Spring 2018 USO Okinawa Volunteer of the Quarter – Lance Corporal Susan Desjardins
Volunteer Location: USO Camp Foster
Occupation/branch of service: Motor Transport Operator, United States Marine Corps
Volunteer start date and total # of volunteer hours: LCpl Desjardins has been volunteering with USO Camp Foster since May 2017 and has accumulated 416.25 hours.
How did the volunteer hear about volunteering with USO Okinawa and what made him/her want to get involved with the USO?
One of USO Camp Foster’s current volunteers told me about the volunteer opportunities at the center. After learning about the center, I headed over and became a volunteer. This is the best decision I could have made to spend my free time.
What’s the best thing about volunteering?
The family environment is what keeps me coming back to the center. I feel at home when I visit/volunteer at the center.
What’s a fun fact about the volunteer?
I have a passion for martial arts.
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