompanied patients during daily activities.
  • Communicated openly about daily activities.

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19. Sort

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Here's how Sort is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Automated file management including scanning documents into database Prepared transcripts to be mailed to assorted offices
  • Inspect donated food for consumption eligibility then sort into designated food category bins.
  • Sorted documents and prepared information for inputting into designated data bases.
  • Provided the necessary quality control inspections of sorted goods to ensure freshness
  • Monitored Phones, Sorted and delivered mail, operated office equipment
  • Sorted toy donations into designated categories.
  • Assist library staff in sorting, filing, and organizing library materials for Adult Services and Young People's Library Departments.
  • Organized and sorted donations, packaged and prepared food trays for distribution, maintained cleanliness and sanitation of all food areas.
  • Performed clerical activities such as answering phones, sorting mail, filing, and directing patients' needs via data entry.
  • Assisted with resort operations, entertainment programs, and special projects to ensure that each family had a perfect guest experience.
  • Sorted and distributed clothing, stocked products, and helped clean the kitchen to prepare for meals for those in need.
  • Utilized computers with excel databases, emails, sorting cases files and schedules to work with SSA & CPS units.
  • Assorted the different types of fruit and vegetables and made a care package for the homeless/ the people in need.
  • Fed animals, cleaned the store, and sorted out and prepared the different reptile and amphibian foods for sale.
  • General administrative and clerical support, prepares letters and documents, receive and sort mail and deliveries, schedule appointments.
  • Followed a budget and worked with a team to purchase, sort and deliver supplies for families in need.
  • Job Duties: Perform tasks as needed including picking up donations, unloading trucks, crating and sorting food.
  • Helped with answering phone calls, sorting out paper work, scheduling appointments, and also answering general questions.
  • Sorted can goods, and food, making boxes to give out to people and families with no food.
  • Inspected, assembled, sorted, loaded, unloaded, and wrapped instrument trays and other items for sterilization.

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20. Habitat

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Here's how Habitat is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Completed miscellaneous tasks for the preparation and opening of a Habitat for Humanity Restore Center and continued to volunteer after opening.
  • Worked extensively with Habitat Macedonia, providing the organization with professional, story-telling photographs depicting families of need.
  • Volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, creating business skill center, general education and water and sanitary education.
  • Participated in habitat restoration, including trail maintenance, tree planting, and animal rehabilitation.
  • Helped restore and build furniture for Habitat for Humanity/Helped launch a Habitat for Humanity Restore.
  • Perform various duties to care and maintain animals that ranged from snake/dog/cat/rabbit/fish ~ Feed/Bathe/Sterilize Habitats
  • Served as manual labor moving furnishings from the Habitat for Humanity facility to another location
  • Contributed to the writing of a biological assessment on a bat habitat restoration project
  • Volunteered at the local Habitat for Humanity Restore shop by processing incoming furniture donations
  • Volunteered in the Habitat for Humanity Re-Sale center assisting customers and store managers.
  • Worked with Habitat for Humanity to rebuild and refurbish houses damaged in hurricane Katrina
  • Traveled to Miami for a one-week service opportunity with Habitat for Humanity.
  • Identified and noted potential predators and other wildlife presence within ferret habitat.
  • Restored native riparian habitat along Strawberry Creek in five-month volunteer program.
  • Assisted with wetland and freshwater quality assessments through habitat and amphibian surveys
  • Produced meaningful relationships with Habitat for Humanity staff and community members.
  • Directed visitors through nature park, maintained habitats, observed medication dispensation
  • Volunteered at several Habitat sites, including Re-Store and housing project
  • Assisted in returning formerly injured wildlife species to natural habitats.
  • Experience Assisted with community events hosted by Habitat for Humanity

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21. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Performed research on past international adoption medical records to find discrepancies and provide accurate information to future adoptive families
  • Organized and updated medical records * Directed and escorted patients to various hospital departments for patient care
  • General administrative office duties, organized and updated medical records, and occasional patient interaction.
  • Completed general clerical tasks including assisting clients with adoption paperwork and maintaining medical records.
  • Reviewed medical records and wrote appellate briefs for clients appealing disability denials.
  • Assisted medical records personnel with scanning materials in order to determine classification.
  • Volunteered in Referrals and Medical Records; Performed General Medical Office Tasks
  • Maintained and filed medical information into patient's inpatient medical records.
  • Located, and pulled medical records for appointments checked for completeness/accuracy.
  • Volunteer dispatching Transport of specimens Medical records assistance Vitals and EKG
  • Relayed inquiries to appropriate personnel regarding medical records information.
  • File and organize paperwork into electronic medical records system.
  • Performed general office duties in Medical Records Department.
  • Organized and administratively supported the Medical Records Department.
  • Established and maintained custody of outpatient medical records.
  • Volunteer at Legacy Community Health - Medical Records Department
  • Organized medicine distribution and kept participant medical records.
  • Retrieved and filed medical records for supporting departments.
  • Maintain medical records in accordance with company policy.
  • Assisted with filing medical records and filling prescriptions

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22. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Contributed in preparing individual student activity, lesson plans under the supervising teacher.
  • Prepare lesson plans and other activities for individualized, one-on-one weekly ESL tutoring session
  • Assisted with individualized computer testing and recording of information on lesson plans.
  • Designed lesson plans, personalized language assessments, and interpreted when necessary.
  • Developed lesson plans and games customized for specific therapeutic riding clients.
  • Maintained newsletter, created lesson plans/ PowerPoint presentations and community organization/ outreach
  • Developed lesson plans and activities designed to engage students in service opportunities
  • Developed individual lesson plans for children that needed additional educational attention.
  • Provide instruction as requested, including creating implementing new lesson plans
  • Developed age-appropriate thematic lesson plans to aid child learning.
  • Developed daily lesson plans for intermediate to advanced levels.
  • Organized and executed lesson plans centered on fostering computer skills
  • Organized lesson plans and activities for approximately 5 youth members
  • Organized & prepared materials for upcoming lesson plans
  • Created and implemented age-appropriate daily lesson plans.
  • Coordinated and executed art education lesson plans
  • Worked in conjunction with supervising and graduate clinicians to lead group therapy sessions based on the center's weekly lesson plans.
  • Created and taught lesson plans on the English language to 2nd grade students to enhance reading, writing and verbal skills.
  • Prepare breakfast and lunch, helped create lesson plans, decorated classroom, made sure all kids were safe while playing outside
  • Started volunteer work a week before the summer classes began to aid the coordinator in setting up the summer lesson plans.

