College Tour- UCF

If you have read our post about this months and last months goals, you have seen a little something about college essays and scholarships. That would be because it is college application season. Staying in spirit, Donovan and I went on our very first college tour at UCF. Now it was a unique trip, mainly because our teenage procrastination let us wait to long too long to sign up for our tour, so we did a self tour.           There were 4 main things that we…

There’s More to Life Than Money

Before I went to Steak ‘n’ Shake and ate too much food last night, I went with Leanne to a class on college and financial aid. I’m glad I went; I learned a lot of stuff that I needed to know for college, but I couldn’t help getting distracted during the discussion. Something was bothering me, but I couldn’t quite place my finger on it. I realized what it was when I stopped to listen to some women behind me who were talking about their kids’ test scores. The SAT…

Changing Lives: Women’s Illiteracy

Hey guys, I know social issues are usually Donovan’s domain and Thursday is my Changing Lives day, but let me assure you that this post on women’s illiteracy is in the right place. Over the next few weeks I am going to be posting about service projects, charities, and fundraisers that all support ending illiteracy for women. Before I start sharing those, I thought that I would open your eyes to this problem we will soon start solving. Most of us in the U.S., especially those who are reading this…

What Is Key Club

Hey Guys, I’ve talked about Key Club a couple of times so far, and I’m sure I will again; volunteering is an important part of my life. I’ve decided that it’s time to give you all the run down on Key Club International, and explain why it means so much to me. In short, Key Club International is a service organization. However, in reality it’s much more than that. KCI is the largest and oldest student run organization. This means that every service project, meeting assembly, and program put on…