My leadership skills have developed enormously while being part of the Tigette program, and will continue to grow because I have been
Being captain can be one of the most important aspects of a dance team, but with my hard work and determination, I can take this squad far. I am well prepared to take on the responsibility’s that come my way. As many of you know we were VERY close to making it to state last year and I would love to have that feeling of not just coming close but to make it to state. *KNOCK ON WOOD* I will make sure that while having fun at practice, we take our time seriously and perfect our routines. Every year if I had a problem or I was having a rough day and all I needed to do was vent the captains were there. No matter if it was during lunch or after practice they were there to talk. If I am elected dance team captain, not only will I help all of you with dance but also with anything else you are having problems with. I will make sure everyone feels comfortable and included. If they are having a bad day please don’t hesitate to pull me aside and talk about it. I am willing to listen to ideas of my co-captain and the rest of the dance team to make our dances the best they can be. I know I am far from perfect, but as captain I will work right alongside you girls and push all of us to be our
In conclusion, I believe all of these reasons would make me a valuable asset to your team.
I am a very good team member and when given the opportunity, can take the lead and be the team leader
To be a cheer captain, there are many responsibilities and priorities. To be a captain you have to be strong and not afraid to try new things. You need to have a great positive attitude the whole time and not let the drama start on the team. You have to make sure your team is ready for games and practices and make sure everyone knows what they are doing and if not to take it slowly until they get it. Being a captain is a lot of responsibilities but it’s an amazing opportunity. I think I am fit to be the captain, because I can bring all these priorities or tasks in with me. I know not to let my feelings drag the team down and I know that you always have to keep a smile on your face.
A cheerleader is a person who is a member of a group who shout out special songs or chants to encourage sports teams. (“Cheerleading”. World of SportsScience. Ed.K Lee Lerner and Brenda Wilmoth Lerner. Vol 1. Detroit: Gale,2007.139-141 Gale Virtual Reference Library. 9 Nov. 2016). Cheerleading began in the late 1800s at the University of Princeton, in New Jersey. (“History of Cheerleading.” iSport Online.Cheerleading.iSport 9 Nov. 2016 cheerleading.isport.com/cheerleading-guides/history-of-cheerleading). Cheerleading was in fact created by men at this time. The men who started cheering were called “yell leaders.” Women did not start cheering until 1923, and since then women have dominated cheerleading. Cheerleading started to evolve
I believe that I will make a great member of NJHS and really make a difference in the club. I have been told many times by teachers and peers that I am a leader. Part of being a leader is being respected and having responsibility. Which means that if I am given a task, I will take charge
I am intimately familiar with the workings of the club, as I have been involved in a leadership role from nearly the first day. While the rest of my fellow officers are seniors and will graduate this June, I hope to carry on in a leadership role and ensure the club we have worked so hard to establish will continue to flourish. Through my experiences this year, I know specifically which aspects of the club are running smoothly and which need more work; I know which of our efforts were successful, and which missed the mark. I hope to bring my knowledge to the NHS leadership team in my senior year so that the State High chapter will have a bright and stable future. Furthermore, I possess the qualities necessary to be a strong leader. In addition to my organizational abilities, I can communicate effectively and appropriately with both my peers and my teachers. I am dedicated to my work, and independently motivated to achieve success. I am an excellent team player, having had significant practice this year both leading a team as an officer and working within a team and delegating tasks as head of the Bunny Hop 5k advertising committee. Given the opportunity, I would enthusiastically utilize and continue to develop all of these skills as president of the State High
In the 1960’s not only did almost every high schools have cheer squads but most colleges had squads too. NFL teams began making cheer teams in 1960’s too.The first NFL cheer team was in Texas and known as The Dallas Cowboys. It was quite vicious to make that NFL cheer team! . “There was a mother in Texas who tried to hire a hitman to kill a rival cheerleader, so her daughter could be on the squad.” In 1965 was when the first pom- poms were actually made. They were called Pom- pons not pom-Poms as they are here in 2017. Cheerleaders were pretty successful in the 1960’s. In the 1970’s and 80’s cheerleaders started getting more competitive and they added stunts and competitive
As the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders became more popular, more little girls and boys looked up to them as idols. Many of the cheerleaders cherished this and acted, as role models for the little girls who would one day want to also cheer on the Cowboys. The cheerleaders tried to be more than just a girl in a revealing uniform, but an inspiration to them as well. Aron (2010) noted that little girls could now aim to be a Dallas Cheerleader instead of Miss America (p. 71). Over the years, the appearance of the cheerleader’s began to take precedence over their hard work and talent. This conveys a strong message to impressionable children that appearance is more important than hard work. For many young girls and boys, cheerleading has been their escape
I am Rhys Kirkland from Prosper High School in Prosper, TX and I had an assignment for business information management II to write someone that I respect and I think of you as a respected role model. I liked a quote you said, “Mediocre people hate high achievers, and high achievers hate mediocre people.” I liked this quote because it relates to everyday and how you shouldn’t be okay with being average. You have role modeled how you shouldn’t be proud of being average with taking no days off and pushing all your players to excel at their best. You also show have in life there is only one option and that opinion is being the best you can be. You are known for being a good leader and motivator. That is a good thing because negative attitude does
I feel that I would be a very positive contribution to the Antlers Chapter of the NHS. If I were to be elected as an officer, I would do my best to lead the NHS chapter in a direction that would improve the group as a whole. I feel that I would be beneficial to the chapter, because I know what it takes to be a leader. To be a leader, you need three important qualities. Three qualities you need to portray are confidence, persistence, and responsibility. I’ve been in several leadership positions that acquired these qualities, and the NHS needs officers with these three qualities for many reasons. To begin, an officer needs confidence. I’ve had to obtain confidence in my leadership position as a section leader in band. I’ve been section leader
I do lead by example by using my volunteer hours and volunteering constantly on my own spare time. I am an individual who is open to others opinions and to experience. I am very respectful always trying to follow the “golden” rule, of treated others like you would like to be treated. I value diversity and inclusion as we all do not come from the same walk of life, but we all should appreciate each other differences as a blending of ideas lead to greatness. I am non-judgmental to people that I meet or speak with as the outside of someone doesn’t always reflect the goodness that could lie within an individual. I have the ability and willingness to represent the chapter in a positive way, by wearing my Wells Fargo volunteer shirt when I go to events and engaging team members to participate in volunteering. I have the willingness and the ability to be a valuable contributor to the team and be a part of a team to get others more involved within the community. I possess good communication skills verbally and written when speaking to others. Finally, I will be able to make the minimum one year commitment, but hope to be a part of the chapter leadership team for many years to
Imagine bright lights, screaming fans, and a huge ESPN camera in one arena with a huge trophy at stake. No, it’s not a football championship. It’s the UCA College Nationals. This is where all a team’s hard work pays off as they step on the mat to perform their routine of two minutes and thirty seconds. Tumbling, stunting, and performing, teams try their very best to impress the judges and receive as much points as possible, hoping to be placed number one in their division.
~I believe that I have shown myself to be a reliable and knowledgeable leader with the ability to manage and serve with humility and grit. I also feel that I am ready and willing to take on a new challenge to further the reach and impact of Build as a manager. To this end, I intend to continue to show myself as a trusted and dedicated team member who is willing to not only teach by showing but will also learn by doing.