Alyssa Mendoza is the Vice President of Fundraising (Treasurer) for the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Beta Chi Omega Chapter. Alyssa was born on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. She is currently a 16 year old junior at Waipahu High School in the Academy of Health and Sciences, specifically in the program of study of Clinical Health. Her duties as a treasurer for PTK BOC is to coordinate fundraising events and to implement fundraising ideas. Also, her job is to keep track of financial records. Alyssa is a hardworking, straight A student. Some good qualities of her is that she is an organized person and is helpful to her peers. One interesting thing about her is that our of all subjects, her favorite is math. While being an organized person, who loves math, Alyssa believes that she can and will fulfill her duties as Vice President of Fundraising for PTK BOC to the best of her abilities.
Extra Curricular Activities:
PTK BOC - treasurer
Key Club - member
Alyssa has many future goals for herself. For her current officer position, her goals are to encourage members to participate in fundraising and to keep track of all financial records. Education and career-wise, she plans to earn as many college credits as she can through the Early College Program. For college, she hopes to attend Chaminade University - School of Nursing or University of Hawai'i at Manoa. Alyssa aspired to become a Labor and Delivery Nurse since her passion is to care and treat mothers and newborn babies.
Theme 7: Powers of Connection
Transforming poverty to prosperity by way of making PTK, NHS, NJHS and NEHS connections fundable and sustainable with lower-income, under-represented, first-generation college goers in the Waipahu Complex (e.g., August Ahrens, Honowai, Kalei'opu'u, Waikele, Waipahu Elementary Schools and Waipahu Intermediate School), which further helps to build enduring friendships, inspire life-long high achievement and heighten motivation to become Early College High School students and join Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society.
Power of Connection Goals and Qualitative / Quantitative Measures of Success:
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