Reflection Of An Volunteer, Extracurricular Activities, Or Work Experience

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Describe any volunteer, extracurricular activities, or work experience in which you are or have been involved in the past two years. Describe any volunteer, extracurricular activities, or work experience in which you are or have been involved in the past two years. : Two years of growth and learning,are the couple of things that I gained while I was involved in clubs in college. When I was involved in several clubs such as the Catholic Student Fellowship Club and the Puente Club, I had the opportunity to give a hand to the community when I participated in events such as Halloween Town, which consisted in giving candy to the community. In specific, it was to give those people who were in need. Participating in these simple events, made me realize how important is to be involved in the community and how I can make a difference in the community. Moreover, it helped me realized that the community needs me and that I am important. When I was part of the Puente and the Latina Leadership Network Club, it helped me realize that I need to educate myself more in order to inform my family but also to inform my community. Being involved in these clubs has not only motivated me to continue to pursue the career I want to pursue but has also helped me to be more close to the community by helping them. While I was involved in the Catholic Student Fellowship, I had the bless to form part of the community Garden, which consisted in planting vegetables and fruits in order to help students who were in need of food. For the majority of extracurricular events that I was part of, I was trying to make a difference in someone’s live whether it was a small or a big difference. It’s a feeling that I’ve always had and I feel accomplished and special wheneve... ... middle of paper ... ...der to support me economically and emotionally. However, even though at times it has been hard, I 've been trying to help him in any way I can. Please tell us more about yourself. Is there any additional information you would like EOP to consider in determining your admission to the program? More than a Dreamer and undocumented, I consider myself a strong and empowered women who has been striving to succeed and working hard towards being a professional in order to help my family to have a promising future. I believed that I’ve been working hard in order to get to this point in my life. Being the first in my family to go to college cannot make more me prouder of than this. However, I believe that if I have the opportunity to form part of this program, I will definitely succeed with the help of this program. I believe that I will be nurtured if I 'm in this program

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