An Interview with ACS Volunteer Long Chiu

Welcome to another “face of ACS”, an interview series starring ACS Volunteers and their journey in serving the non-profit community.

My name is Long Chiu. I am a creator and tutor for video marketing.

What 3 words would your friends use to describe you?        

Creative, Reflective and Busy

What has your ACS volunteering journey been like? What particular instances which have stood out for you (and why)?

Volunteering with ACS has been rewarding in many ways. Teaching video marketing techniques to NGOs was a useful experience to sharpen my teaching skills, that I later brought to teaching in higher education. You also get to meet people from different industries that are willing to help others.

What advice do you have for a new ACS volunteer? 

From my experience with ACS’s JC Engage program, they have very organised and well-executed plans for volunteers to follow, which eventually contribute to building a great and meaningful campaign for NGOs. Definitely trust the system, and join ACS‘s events. They are fun and you meet great, inspiring people.

Thank you Long!

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