Boys & Girls Clubs of America

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  • Eagle Scout Journey

    As an Eagle Scout, I spent 10 years of my childhood life trying to get to the rank that I am. I joined the Boy Scout of America program in 2nd grade as a Wolf Scout. Throughout my year, I worked hard to become an Eagle Scout. Earning the Eagle Scout Rank is an impressive award that stays with you throughout your entire life. You learn a lot of things within the program; from the Scout Law to the Scout Oath, which teaches you how to be trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, kind, obedient, brave…

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  • Boy Scouts Influenced My Life

    For a large part of my life, I have been a part of an association of young men who strive to achieve more than the standards in life. These young men learn an abundance of skills and traits that set them apart from society. This group is known as Boy Scouts has been a massive influence for me and has developed me into the person I have become today. Going from when I was young and was learning how to build a fire, tie knots, or teaching me leadership skills, Scouting has refined me into a more…

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  • Life Changing Experience: My Life Changing Experience

    experience Have you ever had a time where you are put in a group that changed your life? I am the assistant senior patrol leader in my boy scout troop in other words I am in charge of the troop(made up of 50 boys ages 17 down to age 11) when my senior patrol leader(who is like the ceo of boy scouts) is absent or asks me to do the duty of leader . The objective of the boy scouts is to teach leadership and responsibility in life. over the years I have went from being little irresponsible kid to…

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  • Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project

    and through the various clubs that I lead. The Christiana Care VolunTeen program allows young adults to help serve at the hospital in various areas, often exposing teenagers to how a hospital operates. Specifically, I worked in the Outpatient Pharmacy, SurgiCenter, and Pathology/Histology Lab, assisting patients and doctors with their various needs and tasks. Throughout the two summers that I volunteered at the hospital, I helped fold several hundred…

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  • Analysis Of This Boy's Life: A Memoir By Tobias Wolf

    in life and how much of a different boy he would be if he grew into a high class family that did not have any problems. Often during the day, Jack would be off smoking a cigarette and putting on a façade of manliness as he would describe how he did things such as “kill the turkey in Chinook”. Instead of stating the truth and showing his friends the boy that moves all…

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  • Nestle's Rhetorical Analysis: The Boys And Girls Club

    The Boys and Girls Club has three primary modes of rhetorical strategy which is evident on their national and local levels. The Boys and Girls collaboration with Nestle, Partnership for a Healthier America/Let’s Move, and Triple Play. I consider these as the primary modes of rhetoric because they are the largest, published ways the Club has communicated the reasons behind why children should live a healthy lifestyle. The Boys and Girls Club collaboration with Nestle started in 2015. In the…

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  • Gang Membership Group Analysis: Why Youth Join Gangs

    One that effectively combats gang membership is the Street Smart program implemented as a year-round curriculum for select youth in the club. The program’s efforts reflect primary prevention. Primary prevention is defined as the proactive efforts to keep certain problems or crises from occurring (Capuzzi, Gross, 2014). The program is primary because it targets youth who are at risk of becoming…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Boys And Girls Club

    particular one foundation. Americans should support the Boys and Girls Club of America because it is a safe place for children that are struggling in poverty. For more than 150 years, clubs have been helping young children to become their ideal self. It all began in 1860 with three women in Hartford, Connecticut. All three women help organize the club in their belief that boys that wandered the streets had a place that can be danger free. Today, clubs work with young children with diverse…

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  • Boys And Girls Club Research Paper

    Boys & Girls clubs of America Boys & Girls clubs is a club where boys and girls learn to express themselves by learning and participating in fun activities. It gives boys and girls in America a sense of belonging and identity. For those who are left at home with no supervision and they feel left out and alone, they get to feel loved and cared for when they join. Programs are organized for the young boys and girls to enhance learning self-competence and belonging. The Boys & Girls clubs of…

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  • Boys And Girls Club Case Study

    1. Boys and Girls club only costs 10 dollars a year to join. Making this organization a cheap and easy way to for a child to be involved in the community. 2. There are multiple buildings making Boys and Girls Club easily found and easily available. Also, more buildings equal more staff members to help with the children involved in the program. 3. Boys and Girls club is for all kids. Diversity is something that they always encourage to better broaden the experiences a member might have. 4. The…

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