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How to Write the Community Essay – Guide with Examples (2023-24)

September 6, 2023

Students applying to college this year will inevitably confront the community essay. In fact, most students will end up responding to several community essay prompts for different schools. For this reason, you should know more than simply how to approach the community essay as a genre. Rather, you will want to learn how to decipher the nuances of each particular prompt, in order to adapt your response appropriately. In this article, we’ll show you how to do just that, through several community essay examples. These examples will also demonstrate how to avoid cliché and make the community essay authentically and convincingly your own.

Emphasis on Community

Do keep in mind that inherent in the word “community” is the idea of multiple people. The personal statement already provides you with a chance to tell the college admissions committee about yourself as an individual. The community essay, however, suggests that you depict yourself among others. You can use this opportunity to your advantage by showing off interpersonal skills, for example. Or, perhaps you wish to relate a moment that forged important relationships. This in turn will indicate what kind of connections you’ll make in the classroom with college peers and professors.

Apart from comprising numerous people, a community can appear in many shapes and sizes. It could be as small as a volleyball team, or as large as a diaspora. It could fill a town soup kitchen, or spread across five boroughs. In fact, due to the internet, certain communities today don’t even require a physical place to congregate. Communities can form around a shared identity, shared place, shared hobby, shared ideology, or shared call to action. They can even arise due to a shared yet unforeseen circumstance.

What is the Community Essay All About?             

In a nutshell, the community essay should exhibit three things:

  • An aspect of yourself, 2. in the context of a community you belonged to, and 3. how this experience may shape your contribution to the community you’ll join in college.

It may look like a fairly simple equation: 1 + 2 = 3. However, each college will word their community essay prompt differently, so it’s important to look out for additional variables. One college may use the community essay as a way to glimpse your core values. Another may use the essay to understand how you would add to diversity on campus. Some may let you decide in which direction to take it—and there are many ways to go!

To get a better idea of how the prompts differ, let’s take a look at some real community essay prompts from the current admission cycle.

Sample 2023-2024 Community Essay Prompts

1) brown university.

“Students entering Brown often find that making their home on College Hill naturally invites reflection on where they came from. Share how an aspect of your growing up has inspired or challenged you, and what unique contributions this might allow you to make to the Brown community. (200-250 words)”

A close reading of this prompt shows that Brown puts particular emphasis on place. They do this by using the words “home,” “College Hill,” and “where they came from.” Thus, Brown invites writers to think about community through the prism of place. They also emphasize the idea of personal growth or change, through the words “inspired or challenged you.” Therefore, Brown wishes to see how the place you grew up in has affected you. And, they want to know how you in turn will affect their college community.

“NYU was founded on the belief that a student’s identity should not dictate the ability for them to access higher education. That sense of opportunity for all students, of all backgrounds, remains a part of who we are today and a critical part of what makes us a world-class university. Our community embraces diversity, in all its forms, as a cornerstone of the NYU experience.

We would like to better understand how your experiences would help us to shape and grow our diverse community. Please respond in 250 words or less.”

Here, NYU places an emphasis on students’ “identity,” “backgrounds,” and “diversity,” rather than any physical place. (For some students, place may be tied up in those ideas.) Furthermore, while NYU doesn’t ask specifically how identity has changed the essay writer, they do ask about your “experience.” Take this to mean that you can still recount a specific moment, or several moments, that work to portray your particular background. You should also try to link your story with NYU’s values of inclusivity and opportunity.

3) University of Washington

“Our families and communities often define us and our individual worlds. Community might refer to your cultural group, extended family, religious group, neighborhood or school, sports team or club, co-workers, etc. Describe the world you come from and how you, as a product of it, might add to the diversity of the UW. (300 words max) Tip: Keep in mind that the UW strives to create a community of students richly diverse in cultural backgrounds, experiences, values and viewpoints.”

UW ’s community essay prompt may look the most approachable, for they help define the idea of community. You’ll notice that most of their examples (“families,” “cultural group, extended family, religious group, neighborhood”…) place an emphasis on people. This may clue you in on their desire to see the relationships you’ve made. At the same time, UW uses the words “individual” and “richly diverse.” They, like NYU, wish to see how you fit in and stand out, in order to boost campus diversity.

Writing Your First Community Essay

Begin by picking which community essay you’ll write first. (For practical reasons, you’ll probably want to go with whichever one is due earliest.) Spend time doing a close reading of the prompt, as we’ve done above. Underline key words. Try to interpret exactly what the prompt is asking through these keywords.

