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Sep 01, 2020 When writing down your information on a volunteer application template, you should emphasize your passion to help others. Make sure to include the following information in your form: Your name and contact details. Your name takes the first position in the form followed by your contact details. Your reasons for volunteering. Hybels says the key to the future of the church is the equation X (paid staff) + Y (volunteers) = Z (bearing much fruit for God’s glory). Churches cannot afford to continue hiring more and more staff with limited budgets. And so the key to resourcing the church is what Hybels calls the Y factor. The Y factor is the pool of volunteers in every.

A survey of the volunteer mediators at the Public Mediation Center PDF
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Productive Roles in an Older Society

Author: National Research Council,Institute of Medicine,Committee on an Aging Society
Release: 1986-02-01
Publisher: National Academies Press
Reads: 168
ISBN: 9780309036375
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This second volume in the Institute of Medicine's series on America's Aging explores the various productive roles that the growing number of elderly individuals can play in society through volunteer work. Some of the issues addressed include the main incentives and impediments to elderly volunteerism, the various forms of unpaid productive work and how they affect the health and well-being of the volunteer, and the recruitment of elderly volunteers that is done by various organizations. For policymakers, economists, sociologists, gerontologists, and social services agencies, this is an indispensable resource for the future.

Active Ageing

Author: Andrea Principi,Per H. Jensen,Giovanni Lamura
Release: 2014
Publisher: Policy Press
Reads: 352
ISBN: 9781447307204
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Provides important new insights for academics and students interested in ageing societies, active ageing and voluntary work. It will also be of great value for policy makers and practitioner in third sector and voluntary organisations.

The Older Volunteer

Author: C. Neil Bull,Nancy D. Levine
Release: 1993
Publisher: Greenwood
Reads: 111
ISBN: UOM:39076001341671
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This bibliography contains annotated entries for nearly 400 topically arranged works on the older adult as volunteer.

To Reauthorize the Older Americans Volunteer Programs

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Human Resources
Release: 1983
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 267
ISBN: UCR:31210024922575
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Oversight Hearing on the Older American Volunteer Programs Foster Grandparent Senior Companions and RSVP

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Human Resources
Release: 1986
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 58
ISBN: UCR:31210016339747
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Hearing on the Reauthorization of the Older American Volunteer Programs

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Human Resources
Release: 1989
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 152
ISBN: UCR:31210014696841
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The Older Volunteer Speaks on New Roles in Retirement with Recommendations for the 1971 White House Conference on Aging

Author: Serve Volunteer Training Institute
Release: 1971
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 146
ISBN: UOM:39015072125134
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To extend the older Americans volunteer programs

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Human Resources
Release: 1981
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 92
ISBN: UCR:31210024746065
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Older Volunteer Training Program

Author: Mary M. Seguin
Release: 1974
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 44
ISBN: PSU:000030794740
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Volunteering and Social Capital

Author: Saranjah Subramaniam
Release: 2016
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 329
ISBN: OCLC:1032932004
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A Place for Everyone

Author: American Association of Community and Junior Colleges. Older Americans Program
Release: 1980
Publisher: Community College Pr/Amer Assoc
Reads: 72
ISBN: STANFORD:36105031515518
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Releasing the Potential of the Older Volunteer

Author: Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center. Older Volunteer Project. Publication Committee
Release: 1976
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 88
ISBN: UOM:39015010141748
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The Older Volunteer

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Author: Anonim
Release: 1988
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 6
ISBN: OCLC:19041046
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Recommendations for Developing the Retired Senior Volunteer Program

Author: Leo Kramer, inc
Release: 1971
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 329
ISBN: UVA:X001511347
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Volunteer Services for Older People

Author: Anonim
Release: 1962
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 4
ISBN: MINN:31951D03507465P
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Older American Volunteer Programs 1979

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Human Resources. Subcommittee on Child and Human Development
Release: 1980
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 73
ISBN: STANFORD:36105112084251
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The Senior Volunteer

Author: Charles C. Sharpe
Release: 2005-06-15
Publisher: McFarland
Reads: 211
ISBN: 9780786421442
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The goal of this comprehensive volume is to encourage volunteerism among retired and older people, for their own good and for the good of society. To this end, it documents the physical and psychosocial benefits, and the personal rewards, that derive from a productive volunteer experience. The book also discusses volunteerism in the context of changing concepts of aging and retirement in America, and presents an extensive listing of up-to-date opportunities for prospective volunteers, bringing the idea of volunteer work into the 21st century. Three appendices provide both hard data on the ways people volunteer in America today and specific guidance on learning how to use the Internet in volunteering--including a useful glossary of Internet terms. A list of sources cited, in print and on the Internet, and an index complete the work.

