I am currently a junior in Woodbridge High School, Irvine. I joined Peer1on1 because I wanted to contribute to the community and provide help the neurodiverse peers need. Some things that I enjoy to do are playing music, basketball and video games. I hope more and more friends will join our organization and bring awareness to the neurodiverse peers. As the President of the Branch, I will make sure every volunteer and peer can have a good time together!
I’m a sophomore at Woodbridge High School in Irvine, California. I love my school and I am a big fan of our school Marching Band. I have been playing Alto Saxophone in the band since I was a freshman. In my spare time, I like to go swimming, play basketball, tennis, and hang out with friends. As the Vice president of Peer 1 on 1 Woodbridge Irvine Branch, I’ll focus on promoting ND awareness and I wish more friends and families will come to enjoy our activities year-round.
Public Relationship Director
I am a sophomore at Northwood High School. I have provided activities for children, both online and in person, throughout my freshman year. Online lessons are hosted through zoom and include reading stories, environmental protection, and electrical technology. In-person activities are outdoors, and I taught kids how to play tennis and handball. I have regularly played tennis since 5th grade, so I am glad I can teach others how to play this sport. . And I drafted a fundraising poster to support kids with autism spectrum disorder.
I am a current sophomore student in Orange County School of the Art. By joining Peer 1 on 1 I want to help the autism community with my own strength. Instead of being a volunteer I wish I could be their friend and be the one who is their trustable partner to talk to. Also as a member of the Irvine branch, I hope to bring more events out to the community and have a fun time with all of the families. I believe everyone has their talents, no matter if you're different from the other, what I can do is to help you to find your talent and make it shine.