I have developed my character and leadership skills in my previous community service projects.
Some of my community service projects have included my silver award (Girl Scouts) that fixed the hoophouse by the elementary school, taught a local troop about recycling for the journey to my gold award, my bronze award which I babysat kids during Christmas, the community egg hunt, yearly flower planting at Cousin’s Park, the humane society, basketball and football concessions, working lugnuts, and parking for MSU football games....
[tags: Academics, Volunteer, Student] - The National Honor Society is based off of four pillars: Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character.
School is an extremely important part of anyone’s life, and I feel blessed that I have had the opportunity to attend Lutheran schools from Kindergarten until the present.
Her primary occupations at her age are a daughter, sister, and a student.
She lives in a household of 4 with 1 younger sister, both of her parents, and a cat.[tags: education, grades, leadership, society] - William Jennings Bryan was quoted in saying, “Destiny is not a matter of chance; it is matter of choice.It is not something to be waited for, but rather something to be achieved.” Bryan and I see eye to eye, for I also believe destiny is something you control.The National Honor Society sets a standard of achievement every student should strive to attain....[tags: High school, Leadership, Communication, Management] - ...Since I have four younger siblings myself I enjoy helping young children.In the youth basketball program I would observe their technique, play games, and give pointers. I had to help recruit people to bring toys and I had to donate toys myself.Juliana has a close relationship with her younger sister and she told me that “I’m her role model” when her parents are away.Some of her strengths are, she is an honor student who is currently enrolled in the International Bachelorette Program (IB) and National Honor Society....As a person I have ambition, academic excellence, and great decision making skills to offer to the NHS. Emphasis was always placed on good grades and a full understanding of everything I learned growing up as a child and it still is being emphasized today.For example, ever since I was inducted into the National Junior Honor Society I have been striving to do my academic best for a chance to be in the NHS. Though grades do not necessarily pertain to academics, it does reflect your knowledge in the subject.