As a committed member of the SGA/Leadership class, I was taught to lead by example. I achieved missions to instill values of integrity, passion, and service as I cooperated that into my school and community. The class handed me the opportunity to host school-sponsored events while giving me a hands-on, authentic opportunity to learn and develop leadership skills for the future and put the skills learned into practice through the coordination of planning and implementing events. I was nominated to chair numerous committees. Through delegating tasks, working tight-knit with others, laying a foundation for rules, integrity, and values, I earned credibility. My leadership skills spoke "do as I do" and not "do what I say" which enabled others
I have demonstrated excellence In leadership by being in Future Business Leaders of America ever since I was in my freshman year. I became secretary my freshman year, vice president my sophomore year, and will have acquired the privilege of becoming President my senior year. Being in FBLA has helped me not only grow as a member, but as a leader. Throughout my growth inside the club, I have been able to encourage others to join extracurricular activities, developing my interpersonal skills. Community service has also been a major part of my High School career. Whether it’s first preparing and painting the posters for an activity we are having, to being in charge of a fundraising event, my goal has always been to try to impact the community breaking
I have learned from fellow classmates and peers on how to become a selfless leader and follower thinking of others above myself. Throughout my four years of high school, I’ve been a part of many clubs, some that I am still involved in and some with important leadership positions. My main motive in getting involved with my community and school is to improve our school and community. In AFJROTC I have done over 250 hours of community service just within ROTC and have done over 1,000 community service throughout my community and school. I believe in selfless actions to help benefit my neighbor and peer to overall make us both superior. I am currently the Steele’s National Honors Society President, a Flight (class) commander and squadron (leader of all flights) commander, Business manager for 2017-2018 Squire magazine, Class of 2018 reporter (class officer). I have key positions in many clubs and organizations that have over this year improved and exceeded expectations. As I am a Leader, I have learned to become a respected, caring, strong-willed, straight forward, and reputative leader. I learned this mostly from the direction and teaching of Steele High School making me the leader I am
What I’ve learned from my past educational experience is how to be a good leader through holding various leadership positions such as; Sectional Leader and Band Captain of my High School Marching Band, President of my school's Art Club for the past two years and hoping to become the Captain or Co Captain of my school’s Varsity Soccer Team. I’ve obtained the ability to work with the special education kids at my school by volunteering to help with Special Olympics and Bridge Club sports. I’ve also put in many hours practicing my music and art abilities since I plan to go to school for Music Education and a minor in Music Therapy. Overall I am a very active student and plan to join various activities in college and hope to continue volunteering
Throughout my high school career I have encountered the chance to experience the position of being a leader for my peers. I have pursued leadership skills by being an officer in HOSA for three years, leading community service events for NHS, and taking charge on running school events in Key Club. I have obtained valuable leadership skills throughout my high school career, and encouraged the club members to take charge and develop leadership skills to help them in the future.
I have demonstrated the qualities of a capable and trusted leader through my involvement in my school, work, and community activities. I have held a part-time job at my church's daycare where I help create a safe, loving, caring, and nurturing learning environment for children of the ages zero to five. All the while, I have continued to be an active member in school functions and be in leadership positions in various clubs. Currently, I am serving as the District 17 FBLA President and the President of Northeast Vernon County's National Honor's Society Chapter. I have also been involved with sports throughout my high school years where I also demonstrated leadership abilities serving as our cheerleading Captain last year and Co-Captain the year
During my almost two years of high school, I have earned outstanding grades throughout the turbulence of attending different schools in two different countries. Freshman year was a transition across the United States from the West to East Coast. However, even in the midst of struggling in a drastically new environment, I maintained a 4.0 GPA and received High Honors all four quarters. This year was an even bigger leap from the United States to Japan, but I have continued to maintain my high standard of work. This year, I have kept up a 4.0 GPA and was recognized on Principal’s Honor Roll. Overall, my outstanding academic work is remarkable because I have achieved high grades in all honors classes, all while facing new school environments each year and balancing sports and extracurriculars as well.
