Robertson Scholarship - resume

<p>What would be the ideal resume of a robertson scholar?
Please - anyone that is or has been a robertson scholar or knows a robertson scholar - post your resumes, so that students that are looking into applying can see if they have any chances. Thanks so much! </p>

<p>Also, I know that they have profiles of Robertson scholars on their website, but I also wanted to know the ideal SAT, PSAT, ACT scores, GPA, class rank and anything else that characterizes robertson scholars. </p>

<p>Thanks! :)</p>


<p>Community service seems to be highly important . . .</p>

<p>Do a wide variety of things. Have ambitions. Take in interest in the welfare of those around you. Pretty comprehensive explanation on the Robertson Scholars website, specifically about the 3 key 'pillars'.</p>

<p>Thanks for the replies guys!
But, what did you do to be accepted by the program?
I am only a freshman, so I am planning everything I can do... like this summmer:
I am volunteering at the hospital - Heart Transplant center, Endoscopy and Info. desk
(at the indo desk: I get to take messages and flowers up to patients and read the cards aloud and discharge them, so when I talk to them, I feel really good and I love cheering them up at Heart Transplant area - I do a lot of filing and call patients to follow up with them and take specimens to the lab, Endoscopy - I do everything to make sure the patients are ready for surgery... give them blankets, water, refreshments, make sure they have everything, and discharge them or take them to another branch in the hospital)
I am writing journal entries of each visit. Totally, I might get about a 100 hours
I am also volunteering at the Art School at an art museum.<br>
Next year:
Breakthrough Collabarative (tutor low-income students)
Hospital again - this time - ER at a trauma hospital and the Oncology section
Art School again
and this temple program where we deliver sandwiches to the homeless </p>

<p>any others that I should do?</p>

<p>Do something big.</p>

<p>Cure cancer!</p>