I'm a high school senior with too much time on my hands. I'm not really sure what I want to do yet, but I know that it's probably computer science, engineering, or a mix of both. I'm not the best at either, but I'm always open to opportunities to learn.
I write a lot about programs and events and clubs and classes and social groups that I'm involved with, so here's a list to help you keep track:
- BlueStamp Engineering (BSE) - a summer program for high schoolers. We spent the entire time working on one project.
- Wishbone - a program that showed me BSE and connected me to the Colleen's Foundation.
- The Colleen's Foundation - very nice people who sponsored me while I attended BSE.
- Society of Women Engineers (SWE) - I attended a ten-week high school outreach program run by UC Berkeley's SWE. We learned about the different types of engineering and did mini projects for each field.
- Girls Who Code (GWC) - a summer immersion program dedicated to teaching high school girls how to code.
- Acts of Random Kindness (ARK) - I founded an ARK club at my school. The ARK organization and I work together to spread positivity to other schools.
- Interact - A service club that I recently took over. It's full of preppy high schoolers who are weirdly passionate about helping others.
I have a ton of other stuff going on, too, but most of them aren't worth mentioning. Other than what I do with organized groups, I like to play games (usually stuff like Animal Crossing and Pokémon), read (The Catcher in the Rye is my all-time favorite), learn how to play guitar (very badly), and hang out with my friends. I can't swim, cook, draw, or dance, but those are things that I'll probably teach myself in the future.