I am a young, hardworking and passionate individual who wants to go out and help others less fortunate than me through volunteering as I believe in equality and that everybody should be equal. In the summer of 2016 I have recently completed Camp Borneo for a month with camps international going into different communities helping with various different projects to help make a difference. In a few months I will have completed my college course and then I am either looking to complete and give 100% into helping others less fortunate me for either a few months or a whole gap year between my educational studies and going to university through volunteering. I am 17 years old who will be 18 when I finish college and ready to go off to do a volunteering project whose interests include several sports which includes Football and cricket and I am a qualified FA level 1 football coach and I play football for Little Lever football club and Cricket for Astley Bridge CC respectively as well as being a season ticket at Oldham for the past few years as well as being a life long fan.
I have recently completed Camp Borneo with Camps international in which I undertook several different types of project work from the 15th July to the 13th of August where I helped teach the young children to read, helped build schools and health centres and improve sanitation. I also contributed to reforestation projects, wilderness protection, marine protection and beach clean up projects. Also, as well as this I have also volunteered in helping my dad who is a Physical Education teacher in running local inter-school competitions for example, refereeing, scoring, putting equipment out and writing up fixture lists so that the local primary school children can enjoy the same fun as everyone else as they come from a poor community.
I'm going into my final year completeing a Level 3 extended diploma in sport and exeercise science.
Part time crew member at McDonalds
FA level 1 football coach and under-going the Level 2 coaching qualifacation.