December 28, 2015

Students & Community Volunteers

Students

Students begin learning the importance of volunteering at an early age– from their families, school days of service, and involvement with clubs, sports teams and Greek life.  Colleges are looking for students with wide and deep experience and “fit” for their campus community.

Passport for Good offers students a positive, long term profile to reflect on and understand the benefits of their acts of service. The simple mobile app and web site provides a motivating way for people who make a difference to organize and record their good, and gives them the data to present themselves better on for college and job applications.

Testimonials

“Passport for Good gives me a record of who I am as a person, and the impact I make in the community so that I can stand out when applying for college!”

“Passport for Good provides me with an authenticated profile so that I can market myself better to corporations that are socially responsible.”

“Passport for Good gives me feedback that helps me value my volunteer service, think about a future career, and better understand the world.”


Community Volunteers

Together, volunteers of all generations build stronger communities.  People make a measurable difference as volunteers in their church or synagogue, and with their families and friends.  Students begin learning the lifelong importance of volunteering at an early age—during school days of service, and in school clubs, sports teams and college Greek life.  Colleges and corporations are looking for people with wide and deep experience and “fit” for their community and culture.

Passport for Good makes recording volunteer hours a positive experience!   This simple yet robust software provides easy tracking and authentication, and gives students the impact data to market themselves better for college and job applications.

Testimonials

“Passport for Good provides me with an authenticated profile so that I can market myself better to corporations that are socially responsible.”

“Passport for Good gives me feedback that helps me value my volunteer service, think about a future career, and better understand the world.”

“Giving me the positive record just makes me want to do more.”


Researchers found that generous people are healthier and have a greater sense of purpose.

Source: The Paradox of Generosity, Smith and Davidson, 2014