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Oct 19, 2018

Jennifer Wickert talks about her Girl Scout Gold Award project A Chance for Better.  She created a powerpoint and had multiple educational sessions with different types of students to educate about bullying.  She shares how she thought she was done with her project, found out she had not met the requirements, what she did to meet the requirements, and how it impacted her overall project.ts on bullying and teen suicide prevention.

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My name is Jennifer Wickert. I have been in Girl Scouts since I was in kindergarten and recently became a lifetime member when I graduated high school. I am currently attending Jefferson State Community College as a Pre-Nursing student. I will be applying for the Nursing Program this fall. In Preparation for nursing school, I recently became a Certified Nursing Assistant. . I am a member of the National Student Nurse Association as well as the Jefferson State Community College Chapter. For my Gold Award, I created a book and powerpoint presentation to educate students on bullying and teen suicide prevention.

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