Starting with a highlighted story of my friend, Waiyan Htut who is a BA English (Dagon University), Dip in ELT (University of Yangon) shared his personal experience. “When I was in 2nd year university life in 2013, I had nothing to do outside as an extracurricular activity, so the situation was like my mind was wandering and lost the way to focus on what I wanted to do, maybe, I had nothing to do. But, one day I was invited to join an activity of a charity group founded by my senior so I joined it. After joining, I could get on my track back, and focus on what I wanted to do, for example, I used to tell the stories to the students wherever we went charity to the monastic education high school. That was a good start for my career and later it turned me out as a teacher, my primary career so far”. He also added, “Volunteering can help us find our inspiration, interest and professional to move forward”.