“TeenVolunteerism”<br />“How do <br />non-profit<br />associations<br />motivate<br />youngpeople?”<br />Meryem YILDIZ<br />
Content:<br />“Definitions of “Volunteerism”<br />-What is “Volunteerism”? - (R.Q.)<br />“Whyteensvolunteer?”<br />-Why do...
Definitions of “Volunteerism”<br />Volunteering is Inspiring…<br /><ul><li>A volunteeris an individual who performs hours ...
Definitions of “Volunteerism”<br />Volunteerism is a process, in experience that is essential to growth – to go beyond one...
Whyteensvolunteer?<br />Seventy percent (70 %) of youngvolunteersthink that:<br />“Volunteering makes people feel good abo...
Whyteensvolunteer?<br />The most noteworthy reasons for volunteering: *<br />“feeling compassion for people in need” <br /...
teensarevolunteer…Because:<br />Volunteersarepeoplewhocare!<br />Theysee a problem in somewhereandthey<br />wanttosolve it...
THESE ARE HANDS!<br />WHAT <br />WOULD YOU <br />DO <br />WITH YOURS?<br />
Thebenefitsforteenvolunteers…<br />Volunteering can helpyoutoexploreyourinterests.<br />Volunteering can helpyoulearnabout...
Thebenefitsforteenvolunteers…<br />Volunteeractivitiesaddvaluetocollegeapplicationsandworkresumes<br />It’sfun.<br />You’r...
conclusion…<br />Volunteer’sbenefitsare not aboutfinancial. <br />Theyfeelmoresatisfiedbybeing a part of solutionandchangi...
Referencelist<br />*Pearce, Jone L. (1993). `Volunteers : theorganizationalbehavior of unpaidworkers `,<br />London, Routl...
THANK YOU!!!<br />
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Teen Volunteerism / How do non-profit organisations motivate young people?

  1. 1. “TeenVolunteerism”<br />“How do <br />non-profit<br />associations<br />motivate<br />youngpeople?”<br />Meryem YILDIZ<br />
  2. 2. Content:<br />“Definitions of “Volunteerism”<br />-What is “Volunteerism”? - (R.Q.)<br />“Whyteensvolunteer?”<br />-Why do teenagersdecideto be a volunteer?- (R.Q.)<br />“Thebenefitsforteenvolunteers?”<br />-What is thebenefitforteenvolunteers at thenon-profitassociations?- (R.Q)<br />“Conclusion”<br />
  3. 3. Definitions of “Volunteerism”<br />Volunteering is Inspiring…<br /><ul><li>A volunteeris an individual who performs hours of service for an organization</li></ul>for civic, charitable, or humanitarian reasons, <br />without promise, <br />expectation or receipt of compensation for services rendered…<br />
  4. 4. Definitions of “Volunteerism”<br />Volunteerism is a process, in experience that is essential to growth – to go beyond oneself and one’s needs and wants, to think of others in the society, beyond our immediate circle and family. <br />Volunteerism is essential to growth as a citizen, a stakeholder in the society. <br />Volunteerism develops habits of the heart and mind.<br />
  5. 5. Whyteensvolunteer?<br />Seventy percent (70 %) of youngvolunteersthink that:<br />“Volunteering makes people feel good about themselves.”*<br />
  6. 6. Whyteensvolunteer?<br />The most noteworthy reasons for volunteering: *<br />“feeling compassion for people in need” <br />(86 %)<br />“having an interest in the volunteer-type activity or work” (72 %)<br />“gaining a new perspective on things” <br />(70 %)<br />“the import of the activity to those in need” <br />(63 %)<br />
  7. 7. teensarevolunteer…Because:<br />Volunteersarepeoplewhocare!<br />Theysee a problem in somewhereandthey<br />wanttosolve it!<br />Volunteering is takingaction!<br />Theyare not talkingaboutsomething. They<br />Aredoingsomething!<br />Volunteeringchangesthelives!<br />
  8. 8. THESE ARE HANDS!<br />WHAT <br />WOULD YOU <br />DO <br />WITH YOURS?<br />
  9. 9.
  10. 10. Thebenefitsforteenvolunteers…<br />Volunteering can helpyoutoexploreyourinterests.<br />Volunteering can helpyoulearnaboutpossiblecareers.<br />You can meetpeopleyoumight not ordinarilymeet.<br />
  11. 11. Thebenefitsforteenvolunteers…<br />Volunteeractivitiesaddvaluetocollegeapplicationsandworkresumes<br />It’sfun.<br />You’resharingyourtalentsandknowledgewithothers.<br />You’readvancingthecommongood.<br />
  12. 12. conclusion…<br />Volunteer’sbenefitsare not aboutfinancial. <br />Theyfeelmoresatisfiedbybeing a part of solutionandchanging!!!<br /> “Volunteerism=Opportunity”<br />
  13. 13. Referencelist<br />*Pearce, Jone L. (1993). `Volunteers : theorganizationalbehavior of unpaidworkers `,<br />London, Routledge<br />*Stebbins, Robert A. ; Graham, Margaret (2004). `Volunteering as leisure/leisure as volunteering : an internationalassessment` <br />Wallingford, CABI<br />*Naylor, Harriet H. (1967). `Volunteerstoday. Finding, trainingandworkingwiththem`<br />New York,Association<br />Boshe and Associates, Inc. (2001). Middletown, NJ. Retrieved January 21, 2004 from http://www.bohse.com/html/facts_on_volunteerism.html. <br />Boraas, S. (August 2003). “Volunteerism in the United States,” in the Monthly labor review. Washington, DC: Bureau of Labor Statistics. <br />Brundy, J.L. (1995). “Preparing the organization for volunteers,” In the Volunteer management handbook, Edited by Tracy Connors. New York, NY: Jon Wiley and Sons. <br />
  14. 14. THANK YOU!!!<br />

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