Rachael Conti

August 2, 2022
WHY IS VOLUNTEER WORK IMPORTANT IN YOUR LIFE?? Volunteering for AIGA CT adds variety to my daily work life, as well as helps foster new relationships and connections with other volunteers and event attendees. There are so many amazing people that I’ve met from volunteering! And, not to mention, the overall fulfillment of knowing that I am helping make an impact in my community and helping others in my industry.  IS THERE A TIME THAT MADE AN IMPACT IN YOUR LIFE WHILE VOLUNTEERING?  My favorite part about volunteering for AIGA CT is seeing the impact it has on the people that benefit from our programming – whether it’s teaching others useful tools, giving back through design to other nonprofits, or getting students excited about becoming a graphic designer. 

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