Essay Ronald Reagan Scholarship for Leadership
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Along with approaching local businesses, I designed posters for the run, organized meetings to plan this event, and communicated with our high school FBLA chapter to get everyone involved in this great opportunity to make a difference. This year we had over 250 runners (a 100 runner increase from the previous year) and raised over $14,000 to support brain cancer. It took a lot of time, organization, and hard work to make this event possible. Although I did not receive any award or recognition for the work I did “behind the scenes” to make the Forrest Run possible, I am proud that I was able to make a difference in the lives of all those affected by brain cancer.
The service projects like Forrest Run that FBLA is in charge of have taught me not only about the importance of serving others and putting them first in life, but how to communicate with and organize a large group of people effectively. This year FBLA has over 80 members and it is great to know that with the help of this great group of people, our FBLA chapter can