Next, brainstorm. I recommend doing this on a blank piece of paper with a pencil. Across the top, make a row of headings. These might be the communities you’re a part of, or the components that make up your identity. Then, jot down descriptive words underneath in each column—whatever comes to you. These words may invoke people and experiences you had with them, feelings, moments of growth, lessons learned, values developed, etc. Now, narrow in on the idea that offers the richest material and that corresponds fully with the prompt.

Lastly, write! You’ll definitely want to describe real moments, in vivid detail. This will keep your essay original, and help you avoid cliché. However, you’ll need to summarize the experience and answer the prompt succinctly, so don’t stray too far into storytelling mode.

How To Adapt Your Community Essay

Once your first essay is complete, you’ll need to adapt it to the other colleges involving community essays on your list. Again, you’ll want to turn to the prompt for a close reading, and recognize what makes this prompt different from the last. For example, let’s say you’ve written your essay for UW about belonging to your swim team, and how the sports dynamics shaped you. Adapting that essay to Brown’s prompt could involve more of a focus on place. You may ask yourself, how was my swim team in Alaska different than the swim teams we competed against in other states?

Once you’ve adapted the content, you’ll also want to adapt the wording to mimic the prompt. For example, let’s say your UW essay states, “Thinking back to my years in the pool…” As you adapt this essay to Brown’s prompt, you may notice that Brown uses the word “reflection.” Therefore, you might change this sentence to “Reflecting back on my years in the pool…” While this change is minute, it cleverly signals to the reader that you’ve paid attention to the prompt, and are giving that school your full attention.

What to Avoid When Writing the Community Essay  

  • Avoid cliché. Some students worry that their idea is cliché, or worse, that their background or identity is cliché. However, what makes an essay cliché is not the content, but the way the content is conveyed. This is where your voice and your descriptions become essential.
  • Avoid giving too many examples. Stick to one community, and one or two anecdotes arising from that community that allow you to answer the prompt fully.
  • Don’t exaggerate or twist facts. Sometimes students feel they must make themselves sound more “diverse” than they feel they are. Luckily, diversity is not a feeling. Likewise, diversity does not simply refer to one’s heritage. If the prompt is asking about your identity or background, you can show the originality of your experiences through your actions and your thinking.

Community Essay Examples and Analysis

Brown university community essay example.

I used to hate the NYC subway. I’ve taken it since I was six, going up and down Manhattan, to and from school. By high school, it was a daily nightmare. Spending so much time underground, underneath fluorescent lighting, squashed inside a rickety, rocking train car among strangers, some of whom wanted to talk about conspiracy theories, others who had bedbugs or B.O., or who manspread across two seats, or bickered—it wore me out. The challenge of going anywhere seemed absurd. I dreaded the claustrophobia and disgruntlement.

Yet the subway also inspired my understanding of community. I will never forget the morning I saw a man, several seats away, slide out of his seat and hit the floor. The thump shocked everyone to attention. What we noticed: he appeared drunk, possibly homeless. I was digesting this when a second man got up and, through a sort of awkward embrace, heaved the first man back into his seat. The rest of us had stuck to subway social codes: don’t step out of line. Yet this second man’s silent actions spoke loudly. They said, “I care.”

That day I realized I belong to a group of strangers. What holds us together is our transience, our vulnerabilities, and a willingness to assist. This community is not perfect but one in motion, a perpetual work-in-progress. Now I make it my aim to hold others up. I plan to contribute to the Brown community by helping fellow students and strangers in moments of precariousness.    

Brown University Community Essay Example Analysis

Here the student finds an original way to write about where they come from. The subway is not their home, yet it remains integral to ideas of belonging. The student shows how a community can be built between strangers, in their responsibility toward each other. The student succeeds at incorporating key words from the prompt (“challenge,” “inspired” “Brown community,” “contribute”) into their community essay.

UW Community Essay Example

I grew up in Hawaii, a world bound by water and rich in diversity. In school we learned that this sacred land was invaded, first by Captain Cook, then by missionaries, whalers, traders, plantation owners, and the U.S. government. My parents became part of this problematic takeover when they moved here in the 90s. The first community we knew was our church congregation. At the beginning of mass, we shook hands with our neighbors. We held hands again when we sang the Lord’s Prayer. I didn’t realize our church wasn’t “normal” until our diocese was informed that we had to stop dancing hula and singing Hawaiian hymns. The order came from the Pope himself.

