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Whether it be on the football field, track, in the classroom, or whatever I am doing, I always give 110%. Therefore I feel that I lead by example because if I am pushing myself to be the best I can be by using hard work and learning as much as I can, then I can excel as a leader. If I am always giving 110%, then my teammates and peers will see my actions and do the same themselves.
I have always been a healthy student-athlete. I always strive to be the best through hard work and determination. This shows through my accomplishments in the classroom and in my training. I put everything I have into everything I do. This has always been the case from elementary school to high school.
I have accumulated many hours of community service. I have volunteered as a summer learning camp counselor, operated booths for fairs, and participated many times in clean-ups after programs, carnivals, and family nights for the local elementary schools. I do this because it helps build friendships and it makes me feel good that my former teachers can count on me when needed. Another act of community service that I take pride in, is volunteering for the Neph-Cure Foundation. This is very important to me because my brother was diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome in 2006, when he was 8 years old. We have participated in walks, toy drives, and helped raise money for donations. I have also volunteered for local clubs like the Red Suspenders Charity to help raise money for the Special Olympics. I was raised in La Porte and I take a lot of pride in my community and I am always willing to give back.
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