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Opportunities may also be found with your local:
  • Government (city, county, and state departments)
  • Environmental groups (e.g. farmer’s markets, Heal the Bay, Sierra Club)
  • Non-profit organizations (e.g. schools, museums, national public radio)
  • Sports teams (e.g. sports teams for people with disabilities, children’s sports)
  • Spiritual or Religious organizations (e.g. churches, synagogues, spiritual centers)
Additional Resources for Volunteers and Volunteer Project Leaders
Interview questions for Leaders that Shine Blog
  • Please briefly describe the event that you created or participated in at a leadership level.
  • What inspired you to get involved in the event?
  • Do you typically engage in leadership activities, or was this a new experience for you?
  • Describe your feelings about your experience leading up to and the day of the event.
  • Who or which population benefited from the activity?
  • How did this activity contribute to the AOTA Centennial / OTAC Vision?
  • What did you learn about yourself by participating at this leadership event?
  • What would you like others who are considering leadership roles to know?
  • If applicable, how can others get involved with your activity or cause? 
Blog Template Outline
  • Please briefly describe the event that you created or participated in at a leadership level.
  • What inspired you to get involved in the event?
  • Who or which population benefited from the activity?
  • Describe your feelings about your experience leading up to and the day of the event.
  • How did this activity contribute to the AOTA Centennial / OTAC Vision?
  • What did you learn about yourself by participating at this leadership event?
  • If applicable, how can others get involved with your activity or cause?