WAGI treat their volunteers as a family. I always feel comfortable and at home with them. They are a big part of and a positive influence in my life. I gained valuable knowledge and experience from being a volunteer at WAGI that I can use in my future endeavors. If it weren't for them, I wouldn't be this empowered and dedicated woman that I am now. Moreover, I learned that true volunteerism is not compulsory or in exchange of any compensations, but it is about selflessness and giving back, and the sense of community.
WAGI also engages with young women and the students of Miriam College. Other than the annual Young Women Leadership Training for the Council of Leaders, and the Young Women Leadership Conference which brings together young women from different Colleges and Universities, WAGI is proud to have a set of volunteers providing assistance to the center.
Some if these volunteers, also known as WAGIRLS, have become part of the WAGI family because of their commitment and determination. They are empowered young women, who are always ready when called upon. They do not shy away from any task that is given them. Whether it be to dance, to assist high profile individuals, or gather hundreds of students together to rally for a cause, these young women will ensure the task is done.