When help is needed, volunteers go into action. Could volunteer work add a new, satisfying dimension to your life? Meet Rob. A teenager living in the U.S. Midwest, he has a fulfilling job teaching lifesaving techniques to hearing-impaired youngsters. In addition to winning several national awards, making many friends, gaining public recognition and learning valuable job skills, Rob says it feels good to be able to help fill a need. How did he get started? Rob learned American Sign Language (ASL) shortly after his younger brother, Danny, was found to have a hearing impairment.
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