Gadzooks! A youth who loves school? That’s Jennifer, who says coding is her favorite subject in school. “Jennifer is very interested in coding/animation and dreams of becoming a ‘coder’ someday,” says her worker. Jennifer is a clever, creative kid with a dynamite disposition. She expresses her creativity and loves doing arts and crafts. “Jennifer wants others to know that she is a really good artist, particularly with crafts and coloring,” says her worker. Jennifer also loves anything to do with Minecraft and Harry Potter. “She is an avid reader and has read the entire Harry Potter series and is currently reading the Chronicles of Narnia series,” her worker says. “She also loves to build Legos and has built several Harry Potter and Minecraft sets.” Jennifer loves the color green and follows a certain sports team from East Lansing that wears green uniforms. “She is a hard-core MSU fan,” says Jennifer’s worker. If she could visit anywhere in the world, Jennifer would travel to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower. And what about that dynamite disposition? “Jennifer is a spunky young lady with a caring nature,” says her worker. “She is very polite and intelligent.” In other words, a good fit for a forever family. Jennifer looks forward to spending time with her future forever family having fun and visiting fun places.
A career in coding isn’t the only thing Jennifer wishes. If she had three wishes, they would be “to get adopted, to have better handwriting and to be successful in my career.” This smart young lady enjoys sharing a laugh with others. As one might expect of a youth who loves school, Jennifer does well academically. “She has been on the honor roll several times,” says her worker.
Jennifer would do well with a single mom or two parents. Her new parent or parents would benefit from knowledge of the impact of trauma on a child. Jennifer would benefit from being the only or youngest child in the home. Most importantly, her new forever family must be strong advocates for the services that will help Jennifer function at her best.
For more information, Contact the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange at 800-589-6273.
For more information, contact the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange at 800-589-6273.
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