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Английский язык, опубликовано 05.04.2018

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You've been studying hard for your final exams all
year and finally they're over. Ifs time to start
applying for your first job and earning money, or
applying to go to university, or is it? Some people
decide to do something quite different before they
settle down to a full-time job or education.
Every year, thousands of young adults from all over the world
take part in a once-in-a·lifetime adventure. Voluntary
organisations such as the 'International Voluntary Service' and
'Operation Raleigh' offer young adults the chance to live abroad,
and work on projects which help the community or the
environment. Volunteers can be found in Greece helping to
protect the falling numbers of black bears, working in residential
homes in Portugal or even helping gorillas in Rwanda. There are
110 pre-conditions in terms of nationality, ability, qualifications or
social background. Volunteers need only a passport, a
reference, and enthusiasm.
According to T1m Grieve. who works with young adults on
these projects, 'This is a unique learning experience for anyone who takes part - and an opportunity to build up friendships all
over the world. Each volunteer is looked after by someone from
the host project, and every participating country provides
support:
Kate, a volunteer who worked in a children's home in India,
told us why she decided to volunteer, 'I wanted to feel that I was
going to do something really useful. I had an idea that I could
make a difference.' Most volunteers are not paid wages or a
salary, but are given accommodation and food, and sometimes
receive an allowance. Training is usually offered to volunteers
both before and during their time away - and they can get
advice on finding other employment after their return to their
own country.
So what do people get out of volunteering? Nick, who worked
with elephants in Malawi last year, says. 'One day I was sitting
in my bedroom in London looking at elephants on the TV, the
next day I was staring into the eyes of an elephant and helping
to scrub his back. I made loads of friends that I wouldn't have
made in London, and had some incredible experiences. It
changed my outlook on life:
Volunteering can help you develop skills which are attractive
to employers and universities, such as independence. initiative
and social skills. So what are you waiting for? Anyone who is
interested in volunteering, or wants further information, can
contact their nearest volunteer agency, or look for opportunities
on the many volunteer websites on the Internet.

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Английский язык, опубликовано 05.04.2018

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