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Oregon: Portland Skyliners (Alaska-Idaho-Oregon-Washington State)

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Awards Received and Grade (9th, 10th, 11th, 12th)
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Employment (Current or Past) (9th, 10th, 11th, 12th)
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Recommendation #1 - Reference Rating Sheet
Recommendation #1 - Reference Letter
Recommendation #2 - Full Name
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Recommendation #2 - Reference Rating Sheet
Recommendation #2 - Reference Letter
Finalist to Submit to TCI Foundation?
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Asa Oliver
Idaho: (Served by Portland Skyliners)
Hiking, including the Narrows in Zion National Park.
Archery, including Traditional, Compound, and Crossbow.
Swimming, including swim team in 2022.
I am part of Key Club, a branch of the Kiwanis Group, where I held the position of Co-Webmaster.
As a National Honor Society Member, I volunteer regularly with projects supported by our chapter.
I’ve worked as my youth group's tech support for the last three years, in addition to being called in early many times to fix things that have been jumbled.
I also volunteer as a youth coach for Kids In Motion, a PE group in Idaho Falls for homeschoolers that enhances learning in school, improves social skills, and builds self-esteem.
Key Club Co-Webmaster, 11th
On track to graduate from high school with an associate of science degree from CEI. CEI GPA of 4.0. Ranked 3rd in high school class.
Seating Technician, Christ Community Church, 9th and 10th
Crew Member, Wendy's, 11th and 12th
Ryan Patty
Tyler Wasson
Idaho State University
Vera Mazzetta
Oregon: Portland Skyliners (Serving all of Oregon)
I received the AP Scholar with Distinction award after the 2023 AP tests. I was awarded this honor because I had an average score of 3.5 on all AP exams I have taken, and scores of 3+ on 5 or more exam of these exams. (11th)

I also received a Letter of Commendation from PSAT/NMSQT based on my performance on the 2022 PSAT as a junior. (11th)
Rowing, Rose City Rowing Club:
For my first three years of high school, I practiced almost daily. I consistently pushed my mental and physical fitness. Building team connections was a big part of my experience, I got to row with people of different backgrounds. I was part of the boat that went to Head of the Charles my sophomore year, and my various boats have been consistently recognized in Oregon. I participated from 8th grade to the end of Junior year, when I had some changing circumstances. (8th, 9th, 10th, 11th)

I played at the club level, at Metro Volleyball Academy, and on the Grant High School JV team through freshman year. Although the school season was mid-COVID, we practiced every day and competed against other high school teams in our league. Through my club team, I participated in clinics, practices, and weekend-long tournaments. On both teams, I played middle hitter. (9th)
MESD Outdoor School:
During my time at Camp Collins, I led the animal studies for groups of 6th graders and was responsible for the safety and management of 6-8 kids during each session. During my sessions, I led observations about various animal pelts and directed a short hike to search for insects. At the end of the week, I received feedback which helped me learn how to teach more effectively. (10th)

Animal Aid PDX:
Every weekend I attended a two-hour shift with other caregivers. During our shift, we performed cleaning and other upkeep so that the cats were happy and the shelter was ready for adopters. This included sweeping, refilling water bowls, and cleaning litter boxes. In our free time, we bonded with shelter cats in their rooms who were not used to socializing with people. (11th)
Constitution Team, Grant High School:
Constitution team is a comprehensive class as well as an activity. We meet 2-3 times a week outside of school to work on our arguments and build up a base of knowledge on constitutional ideas. We write directs answering state-wide questions, analyze cases and historical papers to find evidence, and collaborate to answer questions posed by judges during the competition. I have been able to practice my oration skills and have seen great improvement. We got second place at state and will progress onto nationals in April. (12th)

