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Stay in the know with your fellow volunteers, read the latest volunteer spotlight, and learn about current events happening in the Volunteer Nation.


Help!

 

Album cover for The Beatles: Help!


 

Help!  I need somebody,

Help! Not just anybody,

Help, you know I need someone,

Help!...

Won’t you please, please help me, help me, help me, oh!


 

Hi, folks.  We need your help.

 

Sometimes we’re looking for someone with a specific skill set (ex. Classical Latin experience; fundraising background; technical development skills; etc.).  The easiest way for us to find these folks is through the entries in the Volunteer Portal. By keeping your personal information section up-to-date, you save us time and help us find you when we need you.

To update your information:

 

  1.  Go to the Volunteer Portal:  https://volunteers.learningally.org/


 




 

  1.  Click on Log Hours and log in:

 

 



 

  1.  Click on the My Profile Tab:

 



 

  1.  Scroll down and check off boxes that apply to you, and update any outdated information:

 


 

  1.  Continue scrolling and checking as applicable, click SAVE in each section:

 



 

  1.  Once you’ve checked and saved everything you’re interested in, scroll to the bottom and click Exit:

 



 

It’s as easy as pumpkin pie!  Thank you for keeping your information up-to-date.  Correct information improves our efficiency and helps us better serve the students we’re trying to help.


 

Pumpkin pie, complete with a dollop of whipped cream in the middle and with an edging of pie-dough autumn leaves




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Avatar  Paula RRestrepo 3 years ago

This is great Stacie! very well explained. Thanks for doing this blog.

Avatar  Paula RRestrepo 3 years ago

This is great and very well explained, Stacie! Thanks so much!