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Join date: Nov 25, 2022
Riley is a prime example of the importance of tapping into your full potential as sometimes your journey may not mirror that of another. Riley faced some early obstacles where she was able to pivot and become a stellar student in the classroom as she navigated her dyslexia diagnosis. In her Jr. year of high school she stepped into becoming a dual enrollment student and plans to graduate high school with over 42 college credits hours in May 2023. Riley accomplishes all this while also working two jobs and leading groups at New Hope For Kids as a Grief Facilitator. She is passionate about her dogs, friends and pursuing a degree in Accounting at an SEC school in the Fall of 2023!
Nov 30, 2022 ∙ 2 min
The Surprising Benefits of Volunteering
Why Giving Back Makes Us Healthier and Happier What could be better than spending some of your time helping others in need? Volunteering...
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