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Establish a work schedule with your supervisor. As a courtesy, always contact your supervisor if you are sick or you are unable to work. Your reliability contributes to your success when looking for full-time employment. Take volunteering seriously; it will pay off in a number of ways.
Treat this position as a regular job and provide a two week notice of intent. In some extenuating circumstances, you may be required to leave a position immediately and are unable to provide two weeks’ notice. You may request a letter of recommendation and the number of hours volunteered. This provides correspondence for the number of hours worked and guidance when constructing your resume.
Annual Volunteer Recognition – Each spring the base celebrates volunteerism during the nationally approved volunteer recognition week. The Red Cross will contact volunteers registered in the program and invite them to a base-wide event for volunteers.