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Include These Volunteer Skills
- Punctuality and reliability
- A non-judgmental approach
- Responsibility and accepting constructive criticism
- Teamworking skills
- Being able to work without supervision
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- Computer literacy
- Stamina and resilience
Similar Volunteer skills can be observed in the cover letter example provided below.
Dear Mr. Fox:
As an engaged, self-motivated, and collaborative individual with superior interpersonal and organization skills, I am eager to explore volunteer opportunities with Mud Bay Immigrant Welfare. With my dynamic experience in community relationship building and program coordination, I can bring a wealth of knowledge and skills that will benefit your organization.
I am ready to meet any of your program’s needs and requirements, from helping to create and implement organizational strategies, to recruiting new members, to facilitating program education and advocacy. My dedication to advancing impactful organizational causes—along with my strong leadership, communication, and planning capabilities—position me to thrive in this role.
Consider the following highlights of my qualifications:
Excelling in various volunteer capacities for numerous organizations, including the Los Angeles Humane Society, Amnesty International, Habitat for Humanity, and the 2014 Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Walk.
Serving as Volunteer Coordinator for Heal the Bay; recruiting USC students to participate in county-wide beach clean-up events in Los Angeles.
Demonstrating consistently exceptional time management, project coordination, and team leadership abilities.
Previous career tenure in positions focused on global human rights advocacy; degree in International Relations from USC.
With my experience and enthusiasm, backed by excellent coordination and collaboration talents, I can make immediately valuable contributions to your group. The opportunity to discuss volunteer possibilities in further detail would be most welcome. Thank you for your consideration.