CPI RIDERS RESUMES
Included with the CPI rider participation fee is the CPI Online Rider Resume. The online rider resume is made public on the CPI website and is specifically designed to highlight important information about the participant. The participant will be able to load the resume onto the CPI website after full payment of fees for participation is received. Rider may edit and update the resume as many times as deemed necessary. College and university coaches will have access to the CPI student rider’s resume and it will remain online for six months after the CPI event. Personal contact information will not be public but will be provided to the colleges and coaches at the event.The resume may include the student’s riding, academic, and special interest achievements, and it allows the rider to load three pictures and two YouTube videos. The videos are optional and can showcase the students’ riding abilities or any other interests or abilities they deem important to highlight in a video. If rider loads videos demonstrating equestrian abilities, we suggest rider to include footage on more than one horse and include footage that really demonstrates his/her versatility, as well as skill in the sport. Proper attire is recommended for all pictures and videos in the resume.
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Member and captain for 2 years of my school’s girl’s varsity soccer team
Member of my school’s high school band
Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band- Flute, Piccolo and Saxophone
Volunteer- Kent County Sheriff's Department Mounted Unit
Involved in several school clubs such at the Spring Musical and Class of 2021
VOLUNTEER WORK: Recently I volunteered to travel to the Dominican Republic with the Wine to Water organization. I lived and worked in the factory making water filtration systems for the underdeveloped communities near Santiago. I then traveled to these communities, education those families on hygiene and use of the filtration system. We visited villages who have been using the system and were pleased to see that the children were healthier and there was less disease and sickness throughout the community. It was a life-changing and very rewarding experience for me.
Through 4-H, my music scholarship at The Hudson Valley Conservatory and my Music Honor Society, I have had numerous opportunities to volunteer my services, I have raised funds for organizations and the homeless by participating in fundraiser events ranging from collecting recyclables monthly to singing at local shelters and community events. I volunteer as Student Scholarship Council Representative at school, sing the National Anthem at school events, I am a Freshman Orientation Leader and perform in community theater, parades and fundraisers.
HOBBIES: I play several instruments including piano, flute, piccolo, and dabble on the saxophone and ukulele at times. I study voice and like to perform in community events when available. I enjoy hanging out with my family, going on family vacations. I love the ocean, wake-boarding, basket weaving, crafting and decorating. On my volunteer trip to the Dominican, I recently learned I like to play softball!
volunteer Kitty Cove
mentor/tutor elementary science students
hobbies: creative writing, art, video editing, anime
Volunteered at UpReach Therapeutic Riding Center, Winter track, Spring track,