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23. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Monitored vital signs while animals were under anesthesia, and monitored animals for adverse side effects during recovery.
  • Assessed vital signs for elderly community members and provided education and counseling for healthy lifestyle practices.
  • Care provided included encouraging hydration and electrolytes, and assessing and monitoring vital signs.
  • Perform patient intake procedures, including recording medical history and measuring vital signs.
  • Corresponded with dietary department to discuss patient nutritional concerns; performed vital signs.
  • Completed approximately 10 hours of volunteer work performing vital signs to children
  • Performed basic physical exams and assessments including patient vital signs.
  • Communicated vital signs from ambulance to receiving hospital.
  • Monitored vital signs, assisted doctor with examinations.
  • Volunteered with patient registration and recording vital signs
  • Do vital signs; administer medications; do EKG clerical work (filing, scanning, faxing) Scheduling patient's appointments
  • Help patients with the use of bedpan, serve ice to patients and assist with vital signs and ambulation of patients.
  • Direct patient care on the newborn nursery unit- monitoring vital signs, bathing, feeding, changing diapers of newborn infants.
  • Perform EKG's, answering phones, filling and pulling medical charts, Vital signs from the patients, and office cleaning
  • Measure patient's range-of-joint motion, body parts, and vital signs to determine effects of treatments or for patient evaluations.
  • Monitored patient's physiological responses to therapy, such as vital signs, arterial blood gases, and blood chemistry changes.
  • Assisted nurses by administering vital signs to patients and tracked the weight of patients Created activities for patients in the waiting room
  • Demonstrated strong clinical skills while assessing vital signs, performing glucose checks, medication distribution, and providing patient care.
  • Learned to conduct patient interviews, diagnose and treat certain common diseases, take vital signs, and present cases.
  • Assisted with rooming patients, vital signs, discharge, scheduling follow-up appointments, and patient education Work and Volunteer Experience

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24. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Performed emergency procedures, including opening and maintaining an airway, administering CPR, and use of automated external defibrillators.
  • Completed Ohio Volunteer Firefighter School certification and CPR training.
  • Possess current Certifications for CPR & Medical Certifications.
  • Cleaned trucks -First Aid/CPR Certification -Training Exercises
  • Educated children and their parents on hand hygiene, CPR, lead in children, blood pressure checks, and skin safety
  • Completed required courses with AACS in orientation, CPR, Mental Abuse, CLASS, and a recent Pediatric mental abuse.
  • Perform life saving techniques such as CPR, clearing airways, administering epinephrine, and other medications cleared by medical control.
  • Train staff for a variety of emergency response teams, including certification for CPR and first aid, lifeguards and babysitters.
  • Educated community in various health and safety topics and issues such as First Aid/CPR/AED, Pet First Aid/CPR, water safety
  • Certified in First Aid, CPR, AED, Haz-Mat, Carbon Monoxide Monitoring, and State Certified Firefighter.
  • Volunteered to assist in patient transport throughout the hospital, CPR, and stocking of supplies in the ER.
  • Helped people in need, rendered first aid to injured individuals and taught First Aid and CPR techniques.
  • Performed CPR, wound care, stroke, and cardiac care on emergency scene and after automobile accidents.
  • Coordinate and enroll the public into health and safety courses such as Standard First Aid and CPR/AED classes.
  • Volunteered by recruiting participants for a CPR class held by the American Heart Association at the American Bank Center
  • Blood Drive Coordinator - Organization of records - Assisted with CPR Education Courses - Assisted with clerical functions
  • Teach Classes for major First Aid/CPR, as well as help to reunite families separated during war.
  • Assist in setting up and organizing the class room for the American Red Cross CPR certification course.
  • Received training and earned a certification for first aid and CPR by the American Red Cross.
  • Learned hands only CPR and taught those skills to 8th graders at South meadows middle school.

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25. Veterans

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Here's how Veterans is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Obtained, reviewed, and summarized medical, military, and supplemental forms of documentation from veterans seeking service-connected disability compensation.
  • Worked with Wounded Warriors Veterans Advocate Douglas Miller in conducting interviews and reviewing applications of veterans eligible to receive philanthropic donations.
  • Co-facilitated PTSD and Substance Abuse prevention groups to provide psychotherapy and psycho-education to veterans who have experienced trauma and substance abuse.
  • Assisted in newspaper publication, website management, and administrative support for an exhibition for veterans.
  • Volunteer at local homeless shelter working to rehabilitate disabled military veterans and other homeless men.
  • Assist veterans - Plan activities Special Education: State of New Mexico Alcohol Certification Diamond Certification
  • Assisted in facilitation of art therapy for women veterans who experienced sexual trauma during service.
  • Participate in public awareness events supporting key legislation affecting veterans' mental health issues.
  • Drafted memorandum regarding legal duties of Department of Veterans Affairs to assist disability claimants.
  • Organized all aspects of community service outreach meetings for veterans hospitalized with psychiatric conditions.
  • Initiated veterans initiative with NJ veterans organizations to provide wounded veterans special bikes.
  • Graduate practicum and continuing volunteer work with Anchorage Veterans Administration homeless domiciliary.
  • Conduct weekly recovery meeting with veterans from different backgrounds and recovery experiences.
  • Provided assistance to veterans regarding resume writing, and interviewing techniques.
  • Helped Veterans in clarifying scheduled appointments and navigating to different clinics.
  • Participated in numerous educational programs related to Hospice and Veterans VOLUNTEER OPPERTUNITIES
  • Mobilized fellow veterans with disabilities by transporting them throughout the hospital.
  • Performed crisis management and intervention strategies with at risk veterans.
  • Accompanied social workers to Baltimore homeless shelters to assist veterans.
  • Assisted with intake of indigent veterans seeking pro bono legal representation

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26. Pantry

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Here's how Pantry is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Stocked food pantry and assembled meal packages for homeless and impoverished DC residents; organized medical files, analyzed potential insurance issues
  • Volunteer work for Not-For-Profits Agency at warehouse packing parent aid bags, working at pantry in storage room and data entry.
  • Provide assistance to members of the community in the food pantry by managing donations and maintaining an organized, clean environment.
  • Assisted in launching activities of the organization, development of emergency food pantry, marketing, advertising, and fundraisers.
  • Packed food, filed information and cleaned the pantry in efforts to serve people on or below the poverty line.
  • Worked primarily in the Food Pantry -Sorted and packed food -Gave food orders to economically disabled individuals -3 hours a shift
  • Organize food, sort items for events hosted by the food pantry, take food orders, bag food for participants
  • Stocked food pantry, sorted clothing, cleaned counters and floors, interacted with the homeless men and women seeking services
  • Provided assistance by checking in clients and explaining to them how the pantry is run and what services are offered.
  • Position included assisting patrons carry out groceries, organizing food in the pantry and bagging food according to established guidelines.
  • Volunteer Food Pantry; assist in logistics, inventory, organized, and boxed food, worked with clients.
  • Volunteer for the Food Pantry, Clothing Closet, and the Food Program for less fortunate children and families.
  • Assisted with food deliveries, toy deliveries at Christmas, feeding homeless, stocking of pantry, and clean-up.
  • Assisted in the outreach to community members to inform them of the food pantry along with putting out fliers.
  • Establish a friendly and welcoming staff to help serve the needs for people who come to the food pantry.
  • Worked in local Church food pantry preparing and providing food to the homeless, needy families and less privileged.
  • Worked in a food pantry gathering 40-45 bags a day, feeding between 80 and 160 people a day.
  • Volunteer with the West Valley Food Pantry Interface with public for donation collection Organizing and stocking of food donations
  • Worked with poor and disabled guests of food pantry, including food service, conversation, and cleanup.
  • Escort guests around the pantry to pick their monthly groceries and help prepare up to 150 meals per night

