Hes donated millions of his own money to Chicago Public Schools and has worked very hard to bring the community together. By using his instagram and twitter he raises awareness for Chicago and get people to come together to help Chicago’s schools and neighborhoods. He’s even gotten multiple celebrities to spread awareness about Chicago on
Early life: John grew up in the Queens neighborhood of Hollis. An only child, John was raised by his mother and grandfather. He attended Bayside High School. In high school, he participated in a program that allowed him to work a full-time job and attend school on an alternating weekly basis, which he credits with instilling an entrepreneurial spirit. [ After graduating high school, he started a commuter van service How they started in business: FUBU Wool hats with their tops off and tied with fishing line were popular, and John noticed them being sold for $20, which he considered overpriced.
The Atlantic County Library is also somewhere I volunteer; helping young children read books and organizing craft days on the weekends. It is a duty for every high school student to contribute to their society to make the community around us a better
During high school, I was regarded as the best English-user. English class was always fun and interesting. I was especially enthusiastic in learning and practicing my writing skills. Writing has always been a personal hobby, and I often spend my free time drafting short stories. I knew I was good at writing as I was often asked to write for the school magazine or website, but I didn’t know what makes me a good writer.
The librarian was so impressed with my story that she entered my book in the young author's contest. I won 1st place at my school and I was so proud. I never thought I could finish the assignment, let alone win the contest.From then I began writing stories on my computer and telling my friends and family. People loved how much detail I would add to my stories, all the twists and turns they had. The joy I had with writing lessened away the older I got.
The library was located right beside my dad’s company, which made going to the library very convenient. As my grandmother and I would walk to the library, the sun would be shining, the birds would be singing, and there would always be one large puddle at the bottom of the hill we had to avoid. Once we would go inside, I would head straight to the card catalog in order to find a cool, new book to read. We would search and read for hours until it was time to go. Not only did this help my passion of reading to grow, it also created special bonds that can never be broken.
Anyone of us will always wish to read a good book that interested them. There are plenty of books that could help our humankind feel relax, happy and enjoy them.“To Kill The Mockingbird," a book that everyone should read once in their life. A book that have interested me and my classmates, the book haven’t finished yet but it produces so many lessons, moral values, and more that have increased the readers attentions. I only read from chapter one to chapter fourteen, but I have feeling like I have gone through half of many people lives. Moreover, after fourteen chapters, the theme of the first half of “To Kill The Mockingbird” is the lost of innocence in childhood and the conflict is about the children versus the adults.
My experience as a reader isn 't as extraordinary as many, but I love to read. I had some great teachers throughout my education that taught me to enjoy reading challenge oneself and not be intimidated by it. Through college and today I do not have much time to read, other than school books speech, education ,and reading. Those are the sweet books I know read. Beside all those school books I now read, I use to read books about life, and history I also lloved mystery books the ones that make one wonder and keep you guessing till the end.
I was in kindergarten when I developed the special hobby of reading. It was because of my mother sent me to special and advance studies. I voluntarily told my mom to let me enroll on that special program because I had nothing to do after school. Since my school was just across our old home, having a special class in the afternoon would really cause not much hassle or effort. Another factor that gave me the strength to love reading was because of my older sister.