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Last Performance with Le Plank

Park Performeance 

On their very special last performance, Michael, Frank, Remon, and HoiLam with their partner Le Pank, have decided to go to Lions Wayside Park for their last show. Through their journey with Le Plank, they have brought many smiles and made many days more joyful. Seagull Leadership had great fun with Le Plank and can't wait for next time!

Senior Center

Michael, Frank, Leyi, Remon and Hoi Lam

Seagull leadership visited Ivy Park for another great performance.  Not only did they bring endless smiles but also an intriguing show. They love doing this and will continue to do so.

Violin

Senior Center Performance

On 4/29/23, Seagull members Leyi, Michael, Frank, and Remon goes to Ivy Park home for senior to once again amaze their lovely audience with their spirited music such as "America the Beautiful" and "Oh! Susanna"

Sheet Music

Senior Center Performance

From 2/15/23 to the present, Seagull members Leyi, Michael, Frank, and Remon, have teamed up with Le Plank to go to Watermark Senior Center and showed their beautiful music that brings bright smiles to those elderly. They love doing the performances and will continue to do so!

Sheet Music

Senior Center Performance

From 2/15/23 to the present, Slg members Leyi, Michael, Frank, and Remon, have teamed up with Le Plank to go to Watermark Senior Center and showed their beautiful music that brings bright smiles to those elderly. They love doing the performances and will continue to do so!

Black Bubble Tea

Performing at Snowflake

On 2/11/23 Seagull Leadership members Leyi, Michael, Frank, and Remon, with their partner Le Plank went to a dessert shop called Snowflake to demonstrate their enchanting music which helped gain more people to the shop!

Violin and Music Sheet

A Motivating Discussion About University

One rainy afternoon on January 5, 2018, over 100 parents and students gathered in a cozy room in the Fremont Main Library in anticipation for Seagull Leadership International’s college talk seminar. We invited students from Harvard, Yale, MIT, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Brown, and Boston University who studied majors ranging from political science to molecular biology.

Our Brilliant Panelists!

After a short introduction of each of the nine college student panelists, the host asked five questions to start the seminar, giving each of the college students time to answer each question. During this time, they answered questions about college majors, writing essays, extracurricular activities, regrets about high school, their favorite part about college, and any plans after graduation. Many of the panelists told the audience that many college students change their major at least once and that they should pursue extracurriculars that they’re passionate about instead of ones that would look good on a resume. They also said that they enjoyed the freedom of college and the diversity of the campus population. A majority of the panelists were unsure about their path after college, but many mentioned graduate school and certain jobs they might want to pursue.

Asking Questions
Our Audience

After the general questions, we opened the Q&A session to the audience. They had a huge variety of questions, including topics such as private college counselors, dealing with stress in high school, time management, applying for summer programs, and the role of parents in the college application process. They explained that a college counselor wasn’t necessary but could be helpful for certain people. They also gave useful tips on how to deal with stress and different ways to avoid procrastination. The panelists mentioned the benefits of applying to prestigious summer programs or getting a summer job, and they cautioned the audience to take advice from their parents or friends but to still value their own opinions. The parents of these college students also had a chance to share their experience and their role during the college application process.

A Father Sharing His Experience
A Mother Giving Valuable Advice

Everyone in the audience, whether it was a parent or student, learned something new and interesting from the seminar that will help them throughout high school and the college application process. We hopes to make this a periodic event with unique panelists from different backgrounds and colleges. Once again, we thank all of the university students and their guardians who volunteered their time to share their own story about college! We hope you gained insight on the various aspects of the admissions process, and we hope to see you soon in our future events!

Thank you!

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