WW1UFI

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Hi everyone,
Do I need to provide documentation/evidence to corroborate all non-school related activities? I know that I will have to get my h.s. guidance counselor to respond to the email thing that's a part of the app. But for other activities, I don't have to have proof or anything right? For example, I said that I volunteered 200 hours at the science museum, was part of a local construction project, etc. And I am honest about it, but there is still no way for anyone to know that I did 200 hours and not 100, so on and so forth.
 

THParent

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Whatever you report should be verifiable somehow. Whether or not it is verified by USNA is anyone's guess - but if someone were to ask - you should be able to support your data.
 

Devil Doc

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Forethought would have been helpful. When my students do volunteer, job shadows, internships, etc. the hours are verified with a signature from the preceptor or agency representative. Surely you are honest but trust with verification is key in this circumstance.
 

Old Navy BGO

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Another approach is to simply report what you did, without listing hours. I would be more impressed with "Led painting team on local Habitat for Humanities project." than Volunteered 50 hours for Habitat for Humanities.
 
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