A Student's Guide to Volunteering
For all of those already volunteering -- and all those ready to but not sure where to begin -- A Student's Guide to Volunteering offers a comprehensive road map through specific areas of volunteer service.Part 1 offers factual information about the six fields of public service that, according to directors of volunteer agencies, are most open to teen participation -- education, the environment, health care, the homeless and needy, politics and government, substance abuse. Part 2 is a comprehensive national directory of volunteer organizations that welcome teen participation. Theresa is the author or co-author of 19 other books. This is her first title for Career Press.
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A Students Guide
Chapter Two Health Care
Chapter Three Substance Abuse Prevention
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