The Boys and Girls Clubs of the CSRA is a local chapter of the national organization that provides afterschool programs to children and young adults in order to provide for their development as productive members of society. (Evans, 2016)
The mission for the YMCA for youth is “Nurturing the potential of every child and teen”. Staff are taught that we must follow the mission statement to the fullest to insure that children will be able to fulfill their potentials. Also was said that many children, and teens do not have the resources to reach their potential so that is where the YMCA, and staff comes in. The YMCA tries to keep their mission alive by providing different classes, resources, and values to help youth. The are various programs, and services we provide for children and youth. Starting with childcare, camp, healthy food, education, sports, homework club, after school programs, classes, and many more. The YMCA is a non profit meaning it is goal is not making money, and makes most of their funds by fundraising, and membership cost. Although, the YMCA does not turn away anyone just because they do not have the funds to buy a membership. The YMCA provides aid for anyone that needs it, and welcomes them with open arms. Other ways the YMCA obtains money to keep their gym running is special events, and some programs that may have a fee.The YMCA main goal starting out was keeping young men out of trouble, and getting them the resources to find a job. That still lives on today, along with promoting healthy living. The YMCA hires people that fit under the safety guidelines for youth, and the same for volunteers. Every worker and volunteer must be able to pass a national finger print, and go through trainings
In addition to my graduate studies focusing on national security, the Critical Language Scholarship would develop necessary skills for my professional goals. The language education, along with engagement opportunities beyond the classroom, would provide the needed depth to be competitive when applying to work with the State Department or an intelligence job. The program would complement my graduate school education, further developing my knowledge of international diplomacy and
The National Junior Honor Society and I possess a common vision. I, like the members of this Honor Society strive to make Stinson an all around friendlier environment and spread positivity school wide. I believe I would live up to be an outstanding member of NJHS because, I am exceptionally responsible, and will have an opportunity to express ways to help further our school’s reputation.
Two years ago, I volunteered at YMCA and found myself an acting vice president. My country was known as the 5-11 Club which was a part of the greater YMCA continent. The country was in constant turmoil, but before I could address these problems I first had to cross the cultural barrier
Over the past several years, I have volunteered my time with the Independence Youth Court. It is a diversion court where minors may be arraigned or tried for misdemeanor offenses. As a volunteer, it is my duty to represent these minors as their lawyer or deliberate on their sentences as a judge or the court. As I have volunteered with Youth Court, I have learned that my passion is in law. As I donate my time volunteering with this organization, I am learning more about being a lawyer and a judge while also helping the children of my community. My time with this amazing charity will continue to impact my life as I continue into college to study law and as I become an attorney.
After my junior year I have attended New Mexico Boys’ State in 2016, is a program that was sponsored by New Mexico American Legion which was to help young boys to be good leaders and good citizen. It was a mock New Mexico’s state government and there I was elected chairman of the Federalist and appointed to be Chief Clerk of the House of Representative. This was beneficial to me because I understand what it take to make law and how it can be quickly pass. I also blossom to become a leader. In my freshman year I was part of the Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) of National Carson Forest, Jicarilla District. The YCC program was to help high school student to better themselves to working in the forest and being part of the environment. I learn many
Hi,my name is junior. I am fundraising with Teen Leaders of California Teen leaders is a special program. Their main goal are to help teens help themselves by earning extra money, winning trips and prizes and staying away from gangs and drugs. Right now I am trying to win an education saving bond for college and a trip to Ohio cedar point. I would really appreciate you helping our program by buying some of my items. Before you say no let me show you what I
If you're the smartest person in the room, then you're in the wrong room. During my experience with the Liberal Youth Ambassador Program, I often encountered challenging situations that allowed me to hone my adaptability and leadership skills. I was consistently pushed out of my comfort zone to share my opinions on everything from immigration policy to nuclear warheads, as a sixteen year old high school student to a room usually full of political science majors. I learned more about myself, gained perspective and experienced growth in character when I rose to the challenge and made myself heard. Although daunting, the ambassador program afforded me the humbling, yet inspiring opportunity to debate and collaborate with some of the most brilliant
Growing up I have always felt a desire to help people on a larger, more global scale. As an American citizen, the role the United States (U.S) plays in global politics has always been relevant and present in my life. Discussions in school and stories on the news about American foreign policy has fueled my interest to learn more about international politics and American diplomacy. My desire to help people, combined with my interest towards U.S in global politics, has created my passion towards America’s foreign policy and international politics as a whole.
If I have the great honor of working in Valencia, I know that I will grow professionally. As I am about to graduate in December, I seek to gain more work experience. One of my life goals is to work abroad, my end goal is to become a Foreign Service officer. I desire to engage and interact with people of different ethnicities and cultures. By the merely being abroad, I know that I will learn many new opportunities to exceed my potential. Many people believe that international affairs, political science, and related careers are easy, but it is a misconception because they require a well-rounded understanding of various subjects similar to others. In my future career as a Foreign Service officer, learning and proficiently speaking a foreign language is a great asset. My personal goals and career goals are intertwined. Being a Program Assistant is a privilege that cannot be described. Sitting outside of Café Lavin, one of the warm-heart places that I have traveled to, as I order a coffee and eat a tortilla in the morning, t it something that money cannot
WEP (World Education Program) is an Australian based, worldwide organization, respected for sending students around the world on organized and rewarding, international exchanges. Established in 2001, the organizations CEO, Carleen Wheeler, has over 25 years of experience in the field and is devoted to providing safe and prosperous opportunities for young people around the world. This website is clearly intended for teenage students who want to get the information they need, quickly and succinctly. It contains many images, pop-down pages, and short, informative bulletin points. The website concisely explains how exchanges can give students a new-found sense of self-confidence, and the ability to confront new challenges as they arise. Hosting
The Dean Rusk International Studies Program has convinced me that my dreams at Davidson College matter. I have always wanted an opportunity to acquire a global education and work with other fellows to make a difference in the lives of others. To me, this program will not only equip me with experience and skills for my personal and academic development, it will also transform me into the innovative and capable leader I envision myself to be. I see this scheme as a stepping stone for my desire to be of service as a health advocate in Ghana and Africa.
My first year I was placed in all honors classes, French 4 advanced, Mandarin I and AP English; ambitious achievements for me since all I knew was Spanish before. Selected as an Orientation Leader in my community, I spoke about my experience as an international student and encouraged my peers to be tenacious. Besides helping students at my high school, I became part of Amnesty Club starting races to fund scholarships for students with Rwanda Girls Initiative and organizing found raisers for school’s supply in low-income schools. Pioneering in my own projects, through my leadership skills I became an Ambassador for Sierra Gorda Alliance; raising $3,000 for 170 schools and micro-enterprises run by rural women to cultivate civil participation with sustainable economic opportunities for impoverished communities protecting their pristine environment. Soon becoming an entrepreneur, my profit became the smiles in people; fueling my passion to study International
(“SIR Specific Research Programs”). Around two-hundred undergraduates teach IR to nearby high schools through the Teaching International Relations Program, and within the International Relations Undergraduate Association a developed community of students exist. There are also opportunities for global literary outreach with Glimpse from the Globe, a student publication featuring IR topics from undergraduates across the country, and the Southern California International Review, a bi-annual publication that offers undergraduates to publish their research (“Extracurricular Opportunities”).