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27. Domestic Violence

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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Assisted rape and domestic violence victims to medical facilities and supported them through physical examination, family interaction and police questioning.
  • Translated and interpreted Korean-English communications between attorneys and underprivileged Korean immigrant clients for domestic violence, elder abuse, and other family
  • Provided educational presentations concerning sexual assault and domestic violence to interested community organizations, agencies, and schools.
  • Provided support to individuals that experienced sexual assault and/or domestic violence, which included safety planning and counseling.
  • Provided emotional support and encouragement to adolescents with different social issues such as substance abuse and domestic violence
  • Create and administer Religious Based programs including remedial education, domestic violence awareness and HIV prevention.
  • Provided emotional support along with referrals and information for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking.
  • Participated in multiple community outreach events and assisted in promoting awareness on domestic violence prevention.
  • Provided crisis intervention counseling and emotional support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • Volunteered with Manhattan-based nonprofit organization to help women and children survivors of domestic violence.
  • Completed WA state training requirement for sexual assault domestic violence agency volunteers.
  • Volunteered to raise awareness of domestic violence and worked with domestic violence survivors
  • Counseled domestic violence victims with interdisciplinary team to provide assessments and placement.
  • Instructed agency staff on the intersection of invisible disability and domestic violence.
  • Provided crisis intervention services to victims of sexual assault and/or domestic violence.
  • Conducted intake and provided immigration law advice to survivors of domestic violence.
  • Conducted criminal background checks and interviewed potential clients for the domestic violence division
  • Offered individual counseling to perpetrators and victims of domestic violence/child abuse.
  • Volunteer work for a non-profit housing organization for domestic violence victims.
  • Assisted undocumented survivor of domestic violence prepare a U-Visa application.

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28. Internet

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Here's how Internet is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Designed and developed multiple aspects of early stage internet business and including implementing of social media structure.
  • Collaborated with the Agency's Director and other professionals to research possible grant resources by navigating internet databases
  • Assisted clients with researching job opportunities using internet resources Linked clients to community resources
  • Assisted Operations Department with Internet research, database maintenance and filing
  • Perform internet explorer searches on microcomputer for curriculum accuracy.
  • Administer Internet recruiting for multiple support and management positions.
  • Configured Hubs for internet access and installed firewall protection.
  • Assisted clients with internet navigation and employment application process.
  • Recommended internet sales techniques which resulted in increased output.
  • Performed video programming and lighting for internet broadcasting programs.
  • Investigated opportunities for sources of funding via internet research
  • Conducted internet research to identify funding and grant opportunities
  • Supported and trained other volunteers in Internet development.
  • Promoted and advocated the environment protection via internet
  • Answered internet website volunteer email inquiries daily.
  • Project development for Internet related applications.
  • Manage computer networks telephone networks internet.
  • Installed Norton Internet Security software.
  • Format audio/video for Internet distribution.
  • Observed, interviewed, and also conducted several surveys to see what senior citizens are interested in learning about the internet.

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29. Non-Profit Organization

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Here's how Non-Profit Organization is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Dedicated every other weekend to assist a non-profit organization in building strong relationships with local community members to increase donor base.
  • Volunteer Opportunities Non-Profit Organization Founder/ Product Merchandiser Self Employed YMHO (Youth Mental Health Organization) Currently Serving Frederick/Montgomery County, MD
  • Worked as a disaster relief volunteer with an architectural design background for a non-profit organization in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
  • Assisted in the development of training programs for non-profit organizations; created professional slide decks and training documentation for affiliated cohorts.
  • Recruited volunteers and raised community awareness for an urban gardening non-profit organization providing public gardens and education throughout the city.
  • Learned time management, collaboration and financial aspects associated with a non-profit organization that regularly functions in emergency response situations.
  • Volunteer Paralegal assisting attorneys within a local office of a statewide non-profit organization providing essential legal services to low-income Kansans.
  • Coordinate Fort Hamilton Groups to participate in multiple non-profit organization activities: American Cancer Society, American Heart Association
  • Developed typhoon related mudslide agricultural prevention program with local non-profit organizations and the local municipal government unit.
  • Volunteered at a non-profit organization specializing in job placement for individuals re- entering the workforce with criminal backgrounds
  • Assist non-profit organizations with organizational matters (incorporation and tax exemption, bylaws review, dissolution)
  • Volunteered with a non-profit organization that performed construction and rehabilitation projects for new and old housing.
  • Volunteered for a non-profit organization that provides food for underprivileged individuals within the Manatee county area.
  • Assist in non-litigation business law matters to low-income owners of small businesses and small non-profit organizations.
  • Served as a liaison for conflict resolution between students and non-profit organizations/campus departments employing them.
  • Partnered in the non-profit organization with individuals with developmental disabilities to participate in weekly activities.
  • Volunteer for a non-profit organization dedicated to helping those in need throughout the metropolitan area.
  • Provide Chicago area non-profit organizations pro bono creative services through a structured, agency-like experience.
  • Volunteered at Our Center Facility, a non-profit organization that provided meals for low-income communities.
  • Promoted community participation in activities sponsored by a non-profit organization serving intellectually impaired individuals.

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30. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Provided physical and emotional support to riders with disabilities at a therapeutic riding facility; assisted with barn chores
  • Provided emotional support to inpatients while engaging in play therapy to promote positive emotional development in a hospital setting
  • Volunteered weekly with members with chronic mental illness and successfully utilized therapeutic communication techniques to provide emotional support
  • Assisted elderly vision-impaired client in her weekly shopping, while providing emotional support and a healthy relationship
  • Cared for and provided emotional support of elderly guests and conducted monthly group activities and presentations
  • Provided important social and emotional support and provided vital information on patient conditions to nurses.
  • Assisted low-functioning older adult residents with meals; offered emotional support while assisting in activities.
  • Conducted suicide intervention and provided emotional support and counseling to callers in crisis situations.
  • Provided physical and emotional support to children with various disabilities during horseback riding lessons.
  • Provided emotional support and information for victims of sexual assault and their significant others.
  • Provided emotional support and medical reminders to aging population across the United States.
  • Offered emotional support to individuals with terminal illness and helped alleviate grief within families
  • Provided emotional support to LGBTQ volunteers through active listening and conflict resolution.
  • Interacted with Hospice residents and provided them emotional support and physical assistance.
  • Provided emotional support and encouragement to a student with behavioral and self-esteem issues
  • Provided emotional support and guidance using cognitive reconstructing, empathy crisis focusing.
  • Provided emotional support to children prior to and after invasive medical procedures.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for small children with minor injuries.
  • Provided companionship, emotional support and active listening to hospice patients.
  • Assist patients with comfort need/office/computer tasks and emotional support as assigned.

