This webinar interrogates the role of volunteers in society empowerment to enable students with a broad view of volunteerism as a first action. This program aims to encourage volunteer activities in research, education, and social at the undergraduate and graduate students’ level. At first sight, great needs for workforce exists in educational research and studies, while only a small percentage of students are volunteering their services. Consequently, many students miss the opportunity to give back to the community and excel in their academic and career assets in the long run. In the analysis, it exposed that students are the first beneficially in unique ways if they volunteer in research and education. It is also observed that research immensely impacts learning, and knowledge positively influences society. Therefore, by implication, volunteer activities in research and education, it will benefit young volunteers and communities. Besides, volunteer opportunities are readily available to students. Also, conducting volunteer activities have been impactful on the overall performance rating. A volunteer should train and learn best practices and behavior. It will promote educational research, student success, and improve livelihood in the community. In conclusion, this study reveals that volunteering in the field of education and research is critically important for students to participate in volunteer activities.

Presentation: PDF File

1. Introduction
2. Case studies and success history of volunteering activities
5. Advantages of volunteering
6. How to deal with barriers to volunteering
7. Volunteering opportunities for students
9. The conduct of a volunteer
10. The influence of third-party organizations
12. Volunteering educational research
13. Types of volunteers
14. Value of volunteerism in the future of research and education
15. Characteristics of great volunteers
16. Conclusion of the session and Q&A.

Date: 10 Sep 2020
Time: 03:00 PM to 04:30 PM (JST
Zoom Meeting ID: 894 9507 2002
Passcode: 327514
Participants: >100
Building: Engineering 2nd Building, Room Number: 518-2,University of the Ryukyus
1 Senbaru, Nishihara, Okinawa, Japan 903-0213

Fukuoka Section Jt. Chapter,RFID741/PE31
This event is sponsored by PESC Lab.
Co-sponsored by:
– University of the Ryukyus
– Ryukyus IET On Campus Society
– Ryukyus ACM Professional Chapter

Webinar on Sustaining Volunteerism Culture for Society Empowerment