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Career Interests and Volunteerism

Author: Maureen Kim Keaveny
Release: 2016
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 146
ISBN: OCLC:988033674
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Problems with recruiting and retaining older volunteers have resulted in less than one-quarter of older adults participating in volunteer activities (BLS, 2016). Much emphasis on volunteer motivations have been placed to enhance volunteer engagement among late-midlife and older adults (e.g., Davis et al., 2003). Although career motivations have not been shown to predict late-midlife and older adults volunteer participation (Planalp & Trost, 2009), there is some empirical evidence supporting the relevance of career domains in later life (Greller, 2006). By reframing volunteering as a compensatory strategy, the purpose of the current study was to evaluate factors, including career-related interests, that affect volunteer satisfaction and commitment among late-midlife and older volunteers. A series of hypotheses were posited to examine contributions to volunteer satisfaction and to future volunteer commitment, including volunteer motivation and congruence between career interests of volunteers and characteristics of the volunteer activities (volunteer-activity congruence). The online survey contained measures for study variables, including the Volunteer Functional Inventory (volunteer motivations) and Personal Globe Inventory (career interests). Participants (N = 167) were recruited from community and government volunteer programs with the average age of volunteers being 68.65 years old (SD = 9.36; range 50 to 90 years). The majority of volunteers were female (54.5%), White or Caucasian (90.4%), married (58.2%), reported some college experience (96.5%) and were retired (68.9%). Results from the current study indicated that time volunteering, volunteer motivations, and volunteer-activity congruence did not significantly predict volunteer satisfaction, accounting for 9.2% of the variance. In contrast, the final model did significantly predict volunteer commitment and accounted for 13.1% of the model variance, with altruistic values remaining a significant contributor to volunteer commitment. Findings from the current study highlight inconsistencies noted in previous research regarding volunteer motivations, satisfaction, and commitment. Possible generational influences on altruistic values and volunteerism were also noted. Although volunteer-activity congruence alone was not predictive of volunteer satisfaction or of commitment, results from the study warrant additional investigations in career interests and volunteering among late-midlife and older adults. Limitations of the current study and implications for volunteer recruitment and retention were also discussed.

Exploring Korean Older Adults Perceptions of and Decisions to Volunteer

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Author: Hae Jung Shin
Release: 2011
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 220
ISBN: OCLC:743793350
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Volunteerism has long been seen as a positive civic engagement activity for people of all ages in the Western countries, but has only relatively recently taken on a similar importance in Korea. Given that the older population has dramatically increased in Korea and is expected to grow even more, from 11% in 2010 to 38% by 2050, senior volunteerism is being promoted by the Korean government (through a series of policies) as a promising way to engage older adults in the community and society. Little is known however about older adults' perceptions of the value of volunteer experiences and how they decide whether or not to volunteer. The purpose of this phenomenological qualitative study was to explore the lived experiences of Korean older adults, ages 60 and older, about the phenomenon of volunteerism. Data were collected from thirty older adults, ages 60 and older, (Volunteers N=20; Non-volunteers N=10), recruited from one senior welfare center in Seoul and one community welfare center in Gwangmyeong City. This study consisted of semi-structured in-depth interviews. Each interview was audio-taped and transcribed in Korean. The transcribed interviews were examined and the meaning units and the essence of the experiences were extracted using the data analysis methodology developed by Moustakas (1994). From these, common themes that emerged were examined for possible theory development. Two exploratory decision-making models were proposed from the data/common themes. The models illuminate the perceptions of volunteerism among these Korean older adults as influenced by background contextual factors and a range of facilitators/barriers, including recruitment and supportive strategies that seem to be linked to the decision to volunteer or to continue to volunteer. The in-depth understanding of volunteer motivations and experiences gained from this study provided insight into social work and gerontology practice strategies, such as creation of collaborative agency networks to promote volunteerism, that can be developed to address the needs of both older adults and the larger society. These efforts can contribute to the recognition of older adults not just as a growing segment of the population in need of care, but as healthy, active, and productive contributors in society.

RSVP Retired and Senior Volunteer Program

Author: Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (U.S.)
Release: 2000
Publisher: Unknown
Reads: 329
ISBN: MSU:31293017377502
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