1. Motivations The following are reasons why it is important to know your own motivation for volunteering, except for one. Which one? If I got my motivations clear it enables me to make a more conscious choice about which project or experience I'd like to engage in. If I got my motivations clear I will be able to set realistic expectations for my journey. If I got my motivations clear it will make preparations easier. If I got my motivations clear I may find out that volunteering is not what I need in this phase of life. If I got my motivations clear I will be able to work less so I have time to visit tourist attractions. 2. Hedonistic or Altruistic Please check whether we're dealing with an altruistic or a hedonistic volunteer in the following statements: "It's great that I will be volunteering in December. It is winter at that moment in my country, but summer in South Africa!" Hedonistic Altruistic "If I stay with a host family and try to buy my fruits at the local market, I will be helping the local economy as well!" Hedonistic Altruistic "Probably I will have a lot of spare time during my working week. I'm gonna look for other opportunities to be meaningful for the community." Hedonistic Altruistic "I'm really looking forward to helping local nurses with their daily activities." Hedonistic Altruistic "Great that I've received the lonely planet from my friend. Really looking forward to the weekends!" Hedonistic Altruistic 3. Push and Pull factors Read the story of Luc and answer the question below:"Hi! I’m Luc, and I am going to South-Africa for 2 months to teach English at a local school. I want to go abroad for a while to escape the busy lifestyle that I’m used to. I chose to go to South Africa because I would love to get to know the local culture. I also hope to meet new friends over there. I’ve heard that the school where I’ll be volunteering has a lack of resources and a shortage of teachers. They can really use my help there. That’s why I chose this project! I’m a teacher in my home country and I already have plenty of ideas on how to work with the students. I hope I can teach them a lot and pass my ideas on to the local teachers, so they can continue with the ideas when I leave. I really want to be of great help to them!Luc shared his volunteering plans. Which of the following motivations he gave, is a pull factor for volunteering? Escape busy lifestyle Get to know local culture Meet new friends Make a sustainable contribution somewhere in the world Time is Up!