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Voluntering Program

Program Manager:
 
 Alphonce O'Bannon
 

Head Coach, Transition Lab University Preparatory School
2220, NE Ave, SW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52404
Email Id : Alphonce.obannon@ytransitionslab.com
Contact No : 319-533-5095


Alphonce O'Bannon is Business and Motivation Coach. He is the Head Coach at Transitions Lab University Prep School (TLUPS), the founder of the LBA foundation (non profit organization inspire hope in tomorrow’s leaders, believers and achievers.), member of Study Iowa, associated with NACAC, OCACA, ACA and ASCA, and a veteran US Marine Corp


Liberal Arts Education gives lots of importance for Volunteering. To successfully complete high school diploma most curriculum got specific requirements of volunteering hours. For example, IB. Each IB Diploma student must complete 150 CAS hours over the course of their junior and senior years. These hours must fit into one of the three areas: Creativity, Action, Service, and should be balanced between these categories (approximately 50 hours in each area).

This is where TLUPS Volunteering program comes in where we guide participants to make best of this opportunity, to create a purpose in life, identify carers, meet people, and enjoy the experience. We follow the methodologies proposed by Peter Drucker and collaborate with Peter Drucker Foundation

For us - Volunteering is generally considered an altruistic activity where an individual or group provides services for no financial gain. Volunteering is also renowned for skill development, and is often intended to promote goodness or to improve human quality of life. Volunteering may have positive benefits for the volunteer as well as for the person or community served.[1] It is also intended to make contacts for possible employment. Many volunteers are specifically trained in the areas they work, such as medicine, education, or emergency rescue. Others serve on an as-needed basis, such as in response to a natural disaster.

The program provide an orientation, a training but mostly we help participants to identify their opportunities in their neighborhood and provide them with specific training

Peter Drucker on Value of Volunteering