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Skilled Traveling Volunteers: Does It Really Matter?

Skilled Traveling Volunteers: Does It Really Matter?

Not long ago I had a conversation with an individual who was thinking about traveling to volunteer. They were struggling with elements related to this activity, such as, how much money it would cost; the necessary time off from work; and what skills (if any) would be required. Although the conservation varied, the discussion tended to stay focused on the topic of skills-based volunteering. Many questions emerged. Should they consider utilizing their skills, or would a great attitude be enough? Do community projects really need skilled volunteers, or does it really matter? While there may be some merits associated with needed unskilled labor in some contexts, such as clearing trash from ocean-side beaches, according to academic research, skills-based volunteering does matter. Here are top four reasons why.

A Week in the Life - Tim Pearce

A Week in the Life - Tim Pearce

Ever wonder what it's like to be a venture nomad? Use this post as a viewfinder to answer any questions and to see what it's like to lead the life of a participant at Venture with Impact. Continue reading to find out more about the week in the life of Tim Pearce.

OUR TOP 9 REMOTE WORK BLOGS

OUR TOP 9 REMOTE WORK BLOGS

Whether you’re new to nomadic work or a worldly pro, these are our favorite remote work themed blogs you won’t want to miss!