Corporate Community Training

Looking to learn about the benefits of an employee volunteer program to employee productivity? Want to run a one day event or build a long term volunteer program, but don’t know where to get started? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then HandsOn Shanghai would like to invite you to join our upcoming Corporate Community Training Program.

Through this 2 day series, HandsOn Shanghai will offer corporate managers who are responsible for the development of their firm's volunteer engagement program a series of corporate workshops that will provide the tools corporate managers need to develop partnerships, build projects, increase internal buy-in and capacity, and effectively monitor their projects in a way that supports the long term needs of the community.

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Join the HandsOn Team!

To accomplish the mission and goals that we have set for the community, HandsOn Shanghai looks to employ and incubate those who have a passion for an issues and the ability to manage the development of long term programs.

We hire the best, and we expect the best, so if you are looking for an organization to develop a career with, a career whose mission is to benefit the community then we invite you to review our current openings and send us your CV.

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Thank You Liaoyuan International High School!

On a beautiful Saturday morning, April 25th, six groups of students and their supervisors from Liaoyuan international high school gathered at the Parkside Plaza, to represent six to seven non-profit organizations respectively for a charity sale. Students prepared all kinds of lovely things for sale. At the booth with HandsOn Shanghai (HOS), they prepared body art drawing for kids, and also milk tea for visitors. The event ended at 3pm, it’s a great outing for the mall visitors.

HOS appreciated the great effort of the lovely students from Liaoyuan high school, and also the great venue support from Parkside Plaza.

2014 UPS Road Code Program

With the recent rise of car ownership and new drivers in China, the number of road safety concerns have multiplied.

To address these issues, in partnership with HandsOn Shanghai, UPS will be bringing their UPS Road Code program to Shanghai's universities and high schools to teach safe driving techniques to teens and helps them drive change surrounding this vital issue. Designed for new drivers to teach them about the hazards they might encounter, our hope is to help these young drivers improve their driving habits and increase their awareness of road safety in general.

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Be the Change - Become a Volunteer!

Everyone everywhere has the potential to make a difference. Make real improvements in the civic health and social conditions in our communities and register as a volunteer today.

If you are new, you might be interested in the following:

- New Volunteer Guide
- New Volunteer Orientation
- Individual, Corporate or Group Volunteering

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