Introduce yourself… who are you?
Explain any leadership experiences, positions, or activities in which you have participated.
Why do you want to be part of the Learner Leadership Council?
This year in LLC I feel as if I was a part of something bigger. Though I didn't commit as much as I wish I had this year (see the good and the bad for more explanation), I plan to put all my effort into this organization next year, which should be easier since I'm taking one last class next year than I am right now. However, I still feel as if I was able to make a difference in LLC. This year I've seen the opportunity I have to grow as a leader as a member of LLC, and next year I hope to be able to grow even more. Seeing all the amazing stuff LLC has done in the past has motivated me to want to become a better leader, and I hope to be able to do so with LLC. Also, with this next year being a Mardi Gras year, I hope to help significantly through with different aspects of Mardi Gras to help benefit LLC, the school and our community partner.
What do you think you could offer to the organization and our school?
What are the three most important qualities you possess as a leader? How will these skills enhance the LLC and our school?
What would you consider to be a weakness of yours and why?
Give an example of a time when you have served in a leadership role. Please describe how you led the efforts and explain how people responded to your leadership.
During my Freshman year I was on the elite dance company at Lifesong Studio. As a member of the elite company, those on younger companies looked up to my team members and me for guidance as well as how to act. When attending competitions and conventions, which involved several hours spanning several days, very few people were excited and I was often not one of them. However I made conscious efforts to be positive and push through the long days. By doing so I noticed that the attitudes of others as well as the way they acted began to change and become more positive. Through this I was able to see how effective I was as a leader.