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    Achieving Lifetime Goals

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    that makes activities that I preoccupy myself with, even more important. Throughout my own life, I have been involved in many organizations that have been imperative in the development of the skills that I will need in order to take on the future. Out of all of the organizations and activities that I have been involved in, the most influential have been the Boy Scouts of America, Early College High School, my Varsity Swim Team, and…

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    what Girl Scouts does for you. If you were to ask others what it means to them, you would probably get a very similar response. Girl Scouting has affected me and my family in a very direct way. I am so grateful for Girl Scouts and the person it has made me today. Throughout the thirteen years of being in Girl Scouts, I have learned how much the program means to me. If I was not a Girl Scout I would not have received all of the opportunities that I have gotten through the years, such as…

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    Julie Low Research Paper

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    around the world. Low’s early life involved lots of learning of issues faced during her time at an early age. Juliette Low lived between being for and against slavery at the same time; she was introduced to both views of the concept when she was born. “Her father, a Georgia-born Southern slave owner, believed in the secession of the South from the Union, while her Northern-born mother, ……., believed in abolition” (Biography). Because Low got to see and be involved with both sides of slavery…

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    Essay On Girl Scouts

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    turn, Girl Scouts usually have great stories to tell. Either they are taking on amazing change-the-world service projects, enjoying life-changing trips to wonderful places, or basically just being outdoors having fun and forging “forever friendships.” There is so many ways of learning something new and building a lifetime of memories is inspiring; and the things of girls, volunteers, parents, and alumnae say seem to be a true statement to the power of the Girl Scout experience. Girl Scouts isn’t…

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    Girl Scouts Cluster Analysis

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    Theoretical Foundation As an organization the Girl Scouts of Western Washington are concerned about their diversity, because their organization is not incredibly diverse, they are not serving all of the populations that they could. Participation in the Girl Scouts can be life changing for some, for instance more women who are politicians, CEOs, congresswomen, astronauts, and other leaders in the US were scouts than who were not (Chávez, 2016). The Girl Scouts’ main goal is to empower, educated,…

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    Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird is a classic tale of two kids, Jem and Scout, along with their father, Atticus, living in the small town of Maycomb, Alabama. Living in a town with prejudice and discrimination toward many different groups in particular females. This makes it incredibly difficult for Scout to find her place in society because she’s a tomboy and defies traditional stereotypes. Gender roles and the treatment of women have shifted since the 1930’s when Scout was growing up, beginning…

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    “Upon completion of the senior capstone course, our students are awarded a leadership cord as part of graduation regalia. For us, these cords represent the marriage of servant leadership theory and action. We noted movement toward healing and building meaningful roles as outlined in our course objectives. Our student responses included increased awareness of responsibility toward others and building strong relationships and communities. By embracing the principles of servant leadership and…

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    reading To Kill a Mockingbird today, America is a very different placethan it was when Lee wrote her novel 50 years ago. Lee's story of Scout Finch and her father,Atticus -- a small-town Southern lawyer who defends a black…

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    The Women's Movement

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    The Women’s movement was one of the most important movements in America during the 1960s and 1970s. Women were seen as inferior, playing a secondary role in America. Their place was limited to the stereotypical house wife image. They had very little freedom and rights. This influenced feminist leaders to take a stand and raise awareness among women who were living in a time of social injustice, gender discrimination and political inequalities with in their society. A very well-known example of…

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    outstanding accolades, but where would they be without Jackie Robinson. He changed the world in a positive way. He broke the color barrier in 1947 and helped in the Civil Rights movement. Jackie Robinson was born January 31, 1919, in Cairo, Georgia. He was a star athlete at the University of California Los Angeles in four different sports, and he became UCLA’s first four letterman for his multisport skills. Robinson served as a second Lieutenant in the United States army from 1942 to 1944.…

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