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Jeremy Hall

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Bio

I'll never give up. My whole life I have had stomach issues with food. I'm currently getting treatment for my ARFID eating disorder. My dream is to become a Police officer making a difference everyday in my community. Soon I will be able to join the cadet program. I stay busy gaming online and being focused on healthy eating. Last year I loss my Dad to Stage 4 Stomach cancer unexpectedly. Now my grandfather is battling stage 4 Brain cancer. I am constantly working on my mental health and physical health everyday. Never give up. One thing I have learned is try again. If it doesn't work and pretty sure he tried every which way that's when you have to get creative and thinking outside the box.

Education

Brightmont Academy

High School
2022 - 2024
  • GPA:
    4

Miscellaneous

  • Desired degree level:

    Trade School

  • Majors of interest:

    • Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services, Other
  • Not planning to go to medical school
  • Career

    • Dream career field:

      criminal justice

    • Dream career goals:

      I have plans to go to College and get my bachelor's degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice with a post second degree in law enforcement. My second year in college I plan to join the CIA internship program.

    • Tester

      Field works
      2020 – 20211 year

    Sports

    esports

    Club
    2018 – Present6 years

    Research

    • Present

    Arts

    • Present

    Public services

    • Volunteering

      Red cross — Blood transportation
      2022 – Present

    Future Interests

    Volunteering

    Sean Kelly Memorial Scholarship
    Dear Members of the Scholarship Committee, I am writing to express my sincere gratitude for considering my application. I am excited to share my journey and the real-life struggles I have faced to pursue my dream of obtaining a degree in Criminal Justice. Growing up in a financially unstable household, I witnessed firsthand the challenges that come with limited resources. Despite the adversities, especially when I nearly loss my life at 13 and had my large intestines removed, I remained determined to break the cycle of hardship and create a better future for myself and my family. Pursuing a higher education in Criminal Justice has always been my aspiration, driven by a deep-seated desire to contribute meaningfully to society and make a positive impact on the lives of others. My journey to higher education has been marked by resilience and perseverance. After I loss my father to stomach cancer when I was 15 I took on additional responsibilities. I faced numerous obstacles, including a lack of access to educational resources and mentorship. However, these challenges only fueled my determination to succeed and motivated me to work harder. Despite the odds stacked against me, I have maintained a strong academic record with a 4.0 gpa and actively participated in community service initiatives such as bringing awareness of mental health challenges. These experiences have reinforced my belief in the power of education and its ability to transform lives. My passion for criminal justice and my commitment to social justice issues drive my academic pursuits and community involvement. I plan on making real changes in the law enforcement community. Starting with police officers being involved with the community getting to know people as individuals, work on communication and to have more understanding about mental health issues that is on the rise. Receiving this scholarship would not only alleviate the financial burden of my education but also provide me with the opportunity to focus wholeheartedly on my studies and extracurricular activities. It would enable me to invest more time in internships, research projects, and community outreach programs, allowing me to gain valuable practical experience in the field of criminal justice. I am confident that with your support, I can achieve my goals and contribute significantly to society. I am deeply grateful for your consideration and the potential opportunity to pursue my dreams. Thank you for supporting students like me, who aspire to make a difference and create a positive impact on the world. Sincerely, Jeremy Hall
    Frantz Barron Scholarship
    Dear Members of the Scholarship Committee, I am writing to express my sincere gratitude for considering my application. I am excited to share my journey and the real-life struggles I have faced to pursue my dream of obtaining a degree in Criminal Justice. Growing up in a financially unstable household, I witnessed firsthand the challenges that come with limited resources. Despite the adversities, I remained determined to break the cycle of hardship and create a better future for myself and being the first one to go to college. Pursuing a higher education in Criminal Justice has always been my aspiration, driven by a deep-seated desire to contribute meaningfully to society and make a positive impact on the lives of others. My journey to higher education has been marked by resilience and perseverance. After I loss my father to stomach cancer when I was 15 I took on additional responsibilities. I faced numerous obstacles, including a lack of access to educational resources and mentorship. However, these challenges only fueled my determination to succeed and motivated me to work harder. Despite the odds stacked against me, I have maintained a strong academic