Christopher DevineChristopher Devine is a sophomore at Dover-Sherborn High School. He is the Producer and Host of Political Update, a political news program on the DSCTV Channel in the greater-Boston area. He is a political activist, having positions on many campaigns for US Senate, Congress and state level races ranging from the volunteer coordinator, to Field Director. He is currently the media relations director for the Student Voice Project, and committed to helping others and the community around him. Christopher is a Massachusetts Ambassador for the campaign for a Presidential Youth Council and is a voice standing up for students across the country.
Raquel Torres is a senior at Mountain View High School in Mesa, AZ. This fall, I will be volunteering at Future for Kids and the Child Crisis Center which help make personal connections with children lacking love and support from their families. My success in life is being able to impact at least one person for the better. In addition, I plan on going to college and majoring in astrophysics. I have always had an interest in mathematics and science, and I want to pursue this interest as a career.
Sunyoung Go will be a junior at Clayton High School in St. Louis, MO. During her remaining years at high school, she hopes to bring a positive change in her community. She currently volunteers at Family Care Pharmacy at Missouri Baptist Hospital and is pursuing her dream of becoming a pharmacist. As a part of Community Service Club at her school and member of the Mayor's Youth Advisory Council for the City of Clayton, she is striving towards providing opportunities for youth to play active roles in their communities. By doing so, she hopes that the youth will become great leaders of tomorrow.
Similoluwa Deleawe is a freshmen at The University of Texas at Austin studying accounting. She is very involved in her church. For the past six years, she has been the head dance instructor and mentor for a group of young girls that call themselves P149. She believes that if you are able to influence children at a young age, they have no other choice than to be successful. She aspires to one day become a motivational speaker that helps at risk teenagers find their feet and put them on the right path to success.
Hugo Guerra is going to be a freshman at the University of Texas at San Antonio and will majoring in Civil Engineering. He recently graduated from MacArthur High School, Irving, TX. He started doing community service in October 6, 2012 as an extracurricular activity. At the 2013 HOBY Texas North Seminar he learned the values of service to others and leadership. He is currently one of the few youth to participate for the Congressional Award Medal. He enjoys the intersection of sports, community service, friendships, and traveling. He aspires to be the first one of his family to graduate from college and the first one to graduate with a P.h.D.. In the meantime, he is excited to share thoughts with young adults about the importance of leadership and serving.