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31. Olympics

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Here's how Olympics is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Coordinated and facilitated activities for both adults and children involved in Special Olympics
  • Assisted with basketball and soccer tournaments for Special Olympics of Massachusetts
  • Regulated adaptive events for individuals participating in the Spring Special Olympics
  • Supervised and aided Special Olympics basketball.
  • Assisted Special Olympics participants in activities
  • Fire Chief / Equipment Officer Volunteer at United Cerebral Palsy Special Olympics New York City 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981
  • Volunteered with: Loaves and Fishes, Special Olympics, the Down Syndrome Connection of the East Bay and other organizations.
  • Summer 2000, Special Olympics Maine Worked at fund-raisers collecting money, selling merchandise, and working the actual athletic events.
  • Passed out awards at their end of the season banquet and helped celebrate their achievements from competing at the Special Olympics.
  • Planned and assisted setting up exhibit space at UCLA and USC to market the opening ceremony for the Special Olympics.
  • Work with a variety of intellectually disabled athletes to help them compete in the Summer Special Olympics at Baldwin High School
  • Worked as a volunteer for Special Olympics Bowling meets and games, providing a leadership role to participants and teams.
  • Volunteer for Special Olympics of Rhode Island at Bryant University's Track and Field Event (Spring 2013).
  • Volunteer Work and Addition Information: NJ Special Olympics Volunteer (Winter Games), monitoring and motivating athletes.
  • Assisted in the preparation of the actual Special Olympics event, working as a team member with other volunteers.
  • Volunteered for the Special Olympics by assisting with event set-up and with activities for the various special needs classes.
  • Judged 2008 regional English Olympics, JCI's English competition, planned and judged Agricultural University's English competition.
  • Winter Games Special Olympics o Volunteer for ski instructing Special Olympics and winter games (28 years).
  • Assisted in the coordination of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics from 1995 until 1999.
  • Assisted with the running of the New Jersey Special Olympics competition held at the TCNJ Aquatic Center

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32. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Administered blood pressure examinations for adults and provided them with their classification and future recommendations to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
  • Aided geriatric patients in cardiovascular rehabilitation with exercise * Supervised 30-minute exercise sessions * Examined patient heart rate and blood pressure
  • Provided blood pressure screenings and referral information for community members at risk for hypertension.
  • Blood pressure monitoring sessions, guidance with chronic disease management especially Diabetes management
  • Blood Pressure Screening Body Composition Analysis Tobacco and Sun Safety Educator.
  • Collected, analyzed and interpreted blood pressure and cholesterol readings
  • Provided blood pressure screenings and behavior modification counseling.
  • Performed Glucose and Cholesterol screenings and Blood Pressure readings
  • Designed an Ambulatory Blood Pressure measurement system.
  • Administered vaccines, performed cholesterol & blood sugar tests, assessed the blood pressure & encouraged & promoted positive health behavior.
  • Worked with various age groups, teaching them how to use the weight machines; took blood pressures and evaluated health assessments
  • Provided Blood Pressures and also assisted participants with filling out their paper work as well as taking them to other stations.
  • Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration rates, food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
  • Scheduled appointments, recorded patient information, took blood pressure, temperature and weight, and recorded previous medical history.
  • Direct patient to appropriate departments and floors Take blood pressure and provide novelty and toiletry items with the hospitality cart.
  • Practiced triage- took temperature, height, weight, blood pressure, and heart rate of various age groups.
  • Shadowed Radiation Oncology- followed Oncologist during debriefings, helped set up C-T scans and took blood pressure and pulse.
  • Assisted with recruitment, screening, and physical measurement (blood pressure, height, weight, etc.)
  • Conducted triage and screenings in height, weight, blood pressures, and blood glucose for over 200 villagers.
  • Measured average of 40 patients' weight, height, body temperature, pulse rate and blood pressure daily.

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33. Gift Shop

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Here's how Gift Shop is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Greeted customers and maintained store-front -Worked cash register -Cleaned and decorated gift shop and boutique
  • Provided satisfactory customer service while managing the hospital gift shop.
  • Ushered, took & tallied tickets, and sold refreshments at concession stand and souvenirs at gift shop for non-profit theater.
  • Organized Museum Gift Shop re-model and update, leading a team of four people to create a more comfortable buying environment.
  • Worked as cashier in gift shop requiring ability to make change, and accounted for all sales at end of shift.
  • Assisted customers with gift giving and shopping needs at hospital gift shop with all proceeds going to scholarships for local students.
  • Transported patients throughout the hospital, assisted discharging patients, prepared patients' rooms, and worked in the gift shop.
  • Completed special projects for various departments; volunteered in the gift shop with inventory, customer service, and marketing projects.
  • Worked on projects with co-volunteers for holiday decorations, providing a more joyful looking gift shop to browse and purchase in.
  • Worked both independently and as part of a major team on projects around the property and in the gift shop.
  • Performed office administrative duties which included medical billing, faxing, assisted with patient care, and gift shop associate duties
  • Assisted with Gift Shop inventory, computer entry of sales and receipts using QuickBooks and physical count of inventory monthly.
  • Cashier in the gift shop; handled cash drawer by ensuring cash, checks, and receipts were deposited correctly.
  • Operated the gift shop by completing transactions, performing closing procedures, tracking inventory, and providing excellent customer service.
  • Volunteer as cashier in gift shop and host monthly in house event every third Thursday called Birds n Beer.
  • Assisted the museum during major events by performing additional duties such as staffing the gift shop and moving exhibits.
  • Received a Star PIN for excellent customer service from an anonymous person after 3 weeks in the gift shop.
  • Assisted staff in women/children s unit, organized and stocked supplies in hospital cafeteria, cashier in hospital gift shop
  • Worked at the hospital gift shop, helping patients' family members and friends cope with medical issues Work
  • Provide extra assistance in the Clinic, Emergency Room, and Gift Shop (as needed).

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34. Food Preparation

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Here's how Food Preparation is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Provided animal care assistance by catering to the dietary needs of exotic animals and performed food preparations to obtain optimum nourishment.
  • Assist in basic food preparation, facility maintenance and documents nutrition information, and informs dietary staff of patient requirements
  • Assist in food preparation - Provide menu selection assistance to patients - Create health education presentations for Registered Dietitian
  • Transported patients within the facility -Assisted in patient leisure and exercise programs -Supported food preparation and assisted residents
  • Performed facility maintenance, food preparation, food distribution and developed grant proposals for organizations needs.
  • Participated in games, socialization and food preparations and received responsibility over the activities center.
  • Assist in animal husbandry including food preparation, administration of medications and animal transfers.
  • Trained and supervised students in food preparation in commercial kitchen for terminally ill clients
  • Assisted with nutritional food preparation for individuals at acute nutritional risk from life-threatening illnesses
  • Assisted with recreational activities, music, food preparation/consumption and physical mobility.
  • Performed multiple food preparation services in support of this large community event
  • Participated in food preparation and served food to community members
  • Educated lower-socioeconomic individuals on portion sizing and food preparation.
  • Assisted in food preparation and distribution during weekly programming.
  • Provided services included food preparation and distribution of meals.
  • Assisted in food preparation and upheld facility cleanliness.
  • Cashier Food Preparation Clean up/ Dishwasher Customer Service
  • Volunteer Position: Laundry Food preparation Serving Stock
  • Coordinated food preparation, and supervised volunteers.
  • Served customers and assisted with food preparation

