When a volunteer has completed their current project or role, it’s an opportune moment to meet with one’s mentor and/or review the Learning Map, including learning goals and motivations for being an AFS volunteer. There may be a traditional role the volunteer would like to try. It might also be time to advance to the Playground stage to develop a new project/role within AFS!
This can also be an opportunity for up-cycling: moving from an active to an inactive volunteer role, but still contributing meaningfully to the organization. Examples include, but are not limited to: board member, donor, researcher or promotor.