Why I should be Cheerleading Captain.

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I believe that I should be head cheerleader because I am dedicated to everything that I do. I’ve been cheerleading since the age of five years old, and on a varsity level for two. I’ve participated on an All- Star team for two years. I’ve also served as the Youth Praise Dance Leader at my church for 6 years. My interpersonal skills have all been sharpened because of this endeavor. As a leader, I also have a better understanding for using the strengths of those willing to help and I’ve learned of the necessity of listening to others. I feel that a cheerleader should be able to influence others with a strong school spirit as well as address any emotional needs in case problems may occur within the team. Education is also very important; I participate on our school UIL team for Journalism and in my community as part of the Youth and Gospel choirs. I want to be a positive role model to all the young children in our community, and show them that if you set your mind to do it you can achieve anything with hard work and dedication. I also feel this way about being a cheerleader. I feel that a Captain should lead with their heart, not their mouth. I have a vision for my team and we will work together to achieve it. Each year I set goals for myself, and work diligently toward making them become possible. I do my best to balance the various activities that I am involved in so that I can participate in multiple things successfully. I feel that I am the best candidate for Head Cheerleader. If I receive the honor of being head cheerleader I hope that my sensitivity, diligence, energy and sense of humor would make working with me a
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