Essay Name Professor Course Date Effects of volunteering Volunteering is offering to freely do something for the benefit of others. One may volunteer to offer services to others at no cost. As much as one offer to volunteer there are effects associated with volunteerism both to the public and the individual. This effects are as analyzed in the following paragraphs. Wilson John and Marc Musick. "The effects of volunteering on the volunteer." (1999): 141-168. Wilson states that there are various effects associated with volunteering to the public as well as to an individuals. In order to create a community that is focused on achieving happiness for all in all aspects of the community not only is an efficient clean well-run society needed but citizens must have pride in their community and the work they workers will be needed to organize and teach volunteers. Volunteer Centers will be set up all over towns with different people assigned to report to different centers. These centers will need employees to assign volunteers to a project and teach them how to do said projects. This will prevent public employees from being laid off. Furthermore to encourage citizens to actively participate incentives will be given for those who go above and beyond the requirements: anyone who volunteers over 140 hours will receive grant money to be used for college trade school or other forms of continued education. This will contribute to a more educated and hence superior society. The mandatory distribution of self-sufficient volunteerism combined with opportunities for tuition money will help to create a more just society and a more virtuous people. [...]
Annotated Bibliography Sample and Outline for cause and effect should be on the topic of (1) the effects of volunteering, OR (2) causes related to why one might choose to (or desire to) volunteer for an organization.