School's In. What's Next?

It’s all done. AP Tests are in, ACT scores are up, and my sleep cycle is back to normal. Junior year has been a roller coaster, with unexpected twists and turns. I have many fond memories of laughter conjoined with nightmares of test anxiety. I’ve found that junior year is your most important year of high school. The year to develop. The year to prove to that “dream” university you have what it takes. Over the past two years, I’ve found that the work we do here at Be The Change Venture can facilitate your progressive growth and development, which is helpful to any uprising junior. As a new director, I wish to share my past experiences and future goals for myself and this organization, hopefully inspiring young individuals, like yourselves, to join and grow along with us.

 
 Had the great pleasure of meeting and networking with Mayor Jackson of the City of Cleveland. 

Had the great pleasure of meeting and networking with Mayor Jackson of the City of Cleveland. 

 

Ever since I was young, I always was attracted to numbers and patterns. Solving puzzles and building legos eventually blossomed into my excitement for the mathematics and sciences. This past junior year, I enrolled myself in AP Calculus BC and AP Physics 1, along with 2 other AP courses. These two are deemed as extremely demanding courses, which exemplified my attraction to the fields. Along with this rigorous schedule, I played varsity basketball and track. These activities allowed me to develop collaborative skills, team working abilities, and a disciplinary attitude, all of which represent Be The Change Venture’s promise. Our organization seeks to help empower young people by teaching them the skills that I have developed over many years. Not only are these skills important, but they are completely necessary for an individual to have for any job. Whether you go into medicine, business, law, social services, etc. you need to have team working ability and a hardworking nature in order to succeed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anthony Price