In regard to community, I have volunteered for my clubs, DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America), BPA (Business Professionals of America), NTHS (National Technical Honor Society), Cross Country and others. From helping the club itself to representing the club through charitable acts, such as making christmas a little better for military families, or helping at assisted living centers. My parents taught me at a young age how to be a considerate
In this organization I can contribute by showing my full potential I’m a very hardworking and determined person, I will help by being focused and assertive with everything I do. I have learned a lot from being the co-captain of the jv cheerleading team last winter and also being the captain for the jv cheerleading team this season, I have learned that communication is the key to all success and that if you don’t communicate things will become more difficult for you and your peers around you. Another thing I’ve learned is to adapt to change quickly and that any change that you or others make can be for tthe greater good of you and them, during last season of me being co-captain i learned to persevere through anything that i find hard and I
Over the past year, I have served my school and community in many different ways. Whether it be through volunteering or participating in organizations that work to make changes in the lives of others. I try to stay involved in my environment. Currently, I am a student at Rockford Lutheran High School. With the multitude of clubs, my school offers, I am able to interact with other club members to promote student participation. Every year we participate in drives and fundraisers. In Key Club, each year we put together solider boxes. We collect a variety of small items and send hand packaged boxes to our fighting soldiers, as a gift for christmas. Other drives that I partake in are the canned food drives for the local food pantries, and the clothing drives to give winter clothing to those less fortunate. This helps to provide this vulnerable population with warmth during the cold winter months.
I am a member of National Honor Society. We volunteer and help people in anyway we can. So far I have about 20 hrs of community service. I helped my teacher moved everything in his class during the summer. I helped an old woman raked leaves in her backyard. I volunteered to assist my high school's registration. I lend a hand to elementary school children and basically played and watched them. I assisted a youth wrestling tournament. There are many more services in which I hoped to help out.
My dedication, commitment, and enthusiasm for cheerleading set me apart from the other applicants, along with my diversity with different types of cheerleading. I have 15 years of cheer experience at the all-star, junior high, high school, and at the collegiate level. I feel like this makes me a very well rounded leader because I have cheered with many different personalities and worked with coaches at each of these levels. As an all-star cheerleader, my coach selected me to perform an individual routine, I was a captain of my junior high cheer team, and was able to work closely with my high school cheer coach to help run practice after an jury my junior year. I hope that if I were to be selected to represent Hendrix College Cheerleading’s
When I was a child, I believed that my most important goal for my young life was to one day become a varsity cheerleader for my local high school. Nine years later, the day I became a varsity cheerleader, I made a promise to myself that I would never do anything to jeopardize my personal image or the image of my team because I knew that young cheerleaders were always looking to be just like the varsity cheerleaders, and also like myself. This aspiration of mine encouraged my volunteer involvement with the the local recreation department in my county that coordinates youth cheerleaders during each fall football season.
Service in the school and community is an insight to your character and work ethic. I have over 20 hours of community service from many different experiences. Last summer I worked for Camp Barakel, a summer camp, in the kitchen. I assisted in serving food and cleaning. I learned discipline and teamwork through this valuable experience. Not only this I’ve worked with the Elderly in Rehabilitation centers and the patience and nurturing qualities is something that will forever be valuable in my life. Last but not least working as Big Sister or Buddy to a 4th grade girl has given me the chance to positively impact and influence her life as simply as having a friend is immense. All of these service opportunities as added to my character and prepared me for the responsibilities of
As of now, my role in my community has been being an active and diligent student. These characteristics are evident in how I occupy myself with school sports such as badminton and soccer, and engage in other club activities while still keeping my grades up by putting in hours
For as long as I can remember I have been involved in my community, as I joined Girl Scouts at age five. This sparked my involvement with the people and the world around me. I am still in Girl Scouts, but currently it teaches me more leadership as we help out with some younger troops of Girl Scouts teaching them to thrive in their community and take responsibility for their actions. I also volunteer at my church, helping run the café, and giving a hand in the nursery. In addition I help at basketball tournaments year round, running clocks and working within the concession stand.
Outside of school, I'm thoroughly involved in my community. I've already done one hundred and fifty-five hours of community service (and counting). I'm mainly involved with TCLBAF (Tri-Cities Lady Bulldogs Athletic Foundation) Inc., where our mission is to mentor youth in our community. We expose them to sports and
As far as community service, I volunteered at a local activity center and worked at a local salvation army thrift store. At the NorthWest Activities Center, I assisted employees with organizing invoices, answering phone calls, making any reservations
My most recent community involvement activity was being a volunteer baseball coach. As a coach, I was responsible for running drills in practice, holding practices when no other coaches were available, and keeping the score book during games. Being able to share my live of baseball has always been a passion of mine, and it was the most gratifying part of being a coach. I loved being able to help others love baseball as much as I do, all while improving their skills.
I went to high school in Edmonton where I was VP of Key Club, on the fundraising committee of grad council, and involved in a bunch of clubs at school. I'm passionate about community service and I believe that it s very beneficial for personal and professional growth. I received the Seymour Schulich community service award and I plan to continue being involved in the
I am in a MYAC, which stands for Mayors Youth Advisory Council, and we make service projects, for example, a coat driver for a village that needs more warm clothes for the winter, or a food drive for Thanksgiving and Christmas. I am involved in student council,cheerleader, and I also play the flute in the symphonic band. My mother is in charge of an abundance of health fairs, which gives me the opportunity to help my mom set up and also talk at the workshops; furthermore, she is also in charge of Circus Camp, which I work at during the summer for 2 weeks, and it is really fun teaching kids about being healthy and learning circus
My high school served as a significant helping hand pouring out volunteer opportunities. The student council organization was where it began for me. As a student within student council, I had to accumulate an amount of volunteer hours each year. We truly proud ourselves with our record of service hours, therefore it was mandatory to maintain our position.To gain my volunteer hours, I regulary participated in the Merrick Food Shelter.