Spotlight on Morgan Kirchman
$250 LWRWC 2020 Community Service Award Recipient
Pam Szabo explained that “Morgan Kirchman’s community service, volunteer activitiesimpressed the Scholarship Committee” Morgan currently serves as the President of FCCLA in Flor, and leadership ida, which stands for Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America. She also holds leadership positions with Lakewood Ranch High School chorus, is Yearbook co-editor, and on the Lakewood Ranch High School Senior Advisory Board. In addition, Morgan has volunteered tirelessly as a volunteer at Windsor Assisted Living of Lakewood Ranch. She works with the Windsor Activities Director, and also directly assists residents.
Interview with Morgan
Q: What inspired your passion for community service?
A: My passion for community service has been fueled by my love for helping others and making an impact on the lives of others.
Q: What was your most rewarding community service activity?
A: My most rewarding community service activity has been working as a volunteer at the Windsor of Lakewood Ranch Assisted Living Facility. As a volunteer I have been able to get to know the residents one-on-one and have seen the results of my work directly, which was unexpectedly rewarding.
Q: In addition to your dedication to community service, what are your other favorite extracurricular activities?
A: My favorite extracurricular activities, in addition to community service, are participating in Lakewood Ranch High School Chorus, being a singer in Mustang Cappella (the LRHS A Cappella group), and being a member of FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) as well as serving as the 2019-2020 Florida FCCLA State President.
Q: What are your college plans and short-term goals after you graduate from LWR High School?
A: For college, I plan to attend Florida Atlantic University (FAU) as a Choral Music Education Major. During my freshman year, I hope to become an ambassador of the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letter and be selected as a member of the National FCCLA Leadership Training Team<