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                                      GUEST:  

                           ROBERT BEECHER

      

Recent Summa Cum Laude High School Graduate

 

                Current: Americorp Member

                           www.americorps.org    

                         http://www.cityyear.org/home.aspx     

                                 rbeecher09@cityyear.org

 

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The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpvoHB2uzWI - ROBERT BEECHER

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More about: ROBERT BEECHER (TBA) CITY YEAR and AMERICORP

Robert Beecher

(Summary: Recent academic achievement and civic service activity)

2004-2005
        Youth in Government through YMCA
                Freshman House and awarded Most Debatable Bill

2005-2006
        Youth in Government through YMCA
                Regular house member
        Joined Theatre
                Best Program
                Secretary Personal Thanks Award
        Inducted into National Honors Society

Summer: 9-day educational Spanish trip to Costa Rica

2006-2007
        Youth in Government through YMCA
                Senate Chamber and a bill passed and signed
                Chosen as Co-Delegation Leader
        Theatre
                Secretary Personal Thanks Award
                Elected Secretary
        National Honors Society
                Elected Secretary
        In April, Started Working Part-Time at McDonalds (still currently employed)

Summer: Missouri Boys State through Missouri Legion; elected to the House of
         Missouri

2007-2008
        Youth In Government through YMCA
                Senate Chamber
                Committee Chairman - Education and Environment
                Best Researched Bill
                Bill Passed and signed
        Theatre:
                Best Lights Crew
                Double Honor Thespian (Third Highest Level)
        National Honors Society
                Earned a Stole (Highest Level Achievable)

Academic High School Awards

Third in Class (Suma Cum Laude) (4.67 GPA)
Missouri College Preparatory Award
President's Academic Fitness Award
Standards of Academic Accomplishment Award
George Washington Carver Award

AP Classes in:

Art History
US History
European History
Calculus BC
Spanish 5
English Literature
Physics II
(all that my school offers besides Music Theory and Chemistry II)

Summer of 2008
Jay Nixon for Governor Campaign
        Junior Field Organizer (60 hour a week internship)

August 2008 - June 2009
Corps Member - City Year San Antonio (Americorps Program)
        Martin Luther King Academy Team
                Full time tutor, and mentor
                Assist in after school
                Establish and run a drama club

*The views expressed do not reflect in any way the positions of City Year or AmeriCorps.

For official City Year policy see http://www.cityyear.org

 

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