You will have heard many a time that volunteering makes you more employable, (highlighting that your initiative, social conscious and ability to work as team)
but most find that volunteering ends up being more than just an extra bullet on their CV.
The beneficial effects of volunteering on health outcomes have been well documented. Research has found that participation in voluntary services
is significantly predictive of better mental and physical health It has been proven in and countless papers outline that ‘students
get a sense of relief from getting off campus for a few hours each week and devoting themselves to something
productive that allows them to take their mind away from the pressures of college life.