The transition between 8th and 9th grade was important for me because I took up voice lesson in 8th grade and went to my first music camp the summer before 9th grade. As a freshman, I joined the chorus as a soprano. It was slightly intimidating that year because I was the youngest person in my section. Everyone
There was a time I volunteered at an organization as a youth soccer coach and a roller hockey coach knowing I had never played before, I must say it was the most fun learning how to lead experience. I later led a group of cheerleaders for my son’s football team and I especially enjoyed volunteering at local food pantries, at a thrift store and for many youth groups through my home church, my favorite was, and still is,
I have grown to love the sport. The reason for joining colorguard was because I stopped playing my instrument in junior high so I couldn’t march. The only other way to join the band was by joining colorguard. The reason for joining was because of a boy and I really liked him so I wanted to join to get to know him better. Unfortunately, it didn’t work out but I’m forever grateful for joining because it helped me find who i truly was and it helped me find my true passion.
leaving my door open, talking to her about her day, and starting conversations. The only reason I mention this is because before I came to college, I thought an RA was simply, a student leader who would be friends with all the people on their floor and would set up fun programs so they could all interact and everyone would become a big happy family. While this could be a possibility, although
After the ceremony, one of the camp counselors told me the reason why I received the award. It was my first year at the Youth Leadership Academy (YLA), which is run by the Mahwah Police Department. Throughout the week, the campers
They all believe she could because of the stories she would come up with as a child, and they had no problem of putting a notebook in front of her. Jacqueline 's family help mold her as a family should. A family should help you reach your dream and inspire you to do anything, Family is important to me because they are my support system, and they are not yes
While in the club, I was taught different dance moves for the songs that we were performing. Once I perfected the dance steps, I would teach some of the other students that needed aid. This experience allowed me to try something new, help other students out, and practice my leadership skills by effectively communicating to the other students and showing them different methods for memorizing the dance steps. This academic year, I have also been an active member of the Pre-Dental club since it pertains to my career path of becoming a future orthodontist. Recently, I volunteered at Tate Woods Elementary School with several other members and taught second graders the importance of dental hygiene.
I have leadership skills that are portrayed at school, at church and at after school activities. I also should be in it because of my strong character and how I can work in a team. I have never gotten a MRI or an ODR, always thinking about helping others and cheering them up. Also I try to be a good influence on everyone by behaving and being gentle. Also, I like helping my team and treating everyone equally.
While Finalizing my senior project portfolio and accomplishing dream goals, comparing this to my high school experiences is nothing. I accomplished so much and am so proud of what I have done. The knowledge I learned while completing this project is that there are so many people who you can trust. I learned how to get jobs and learned how to be a model. I learned to trust my gut about people.
While working at a preschool I discovered my love of working with children. My favorite moments were when the children would finally write the letter we had been practicing the whole week. I would watch them do something by themselves that they had not been able to do before and see how proud they were of themselves. Knowing that I helped them feel that way was the best feeling. I want to translate that into the physical therapy field and help children with neurological disorders and developmental delays achieve their potentials, physically and