Hello all, I know some of you have read my previous posts about sports, and considering I'm doing individual sport(s) (wrestling and possibly track), I need to display some sort of teamwork/leadership. Here are my thoughts: I'm pretty good at programming and I enjoy it highly. Why not create a club at the local grade school which teaches younger kids the importance of technology and being able to code? I'd be leading the club and teaching the kids about programming. I feel as though this would show initiative, leadership, and many other traits. I'm not sure, though. I was hoping for some input from you guys as to what you think of this one. My other idea is teaching younger kids at this same school how to play guitar or piano. I taught myself both and have been playing for years now. I could also possibly lead and teach the youth group at the church which is associated with the school (catholic school). On top of these two/three, I plan on being involved in JSA, NHS, History Club, and French Club. I'm also an ambassador for my school, part of the student organization committee, and am involved with the Anthony Munoz Foundation. I know some of you will tell me to take leadership roles in these, and I'm trying. The problem is, being such a family run school, most of those roles are taken by family members of the staff. This isn't an excuse, by any means. I plan on taking any leadership role I can in the clubs I'm involved in. Also, I create a fundraiser for the Wounded Warrior Project every year. I created it last year and plan on doing it every year. I also got in contact with my local VFW and plan on taking any leadership opportunity I can there. What are your thoughts? Anything you would critique? I appreciate any input give! Keep in mind, I don't do all of this stuff for the Academy. I know someone will tell me not to checkbox, and once again, I do all of these things because I enjoy the things I'm involved in.