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35. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Facilitated logistics for business trips for staff members to attend NCAA meetings by arranging hotel accommodations and scheduling dinner reservations.
  • Instructed underprivileged children and staff members at government sponsored rural centers basic sanitation practices and English language skills.
  • Provided administrative assistance to various staff members involved in general office services and administration.
  • Assisted special-needs children with athletic activities while coordinating competition events with other staff members
  • Provided potential patients with discharge paperwork and delivered paperwork to appropriate staff members.
  • Communicated with customers and staff members professionally to complete approximately 20 volunteer hours.
  • Train facility staff members in accordance to state regulations and company requirements.
  • Keep staff members informed about any developments or appointment cancellations.
  • Led volunteers and staff members to integrate database into organization.
  • Communicated and built professional relationships with other staff members.
  • Collaborated with staff members regarding children.
  • Communicate necessary information to staff members.
  • Communicated effectively with staff members.
  • Completed 40+ hours of volunteer work Jobs included socializing with the animals, cleaning kennels, walking dogs and assisting staff members
  • Assisted staff members with pulling, tracking, packing, and sorting book holds, office administration and customer service duties.
  • Served 2.5 years by unanimous vote, providing leadership and direction to 12-person Council representing more than 800 university staff members.
  • Helped patients with their needs and assisted nurses and other staff members with patient information, deliveries, and other tasks.
  • Aided the staff members, filed all the Paper work, Run Errands to the Lab, Pharmacy and Blood Bank
  • Helped the non-profit organization run smoothly by completing light office tasks and assisting staff members when extra help was needed.
  • Consult with teachers and staff members and offer input utilizing child development concepts to assist with the progress of students.

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36. Patient Rooms

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Here's how Patient Rooms is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Prepared patient rooms for new admissions and sanitized cardiac telemetry monitors.
  • Greeted and accompanied patient visitors to corresponding patient rooms.
  • Sanitized patient rooms Cracker Barrel Restaurant Part-time job
  • Stocked patient rooms in Emergency Department
  • Assist nurses by cleaning rooms, transporting patients to various areas of the hospital, restocking patient rooms and retrieving medical supplies
  • Cleaned and sterilized patient rooms, unoccupied rooms, walls, floors, nurses' stations, carpets, and bathrooms.
  • Greet and welcome visitors and patients, provide directions to patient rooms, hospital facilities, and customer escort as appropriate.
  • Escorted patient families to patient rooms and various locations on the hospital campus to locate and speak with surgeons after surgery.
  • Transported patients, performed blood runs, observed medical emergency procedures and helped to maintain adequate inventory within patient rooms.
  • Developed skills in filling medical carts, cleaning patient rooms and beds, making beds, and patient gown bags.
  • Chart organization, printing and scanning reports, moving patients, cleaning and sanitizing workstations and patient rooms, supply inventory
  • Delivered flowers and gifts to patient rooms, escorted patients to their destination and helped visitors at the information desk.
  • Served as an ICU receptionist, which involved answering phone calls, monitoring patient rooms, and greeting ICU visitors
  • Maintained unit inventory flow through the efficient stocking of supplies at nursing stations, medical carts and patient rooms.
  • Help patients with eating meals (Cutting, opening cartons, rearranging trays) -Restock supplies in patient rooms.
  • Maintained cleanliness of equipment, prepared patient rooms prior to their arrival, and applied cold and hot packs.
  • Instructed of the proper sanitation methods utilized for prepping patient rooms and disinfecting medical equipment for future use.
  • Bring patients food water, help manage calls at the front desk, restock equipment in the patient rooms
  • Assist Chief Nurses in sanitizing and restocking patient rooms with sufficient supplies making them available for future occupants.
  • Provided assistance with stocking shelves, delivering flowers to patient rooms, and other duties requested from manager.

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37. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Collaborated with assistant instructor to provide meaningful and beneficial instruction to small groups of students.
  • Assisted teacher in delivering exercises to small groups of students in Montessori elementary classroom
  • Chaperoned activities and ran small groups designed to increase socialization.
  • Supervised/Directed small groups of others.
  • Assisted teachers in the public schools throughout Minneapolis by working with students in the classroom as well as in small groups.
  • Tutored children individually or in small groups, presented subject matter to students, and reinforce learning concepts presented by their teachers
  • Educated students about different injustices in human trafficking, education, sustainability, gender, and immigration in small groups conversations.
  • Led small groups, assisted teachers, tutored and read to children, served on PTO, helped with activities, fundraisers
  • Assisted children individually or in small groups to help them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Provided private instruction to individual or small groups of students to improve academic performance, or prepare for academic tests.
  • Trained small groups of 5-10 college students on how to back board, conduct CPR, how to assess patients.
  • Assist the Child Life staff with art and play activities by helping individual and small groups of children participate.
  • Counseled clients individually, family and other small groups about plans and actions for meeting individual or family needs.
  • Worked in reading, writing, arts and crafts with small groups of 13-14 year-old children with learning disabilities.
  • Entered villages with small groups to present health, sanitation, and nutrition information to families needing assistance.
  • Lead multiple small groups, host large group activities, and modeled a drug and alcohol free lifestyle.
  • Worked in small groups or one-on-one with students to assist with homework assignments, vocabulary, and written tasks
  • Provided academic and physical assistance to students with disabilities as directed in one- to-one or in small groups.
  • Included managing small groups of students, evaluating performances, and offering appropriate written feedback for each competitor.
  • Empower and train volunteer leaders to go to events and organize their own small groups of volunteers.

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38. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Examine injured persons and administer first aid or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, if necessary, using training and medical supplies and equipment.
  • Organized and repackaged various medical supplies to be redistributed to various hospitals in developing countries
  • Promote environmental stewardship through packing and sorting medical supplies for distribution to poor communities
  • Helped with restocking medical supplies in the emergency clinic Shadowed doctors during emergency procedures
  • Categorized inventory and distributed medical supplies to units throughout the facility.
  • Monitored distribution of vaccines and medical supplies and established laboratory services.
  • Stored medical supplies, organized medical equipment, and recycled medical equipment
  • Monitored security cameras and worked in materials management inventorying medical supplies.
  • Sorted and packaged donated, recycled medical supplies for overseas shipment
  • Transported patients, medical supplies and equipment throughout Valley Hospital
  • Stocked medical supplies, implemented inventory control and organization.
  • Inventoried medical supplies and administered medicine to the animals.
  • Restocked and delivered medical supplies in Sterilization Department.
  • Managed inventory of pharmaceuticals and other medical supplies.
  • Deliver medical supplies and equipment to hospital departments.
  • Delivered medical supplies when necessary throughout the hospital.
  • Ordered medical supplies and maintained medical inventory.
  • Transported medical equipment and restocked medical supplies.
  • Transport medical supplies/equipment to all departments.
  • Volunteer on Saturdays mornings delivering medical supplies

