Posts tagged Glammys
Suin Jung: 2016 Chapter Treasurer Glammy Scholarship Award Winner

"GlamourGals is not an optional community service club but a necessity to both the seniors and the volunteers. GlamourGals is where we learn how to interact with different types of people: a life lesson that will benefit us into the future. GlamourGals is important because it creates the opportunity for people to share any exciting news, rant about similar complaints, and listen to each other’s stories."

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Pamela Smoller: 2016 Chapter Vice President Glammy Scholarship Award Winner

Pamela joined the GlamourGals chapter at Newfield High School in Long Island, New York as a volunteer in 2012. She then took on the role of PR officer before becoming vice president. Pamela's growing involvement and leadership within her GlamourGals chapter and community are truly inspiring. "GlamourGals has taught me how to be a leader as well as how to give back to my community," Pamela says.

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Juliet Yeomans: 2016 Chapter President Glammy Scholarship Award Winner

Juliet founded the GlamourGals chapter at Northport High School in Long Island, New York in her freshman year and has served as the chapter president since then. In her scholarship application, Juliet described how this role impacted her understanding of leadership. "I  used to think a leader was someone who tells others what to do and just expects people to follow. But I learned that this is about as far from the truth as possible."

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Tammy on the Glammy Scholarship Awards

The Glammys have evolved since 2010, but I think that the most remarkable change is that award recipients receive college scholarships. Scholarships were not offered by GlamourGals when I was in high school. But now, but thanks to the Women Helping Others Foundation, GlamourGals is able to award $1,000 college scholarships to each of the five Glammy award winners

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