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Why volunteer? Volunteers play an integral role in the community. Volunteers affect community relations, growth, and overall wellbeing. Volunteering goes beyond helping the population on the military bases in Okinawa, you can help build bridges with
our host nation through volunteerism. This will also give insight into different cultures in a meaningful way.
Where do I volunteer? There are several ways you can find volunteer opportunities in Okinawa, you can join our email list, call us at 645-3749 or 098-970-3749, email at
VolunterNow@Okinawa.USMC-MCCS.org, or set up an appointment with our Volunteer Program Coordinator to identify specific opportunities.
Why volunteer? What’s in it for me? People volunteer for a wide variety of reasons, especially wanting to help others. But it's also okay to want some benefits for yourself from volunteering. The best volunteering does involve the desire to serve others, but this does not exclude other
motivations, as well. If you are currently a volunteer or are interested in becoming a volunteer, there are many benefits you can receive from volunteering. After all, many programs would not be able to function without YOU!
RSVP for the Passport to Volunteering Class
RSVP for the Volunteer Management Class
RSVP for the Lead Okinawa: Teen Volunteer Workshop
Here are a few benefits that you can gain from volunteering:
· Presidential Volunteer Service Award (PVSA)
· Volunteer Service Award
· Learn new skills or brush up on old ones
· Meet new people and make new friends
· Work flexible hours
· Learn about different base services
· Receive on-the-job training
· Fills gaps in resumes
· Network and build networking relationships with individuals within your community
· Receive recognition for your volunteer work
· Invest in your community
· Fulfill community service obligations
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Would you like to share a volunteer opportunity? Please fill out this form and submit it to VolunteerNow@Okinawa.USMC-MCCS.org
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