7 Reasons to Join a Community Service Organization
A community service organization offers members the opportunity to make a difference in the world, while furthering personal and career goals.
What is a Community Service Organization?
A community service organization, or community service club, is a voluntary nonprofit group. Members of the club meet together to support charitable causes, to socialize, and to share educational and personal growth opportunities.
Community Service Organization Benefits
When you are a member of a service club you will be able to:
Build Your Network
Create and nurture a professional network that can connect you to new opportunities.
Gain Valuable Skills
Gain valuable business skills and experience, such as leadership, presentation, problem solving and time management.
Get the Chance to Do Good
Use your talents to do good in your local, national or international community. Plus, get the support to see projects through.
Take Advantage of Continuing Education
Get new educational opportunities through club speakers and educational seminars.
Learn More About the World
Gain cultural awareness and knowledge social justice issues.
Make New Friends
Find life-long friends who have a variety of interests and talents.
Get Great Perks
Enjoy the additional perks when you join a community service organization, such as free travel assistance.
Operation Warm has long-standing partnerships with community organizations and sees the positive difference members make. Learn more about Operation Warm’s community partners.
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