In National Honor Society, I engage in volunteer projects for community service hours which showcase the four pillars of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. I also hold the Secretary position in SADD club. My duties include making announcements, informing members of upcoming meetings, and helping other officers with their duties.
Which supported 6,000 young farmers to show or produce vegetables, crafts, and livestock. Today more than 80 nations have many 4-H clubs or similar programs. All 4-H groups work to help young people learn and develop useful skills and to become productive citizens (“4-H Wikipedia“). The
The club was formed October 31st 2017 after being inspired by the Virginia Occupational Therapy Association Conference. The purpose of The Student Occupational Therapy Assistant Club is to promote Occupational Therapy in the community, increase awareness of the Occupational Therapy profession on campus, help students network with current Occupational Therapists in the Tidewater area, share useful information with members about Occupational Therapy, promote volunteering within the community as well as provide a social function for members. In the Student Occupational Therapy Assistant Club, I am president. As President I have been able to not only form the club and run meetings, but also help run and promote fundraisers such as our bake sale, Chipotle night and Shamrock Marathon with J&A
For articles, I look for physios that are actively involved in the soccer from the low level to high levels, such as the MLS or EPL. I had contacted Matt Sheldon, a professional soccer player who currently plays for Saint Louis FC, on numerous occasions about the process that he did for injuries on a personal level and team level. I felt that contacting a player in the sport made it much more interesting and simpler than just reading endless articles because I knew that I could ask questions that would be answered. Physical Education, U.S. History, and English were classes that helped me use thinking strategies/skills while creating my project because Physical Education has a direct correlation to the prevention of injuries in soccer since we do warm-ups every day and we are taught up technique in sports. U.S. History and English made it way easier to analyze and pull out information while researching subtopics for my product due to the fact both classes deal with analyzing and interpreting information from articles.
More and more people start to see you playing and cheering for you when you are in a game. People start to come to the games that you are playing in and there are some that bring different people to see you play. That way you start to have more fans that like to watch you play soccer. The friends you meet playing soccer are the real friends because they are there when you need them and call you to play soccer with them. They help you out when you don’t have anywhere to play, and they call you so you can play in the team they are on.
This experience gave me the opportunity to attend presentations conducted by individuals working within the field that discussed the large variety of career paths that a degree in this field has to offer. Being a part of this club has also given me the chance to volunteer with the Radford Police Department, the global non-profit known as Fear 2 Freedom, and with the club’s own organized events throughout the community. Radford University's Master of Social Work program is the place for me due to their focus on community-based family practice. By attending this program, I will be educated on practice skills that I will implement
I have had the opportunity to be an assistant team leader at a local community Centre. In addition, I had the chance to be an active member of George S. Henry Academy. Some of the activities that I have participated in included the girls’ rugby team, as well the social event coordinator for “Green Team”, an environmental club dedicated to raising environmental awareness for students and staff members. My role as assistant team leader at my local community Centre involved me helping students with homework, facilitating after-school activities and sports such as, soccer and table tennis for youth, and hosting summer camps. While being a part of the girl’s rugby team, I collaborated with my team members with ultimate goal of winning each game.
The cheer section at the games is one of the largest groups on campus and they call the student section Block I. The games are a chance for you to show off your school colors and spirit. During the football games out of the year, the students hold Orange Krush fundraisers to help raise money for charities. The marching band at football games have
I will help motivate my peers to take on more community and school service projects. I am not afraid to break out of my comfort zone to benefit those around me. The past two years I have worked to come out of my comfort zone and try new things. This lead me to many clubs and extracurricular activities that I know enjoy.
First of all, I want to express my gratitude for the opportunity to apply for the Clarence A. Hawkes Scholarship. With the cost of a college education increasing to new heights, scholarships become all the more important. I have participated in numerous and varied extracurricular activities throughout my life, and all these extracurriculars take up a considerable amounts of time. For instance, most days last Fall I would arrive at the school at 7:00 for marching band, have class from 8:15-3:20, cross country from 3:30-5:15 and then musical practice from 6:30-9:00. These time commitments taught me to manage my time and to never take weekends for granted.
Coaches who specialize in soccer training from the teenage level all the way up to the adult level can benefit from the methods and guidelines that are presented in this particular book. There are numerous coach accessories that one may use during soccer training. It is important to select accessories that can
In high school I was a part of thirteen activities and clubs ranging from National Honor Society and other volunteering clubs to Cross Country and Track. Of these thirteen, I was an exec for five. Most of my time was devoted to my roles in Cross Country as Team Captain, Student Council as Student Body Treasurer, Science Club as Co-VP, D.A.R.E club as an officer, and being a freshman mentor. Senior year my environmental science team took second place at both Regionals and State
When asked “What does it mean to be described as “a person of character” it brought two things to my mind, what is a character and as to what kind of character am I. The choices we made throughout our life help mold the proverbial clay that is our character; from where we decided to sit at the lunch table when we were in pre-school to whether or not we picked up some trash that laid on the ground and threw it away, these choices big or small created our character. Breaking down the question a person of character, in essence, is who we really are as people. The things that we say, do, and experience are the things that separate and make each and every single one of us are own unique individual, but what is my character? I reflect back trying to think of everything I have done, and it's hard to come up with my character.