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Face it. We now live in an age where young people are upset with the status quo, but dwell on problems without working towards solutions. Frustrations over few job openings for the unemployed, stagnate pay with little upside potential, and not being called in for interviews are just a few of the problems that plague our planets new leaders. The time has come to revive the long lost art and practice of volunteering in your community to make it a better place to live. Volunteering is not only benefitting to the people receiving assistance from the selfless volunteer, but it also bolsters the volunteers job experience and brightens their personal lives. Charity, hard work, and empathy go hand in hand in this environment, where citizens leave their homes, sometimes for weeks, in order to help eliminate the suffering of countless human beings. The current political environment has left most in America divided to a point where we will not even converse with each other on relevant issues due to the divisive nature propped up by the media, music, and entertainment industries. Standing together as human beings and lending a hand to others in a time of need, is what can without a doubt unite a community which will then advance itself in many ways just due to the open dialogue.

Ten Questions I will use for my interview

  1. What is your name, what is your position, and how long have you been volunteering?
  2. Could you give a brief history of the Red Cross?
  3. What is your background with the Red Cross?
  4. What is your background in volunteerism all together?
  5. What brought you into this line of work?
  6. Where have you been and what have you done? (memories with biggest impact)
  7. How does a young person go about signing up with the Red Cross?
  8. Every person is different, are they different areas that are open?
  9. What are the benefits that young people can gain from joining a volunteer organization?
  10. What is the one thing you would like to reach out and tell my readers about volunteering and what the Red Cross does and can do for them?

 

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