The Importance Of The Boys And Girls Club

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These past sixteen months, as member of the Boys & Girls Club, has been a momentous time of my life. One of my key aspect of involvement at the club, is helping the kids with homework. Most of the times when the kids comes to the Boys & Girls Club from school, the chances of them having homework is very high of them having to complete their assignment to turn it in the next day. I utilize the time I have to devote all of my time and energy to assist them with their homework. I personally know how important it is to have an education. There are times we are low on staff, I volunteer myself to help with the groups, knowing how noisy the kids can get, but it’s always a pleasure to have them around. I enjoy volunteering at the front desk, calling …show more content…
Academically the staff at the club inspires me to pursue my dreams, never give up and always keep my eyes on the prize. There was a point of life I was depress and felt like the whole world was against me, because my father didn’t tell me about my two youngest brothers and his new wife. One of the counselors at the Boys and Girls club had lead me on a little secret. “Never let no one, I mean no one, put you down no matter what happens in life.” When she told me that, all I can do is keep my head up high, because these words where very touching. Are you afraid of anything in life? Height? Darkness? Or even have stage frights? Well if it’s stage frights I can relate to you. Before being a member of the Boys and Girls Club, I would always get anxious when asked to present in front of an audience small or large. At the Boys and Girls club I was thought varies ways to overcome my anxiety, things like: hosting events (MC) and even talking in front of small audience. As of right now I am very proud to say I no longer have stage fright. I am proud to say that I host (MC) all the events that is going on at the Florence Degeorge Boys and Girl …show more content…
As president of the key club, I helped Mrs. Shay organized field trips, for example: feeding the homeless, and helping the kids around the club. I participate on the Teen Outreach Program (T.O.P) that helps all the teens understand the purpose of school, money, most importantly Drugs and Alcohol and sex, we see a lot of the young ones are going through ruff times and that’s what they turn to. The money matter program really helps me understand how to save my money, and build a better

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