1. Professional background. All of the following reasons make it important to know my skills and professional background, except for one. Which one? It ensures that I am of use to my project. It is not important. I can contribute to a project without skills and professional background. It makes it easier for the project coordinators. It ensures that I complete my project at a high standard. 2. Skills and professional background at work. Read the following and answer the question that follows. "At a very young age I developed a passion for helping others. After finishing high school, I went to Victoria medical school where I spent the next seven (7) years preparing to be a doctor. As part of my education at the Victoria medical school, I spent two days per week at the local hospital assisting the doctors and nurses. Additionally, I have completed a course in social work at the local college in my community. Because of my professional background, I am now going to Ghana to assist at the local community hospital"Which type of projects would be best suitable for this volunteer? Education and Medical Medical and Social Nature/Wildlife and Social Construction and Medical Education and Social 3. Knowing your skills and professional backgroundRead the following approaches to volunteering and state which one is the better approach. "Because I received a training in advance of my volunteer work I started thinking about the possible limitations I might have at my project. I decided that if something did not feel right, then I would not do it. For example: they wanted me to give physical therapy to a patient in the hospital, but I had never done this before. I said that I did not want to do this because I was not trained for this." "I give physical therapy to the children at the special needs school. Am I a physical therapist? No, haha. I just came from high school in California. I think it's strange that we are allowed to touch the children and move their paralysed body parts. But if we don't do it, who will?" Time is Up!