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Posted On: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 09:00 AM, by Laura Richardson
Orange County Alumnae Chapter members at a CASA event
Whether you're still in college or you've already entered the "Real World," you've got the energy to really make a difference! Your volunteer journey may have started on campus or through some Theta leadership role, but it quickly expands to community charities and causes you admire as you begin to make a name for yourself.

You prefer group activities like Habitat for Humanity and political campaigns that include a strong social component, so you can work AND have fun at the same time. Meeting new people and collecting new experiences is your priority as you give back.

• Engaging with a local alumnae chapter or circle
• Engaging with young alumnae group
• Advising at a college chapter
• Becoming a CASA volunteer
• Joining a local Panhellenic group
• Joining a professional networking group/chamber of commerce
• Volunteering abroad or through a City Year or AmeriCorps program on a national level
• Unpaid internships
• Junior League/service leagues
• Assisting with political canvassing/rallies
• Staying involved with causes from college

Laura Richardson, Beta Tau/Denison, is an alumnae district director and serves on the volunteer engagement committee. She is also a Life Loyal member.

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