Guest Post by Katie Martino
- Make an impact. If you think that volunteering at an animal shelter isn’t actually helping the animals, think again. You’re joining a compassionate group of people whose common goal is to save animals. You’re making their jobs a little easier and freeing up their time to do more good in the world.
- Make new friends. Of course you’ll make friends with the people who work at the shelter, but I guarantee you’ll make a ton of new furry friends, too.
- Attain skills for a new job. You’ll learn a ton from volunteering at an animal shelter. You’ll be doing some hard labor, but you’ll also learn soft skills, too. Everything you learn volunteering will help you with your career. Who knows, maybe volunteering at an animal shelter will lead you down a new career path.
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