SHOWING ARTICLES TAGGED WITH Volunteering

Benefit yourself and others by volunteering outside. If you remember these 6 things, you’ll find the right place to spend your time in service in the great outdoors.

To Get the Health Benefits of Being Outdoors, Volunteer

Benefit yourself and others by volunteering outside. If you remember these 6 things, you’ll find the right place to spend your time in service in the great outdoors.

by Kara Baskin

Get your skills up-to-date with temp work, part-time work or by volunteering or going back to school.

4 Ways To Shorten Your Job Search

Get your skills up-to-date with temp work, part-time work or by volunteering or going back to school.

by AARP Foundation

These days more and more people are volunteering their unique talents and passions to make life better for folks all over the globe. You can too.

Skills-Based Volunteering: Do What You Love and Change the World

These days more and more people are volunteering their unique talents and passions to make life better for folks all over the globe. You can too.

by Jean Chatzky

Want to do a lot of good, not just a little? Ask yourself these key questions.

Effective Altruism: Philanthropy’s New Frontier

Want to do a lot of good, not just a little? Ask yourself these key questions.

by Kara Baskin

Want to leave a legacy? Start making it happen today

Be Remembered For Your Work

Want to leave a legacy? Start making it happen today

by Kara Baskin

Doing good and helping others is where it’s at

This Valentine’s Day, Spread the Love

Doing good and helping others is where it’s at

by Janice Holly Booth

  Doing good can make you feel great, as long as you look before you leap

6 Things to Know Before Launching a Nonprofit

Doing good can make you feel great, as long as you look before you leap

by Kara Baskin

It’s one of the fastest growing professions, and one of the most rewarding. Here’s how to check it out

5 Ways To See if Nursing Is for You

It’s one of the fastest growing professions, and one of the most rewarding. Here’s how to check it out

by Sarah Mahoney

Follow these guidelines, and your good works can cast a welcome glow on your work.

5 Ways Volunteering Can Boost Your Career

Follow these guidelines, and your good works can cast a welcome glow on your work.

by Victoria Stefanakos

Reconfigure your job to make yourself happier

How To Thrive, Not Just Survive

Reconfigure your job to make yourself happier

by Eilene Zimmerman

This sportswriter finally landed the job of his dreams. Learn from what he did right – and wrong.

How I Got the Job: The 4 Year Search

This sportswriter finally landed the job of his dreams. Learn from what he did right – and wrong.

by Sarah Mahoney

2 critical questions to ask before you agree to help lead a nonprofit

Board Memberships: To Serve or Not To Serve

2 critical questions to ask before you agree to help lead a nonprofit

by Eilene Zimmerman

Yes, there is a way to put a smile back on your face, even when you’re dying to push eject! on a job you just can’t leave.

“My Job Is Making Me Miserable 24/7”

Yes, there is a way to put a smile back on your face, even when you’re dying to push eject! on a job you just can’t leave.

by Pamela Mitchell

Leave the cookie-cutter hotels and tourist-clogged beaches far behind and live out your grown-up fantasies with these hot travel trends.

Travel Reimagined: Cool Vacations That Can Change Your Life

Leave the cookie-cutter hotels and tourist-clogged beaches far behind and live out your grown-up fantasies with these hot travel trends.

by Kent Black

A Six-Country Tale of Love, Loss, Fatherhood, Fate, and Singing Bon Jovi in Bethlehem.

The Voluntourist

A Six-Country Tale of Love, Loss, Fatherhood, Fate, and Singing Bon Jovi in Bethlehem.

by By Ken Budd

How making mistakes can help revitalize your life.

Dare to Be Stupid

How making mistakes can help revitalize your life.

by Ken Budd

Ken Budd, author of “The Voluntourist,” tells how his father’s death started him on a path to find his own legacy. Plus, he shares an exclusive excerpt from his book.

Living A Life That Matters

Ken Budd, author of “The Voluntourist,” tells how his father’s death started him on a path to find his own legacy. Plus, he shares an exclusive excerpt from his book.

by Cate Lineberry

How to give in less time than it takes to trim a tree

Helping Others Is Easy While Holding onto Your Personal Time

How to give in less time than it takes to trim a tree

by by Ken Budd

Silly as it is, the new movie has learning points about what to do when you are jobless (and clueless)

The Internship: Career Change Hollywood-Style

Silly as it is, the new movie has learning points about what to do when you are jobless (and clueless)

by Richard Satran