Every since I was a young girl I have invested myself in my academics. I always loved coming home and showing my parents my report cards, because I wanted to show them the effort and diligence that I put forth into my academics. As I grew older that passion never faded, and instead of wanting to get that A to show my parents I found myself wanting to get that A to for myself. As a result, my academic achievements have become one of my most prized accomplishments in my life. Finishing off my final months of senior year I am carrying with me a grade point average of 3.97, and as a result of this I am number eight in my graduating class here at Summerfield. The reason my academics have become my most prized accomplishment is because it shows forth the qualities of effort and determination that I have put forth, and those are qualities that I believe a good leader must
According to John Quincy Adams “ If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and becoming more, you are a leader.” Throughout my years in Mater Academy East, I have always strive to get the best grades possible. While inspiring others to do the same. I have been a member of The Cat Network for a year. The Cat Network is a non-profit corporation that is dedicated to save animals from the wrong hands. This non-profit corporation has taught me a lot about the importance of communication, helping out the community, and working in a team environment. I plan to use all my experience to Inspire and help students to achieve their goals.
When my acceptance came in I realized that I am a strong leader with the determination to help others. As a result, I worked harder than ever before to become a leader I can be proud of. The summer before my junior year I attended a state leadership camp at the one and only Colorado State University. Being a second year camper, I assumed my experiences would be much like my first year there, educational but lacking impact. I couldn’t have been more incorrect. My adult counselor at the camp, Beth Carson, changed my outlook on my life. I realized that I will never influence the world by not taking risks. So, I ran to be one of the three members on the Colorado State Student Leadership Executive Board. It’s crazy that the experiences within four days had the power to turn all my failures into successes. I learned one of the greatest lessons that life can teach you, one can’t succeed if one doesn’t try. I’ve been able to come to the realization that it doesn't matter if you make mistakes, it matters how you continue on from those
Academically, I rank 107 in a class of 1010, have competed on our cross country team and competed with great success in cross fit competitions as well as serving as an instructor. I was honored to serve as President of the Student Council as well as the organization. My leadership roles in high school have presented many unique challenges that I have met through team building, a strong work ethic and personal example. Our success has resulted in our groups being stronger and more cohesive. I am especially proud of leading students from different backgrounds, establishing common goals, working together and initiating action plans that have made our school a better, safer, wholesome
Although extracurricular interests provided by the school aid in the formation of my young adulthood, activities outside of this institution are indispensable to my psyche. One such aspect of my evolving development attributes from my service for the community. Through this work, I have not only acquired leadership expertise through social interaction and empowerment skills, but also through the positive reinforcement of others.
As a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society, I was chosen as a semifinalist (top 20% of all applicants on the nation) for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. For my hard work, academic results, and community involvement, I have been awarded with some scholarships such as: SALAD scholarship (2016), Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar (2016), and Dr. Pepper/Sales Tuition Award (2015). For my academic performance, I achieved the Dean’s List for every term since Fall 2015. As part of a team, I won 1st Place in the “Strategic Analysis and Business Decision Making” category at the Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference, celebrated in Atlanta, Georgia. I received the 2015-2016 FCSAA All-Academic Team in Student
While I was in high school, I was also a part of Porterville United. Porterville United is one of the local club soccer, traveling teams. We are considered elite soccer, we played at the top bracket for our age, and the players take the game to another level. My time on this team helped me become a leader and genuinely helped my communication with others. I am now able to step up to any situation and put in my full effort, because I am used to stepping in where I am needed. This soccer team helped me comprehend sport situations well, which helped me be able to play softball and volleyball, and I was capable of being captain of these teams. Not only did it help me excel in sports, but it made me want to become a part of student leadership to
On January 22, 2001, I was born at Rex Hospital in Raleigh, North Carolina. My family and I traveled around for about a year and a half of my life before settling down in Augusta, Georgia. We stayed in Georgia until I finished preschool, then we moved to Greensboro, North Carolina. The first several years living in Greensboro were typical until I reached middle school. In my early years of school, I was the kid who was always so sprightly but when I reached sixth grade that momentum shifted. I let procrastination bury me alive in addition to my low self-esteem leading me into sadness. The only form of serenity during middle school was music. Music rejuvenated my state of mind and permitted me to be happier. Immensely being involved in the choral program at the middle school majorly contributed to my happiness. I received high honors while being in the program that paved my high school choral career to be astounding. However, my academic high school career did not quite meet the same expectations.