My original purpose was to complete an internship at Penn to assist primarily African-American children in learning and playing lacrosse. Furthermore, depending on the activities and when they might need my assistance, I’ve planned to visit Penn once or twice a week to serve as a student coach. By traveling to Penn after school every Tuesday and, if possible, Friday, I’ve used my time and resources to work on the project. Furthermore, I’ve made the most of my tools, including my phone to track progress, my voice to assist in coaching during practices and games, and my collaboration abilities while engaging with the staff and kids. Moreover interacting with children helps me to be able to see the more broad perspective of how the lessons taught to younger children stick with them all throughout their lives and I’m more than happy to be a part of it. Furthermore, connecting with children allows me to have a broader understanding of how the lessons imparted to younger children linger with them throughout their lives, and I’m delighted to be a part of it.
Basically, the major theme of our film was lead poisoning, and it was more of a pros and cons discussion. The explanation for why we chose to focus on the issue of lead poisoning was that I joined the group after the topic was chosen since I was a bit behind. Furthermore, I accomplished recording and being recorded on the subject of lead poisoning while portraying facts and statistics about the issue. Moreover, there were other things I might have done differently, such as being more productive within the group while the majority of the members were absent, as well as contributing to the editing process. Finally, the most rewarding aspect of crafting the PSA was being able to convey the facts and statistics that accompanied it while working together on the mini-project.
Group Member: Vincent, Sameed, Shimaar, and me