I am a new grad looking to make the next step in my life. As a past president of Bloomingdale DeMolay, a youth group for young men, and a proud cat owner I think I have learned responsibility and many other skills in life earlier then most. I am good with working with others, talking to strangers, and keeping things organized.
By being in DeMolay and school lacrosse I have good team working skills.
By taking care of a cat and being responsible for all the cat's needs I know how to be responsible and keep everything in check.
I keep a collection of cards and other collectables and have everything organized as to make searching for something specific very easy to find.
All skills are learned at DeMolay and especially in the position of the president where I needed to plan events, keep trace of minutes, and delegate to other members to make events run smoothly.
I had to plan meetings, organize events, and delegate other members in order to keep everything running smoothly.
(All of this was volunteer work and I wasn't payed for my work)
As the Vise President I needed to plan charity events.
(All of this was volunteer work I did I was not payed for)
As the Manager of the chapter I needed to make sure the other members had and incentive to bring in new members.
(All of this was volunteer work and I did not get paid)
I have a collection of YuGiOh cards from when I was a kid and still keep today. I organize them in card binders in certain groups like having duplicate cards, cards in the same archetype, attributes, attack and defense points, number of stars, the type of card, and certain types of cards being organized in alphabetical order. I also have a cat and am responsible for all the cats needs. I have to feed the cat and make sure he gets fresh water, clipping his nails, giving him baths, brushing him, taking out the litter, brushing his teeth, train, and playing with him. While some people think cats are complete free spirits who only need food and water they require much more then that. My cat in particular has the personality similar to a dog and needs much more attention then a normal cat would, which means playing and giving more attention to him is needed in order for him to be happy. With him being a year old and having him since September 2nd I think I have done a great job taking care of him.
DeMolay is an International youth group for men the ages of 12 to 21, in DeMolay you meet all kinds of people and learn how to run the meetings and organize events. As you move up the seats you gain more responsibility and with that responsibility comes more lines the learn and memorize. In DeMolay we learn speeches that we have to learn and memorize and we take the speeches we learn and go to speech competitions where we compete against other chapters where judges score you. You can also get many awards for doing extra work in DeMolay, not only do those awards give skills to the person awarded to them but they also gain points for chapter of the year. A competition where chapters do things from speech competition to awards in order to gain points and certain things give more points then others. My chapter Bloomingdale chapter has won chapter of the year three times in a row since my joining. All of us worked hard for that. With my skill to learn and memorizes speeches I went to the 100 year anniversary competition where we got second place for a speech that has not been done for competition for 20 years.
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