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Steps to Become a Volunteer in Anne Arundel County and Prince George’s County Maryland Department of Corrections

Volunteers play an important role in the prison/jail system. Some people like to give back to the community while others feel that they are making an impact in the lives of others. Volunteers at Correctional Facilities bring a variety of skills to offenders. Some skills volunteers share include teaching personal finance, yoga, parenting, and job preparation. There is one thing they all have in common: a dedication to improving the lives of others.

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