Monitoring the Experiences of OST Volunteers

The Mixed-Method, Open-Ended Volunteer Experiences (MOVE)
By Taylor L. Crisman, Ignacio D. Acevedo-Polakovich, Lucas A. Al-Zoughbi, Sara T. Stacy, Sarah E. Ogdie, & Sam Obeid

In many applied youth development settings, including out-of-school time (OST) programs, volunteers play essential roles (Brennan, 2005). In some, volunteers are integral to service delivery—for example, serving as mentors. In others, volunteers help link youth-serving organizations or their participants with needed resources, assets, or opportunities (Brennan, 2007).

 

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