The Importance Of The Millennial Generation

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The generation from the 1980’s to early 2000’s is known as “Generation Y” or “the Millennial Generation.” This generation receives poor criticism, Ken Moelis states, “ There is a desire for change. There is a millennial generation that doesn’t like what they are seeing, but doesn’t quite know what the solution is.” This quote demonstrates a common theme throughout the millennial population, therefore, the urgency to implement change is underrepresented. This harrowing theme has led me to commit significant time to lead on the antithetical portion of this theme. This leadership has been demonstrated in my school, community, and efforts to aid the underprivileged world populations. High school gives students the opportunity to contribute to a small population. During my Junior year, taking two Advanced Placement classes, and foreseeing the four Advanced Placement in my senior year, I witnessed the significant financial burden that the standardized “AP” tests have on many students and families. This recognition prompted me to suggest to a peer and adviser the possibility of an “ AP Club.” The main goal for this club was to fundraise to pay for the expenses of the tests as well as create opportunities for students to study and prepare for the May tests. This club has recruited 54 total members so far and is set to begin our first fundraising opportunity at the end of the month. My participation in student council has given me the honor of being the Co-president for the
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