David Schillo : Three Reasons to Become a Volunteer

David Schillo is an active member in his community. David Schillo is a science teacher at Dickson County Middle School in Dickson, Tennessee. David Schillo has a background in kinesiology and science and enjoys educating others about the importance of health and fitness. He has been involved with a community health outreach program and he has volunteered as an EMT in North Carolina. Mr. Schillo worked with the Muscular Dystrophy Association as a volunteer for five years as well.

Mr. David Schillo enjoys helping others and giving back to his community. “I have volunteered as an EMT in North Carolina and completed multiple internships with medical professionals in the fields of Family Medicine, Orthopedics, Sports Science, and Physical Therapy,” he says. Working as a volunteer can be a great way to support your city and community. Most cities have a number of organizations and charities that accept volunteer work.

David Schillo has volunteered with organizations that are related to his career. He earned a master’s degree in kinesiology from East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. His professional background includes health, fitness, and exercise science.  Volunteering could benefit your career as well as your personal life.

Volunteer work can be fulfilling. Mr. Schillo cares about others and enjoys working as a volunteer. David Schillo is a health professional as well as an educator in Tennessee. When he is not volunteering or working with students, he enjoys cooking gourmet meals for friends and family.


About davidschillo

David Schillo attended East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina from 2007 to 2011. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in the field of Public Health Education and Promotion.
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