record with a 4.0 gpa and actively participated in community service initiatives such as bringing awareness of mental health challenges. These experiences have reinforced my belief in the power of education and its ability to transform lives. My passion for criminal justice and my commitment to social justice issues drive my academic pursuits and community involvement. I plan on making real changes in the law enforcement community. Starting with police officers being involved with the community getting to know people as individuals, work on communication and to have more understanding about mental health issues that is on the rise. Receiving this scholarship would not only alleviate the financial burden of my education but also provide me with the opportunity to focus wholeheartedly on my studies and extracurricular activities. It would enable me to invest more time in internships, research projects, and community outreach programs, allowing me to gain valuable practical experience in the field of criminal justice. I am confident that with your support, I can achieve my goals and contribute significantly to society. I am deeply grateful for your consideration and the potential opportunity to pursue my dreams. Thank you for supporting students like me, who aspire to make a difference and create a positive impact on the world. Sincerely, Jeremy Hall
    Marian Haley Memorial Scholarship
    As a senior in high school and a first-generation college student, education holds immense significance for me. It represents an opportunity for personal growth, empowerment, and the chance to break barriers within my family. Education equips you with knowledge, skills, and confidence, opening doors to diverse experiences and career paths. It is a stepping stone toward achieving my goals, broadening the horizons, and making a positive impact on my community and the world. I have embraced this journey with enthusiasm and determination, as it has the potential to transform my life and create a positive legacy for generations to come. Education is like a compass guiding you through the uncharted waters of life. Just as a ship relies on its compass to navigate safely, education provides you with direction, knowledge, and skills essential for navigating the complexities of the world. Without education, it's akin to sailing without a compass, risking lost opportunities and uncertain paths. Education illuminates your way, empowering you to make informed decisions, overcome challenges, and reach new horizons, ensuring a brighter and more secure future. When I was a child, my fascination with the world of mystery and intrigue was sparked by a simple book. One rainy afternoon, I stumbled upon a captivating detective novel that led me on a thrilling journey of solving crimes and uncovering secrets. As I delved deeper into the pages, I was introduced to the enigmatic world of intelligence agencies like the CIA. The brave and cunning protagonists of the story, who were part of the CIA, became my childhood heroes. Their ability to decipher complex puzzles, unravel mysteries, and maintain national security left a lasting impression on my young mind. I admired their dedication to justice and their unwavering commitment to keeping the world safe from threats. Inspired by these fictional tales, I started reading more about real-life agents and their contributions to society. The idea of working in the criminal justice field, particularly within the CIA, became a dream that fueled my imagination. I admired the courage, intelligence, and resilience required for such a profession. From that moment on, I was determined to pursue a career in criminal justice, aspiring to follow in the footsteps of those brave individuals who dedicated their lives to protecting others and ensuring justice prevailed. I would graciously appreciate the scholarship. It would not only relieve the financial burden but also fuel my determination to excel academically. Thank you for this invaluable opportunity. I plan to go to an four year college in criminal justice and law enforcement. My second year of college I will join The apprentice program for the CIA and be moving to Washington DC in hopes to make a difference in the world. Thank you for taking the time to read this. Jeremy Hall senior year Brightmont Academy Chandler
    First-Gen Futures Scholarship
    Dear Admissions Committee, I am writing to express my strong interest in pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice at a four year university. I have always been passionate about the field of Criminal Justice and have taken deliberate steps to prepare myself for success in this challenging and vital field. Throughout my high school years, I prioritized my academic performance, consistently maintaining a high GPA and enrolling in advanced courses that enhanced my analytical and critical thinking skills. Courses such as sociology, psychology, and government have provided me with a strong foundation in understanding human behavior, society, and the legal system. Mental and physical health go hand in hand. Make time for regular exercise, maintain a balanced diet, and prioritize sleep. While college can be a lot of fun, it also comes with academic challenges and responsibilities. Set realistic expectations for yourself, both academically and socially. Find a balance that allows you to excel in your studies while enjoying the college experience. Challenges are a part of life, and you will face them in college. Understand that setbacks are opportunities for growth. Be