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2012 硅谷少儿文化艺术夏令营义工感言集锦
新意中文学校    408-296-6668

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Subject: Eric Tan Volunteer Review
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 11:17:29 -0700
From: Eric Tan <>
Hello, this is Eric Tan, a volunteer for teacher assistant at New Concept from June 25-29. I thought this volunteering opportunity was a great way to build my leadership skills by guiding children into the right direction. I learned how to manage kids and tell them the right things to do. I also learned a bit of advertising during the times I went to Ranch 99 to help give out flyers to other people telling them to bring their kids to a free seminar. The kids at the school were great, and I like how the teachers are very strict because it makes them learn their lesson and improve to be better next time. I felt happy knowing that I could help others become better people. I also felt glad that I could help the teachers manage the kids while they were playing outside or doing their work. I had a lot of fun with the kids during the volunteer activity, and I recommend it to other people who want to learn how to manage kids and have fun with them.

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Subject: Volunteer Paragraph
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 21:55:35 -0700
From: Alex Wang <>

Hi Mrs. Chen,
Here's my paragraph about my experience volunteering for a week.
My time volunteering at New Concept Chinese School was amazing. I had so many fun times working with the children. At first it was a little frustrating getting the kids to listen, but after some patience I finally won them over. It was extremely rewarding to see the children begin to understand how to read Chinese or play Chinese chess, knowing that I was a part of their educational journey at New Concept. It was definitely worth my time and effort to see the smiles on their faces. On my last day, the children were sad to see me leave, and I was a bit sad too. It touched me when I realized how much I had bonded with the children; playing on the playground, settling arguments between them, teaching them basketball, and many more fond memories were had at New Concept Chinese School.
Alex Wang
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Subject: Fwd: essay for
Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2012 13:58:04 -0700
From: Yuanyinli <>
To: <>

Hi Mrs. Chen,
This is Yuan Li, Carilyn's mom. She did volunteer work at your place last week. She said she greatly enjoyed working with the young kids. Thanks so much for the opportunity. 
Carilyn asked me to forward her statement to you. Pls see the attached.
Thanks again!
Sent from my iPhone

Carilyn Sun
July 2nd, 2012 

My Experience as a Volunteer at Xinyi Chinese School Summer Camp 
Prior to volunteering at Xinyi Chinese summer camp, I really wasn’t sure what to expect. I knew I was going to be working with young children, but I had a firm belief that the children would be the only learners in the picture. On the first day, I quickly realized how fun the experience would be. Exposed to such a diverse body of motivated children, it did not take me long to discover that the children at the camp were not the only ones that were going to learn- it would be a significant and fun learning experience for me as well.
During the camp, as a volunteer more than twice as old as most of the other kids, I enjoyed teaching a small group of children Chinese and working with them individually to help them focus. While they were learning Chinese and practicing writing, I also felt my communication skills improving. While the campers were singing and dancing, I also helped them stay on track and focus. When the kids were experimenting with Chinese drums in a nearby park, I felt my knowledge of Chinese culture increase, and I was proud to oversee the children and have the chance to brush up on my Chinese. While I was mostly helping the children stay on task and assisting them with their activities, I did not see myself simply as a caretaker and assistant; I was also learning more about Chinese folklore, music, and cultural symbolism myself. Working with the youngest toddlers out of the pool of campers was perhaps the most stimulating aspect of my experience as an assistant, because these youngsters truly extracted every ounce of patience I had out of me, and also they forced me to step out of my comfort zone and play with them, next to them. This shaped me into a more patient, caring, and confident individual. Having the prestigious opportunity to interact with young campers ranging from two to ten years of age was rewarding in many ways. Not only was I able to help kids learn and gain more knowledge, I was reminded of the joy and simplicity of childhood that we all cherish. Interacting with the young children gave me precious experience in working with children, something that I have always been interested in and will continue to pursue. 

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