Personal Narrative: Why I Became The President Of My National Honor Society

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“You did it. You helped make a difference,” were the words I heard when I felt my perspective on life change. It was in that moment, standing in the hallway of my high school, holding a crisp check of $2,000 for the American Heart Association that I realized I did not need to be a superhero in order to make a difference. When I became the president of my National Honor Society(NHS) chapter, I set out to make a difference within my school. In years past, the NHS chapter at my school was not extremely active and I set out to reinvent the chapter. With the small size of my high school, it was not a surprise that not much was accomplished in the past. There were many obstacles that needed to be overcome, but with every ounce of motivation and

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