If you perform charity or volunteer work, you probably do so because you believe in the cause and you have a desire to help others. However, while helping others you could also be helping your own career as well. Volunteer work can be a very important part of your resume and can help you to impress your potential employer, as Forbes discussed last year.
Whether you are volunteering overseas, helping children, fundraising for a charity, caring for the elderly, teaching children or anything else, your volunteer experience will be a very valuable part of your resume. When you are writing your cover letter or going to interviews, your volunteer experience will be a topic that will engage and inspire your potential employers and show them that you have genuine passion, clarity of vision and leadership skills.
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