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39. Positive Role Model

low Demand
Here's how Positive Role Model is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Mentored and provided as a positive role model while ensuring support to developmentally delayed and disadvantaged youth.
  • Maintained positive role modeling and introduced specific behavioral modifications to be used inside the classroom setting.
  • Service organization created to provide students with opportunities to interact with positive role models
  • Mentored underprivileged youth by serving as a positive role model and teaching weekly lessons
  • Developed and established positive role model environment for the future endeavors.
  • Demonstrated example of positive role model, encouraging healthy relationships.
  • Served as a positive role model for numerous elementary school students
  • Demonstrate responsibility and dedication to being a positive role model.
  • Mentored kids of ages 6-12; provided positive outlook for peers and troubled youth in need of a positive role model.
  • Provided stimulation and activity, a safe environment and a positive role model for neglected children at a non-profit orphanage in Chile
  • Aided in the understanding of math and science while acting as a positive role model to broaden each child s perspective.
  • Helped Reading High School students get involved and engaging them so they can be a positive role model in society.
  • Served as a positive role model for young ladies and advised them on social, dining, and dress etiquette,
  • Work with youth at risk, be a positive role model for teenagers, play games and help children with homework
  • Provided a positive role model for the child while teaching him/her self-confidence, trust, and other developmental behaviors.
  • Offer helping hand to teenage girls in the foster system with schoolwork and advice- Serve as a positive role model
  • Function as positive role models, offer guidance to the campers and modeling of proper decorum and temperament.
  • Acted as a positive role model to promote healthy physical, emotional, and social development of youth.
  • Helped children with homework, taught them how to play sports, acted as a positive role model.
  • Completed Mentor in Training Program, Served as a positive role model for students ages five to twelve

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40. Soup Kitchen

low Demand
Here's how Soup Kitchen is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Supervised monthly volunteer outings to a local soup kitchen and homeless shelters for students who had never witnessed/experienced basic poverty.
  • Worked in local soup kitchen * Expanded community garden * Encouraged employment opportunities for at-risk individuals
  • Volunteered at soup kitchen, preparing/serving food to homeless and maintaining/improving property.
  • Performed janitorial tasks, especially maintaining hygienic conditions in a soup kitchen.
  • Participated in recreational activities with impoverished children at local soup kitchen.
  • Contributed to poverty alleviation by volunteering in soup kitchens
  • Organized bi-monthly soup kitchen with local volunteers
  • Assist in the preparation of the weekly soup kitchen that provides a hot meal for the homeless and low income families.
  • Volunteer Work includes volunteering at a soup kitchen every week that my sister helped launch, and at various local activities.
  • Volunteered over 80 hours at Light of Life Rescue Mission, Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank, Jubilee Soup Kitchen and others.
  • Volunteered under Oak Grove A.M.E. Church Nancy Marsh Missionary Society as a soup kitchen worker, providing food to the homeless.
  • Volunteered at locations devoted to inner city and disadvantaged populations; Salvation Army, soup kitchens, shelters, etc.
  • Assisted youth, elderly, and those in physical need by volunteering in soup kitchens to yard and house clean-up.
  • Assist the soup kitchen manager with restocking supply in the pantry, preparation of food, and sanitize the kitchen.
  • Assisted with sorting and distributing clothing to the less fortunate and meal preparation and distribution in the soup kitchen.
  • Coordinated a small team of students to volunteer with a poverty pharmacy and soup kitchen on a regular basis.
  • Worked in Philadelphia for a week at community gardens, soup kitchens, food reliefs, and children programs.
  • Managed others during the soup kitchens in order to provide more efficient ways of serving those in need.
  • Dedicate 4-12 hours per week in soup kitchen to serve meals and offer fellowship to community members in need
  • Volunteered at a soup kitchen, a church food drive, and a center for homeless veterans.

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41. Facebook

low Demand
Here's how Facebook is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Augmented effectiveness with social media efforts including Facebook and Twitter profile edits, and produced YouTube videos.
  • Utilized social media such as Facebook and twitter to effectively communicate and promote early voting.
  • Prepared publicity content for GLOW including Facebook posts and PowerPoint presentations for community partners.
  • Managed agency Facebook page and interacted with local media to promote agency.
  • Promoted ocean conservation through social media outlets including Facebook and Twitter.
  • Provided timely upload of organization activities on Facebook and Twitter accounts.
  • Generated and maintain social media on Facebook for Heritage Festival.
  • Created and posted advertisements; publicized event on Facebook.
  • Developed Facebook and Twitter accounts for the non-profit organization.
  • Managed Barbara Mallory Caraway's Facebook and Twitter.
  • Designed and implemented Facebook promotions for candidates.
  • Design and management his professional Facebook.
  • Manage Church Facebook page and advertising
  • Assisted with managing new media technologies and producing web-based media including videos for the St. Louis Community Cinema Series Facebook page.
  • Started a Facebook page, Nepal Earthquake 2015, currently 35,0000 strong to provide information and logistical support for relief efforts.
  • Aided in organization's presence on Facebook and helping contribute to current projects, both financially and in an advisory capacity.
  • Assisted in the management of all media efforts and content development in social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
  • Create and sketch layouts for a basic website, and creating a social media presence via Facebook and word of mouth
  • Participated in outreach program by providing tours, helping with school groups and creating the hatchery's Facebook page.
  • Increased Diabetes Expo attendance by 5%, up to 100 more people through verbal communication and Facebook groups.

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43. Independent Living

low Demand
Here's how Independent Living is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Prepared instructional materials to provide skill building activities for children with disabilities at Services for Independent Living.
  • Conducted groups and activities related to independent living skills and financial hardships that often accompany mental illness.
  • Provided educational resources and one-on-one tutoring to clients with special needs in career-based and independent living classes
  • Recommended alternative methods to provide support to clients in attaining their potential for independent living.
  • Co-facilitated discussion and activities in an independent living skills class serving at-risk youth
  • Review client eligibility for counseling, independent living worker and other resources.
  • Assisted low-functioning patients engaging in basic activities necessary for independent living.
  • Facilitated group tours of rehab facility and of independent living areas.
  • Helped organize and clean Independent Living Apartments for ready homeless adults
  • Provided clients with community resources to encourage independent living.
  • Recruited volunteers to sing in an independent living facility
  • Promote self-sufficiency and encourage independent living skills.
  • Updated independent living residents medical files.
  • Encouraged Participation and independent living skills.
  • Provided case management services to pregnant teens 19 and under and assisted their transition into parenthood and taught independent living skills.
  • Observed patients in Traumatic Brain Injury and assisted supervision and patients regain independent living skills such as, feeding themselves.
  • Provided practical help in areas such as education, job hunting, health, substance use, and independent living.
  • Provided mentoring, recreational, cultural and learning activities to residents of the Independent Living Program at Oasis House.
  • Present a financial stability workshop with the youth and give them general knowledge about sustainable and independent living.
  • Establish linkages with all agencies and service provides in the community that are needed to enable independent living.

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44. Animal Care

low Demand
Here's how Animal Care is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Assisted with completing adoption paperwork and provided general animal care information to adopters.
  • Maintained animal enclosures and tended to other necessary duties involving refuge animal care.
  • Performed animal care and computer operator functions at the wildlife rehabilitation center.
  • Worked cooperatively with other staff to provide animal care as needed
  • Facilitated animal care and maintained proper center and care conditions.
  • Led discussions and educational activities that taught responsible animal care.
  • Educated customers on animal care and reviewed applications for adoption.
  • Provided basic information about adoptions and animal care to potential owners
  • Worked to regulate animal care within the therapeutic environment.
  • Assisted Veterinary Techs with animal care including facility housekeeping.
  • Volunteer as an administrative assistant and animal care/adoption assistant
  • Support animal care activities at this adoption center
  • Gained extensive knowledge regarding animal care.
  • Project Wildlife/Animal Care-Pet Co Dog Walker/Kennel Cleaner
  • Participated Programs: Environment Hunger Animal Care
  • Provided animal care and socialization.
  • Provided animal care and customer service
  • General animal care (cleaning, walking, socializing), post surgery care, adoption consultation, fund raising events.
  • Worked at the family farm portion of the zoo assisting with animal care and providing community education to zoo visitors.
  • Provided animal care by feeding animals, walking dogs, and playing with dogs, cats, and other animals.