resilient, learn from your mistakes, and use adversity as a catalyst for personal development. Be open to new experiences, cultures, and perspectives that college will undoubtedly offer. I believe that my background as a first-generation college student has instilled in me a unique perspective and resilience that will benefit both my academic pursuits and my future career. I am committed to giving back to my community and helping others achieve their educational goals, just as this scholarship opportunity is helping me. I will be the first one in my family to go to college. I have been filling out applications and looking at colleges all across the United States. I am trying to prepare for the financial burden in advance. My Mom doesn't need the extra stress since it has been a difficult time due to my Dad passing of stomach cancer and losing the house. My parents, who have always supported my educational aspirations, did not have the opportunity to attend college due to various socio-economic constraints. Consequently, I am the first in my family to embark on this transformative path. Thank you for taking the time to read this. . I am eager to continue my educational journey and make the most of the opportunities that higher education can offer. Thank you for considering my application. I look forward to the possibility of being awarded the scholarship and the opportunity to contribute to the college community and beyond. Jeremy Hall
    Disney Channel Rewind Scholarship
    Crossover between "Moana" and "The Little Mermaid" (animated series): Title would be " Friends in different places" Moana sets sail once again, this time venturing beyond her island in search of new lands. During her journey, she encounters Ariel, the adventurous mermaid princess from Atlantica. Ariel's curiosity about the human world leads her to ask Moana for guidance. Together, they explore both the underwater realm and the surface world, sharing stories of their own cultures and facing challenges that require their unique skills and perspectives. They would even have songs together and learn about the ocean and how it works with the different body's of water, rivers and lakes. Moana would learn all about how different, but exactly the same as she was to Ariel world. Moana would bond with Ariel about their over- bearing fathers wanting them to go down the path that is expected of them. Ariel will need help with Ursula and how she knows all about the heart of stone that would get Moana in a dangerous predicament. This could be that Ursula has a brother that's a demi god and Moana is fascinated with and Ariel finds herself hanging out with Moana chicken. This could be a spin off series. It would be educational to learn about different land masses and water types. It would teach lessons on friendship and the acceptance of different backgrounds. My name is Jeremy and I am a senior in highschool. Criminal justice is important to me because it embodies the principles of fairness, accountability, and ensuring the safety and well-being of society. It provides a framework for upholding the rule of law, protecting individual rights, and promoting a just and equitable society. As someone who values justice and believes in creating a safer community, studying criminal justice allows me to contribute to maintaining order, preventing and addressing crime, and advocating for positive changes in the system. This scholarship can help me develop important skills like communication, teamwork, and leadership, which are valuable in any profession, including law enforcement. I have plans to attend a four year college for criminal justice. Additionally, the scholarship could alleviate financial burdens, allowing me to focus more on my studies and professional growth. I promise to utilize this scholarship to its fullest and strive for excellence in my studies. Your belief in my potential motivates me to work harder and achieve greater heights. In the future, I hope to give back to the community and help others, just as this can help me.
    Maverick Grill and Saloon Scholarship
    The police force plays a crucial role in the maintenance of law and order in society. It is essential that the police force is well-equipped and well-trained to perform their duties effectively. Here are a few improvements that could be added to the police force to enhance their efficiency. Firstly, the police force needs to be more diverse. It is important that the police force is representative of the communities they serve. This is vital as it helps in building trust and reducing the perception of bias. Therefore, the recruitment process must be restructured to increase the representation of minority groups. This can be done by using targeted outreach to universities, community organizations, and other underrepresented groups to encourage them to apply. Secondly, the police force must adopt modern technology. It is crucial that the police are equipped with the latest technology to help them perform their duties more effectively. The use of body cameras can help in ensuring accountability and transparency. In addition, the use of facial recognition technology can help in identifying suspects more accurately. The use of drones can also be valuable in conducting surveillance and gathering evidence in difficult-to-reach areas. Thirdly, training is key. The police force needs to be trained in a way that is up to date with current best practices. It is important that the training includes a focus on implicit bias, cultural sensitivity, and de-escalation