My high school drill team director—Gina Rhoden—has impacted my life in a positive way. Through her advice and the example of her character she has inspired me to work hard to achieve my goals, to never be lazy, and to be more confident. Mrs. Gina puts in so much effort towards our drill team and all of her hard work and dedication is inspiring. Sometimes goals can seem unreachable, but Mrs. Gina has reassured me that the sky’s the limit. One of my goals in drill team is to be flexible and strong enough to kick my face.
Being a member of this team has given me more confidence than I ever thought a shy girl could attain. In addition to gaining confidence, I have learned to be humble. I train my mind and my body both on and off the field during the season as well as during the off season, but I still cannot take all the credit for what I accomplish in this sport. I have been blessed with a driven and quick-learning mind, a healthy immune system, and the body of an athlete. I also give credit to my coaches and to my teammates because I could never be where I am today if it were not for their inspiration and motivation.
What do you think was your biggest contribution as a team member while you played at Batavia High School? While participating in athletics at Batavia I believe my greatest contributions to the team were my work ethic and positivity. I may not have always been been the best athlete, but my teammates could always count on me to work as hard as I possibly could. No matter how hard a practice or game was, I always tried to inspire and motivate my teammates by working hard myself and encouraging them to keep pushing themselves. In what way do you think participation in sports at BHS has benefitted you?
"Walking enigma". That is what my closest friends think of me. I produce my best in any situation and I strive to break the limits that society tends to put on development and personal abilities, and yet after all this, I still have time to be involved in churches and the community and play sports and indulge in many other extra-curriculars. One may wonder how I get it done, but that is just me. I am Kode Williams, a self-motivated, goal-oriented individual with a hunger to be successful and a gripping motivation to better my society in ways I can be most effective, such as through sports and especially, software
I am 17 years old currently at studding health and social care level 3. I am hard working, punctual, a good time keeper, honest, polite and good at listening. Another thing I exceed in is team work, I am good at contributing in groups, as I did extra curriculum activities such as netball which allowed me to work well as a team to achieve greater accomplishments. I am a very hands on person which will make me reliable person who will be always looking to pick up extra shifts, and making the company an even better success. I see myself as someone who doesn’t give up in difficult situations.
In spite of the fact that I have possessed the capacity to play for some incredible mentors, been around the diversion since I can recall and have possessed the capacity to peruse about the numerous great coaches I realise that there is still much to learn. I think the best coaches are the individuals who don't protest always learn. The way the amusement is played and the children, you training will always be changing and have the capacity to create, will be urgent. In general, I think winning is essential, that is the reason one should play the diversion, however I know it is second in significance as a mentor. The connections you make with your players and the experience you can show them about existence will accomplish to a greater extent a legacy as any title flag ever
These time commitments taught me to manage my time and to never take weekends for granted. However, even though I have been very active, I have also been a conscientious student who has strived to achieve excellence in my educational endeavors. I have maintained a
The opportunity of creating and planning events to improve the experience of student athletes is a huge draw to a career in event management for me. There is still so much for me to learn in the area of event management, interviewing Seth was invaluable. I hope to continue to develop a relationship with him and soak in all of his knowledge and experience in the field. Seth told me that at the end of his career he wants to be able to say that he never cheated or sold out, that he was always in it for the student athletes and coaches, not for just a paycheck. I would like to say some of the same things about my
My personal strengths are that I am a dedicated student as well as never giving up. For me, I love being involved in things that makes a difference in our community and our school, that is why I am in an abundant amount of community service clubs. I am always consistent and not doing things last minute or just because it looks good on college apps. I do it because it means something to me and that I want to make a difference. Sometimes, there are times in my life that I am not able to handle the things on my plate, but I am resilient and able to pick myself back up on my own.
I want to be able to make a change in this world; even if it means starting off with something small. As I was growing up I would always help anyone out in need. Many times I volunteered with a group of people to do volunteer town clean up. This was a very great experience for me because it required me to work as a team to accomplish something. I knew I was not receiving anything in return, but I did it anyway because it made me feel great for helping to make a place more homelike for everyone.
The boys and girls club has many great sports activities to join in to help get kids out of the street and become more active in their community. They are there for you when you need them the most and you make so many new positive friends through the activities they have. Camp voyageur was my favorite camp they made you feel wanted and you never felt left out the camp leaders helped you become a leader and made you feel more independent. Boys and girls club have shown me a lot in life and I want to further my education so that someday I can give back to them. With all of my reasons why I want to further my education the most important reason is so I can give back to my family and community one day.
Although I work hard for everything I do and am always dedicated, I learned that hard work and dedication are much stronger when goals are made. I also realized you can learn just as much from watching as doing. As I prepare for college, I will carry this into being a better student to my professors. Finally, I am grateful for the huge support system that helped me accomplish my goal. My CORHA family, my mother and father, sisters, and friends were always there for advice and support; this is a blessing that is beyond any price tag.
Now I work two jobs and go to school. Never would I have thought that I would be working two jobs as a senior in high school but I am. Although I do get tired, exhausted and overwhelmed I do not give up. I push myself, sometimes I may over do it but, I always try to be the best person I can be. I enjoy my jobs, I enjoy making people happy and helping people.
The unique qualities and characteristics that I possess that will allow me to contribute to the UCF community are being able to work independently and staying motivated at everything I do. Working independently has prepared me for the future because I will not have anyone but myself to get my tasks done. All my life I have worked very hard to get everything I have wanted to accomplish in life especially during my junior year I set a goal to get straight A’s and I put my mind to it and I finally was able to obtain the grades I wanted. After all the years I have worked hard it has paid off which is why I am where I am today with a 4.236 weighted GPA and a 3.727 unweighted GPA. Another quality I have that will help me contribute to your community