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45. Alzheimer

low Demand
Here's how Alzheimer is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Provided psychotherapy for elderly individuals suffering from depression, isolation, loneliness, bereavement, financial difficulties and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Interacted with Alzheimer s Dementia patients at daycare center Developed relationships with elderly patients through support and encouragement
  • Worked primarily with residents afflicted with Alzheimer's and Dementia completing basic tasks and enjoying recreational activities.
  • Care for Alzheimer Patient/Feeding Patient/Responsible for medicine intake daily/Being Responsible for patients comfort and needs.
  • Assisted occupational therapist with memory and exercise therapy in Alzheimer's unit.
  • Facilitated memory recall activities with elderly Alzheimer and dementia clients.
  • Guided a small group of elderly dementia and Alzheimer s patients through art projects to enhance their cognitive functions with tactile learning
  • Facilitated activities, such as crossword puzzles, bingo, arts and crafts, for the elderly particularly for Alzheimer patients.
  • Helped the elderly Alzheimer's patients with their daily hygiene, understood the personal preferences and cultural backgrounds of the patients.
  • Assisted in set up for Alzheimer's Walk, Trade Shows and various Health Fairs raising awareness of Haven Hospice services.
  • Assist Alzheimer, dementia and senior citizen's with daily living skills, promote activities that allow for maximize growth and development
  • Cared for residence with Alzheimer's, administered activities including games, folding clothes, eating, hosted parties, and grooming
  • Documented the life story of a patient suffering from Alzheimer's Disease through multiple sessions over the course of the semester.
  • Recruited and captained 20 members for Team BP to participate in the nation's largest Alzheimer's event, Memory Walk.
  • Assisted with recreation therapy programs for adults with Alzheimer's or other forms of Dementia * Employed various reminiscence therapy techniques
  • Assisted, consulted, and served client's with Alzheimer's, Dementia, Stroke, and other neurological impairments.
  • Collaborated with my teammates to play with kids and cheer on family members walking for people suffering from Alzheimer's.
  • Provided ongoing educational and social stimulation to Alzheimer's patients, as well as support and education to family members.
  • Participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer s. Advocated for Alzheimer s through letter writing and lobbying at the Capital.
  • Volunteer work in the Histology department at a leading research lab focusing on cancer, Alzheimer's and diabetes research.

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46. Medical Staff

low Demand
Here's how Medical Staff is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Planned and executed actual firefighting incidents which included mutual aid and cooperation from Emergency Medical Staff units and other fire companies.
  • Filed and completed medical equipment forms, entered information into computer database, provided assistance to medical staff on a needed-basis.
  • Provided prenatal and family planning consultations and assisted medical staff during surgeries and primary care at a community health center.
  • Prepared Stroke Rapid Response packets for the Emergency Department medical staff ensuring hospital forms and laboratory specimen bags were included.
  • Presented patient information and clinical findings, including differential diagnosis and treatment plan recommendations, to medical staff.
  • Presented patient information to Medical staff along with differential diagnosis and proposed treatment plan recommendations.
  • Prepared a final presentation to senior medical staff and professors documenting our proposed changes.
  • Assisted medical staff and doctor with general patient care at geriatric residential facility.
  • Assisted admitting and medical staff in a milieu of emergency department operations.
  • Provided emotional and administrative support to patients and medical staff, respectively.
  • Obtained specific communication skills for interacting with patients and medical staff.
  • Shadowed trauma medical staff during patient evaluation, consultation and diagnosis.
  • Conveyed additional patient information and special requests to appropriate medical staff.
  • Coordinate communication between parents, medical staff, administrative staff.
  • Assisted medical staff and facilitated patient visitation and family requests.
  • Completed non-medical tasks under supervision of medical staff.
  • Assisted medical staff with clinical examinations and evaluations.
  • Communicated between patients and medical staff.
  • Work on computer software such as Microsoft Word and Excel to set appointments for doctors, nurses and other medical staff.
  • Assisted with the planning of the daily dietary menus for Paralyzed Patients following the requirements as prescribed by the medical staff.

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47. HIV

low Demand
Here's how HIV is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Co-developed up-to date innovative HIV/AIDS education/promotion campaign materials that are relevant to individual target groups using the BCC methodology and strategies.
  • Researched email preservation and access projects in universities, archives, and other institutions and interviewed project stakeholders.
  • Provided individual and group psychotherapy for individuals who were HIV positive with a low socioeconomic status.
  • Distribute educational information throughout the community regarding HIV/AIDS and contraceptives to promote safe sex practices
  • Provided staff in-service and education regarding HIV and safe practice behaviors in medical institutions.
  • Assisted archivist with processing, arranging, describing and cataloging archival collections.
  • Helped establish country's first national advocacy organization for HIV-vulnerable persons.
  • Identified newspaper articles of particular local historical interest for archiving.
  • Provided nutritional support for disadvantaged patients diagnosed with HIV/AIDS or cancer
  • Provided information about HIV and testing to the university community.
  • Promoted others to practice positive attitudes towards HIV/AIDS patients
  • Recruited participants to participate in HIV/AIDS intervention programs.
  • Formed and advised community HIV prevention/education groups.
  • Performed general clerical duties to include archiving.
  • Incorporated HIV prevention into coursework.
  • Assisted in the management of Windows of Hope, an after school program on HIV/AIDS education for grades four through seven.
  • Chaired Peace Corps Namibia HIV/AIDS Committee which focused on promoting and funding Peace Corp Volunteers programs on HIV/AIDS awareness and education.
  • Improved archival skills by working with the Library of Congress's film loan program and training with digital color correction software.
  • Developed and implemented a successful learning tool through a power point on re-infection of HIV/AIDS for support groups associated with PLWHA.
  • Provide health education and outreach to populations at-risk for STD/HIV infection, and to communities disproportionately affected by HIV infection.

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48. People

low Demand
Here's how People is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Planned and implemented developmentally-appropriate nutrition presentations for people of all ages.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and effectively while welcoming people.
  • Mobilized young people to get involved in environmental activities
  • Helped to clean cages, inform people about the cats, answer phone calls, wash bedding, clean public areas.
  • Worked as part of a team to cook healthy meals and serve large numbers of people in a short time period.
  • Helped underprivileged people and people with disabilities with a vast array of everyday tasks that they were unable to perform themselves.
  • Provide Telephone Recovery Support, TRS, which involves calling and offering individual assistance to people in need of help.
  • Socialize with dogs and cat to get them used to being around people; therefore, they would become adoptable.
  • Helped distribute essential household supplies which included, food, drinks, and economic counseling to people with socioeconomic challenges.
  • Helped organize data in the surrounding neighborhoods to see population trends of people who had registered to vote and not.
  • Provided assistance vulnerable people who include victims of disaster, epidemics and the poorest in both urban and rural areas.
  • Help people in difficult life situations by providing verbal support over the phone when they are in need of counseling.
  • Worked alongside doctors and translating for patients to aid in treating people from a poor neighborhood outside Managua, Nicaragua
  • Worked on strategies and team management with several other people to achieve success in many aspects of the sport.
  • Greet people as they arrive for the service, assisting people with special needs, and collecting the offering.
  • Worked along with a cooking team of four or more people while we all crafted our own cooking skills.
  • Volunteer Experience: I volunteered for the LA Food Bank which serves food for the people in need.
  • Experience with customer service and cashiering with excellent people skills demonstrated at McDonald's working from 9/2007- 8/2010.
  • Help people to apply what they learn in their lives to be morally, physically and spiritually clean.
  • Worked with People's Gas Company on energy conservation days to teach residents energy savings and safety.

