The place that I decided to do my volunteer experience was at Big Brother Big Sister. I choose this place because I was involved in the Big Brother Big Sister program when I was a kid. My experience that I had at the program was great, the people who ran the company were very inviting and very enthused that I had come in to volunteer for their program. The experience was very exciting because I was able to see how much the organization had grown.
It offers girls and their parents the opportunity to bond and learn together by providing monthly kit. A portion of sales at Little Mizz Kit go to March of Dimes to support the development of healthy babies. The founder and CEO of the company is Nicole Gleeson and her husband Brent Gleeson, ex-Navy Seal, is the marketing CEO.
You both mean so much to me and I couldn’t of survived Lake House without you. I will miss you so much and I will definitely never forget you . I would like to thank nurse Alia for giving my family school recommendations and helping to take me to all of my orthodontist appointment I appreciate it. I would like to thank Miss Maggie because you have always cheered me up when I was sad and were always there to help me when I needed someone to talk
The many that stick out in my mind are responsibility and accountability, leadership, honor and integrity, respect, caring and compassion, communication and a thirst for knowledge. All of these attributes pertain equally to the professional work environment, as well as a student in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree Program. An “old soul” best epitomizes my unique character. Serving as a role model for kids of all ages, I relish in my ability to produce confident, independent young women, through the sport of gymnastics. Training youth athletes for the past 6 years has prepared me for the caring and compassionate roots essential for the success of a physical therapist.
“Go Nicole!” shouts my mom. My mom is extremely supportive and is definitely deserving of the Magnificent Mother award. In my opinion, my mom is the most caring, loving, and supportive mom in the world! She supports me during sports and academics.
Sure enough, with a lot of help from my mother and my director, I was able to lead the team through the season, ending with us winning 1st place at championships. Through that experience I learned a lot about what it means to be a leader.
The reason for this is almost 100 colleges in the US have gymnastics teams. Not only can you continue to do gymnastics and do what you love, you can even earn a helpful scholarship! As a result, if you go to college and get on the gymnastics team, you can make friends quickly because you have something in common with your teammates. Now if you take Simone Biles for instance, she trained so hard in gymnastics and got to go to the Olympics. Not only did she get to go to the Olympics, which is pretty dang hard to do, but she won 1st all around, floor, and vault!
Legacy: First off, I’d like to thank my parents before anyone else. Between taking me to all my gymnastics competitions, practices, soccer games, basketball games, horseback riding lessons, I couldn’t put anyone before them. I wouldn’t be the athlete, student, or the person I am today if I didn’t have them in my life. My mom, Debra as most know, has had a great influence on my life. My mom and I are very close and I’m so glad I could have such an amazing relationship with my mom.
Being the first to enter through school doors within the family, I have the duty to fulfill the dream of promise which my immigrant parents had wished for when they first stepped onto American soil. With this dream in mind, I strive to set the standards within my family to show my parents that their hard work is appreciated and is worth something more than they can fathom. Thus, from my younger years until now, I am driven to continue learning in order to make my parents proud and also to give a foundation off of which my siblings can strive for
In life there are many influences that shape a person 's personality. Winning Balance by Shawn Johnson shows the many influences she has had in her life, that made her who she is today. Shawn Johnson is from West Des Moines, Iowa and is known as the retired Olympic Gymnast. She won four gold medals for gymnastics, in the 2008 Summer Olympics. Her family is a big part of her life and has been her number one fan.
Tabetha Wilson, is the third born, of six children to two immigrant parents. As a first generation American, her parents put a huge emphasis on education, good grades, reading but also her culture and being a good person. She attributes this upbringing to her motivation for continuous self-improvement, the pursuit of consistently delivering her personal best and championing causes of the underdog. An Albany resident since the age of five, she feels a personal responsibility to shape the vision of her cities future. She works tirelessly through her work and volunteer opportunities to make this a reality.
Her leadership in the Technology Student Association (TSA) clearly demonstrates this; she joined purely out of curiosity and a desire to learn new skills, and, as a result, she has come to excel in the events she chose to explore. I had the honor of working alongside Kelsey on the TSA officer team, and in our most competitive event, Chapter Team. As a part of both teams, Kelsey has shown her ability to work well with others. She always pulls her weight and more. As an officer, she has dedicated her time to ensuring that all members feel welcome.
Having a solid foundation growing up creates a path to success. Growing up my parents taught me how to conduct myself. my first impression is a lasting impression when meeting people. Respecting others goes a long way in America. Treating people the way you want to be treated is a golden rule, I try to exercise this rule daily.