Fall 2017 Satisfaction Survey
These are the results of a survey of volunteers at the end of August 2017.
Part I. Satisfaction Index
For each statement, please gauge your level of satisfaction in volunteering with the Family Support Center (where 1 = very dissatisfied; 7 = very satisfied).
|5.92||1.44||I experience personal growth as a volunteer.|
|5.75||1.54||I have autonomy to make decisions during my shift.|
|5.75||1.48||I have a deep feeling that I am contributing to my community.|
|5.75||1.66||I feel mutual respect in interactions I have with paid staff.|
|5.67||1.56||I communicate my needs and expectations with clients and staff.|
|5.42||1.73||I am fulfilled because I can bring about good changes to clients.|
|5.42||1.73||I gain satisfaction from relationships I have with my volunteering peers.|
|4.73||2.05||I derive satisfaction through educational and emotional resources provided by the Family Support Center.|
Part II. Why volunteer?
Please gauge each motivation’s importance to you (where 1 = not at all important/accurate and 7 = extremely important/accurate).
|5.92||1.51||To express significant values, e.g., altruism, collective responsibility.|
|5.00||1.65||To gain personal growth and development.|
|4.92||1.51||To gain new experiences.|
|4.42||2.07||To exercise unpracticed skills and abilities.|
|3.50||2.43||To obtain career-related experiences.|
We had 11 respondents between 8/29/17 and 9/2/17.