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49. Weekly Basis

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Here's how Weekly Basis is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Worked elementary age children in the local community on a weekly basis tutoring them working on classroom assignments and developmental activities.
  • Worked with a community of cognitively impaired individuals on a bi-weekly basis in order to build a stronger community relationship.
  • Managed communications, social media and promotions; scheduled volunteer orientations; photographed pets on a weekly basis
  • Tutored a 4th grader on a weekly basis to improve reading and comprehension capacity significantly through academic year
  • Organized educational and team building games for elementary school students on a weekly basis
  • Visited assigned clients on a weekly basis to provide socialization and companionship.
  • Created educational activities and mentored students on a biweekly basis.
  • Communicate effectively on a weekly basis regarding Sunday morning assignments.
  • Reported progress to principal investigator on a weekly basis.
  • Provide on a bi-weekly basis; counseling and religious advise to the shelter occupants with a focus on the young adult.
  • Mentored several youth on a variety of skills by meeting with them on a weekly basis and working with their parents.
  • Interacted with 20-40 clients on a weekly basis, completed tasks based on priority, problem-solved situations based on limited supplies.
  • Maintained order, safety, and cleanliness of the facility on a weekly basis; participated in the quality improvement process.
  • Volunteered on a weekly basis in Austin's Playroom, a playroom open to children receiving inpatient treatment and their siblings.
  • Provided volunteer time in the office both on a weekly basis and as fill in when officer staff went on vacation.
  • Observed Golden Eagle nesting activities on a weekly basis and recorded any changes in behavior according to Boulder Open Space regulations
  • Volunteered in a 3rd grade classroom on a weekly basis working individually with a child who was a struggling reader
  • Generate detailed notes for more than five courses that are submitted to the Disability Resource Center on a weekly basis
  • Provide safety and care for needs of infant's age 3mo to 4yrs of age on a bi-weekly basis.
  • Mentor and tutor homeless youth on a weekly basis in various subjects including math, reading, and writing.

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50. Administrative Tasks

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Here's how Administrative Tasks is used in Volunteer jobs:
  • Observed evaluations with physical therapists, prepared equipment for patient use, and assisted physical therapist with administrative tasks.
  • Performed administrative tasks; assisted therapists during treatment; supervised patients' activities while creating an amiable environment.
  • Volunteer working with international seafarer population including store management, mail processing, administrative tasks, training new employees/volunteers
  • Performed office administrative tasks such as taking information, filing documentation, contacting customers, setting up appointments
  • Provided information for patients deemed necessary to complete speech and hearing screenings and assisted with administrative tasks.
  • Perform administrative tasks necessary for worker organizing such as maintaining database, producing materials and correspondence.
  • Obtained vital exposure to the hospital environment by completing 125 volunteer hours completing various administrative tasks
  • Volunteer works at school assisting different academic and administrative tasks includes handling different office equipment.
  • Assisted with administrative tasks such as taking inventory of marketing supplies and coordinating an organizational plan
  • Conducted surveillance of criminal activity and performed administrative tasks while working with law enforcement.
  • Supervised and performed a wide range of administrative tasks supporting customer service efforts.
  • Performed administrative tasks such as filing and organizing informational packets for incoming patients.
  • Assisted Chamber President and Board of Directors Chairman in organizational and administrative tasks.
  • Assist Administrative Coordinator and Managers of Patient Care Systems with general administrative tasks.
  • Completed administrative tasks for incoming campers and maintenance tasks for campground renovations.
  • Completed administrative tasks and customer service for adoption services and public outreach.
  • Provided customer service and administrative tasks and resolve customer issues with expediency.
  • Performed various administrative tasks as needed including organizing and filing records.
  • Assisted the director and pedagogical director with operational and administrative tasks.
  • Interviewed participants and completed other administrative tasks during participant intake process.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Volunteer

Patient Care10.5%
Customer Service10.1%
Safe Environment9%
Child Care8.1%
Community Outreach7.9%
Phone Calls5.3%
Special Events5.1%
Mathematics4.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Volunteer

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
7.5%
7.5%
2
2
Customer Service
Customer Service
7.2%
7.2%
3
3
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
6.4%
6.4%
4
4
Child Care
Child Care
5.8%
5.8%
5
5
Community Outreach
Community Outreach
5.7%
5.7%
6
6
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
3.8%
3.8%
7
7
Special Events
Special Events
3.7%
3.7%
8
8
Mathematics
Mathematics
3.4%
3.4%
9
9
Data Entry
Data Entry
3.4%
3.4%
10
10
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
2.8%
2.8%
11
11
Community Service
Community Service
2.7%
2.7%
12
12
Girls
Girls
2.6%
2.6%
13
13
Front Desk
Front Desk
2.5%
2.5%
14
14
Special Needs
Special Needs
2.5%
2.5%
15
15
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
2.4%
2.4%
16
16
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
2.1%
2.1%
17
17
Bible
Bible
1.8%
1.8%
18
18
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
1.8%
1.8%
19
19
Sort
Sort
1.8%
1.8%
20
20
Habitat
Habitat
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Medical Records
Medical Records
1.6%
1.6%
22
22
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
1.5%
1.5%
23
23
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
1.5%
1.5%
24
24
CPR
CPR
1.4%
1.4%
25
25
Veterans
Veterans
1.3%
1.3%
26
26
Pantry
Pantry
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence
1.2%
1.2%
28
28
Internet
Internet
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
Non-Profit Organization
Non-Profit Organization
1%
1%
30
30
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
1%
1%
31
31
Olympics
Olympics
1%
1%
32
32
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
1%
1%
33
33
Gift Shop
Gift Shop
1%
1%
34
34
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
Patient Rooms
Patient Rooms
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
Small Groups
Small Groups
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
Medical Supplies
Medical Supplies
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
Positive Role Model
Positive Role Model
0.8%
0.8%
40
40
Soup Kitchen
Soup Kitchen
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
Facebook
Facebook
0.8%
0.8%
42
42
Menu Items
Menu Items
0.8%
0.8%
43
43
Independent Living
Independent Living
0.7%
0.7%
44
44
Animal Care
Animal Care
0.7%
0.7%
45
45
Alzheimer
Alzheimer
0.7%
0.7%
46
46
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
0.7%
0.7%
47
47
HIV
HIV
0.7%
0.7%
48
48
People
People
0.7%
0.7%
49
49
Weekly Basis
Weekly Basis
0.6%
0.6%
50
50
Administrative Tasks
Administrative Tasks
0.6%
0.6%

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