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The S.O.A.R. club, which stands for the SPSV One-on-One Alumni Resource, was created with students in mind, specifically in terms of providing SPSV students with ample resources so that they can apply to college with as much preparation and knowledge as possible. This group was created by four students who are a part of a student-formed group that holds college application and essay workshops, but felt that even more resources needed to be made available to the greater student community. The monthly meetings involve bringing in SPSV alumni educators to speak to interested students about their college and application experiences, as well as provide any answers to questions that students may have. Through this, the aim is to eliminate the lack of knowledge that students have about the college process and any other aspects revolving around it. Michael Calata is a current senior at SPSV who is involved with many school activities. From serving as student body communications officer, to working sports medicine games, and even holding positions in various clubs, he undoubtedly enjoys the school’s family-like atmosphere. Later on in life, he hopes to pursue a career in nursing or physical therapy.
Lauren Caburnay is currently a senior at SPSV that is involved with the community. She is a part of various clubs and has been a part of the ladies varsity tennis team for two years. In the future, she hopes to become a clinical lab scientist.
Vy Le is currently a senior at SPSV who is extensively hands-on in the SPSV community, from acting as student body president, to being varsity tennis captain, to also holding multiple president positions for several clubs on campus. She hopes to become an emergency nurse or sports medicine doctor later on down the road. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at ted.com/tedx
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