Energetic humanitarian offering outstanding interpersonal skills who is dedicated to helping others with notable experience with kids and children with special needs.
Versatile leader familiar with organizing small group and community events. Enthusiastic and disciplined with over 11-years of dedication to helping make the world a better place through Girl Scouts as demonstrated through both a Silver and a Gold Award. Prepared to apply experience and skills to help grow and expand current knowledge in order to learn more about the world.
Girl Scout Gold Award (2020)
The Gold Award is the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn. With completion of over 100 hours in the leadership project (minimum of 80 required), I made a lasting impact in my community by running a summer day camp at my neighborhood pool. Through the free camp, the kids learned games they can play outside as well as ice breakers they can use as fun get-to-know-you games with new friends! The goal of my project was to help give kids ideas of fun games to play outside and ways to get to know other kids their age and socialize. In doing so, I helped foster an environment that made them excited about playing outside and with each other which led to them spending less time inside on video games and other devices. While implementing this project, I practiced interpersonal skills, commitment, large project management, problem solving, communication, and managed budgets and timelines.
Key Club Distinguished Member (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021) Awarded for consistently and successfully surpassing my chapters competitive 50 hour minimum service requirement in diverse service categories.
James R. Wall Humanitarian Award (2019)
Selected out of over 600 other students in my class, I received this award from the James R. Wall committee for my community service, leadership, and compassion. I completed both a competitive application process and then was invited along with 4 other finalist to interview one-on-one with the committee for this award.
Girl Scout Silver Award (2018)
The Silver Award is the second highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn. With over 50 hours of service in the project, I helped create a lasting impact in my community by spreading awareness in my school community about Kitten Season and the importance of adopting. I also ran a donation drive at my middle school to help support Animal Friends, the local animal shelter.
Notable Roles: Treasurer, Vice President, and Communications Director
Time Commitment: 5 hours/month along with additional service projects
Awards: Girl Scout Gold Award (2020) and Girl Scout Silver Award (2018)
Notable Roles: Active Volunteer, regular at McKnight Homework club tutoring
Time Commitment: Minimum of 50 hours/year (I have logged over 300 service hours over the past four years)
Awards: Distinguished Member Award (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
Notable Roles: Treasurer and Peer Buddy
Time Commitment: 2 hours/week along with additional service projects
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