Employment & Volunteering: Volunteering Tree Diagram - WORKSHEET





This FREE worksheet includes 1 page from our Practical Life Skills - Employment & Volunteering title.

This Tree Diagram allows students to map out their interests with potential volunteering opportunities. This worksheet can be used on its own, or paired with the individual resource. And the best part is, it's FREE.

How to use this Graphic Organizer:

What are you good at? How can you best help others? These are all things to think about before you volunteer. Is there a place youÍve always wanted to learn more about? Did a friend tell you about a great experience they had? It can be hard to decide where you want to donate your time. A good way to organize your thoughts is with a diagram. When you have a visual organizer, your choice will be clear. In this tree diagram, you will think about your choices. What are you passionate about? These will be at the top level. Examples may be animals, playing music, or sports. From each of these, draw a line. Think of some charities around you. Where can you use that skill? Who helps that group of people? Who else loves animals? You will write those underneath your skills. You should have lots of ideas of where to help when youÍre done. Get out there! Have fun!

About the full resource, Practical Life Skills - Employment & Volunteering:

Give students the tools they need to get a job. Prepare students with tips on filling out a job application and writing a resume. Get to know what kind of questions to expect at an interview and how to prepare for them. Gain the skills needed to thrive on the job and properly communicate with peers and supervisors. Find out the benefits of volunteering and know what your rights are as employees. Comprised of reading passages, graphic organizers, real-world activities, crossword, word search and comprehension quiz, our resource combines high interest concepts with low vocabulary to ensure all learners comprehend the essential skills required in life. All of our content is reproducible and aligned to your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.

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