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NWP Global Registry of Apprentice Ecologists - Miller Park, American Fork, Utah, USA

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Miller Park, American Fork, Utah, USA
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Registered: December 2011
City/Town/Province: American Fork
Posts: 1
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I have been engaged in an amazing environmental cleanup where I have been included in the leadership role. For our project, we served the elderly by cleaning up the leaves and apples in her yard and reusing them. We took time to scoop up all the leaves and apples into a bag; she did not know we were doing this. We used the leaves and apples as recycling. I was a leader who provided the service to the elderly and I performed the environmental cleanup. I picked up the leaves and apples and directed the others of where to put everything. It was very beneficial to lead, because I was able to make my voice be heard to improve the world. I not only lead this project, but I also served the elderly and contributed to cleaning the environment. I experienced great compassion and hope for the cleanliness of this planet. The youth can lead and change the world. This project has really changed me and it means a lot to me. I am very grateful for this scholarship and how it has motivated me to make the world a better place and having an experience to lead others. This is very beneficial. Scholarships provide ways to attend college and I plan to attend college. This project can provide a way that I can. It is very important and I am very grateful. Leading and keeping the environment clean are both very important and they were displayed in this project.
Date: December 20, 2011 Views: 2639 File size: 20.5kb, 3008.9kb : 3264 x 2448
Hours Volunteered: 5
Volunteers: 3
Authors Age & Age Range of Volunteers: 15 to 20
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