Donald Cooper One principle that applies to my experience in the community is that part-time do gooders are welcome. I run the Martin Luther King Afterschool program and at the beginning of the year we didn’t have as many volunteers as possible. However, as time passed more volunteers participated as much as they could and we always welcomed them. We did not mind if they had to leave an hour or two or if they came a little late. The kids we volunteered for were always happy to see new people and did not mind if the volunteers came a little late. We also received a lot more volunteers when the PAF 101 community service hours were due. We were not discouraged that they were just coming for the hours and not because they wanted to. Some of the volunteers told me that they would definitely come back and this would not be the last time. So the principle part time do gooders are welcome pertains to the MLK afterschool program that I run a lot because we are always willing to take new volunteers. One thing that I observed was that some of the volunteers would come late or
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2012 for the course PAF 110 taught by Professor Walker,m during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.