TEMPLATE: PREPARATION OUTLINE
Studentss Name : Fatin Arifa binti Mansor
Matric number : 2018264884
Faculty/ Group :
Lecturers Name :
Speech Title : Student Volunteerism
Organisational Pattern : Monroes Motivated Sequence
Visual Aid : Power point slides
General Purpose : To persuade
Specific Purpose : To persuade my audience to be involved in volunteerism
Central Idea : I will talk about the benefit of volunteering among students
I. Attention getter
A. Has anyone ever stopped to help you when you in need? What did you feel?
B. Do Something Good found that the total number of volunteers in Malaysia is small in comparison to the population size. For every 1,000 Malaysians, there are 7 registered volunteers. While the total number of registered volunteers in Malaysia is projected at about 135,000, it makes up less than 1% of the 20.5 million Malaysians aged above 15.
C. Why sikit sangat yg join? Adakah sebab generasi sekarang dh tk berminat utk membantu community dan lebih berminat dgn gajet gajet dan sebgainya?
Do Something Good is an online volunteering platform that connects NGOs to volunteers
II. Reveal topic
Winston Churchill once said that: We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. Our world needs an extra help and you dont need to be a superhero to help. Community service is like a vessel that everyone can use to change the world. With my own experience, I can tell that volunteering will long run time given back to you in the forms of scholarships, or even a chance to get a job
III. Establish credibility
I am interested in this topic and I have done some research about it. So, I hope all of you enjoy as much as I have enjoyed preparing for this speech.
So today, I will talk about the benefit of volunteering, ways that the students can help and what
our world look likes if all people gave a hand.
Transition: Let me begin my first point about the benefits of volunteering among the students.
Im sure you all
I. Students often have low self-confidence, social and career problems
A. Volunteering increase self-confidence
a) Volunteering can provide a healthy boost to your self-confidence, self-esteem, and life satisfaction. You are doing good for others and the community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment.
b) Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of pride and identity. And the better you feel about yourself, the more likely you are to have a positive view of your life and future goals.
B. Also, volunteering helps you make new friends and contacts.
a) It is a great way to meet a new people who share the same activities, ways of thinking and goals.
b) Volunteering strengthens your ties to the community and broadens your support network.
c) It is always a good idea to know as many people as possible, whether its people you are working with or helping serve. You never know having friends will come in handy.
C. Volunteering can provide new career experience
Volunteering is one of the greatest examples of how a job can pay off not with just money.
a) After graduating from a college or university, many get stuck in the situation of trying to find a job, but needing working experience, you cannot obtain working experience because no one hires you.
b) So, by having relevant work experience obtained during volunteering and specifying it in your CV can be a kickstarter for your career, because nowadays more and more employers tend to count volunteering as actual work experience.
c) Besides, volunteering is a great option to explore possible career opportunities if you are unsure what you would like be doing for living. Through various programs, you can try yourself in a number of organizations, working on different problems, and in different positions, without having to do job-hunting, and then job-hopping.
Transition: This clearly proven that students should involve in volunteerism. So what are the ways?
II. There are many ways that you can do to help the community
A. If you’re looking to fit volunteering around study or other commitments, you can always take on a part time role, from as little as a few hours a month.
a) For example, run for charity etc. dia macam under ngo etc
B. University societies You might not even realise it, but running a university society or sitting on the committee counts as volunteering, as does mentoring new students
a) For example, join club that related to volunteering or helping the community.
b) Cth, kelab gpms, banyak dah aktiviti yg dijalankan and bakal dijalankan. AJAR and AUTISM
Transition: Next, let me talk about, what will happen to our world if people always gave a hand to
community in need.
III. There will be a lot of differences or changes can happen in this world if people involve in volunteering work.
A. You can make this planet a better place especially for the next generation.
a) Kalau bukan kita yang mulakan, siapa yang nak start?