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Youth Volunteer Motivations: Implications for Practice

March 19th, 2006
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The research suggests that understanding youth volunteer motivations, or what motivates a particular young person to volunteer,  can have practical implications for the way volunteer programs are managed. Some organizations have already taken their volunteers’ motivations into consideration when designing their programs.

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