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The InspiratioNOLE Leader program within Dance Marathon at FSU was an unforgettable experience to say the least. As a recent graduate of the of the program, this is my three sentence summary of what exactly the program is...
The InspiratioNOLE Leader (INL) program is a new freshman leadership program designed to teach the youngest leaders at Florida State about Dance Marathon and everything that happens behind the scenes. This is achieved through bi-weekly meetings where InspiratioNOLEs hear stories from miracle families, presentations from our executive board, and have the opportunity to shadow one executive team for a couple of hours at the marathon. The goal of this program is to educate and inspire the InspiratioNOLEs about our cause, as they are the future leaders of this organization.
...but it is SO much more.
Here are some things I learned as a first-year InspiratioNOLE Leader with Dance Marathon at FSU.
This movement is a year-long effort, and it is more work than it seems.
When I first heard about Dance Marathon, I was told it was a 40-hour event where students are on their feet in two 20 hour shifts "For The Kids." This is true for the marathon itself, but it doesn't include all other initiatives such as Miracle Week, FTKolor, Rally Week and more; which all happen year-round to spread awareness about our cause, and how we can be a part of the cure.
As an INL, I watched presentations from each member on our Executive Board and learned exactly what they do. I gained a very high level of respect for all Management and Executive positions and their teams because I saw that they each were an integral part of this organization, and we would not be whole without every single one of them.
Dance Marathon effects real people and their families.
Before every INL meeting, we listened to a miracle family talk about their journey with Dance Marathon and Shands, our Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.
The INL program is part of the “Outreach” team, and our miracle child is Chloe. During one of our first meetings, I remember listening to Chloe’s dad talk about everything they have gone through as a family to get to where they are now.
I can’t fully describe the feeling when a parent says they were told their child wouldn’t make it through the night, but that child is standing in front of you, singing, dancing and being a kid. I think sometimes people need a tangible reason to Do More, and if anything, Chloe is a living, breathing reason.
Dance Marathon brings people together that would otherwise not know each other.
This year, I realized Dance Marathon has the power to change lives, and the people I met along the way are some of the most impactful people I have ever met in my life.
This organization is filled with selfless individuals who want to be a part of something bigger than themselves, and if that isn’t inspiring, I don’t know what is.
InspiratioNOLEs really are the future leaders of this organization.
College as an undergraduate student is only four years, and as older students graduate, someone has to take on their leadership positions.
One of the most valuable things I learned as an INL is that I have everything it takes to take on such positions. The INL program has given me both the knowledge and the confidence to apply for positions within my interest next year, and every year after.
I would do it all over again if I could.
Being an INL gave me a purpose within the largest student run organization in the Southeastern region of the United States, at one of the largest universities in the country.
For an entire year, I had the privilege of being a part of the Outreach team, led by the most supportive Outreach Chair, who acted as a “Dance Marathon Mom” to all 61 of her InspiratioNOLE “kids.” As my DM Mom, she inspires me to Do More everyday, and without her, the InspiratioNOLE Leader program would not be what it is today. I don’t know who will fill this position once Dance Marathon 2018 is over, but what I do know, is they have some really big shoes to fill.
Applying to Dance Marathon at FSU’s InspiratioNOLE Leader program was one of, if not the best decision of my Freshman year at Florida State and I if I could, I would do it all again in a heartbeat.