Aili Gibson

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Greeley, Colorado, USA
Bronze Honor Society Member
Regis University ( May-2021 )
I am a 17-year-old student at Greeley West High School. I was born in Hong Kong and moved to the United States when I was 8 years old. My mother is Japanese so I was taught to speak to language while growing up. In the near future, I plan to attend an in-state school next year for my undergraduate degree. My hope is to become a physical therapist. I am currently studying to become a certified Emergency Medical Technician at Aims Community College on top of attending classes at my high school.
Intended Job Path
Physical Therapist
Grad School Interests
Anschutz Medical Campus
Honors & Awards
academic letter
Lettered in my 9th,10th, and 11th years
honor roll
Was a part of honor roll my 9th, 10th, and 11th years
national honor society
Member my 11th and 12th grade years
Aims Community College
2020 to 2021
health sciences
Language Proficiency
As a 4-H Weld County Youth Executive Council member, I attended monthly meetings where we planned different service projects for our community and for all the youth involved in the Weld County 4-H. Some examples of service projects are volunteering at the Weld County Food Bank, running a concession stand at the Weld County Fair, and putting on dances for the youth.
4-H Youth Executive Council
September, 2018 to November, 2020
As a state ambassador for 4-H shooting sports, I attend monthly meetings where we discuss service projects and put together state-wide events. As an ambassador, I attend leadership trainings and conferences. I also assist in competitions and have put together informational videos to help members of 4-H throughout the entire state of Colorado.
Colorado 4-H State Shooting Sports Ambassadors
January, 2020 to November, 2020
My hobbies include skiing, tennis, archery, painting, drawing, and reading books.
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