Enthusiastic worker eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail, and excellent organizational skills. A clear understanding of the importance of teamwork and relationship building among coworkers to make it a fun and positive work environment. Also, have training in Customer service. Motivated to learn, grow and excel in something that Interests me.
I went to Lockport Township High School my Freshman and Sophomore year of high school. My Junior year, I switched to being homeschooled in order to take more classes that I enjoyed.
I was in Dual Enrollment classes through Bridgeway which was an amazing opportunity for me and allowed me to almost receive my Associates before graduating High School. I am currently about to enter my Sophomore year of college and am on track to graduate a year early.
-State champion competitive gymnast. I grew up as a gymnast for most of my life which has taught me the value of being coachable, attentive to detail, and have the ability to take constructive criticism and use it to better myself.
-I was nominated as the Saliditorian (second to valedictorian) for my graduation. As someone who struggled in the public school system, seeing how much I had grown as a homeschooled student and how hard I worked in order to graduate with good grades really helped me grow overall as a person and gain confidence in myself.
-Dual Enrollment Classes. Starting my Junior year of high school when I became homeschooled, I began Dual Enrollment courses. These courses were very challenging and pushed me outside of my comfort zone. I had to work very hard, but I loved that it made me work really hard for what I wanted.
- I volunteered at the Waldorf School of Dupage. When I became homeschooled, I had a lot more free time to volunteer and do things that I enjoyed. That school is where I attended 7th and 8th grade and it was an amazing experience that I will never forget. I really wanted to be able to still stay connected and help out, so my junior and senior year, I volunteered there every Monday 8am-3pm. While volunteering there, I substituted for teachers, did chores and cleaned around the school, supervised field trips, answered phone calls, and more.
Being a competitive gymnast takes a lot of responsibility and pushing yourself. It means showing up to practice everyday and giving it your all. There were days where I wouldn't want to work as hard or the coaches would be really mean. However, what I learned from the hard days, is that even if it didn't feel like one day would make a difference, my hard work paid off later in my competitions. I couldn't always just wait for the motivation. Some days I would need to create it myself.
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