Archive: May 2017

Jose works with Jocelyn in the Open Computer Lab

3000 Hours Later: Why Jose Volunteers

May 15, 2017 | Leave a Comment

by Cheryl Megurdichian

Jocelyn lost her job.  The funding ended and so did her employment. She knows there is a need for people with customer service experience. “I love working with people.  I want to get a job helping people.” Unfortunately, she discovered all the positions she is interested in also require computer skills.  Jocelyn spent the last few years […] Read More »

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Gina leads our knitting group

Service Enterprise: Matching Volunteers’ Skill to Clients’ Needs

February 21, 2017 | Leave a Comment

by Kathy Austin, CVA

  Volunteers Have Always Been an Important Part of Our Second Sense Family. Volunteers have been readers, tutors and administrative support. But with shrinking resources for nonprofits and the expanded roles we have been asked to play, it is increasingly necessary to find new ways to provide the services our clients need. How do we […] Read More »

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Meg working on Second Sense's Twitter feed

A Second Sense of Purpose

January 5, 2015 | Leave a Comment

by By Meg Dowell, Social Media Volunteer

“We’re sorry. The job you are trying to reach requires seven master’s degrees. Also, you must speak twenty languages and be able to solve a Rubik’s cube in thirty seconds or less. You do not qualify.” I bet everyone on this train is on their way to work. That’s what I think as I hop […] Read More »

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