Oregon Battle of the Books:
OBOB has been a part of my life since I moved to Portland. My team of four close friends meets once a week to practice and plan out our strategy for competition. During the pre-competition process we closely read a set of twelve books. We memorize key details, characters, and dates for later questions in the competition. We have competed at regional and school competitions, and plan to compete at regionals this year. (10th-12th)
Cookie Dough Cafe:
I was a doughrista (team member) at two separate locations for the cafe. I worked in the main storefront as well as the pop-up booth in the Moda Center where I got to work various events. During my time at the cafe, I prepared customer orders, used our POS system, and carefully utilized health standards and food safety practices to create a clean environment. I communicated with a wide array of customers in different situations. (10th-11th)

Holladay Park Plaza Deluxe Senior Living:
Depending on the season I work between eight and sixteen hours each week as a server in our upscale dine-in restaurant. During my time at HPP, I have been able to build connections with older folk which has given me incredible perspective. I have multi-tasked while serving, practiced respectful customer service, and used time management skills to effectively help residents. (12th-current)
Amy Polzin
Doug Mandell
Oregon State Univeristy
Shayla Kooch
Oregon: Portland Skyliners (Serving all of Oregon)
Honorable Mention in volleyball 11th grade. 2nd Team all League in volleyball 12th grade. Having over a 3.5 gpa while playing sports 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.
Most valuable player in volleyball 12th grade. Team captain in volleyball 11th and 12th grade.
Varsity Volleyball 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.
Volunteering at my local elementary school 12th grade. Organizing a raffle for a sparrow club family 12th grade.
Helping the janitors clean after school 11th grade. Make and sell cotton candy at school functions 11th and 12th grade. Cleaning up trash in the school parking lot after school 11th grade. Mentoring underclassmen and helping them with any schoolwork they need 11th grade.
Maintaining a 3.5 gpa or above 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade. Making varsity volleyball 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade. Becoming team captain 11th and12th grade. Becoming co-president in Sparrow Club 12th grade. Becoming Historian in Key Club 12th grade.
Shred Town Food Truck (10th, 11th, and 12th grade).
Carolyn Horner
Teresa Biermann
Oregon institute of Technology
Robert Cunningham
Oregon: Portland Skyliners (Serving all of Oregon)
Track and Field and Football 10th-12th grade
Stages northwest equipment yard, summers 11th-12th grade
Benjamin Basinski
Dyan Pedersen
Oregon State University
Mason Thomas
Oregon: Portland Skyliners (Serving all of Oregon)
Please list ALL accomplishments (and MULTIPLE entries where applicable) in each category below!
Voice of Democracy Speech Competition State Winner, national finalist (10th)
Honor Roll (9th-present) - 3.91 unweighted/4.25 weighted GPA
Tigard High School Baseball (9th, 10th) - I played first base and catcher for my high school JV team
Albion SC Tigard/Tualatin Soccer (10th-12th) - played on a Coed soccer team
Tigard Basketball Association (9th-12th) – this weekend is our last game in playoffs
I ran my first half marathon last year, and I will run my second one on March 17.
Scouts BSA (2012-2023) – During my years in scouting, I did many service projects that benefited community organizations like schools, churches, and nonprofits. We also did projects that benefited parks, natural spaces and environmentally sensitive areas. Every year we made and delivered food baskets and care packages for families in need and volunteered for a free community Thanksgiving event.
Packed With Pride Volunteer – Over two years, I volunteered for a local community organization that provides food for families in need. I helped move boxes, pack people's cars, and even delivered food.
Patrol Leader (9th, 10th)
Assistant Patrol Leader (9th, 10th)
Assistant Senior Patrol Leader - Librarian/Historian (10th)
Eagle Scout, Troop 423 in Tigard (10th)
Portland Gear's Brand Camp (12th) - won team competitions
Freedoms Foundation Valley Forge Leadership Camp (11th)
Flip Closet/FLP Fashion (9th-present) - I created an online clothing and accessories business to help pay for college (flpfashion.com). I also donate some items to local nonprofits.
Oregon Soccer Referee Organization (9th) - I was trained and served as an official referee and assistant referee, for grades K-8.
LTC Engineering Assistant (9th-present) - I provide clerical assistance as needed.
Michael King
Shannon Mayfield-Porter
University of Arizona

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