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The Residual Effects of Volunteering Panelists
Written by Shefali Lakhani, Knowledge Management Lawyer, Proskauer Rose LLP
As I was applying to ILTA volunteer positions, I watched the “Residual Effects of
Volunteering,” a timely webinar. It amped me up even further, seeing the potential to
engage in building a community with other smart, excited individuals.
Volunteering presents a myriad of benefits: of course, giving back to and building a strong
community is top of mind, but volunteering can also allow for other ‘residual effects’.
Networking, meeting intelligent, like-minded people, getting exposed to new technologies, as well as becoming effective leaders and communicators, and learning to better listen and
collaborate with others in all ways that ILTA can help progress a career.
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