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Student of the Week 01/18/17
 
Photo courtesy: Sabrina Martinez
 

By Clerissa Salazar
News@lavozcolorado.com
 
01/18/2017

PROFILE

Sabrina Martinez is a senior at Westminster High School where she holds a 3.9 GPA. Martinez is the only student who has “unofficially graduated” high school and is enrolled in college courses at Front Range Community College. Martinez is involved with FLBA, FCCLA, and ACIF Youth Committee. She is a trained CNA and works full time when she is not busy with school or volunteering. She would like to attend Front Range Community College in the fall.

FAVORITE BOOK

The Hunger Games

FAVORITE MOVIE

Dr. Strange

FAVORITE MUSIC

Hip Hop/ R&B

FAVORITE HOBBY

Cooking/volunteering

FAVORITE SOCIAL MEDIA TO FOLLOW

Instagram

FUTURE CAREER

Neonatal Nurse

HERO

“My grandma, Debbie Martinez, because she is an amazing role model. She not only continuously supports me, but she always encourages me, to do my best and be independent.

WORDS TO LIVE BY

“Put your heart, mind and soul into even your smallest acts. This is the secret to success.”

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Martinez volunteers with FCCLA to donate clothes during the holiday, donates to the women’s shelter and adopts a family for Christmas. She is also a member of the Youth GI Forum where she helps with Hamburger Night and donates the money to veterans, hosts bake sales and participated in Baskets of Joy this last holiday season.

WHY IS COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IMPORTANT?

“Because you not only get the good feeling of seeing that you impacted someone’s life by your actions, but you also encourage those to pass it on which builds a stronger community.”

IF I COULD IMPROVE THE WORLD

“I would make drugs vanish and provide all people in need with daily essentials.”

 

 

 

 

 
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