In the movie Monty Python’s Holy Grail, King Arthur of the Britons is charged with taking a sacred journey to recover one of the most revered relics of all time. He travels to distant lands, forms a band of some of the greatest knights of his era, and withstands wave after wave of ruthless taunting by the French. True to typical blogging form, I will now explain, through a vague and overextended metaphor, how an awesome parody of an Anglican myth relates to your college experience.
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Realizing what drives you to volunteer will aid you in finding the perfect volunteer organization. Is it to be challenged or to make an impact? It is to share or develop a skill? Is it a desire to enhance your resume? Is it guilt? Some reasons may be better than others, but the bottom line is everyone can serve.
Internships are extremely helpful in securing a future position at your desired place of employment. Fredonia.edu, reported that “on average, more than 50 percent of students are offered a full-time job after completing an internship.” Statistically, it is in your favor to complete an internship, particularly with the company where you see yourself in 10 or 20 years. The benefits of taking on an internship far outweigh reasons not to do an internship.