Governors State University (Physical Education)
To whom it may concern,
My Name is Haki M., I have worked with youth in the Kenwood and Bronzeville community for seven years, serving as a recreational leader for the Chicago Park District. I have played Division 1 NJCAA Basketball for Malcolm X were I was awarded the academic player of the year. I have played Division 2 NAIA Basketball for Governors State University where I made the Honor's list both semester. I also volunteered at A.C.E. (Academic Cultural Enrichment) day care center where I frequently exhibited to young boys and girl how to take their time and properly enunciate their words by practicing various speech techniques and skills to enhance their vocabulary. I also played a major role in the collaboration of C.A.P.S. and Kenwood Oakland Community Organization to have more activities for young people in the local area.
Currently every Monday and Wednesday at Kennicott Park I assist in facilitating basketball, and a annual event featuring C.A.P.S. vs. the neighborhood kids of the community in baseball. Every summer the community organizes a lock- in “sleepover” where we have food fun and games, along with the Back to School Rally where we give away book bags and free school supplies. In addition to my elaborate work experience I will bring positive energy to any work environment, along with an eagerness to learn, punctuality, and a desire to accomplish various tasks. Along with these qualities my ability to head to directions I believe make me an ideal candidate for this position. I look forward to interviewing with you.
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To whom it may concern,
My Name is Haki M., I have worked with youth in the Kenwood and Bronzeville community for seven years, serving as a recreational leader for the Chicago Park District. I have played Division 1 NJCAA Basketball for Malcolm X were I was awarded the academic player of the year. I have played Division 2 NAIA
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I have played NJCAA division I basketball for Malcolm X college were I was awarded the Academic Player of the year award. I have also played division II NAIA basketball for Governors State University were I made the Honor's list both semester.