techniques. These aspects help in ensuring that officers are not only effective but also impartial in their duties. Additionally, specialized training modules should be considered for specific areas like cybercrime, domestic violence, and hate crimes. This will allow officers to better handle these unique challenges. Fourthly, community policing should be expanded. Police officers should be encouraged to interact with the community they serve beyond just enforcement. Community policing aims to build trust and collaboration between the police and the community. Engaging with community leaders and organizations, participating in community events, and developing communication channels to share information will help strengthen relationships. Lastly, the police force needs to prioritize mental and emotional wellness. Police work can be physically and mentally taxing. The police force needs to invest in programs to support officer’s mental and emotional health. This could be done by incorporating regular wellness checks, offering access to counseling services, and creating support groups. In conclusion, there are several improvements that can be introduced to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the police force. These improvements include diversity, modern technology, training, community policing, and prioritizing mental and emotional wellness. Implementing these improvements will help create a more trusted and accountable police force that can better serve the needs of the communities they serve.
    Mike Braem Memorial Scholarship
    Hello my name is Jeremy Hall and I am a junior in High School. I have always wanted to be a police officer. I think most kids are inspired by movies to be some kind of super hero. Real life heros are the ones that come to you when you call 911. Born and raised in Phoenix the 5th largest city in the United States. My local community being Central Phoenix with a very high crime rate. I've lived in areas where they don't even deliver pizza. I'm going to be the officer where people will see a friendly face, feel comfortable to confront and talk to. This alone can prevent many crimes from ever even happening. I want kids to know that they're being protected and feel safe. Just changing the negative thoughts will have a big impact on my community. I am the first person in my family that has never done drugs, been arrested or has a criminal record. I have even inspired my peers to do better. Last year I lost my father to stag 4 Stomach cancer unexpectedly. So financially things have been difficult. This scholarship is a blessing to whomever receives it. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to apply. Jeremy Hall
    Gabriel Martin Memorial Annual Scholarship
    ARFID ? Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder. I know... Still sounds strange to me. When it comes to eating disorder I bet this one didn't pop up. It's comforting to know that there's a name for the way I have been eating my whole life. So many things revolves around food. This is extremely stressful. I'm labeled as picky eater kid. School lunches, family gatherings and holidays are hard. I'm currently seeing nutritionist and dietitian to help me gain weight. Many people think that it's no big deal "Just eat a hamburger " they say. I really wish I could. This is why every week I go to therapy. Three years ago I had to be rushed to the hospital because my intestines twisted up and pushed my stomach over. I was in surgery for five hours. They did a mal-rotation and removed the first part of my large intestines. I thought maybe my eating habits would improve. That did not happen. I am 16 Junior High School male weighing 95 lb. Last year my Dad passed away to stage 4 stomach cancer unexpectedly. I watched him wither away down to 85 lb. This scares me. My weight has affected many different aspects of my life. I avoid swimming, going to the lake and wearing shorts because of my thin legs. I wear a pull over sweater every day even if it's 114 degrees outside, which is common in Arizona. Going out to restaurants to try new foods is difficult. I would love to join sports and be part of the ROTC program. I now attend a private school that is flexible with me and my eating schedule. I was going to drop out of school with all the issues I went through. Seeing my Dad do chemo and wear an ileostomy bag taught me that it can always get worse, so never give up. My goal is to be a police officer when I become an adult. After I gain 20 lbs I will be accepted into the cadet program of law enforcement. I have to graduate high school and then study to get a degree in criminal justice. Everyday is a hill to climb and I think about how courageous my Dad was when he did treatment. This gives me strength. I want to bring awareness to this not so recognized eating disorder it seems to be overlooked and misdiagnosed.
    Olivia Vada Camacho Scholarship
    My plans for college is to have a degree in law enforcement and criminal justice. Being a police officer and making a difference in my community is my future. To obtain this dream I must gain weight. This is challenging due to my strange and awkward eating habits that I currently in treatment for. One pound increase a week until I reach 20lbs. In one year I will be a cadet police officer for the city. Once I am an adult is when I will be in the law enforcement field. I plan to always be in school learning forensic Science and criminal justice. New laws are always being passed and new technology is always coming out to solve cases.