Upward Bound and Stewart Warf Essay

Submitted By trentren11
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To Whom It May Concern:
I am very pleased to recommend Stewart Warf for admission to your university program. As his Mentor and Little League Coach for thirteen years I have watched this young man develop both academically and personally into a mature individual ready in every way for his college years.
Ronnie is bright, energetic, compassionate and genuinely well rounded. His grades have been consistently above average in all of his courses, and he has actively participated in a diverse assortment of extracurricular activities ranging from football and school yearbook and our drama club that I am aware of.
Ronnie has also spent considerable time outside the school involved in the community. This has included work with Louisville Colts Football Youth Program and volunteering several hours at one of our area's autism shelters for young children.
Ronnie is also involved with the Upward Bound Program at the University of Louisville. This program has seen Ronnie mature since he has been in the program since 7th grade. That proves Ronnie knows how to get involved in something and finish it. Ronnie has won many rewards while at the program and is a mentor to the underclassmen involved. In closing, let me take a moment to recount an incident which I believe speaks volumes about the superior nature of this candidate. Two years ago I was returning to the field when I saw ahead of me the 110 pound Ronnie, arms stretched out between two 180+ pound players. Other players