The Faces of Volunteerism in the U.S. [Infographic]

You work with volunteers on a regular basis. Or perhaps you’re a volunteer yourself. But do you ever wonder what volunteerism looks like on a larger scale, throughout the United States?

Wonder no more! Our friends at OnlineMPHToday.com have answered that question with an infographic. Gathering statistics from sources such as Volunteer Engagement 2.0: Ideas and Insights Changing the World, they summarize who is volunteering in the U.S. today:

2015 Volunteer Statistics Infographic by Online MPH Today
 

Thanks, OnlineMPHToday.com!

4 thoughts on “The Faces of Volunteerism in the U.S. [Infographic]

  1. I worked in mortgage servicing for 8 years and the organization I worked for had a major volunteer presence around the world. I was laid off from the company but I was able to find my life’s passion from the volunteer opportunities that were made available. My dream job description is:
    I am seeking the position of Project Manager with a mid to large corporation, which has a major Corporate Responsibility (Philanthropic) presence within local communities and abroad. I have been blessed and experienced as a Project Manager for many Employee Engagement activities which support nonprofit organizations that are selected by major corporations. I am currently studying for the PMP (PMI) exam to add certification to all the skills I already possess, and use the PMBOK processes and methodology to enhance the Corporate Responsibility objectives of the corporation.
    I live in the Dallas Fort Worth, TX area and would love to send my resume or network with anyone who could use my talent to support their organization. Thank you

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  3. I worked in the mortgage servicing industry for more than 40 years. I taught on subjects regarding loss mitigation for government loans and on government servicing of loans. I was a trustee for foreclosures in in the metroplex and can instruct on how to avoid foreclosure.

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