I am a young woman currently on the brink of adulthood, intrigued and motivated by the potential of the world around me. I am an independent, creative thinker, and am dedicated to my school and home community. Over the past two years, I have completed more than 400 hours of community service working to engage youth in global issues, sustainability, and health. I have coached youth soccer, providing a role model for young soccer players, while tutoring refugee students in her school. I strive to be as involved in my community as my studies permit.
I schedule the appointments, check those in that are donating and relay the importance of donating blood to the student body. Also, being a member of River Valley’s FFA chapter I participate in activities such as Food for America, Adopt-a-Family, and Community Breakfast. FFA has been a very important part to my high school experience because it has taught me the
1. In the summer of 2017, I volunteered once a week for 6-8 weeks with an organization called The First Tee, which works with youth to teach them life skills via the game of golf. Starting as young as 5-6 years old, the participants learn to play golf and develop their skills in the sport, but a large aspect of the organization’s mission is to teach children life skills such as integrity, honesty, and responsibility. Through golf they learn to be courteous to those around them and to always act with integrity as well.
Throughout high school, I have involved myself with various activities, both curricular and extracurricular. As a member of National Honor Society (NHS), I participate in numerous public service events. Some of which include volunteering at Springdale’s annual Strawberry Festival, Senior Citizen Brunch and Street Fair amongst a variety of school functions such as Education Celebration and our recent Job Fair. Through NHS, I also tutor other students in the High School as well as students of any age in the district at the Springdale Public Library. Outside from NHS, I have volunteered at a variety of places.
Kiana Burns a junior at Chase High School is the founder and editor of The Trojan Torch Newsletter in Forest City, North Carolina and the junior class secretary. Kiana is an active member of her community through her volunteering of Corvettes for Vets, the Senior Citizens Breakfast of Chase High, and the National Beta Club. Kiana’s love for politics was sparked at a young age and with her experience as a Senate Youth she will work toward her goal to become a politician. She hopes that as a Senate Youth she will be able to represent her state and country well in continuing democracy.
Bunnings stores stock around 45,000 products, including; plants, gardening equipment and supplies, as they assist and support a widespread and diverse range of local, regional and national groups to the local community, encouraging and educating customers about environmentally friendly alternatives. Bunnings regularly helps local community groups by providing hands-on assistance with their projects and education prior to schools and kindergartens. 179-201 Victoria Parade, Collingwood. Contact: (03) 92812900 To promote the environmental awareness for children, I will collaborate the Bunning’s community & activity team, invite them to conduct an incursion with children in kinder room about planting our own pot.
For my service leaning assignment, I volunteered at the Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival in support of the Montgomery County Food Bank receiving donations at the festival entrance. In volunteering at the event, I learned the differences in service learning, volunteerism and community service and will provide details in what I learned a about each. I will also provide details and examples of teamwork, communication and networking experiences gained while at the event. A brief overview of the Montgomery County Food bank will also be provided with information on the assignment task, measurable success and interaction with fellow students and organization directors.
I am an algebra and geometry tutor in my hometown during the summer. I also volunteer at the Maryland food bank during breaks. In Sewanee, I have participated in civic engagement as part of the African American Alliance and the Hispanic Organization for Latino Awareness. As part of my fraternity "Gamma Sigma Phi," I volunteered in community activities and fundraisers for breast cancer awareness, Sewanee elementary, and Haven for
Being a student at Frostburg State University has allowed me to participate in a number of student organizations as well as leader positions and experiences. As a current mentor in the Read to Succeed program, which is geared towards helping young local students understand and develop fundamental reading and math skills, I have learned the depth and importance associated with maintaining an active role in the community. Such an experience has also helped me to enhance my own leadership skills as the current president of the Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC). This student organization partners with the university’s health center, Brady Health Center, in providing and promoting health to students and members of the community. As president, I not only work side by side with the diligent members of the organization in advocating healthy lifestyle choices to students, but
Both my siblings had been involved in the club, so I started right out freshman year by attending the after church meetings. I have been involved in various fundraisers the group has done for their annual mission trip. I have also participated in the annual coat drive each fall, and the Super Bowl Sunday fundraiser that benefits the local food kitchen. Since I first joined, SMYLE has provided me with many opportunities to combine my faith and service to help contribute to the community. Service and leadership have been important assets that I have worked at achieving all throughout and before high school.
My job would very year to year but I mostly helped with setting up events and making sure the participants got to the right event. Sometimes I would even get to participate in the event like the wheel chair relay race. I love working with this organization because I love watching the participates get excited about doing their events. Babysitting/Nanning — 2010-2016 The last six years I have gotten the opportunity to work for a family as their nanny.
I served as a Tunnel of Awareness liaison and assisted a student taking part in the event to create an exhibit on homelessness that aimed to educate through one-on-one interviews. Currently, I serve on the Leadership and Service Team where I have the opportunity to work with Women’s Programs on the campus and coordinate innovative programs for female leaders on