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GO! Network, Personal Growth | Professional Opportunities, is a community, delivering hope and encouragement to the growing population of business professionals who have lost their jobs – providing personal and professional growth through life, education and career opportunities.

We achieve this mission through the commitment and talent of our member-volunteers. GO! Network offers volunteer opportunities for those interested in sharing their talents, building their resumes, and staying sharp during this transitional time in their lives. Volunteers share their expertise and are key contributors to influencing the direction of the organization and making GO! Network a success.

Committee opportunities:

Community Outreach/Development

Event Logistics

Information Technology

LinkedIn

Marketing Communications

New Member Orientation

One-time/Special Projects

Programs

If you would like to be a part of a GO! Network Volunteer Committee, please Click Here to Sign Up!

 

Volunteering at Other Organizations

Rev. Steve Lawler, founder of the Lawler Organization, adjunct professor of leadership and business ethics at Washington University,and GO! Network presenter, advises job-seekers to “Know yourself. Be yourself. Give yourself away.”

To “give yourself away,” he explains, is to use your time and talents to help others. Doing this will not only help your community, but also will benefit you.

When you become detached mentally from yourself and concentrate on helping other people with their difficulties, you will be able to cope with your own more effectively. Somehow, the act of self-giving is a personal power-releasing factor. — Norman Vincent Peale

Volunteerism opportunities abound. Some examples include:

  • Local civic groups and other nonprofit organizations
  • National service organizations, such as Habitat for Humanity or Big Brother/Big Sister
  • Churches and schools
  • Literacy programs
  • Shelters for the homeless or victims of domestic abuse
  • Area food banks or meal delivery services
  • See www.volunteermatch.org for more ideas

Choose one or more and contact them to find out how you can help. Soon you’ll find yourself building new relationships, supporting your community, and enjoying a more positive outlook.

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