Eventually, I lost faith in God and organized institutions. I thought the banning of hula—an ancient and pure form of expression—seemed medieval, ignorant, and unfair, given that the Hawaiian religion had already been stamped out. I felt a lack of community and a distrust for any place in which I might find one. As a postcolonial inhabitant, I could never belong to the Hawaiian culture, no matter how much I valued it. Then, I was shocked to learn that Queen Ka’ahumanu herself had eliminated the Kapu system, a strict code of conduct in which women were inferior to men. Next went the Hawaiian religion. Queen Ka’ahumanu burned all the temples before turning to Christianity, hoping this religion would offer better opportunities for her people.

Community Essay (Continued)

I’m not sure what to make of this history. Should I view Queen Ka’ahumanu as a feminist hero, or another failure in her islands’ tragedy? Nothing is black and white about her story, but she did what she thought was beneficial to her people, regardless of tradition. From her story, I’ve learned to accept complexity. I can disagree with institutionalized religion while still believing in my neighbors. I am a product of this place and their presence. At UW, I plan to add to campus diversity through my experience, knowing that diversity comes with contradictions and complications, all of which should be approached with an open and informed mind.

UW Community Essay Example Analysis

This student also manages to weave in words from the prompt (“family,” “community,” “world,” “product of it,” “add to the diversity,” etc.). Moreover, the student picks one of the examples of community mentioned in the prompt, (namely, a religious group,) and deepens their answer by addressing the complexity inherent in the community they’ve been involved in. While the student displays an inner turmoil about their identity and participation, they find a way to show how they’d contribute to an open-minded campus through their values and intellectual rigor.

What’s Next

For more on supplemental essays and essay writing guides, check out the following articles:

  • How to Write the Why This Major Essay + Example
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How to Write a Community Supplemental Essay (with Examples)

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If you're applying to college, there's a good chance you'll be writing a Community Essay for one (or lots) of your supplementals. In this post, we show you how to write one that stands out.

This post is one in a series of posts about the supplemental essays . You can read our core “how-to” supplemental post here .

When schools admit you, they aren’t just admitting you to be a student. They’re also admitting you to be a community member.

Community supplemental essays help universities understand how you would fit into their school community. At their core, Community prompts allow you to explicitly show an admissions officer why you would be the perfect addition to the school’s community.

Let’s get into what a Community supplemental essay is, what strategies you can use to stand out, and which steps you can take to write the best one possible.

What is a Community supplemental essay?

Community supplemental essay prompts come in a number of forms. Some ask you to talk about a community you already belong to, while others ask you to expand on how you would contribute to the school you’re applying to.

Let’s look at a couple of examples.

1: Rice University

Rice is lauded for creating a collaborative atmosphere that enhances the quality of life for all members of our campus community. The Residential College System and undergraduate life is heavily influenced by the unique life experiences and cultural tradition each student brings. What life perspectives would you contribute to the Rice community? 500 word limit.

2: Swarthmore College

Swarthmore students’ worldviews are often forged by their prior experiences and exposure to ideas and values. Our students are often mentored, supported, and developed by their immediate context—in their neighborhoods, communities of faith, families, and classrooms. Reflect on what elements of your home, school, or community have shaped you or positively impacted you. How have you grown or changed because of the influence of your community?

Community Essay Strategy

Your Community essay strategy will likely depend on the kind of Community essay you’re asked to write. As with all supplemental essays, the goal of any community essay should be to write about the strengths that make you a good fit for the school in question.

How to write about a community to which you belong

Most Community essay prompts give you a lot of flexibility in how you define “community.” That means that the community you write about probably isn’t limited to the more formal communities you’re part of like family or school. Your communities can also include friend groups, athletic teams, clubs and organizations, online communities, and more.

There are two things you should consider before you even begin writing your essay.

What school values is the prompt looking for?

Whether they’re listed implicitly or explicitly, Community essay prompts often include values that you can align your essay response with.

To explain, let’s look at this short supplemental prompt from the University of Notre Dame:

If you were given unlimited resources to help solve one problem in your community, what would it be and how would you accomplish it?

Now, this prompt doesn’t outright say anything about values. But the question itself, even being so short, implies a few values:

a) That you should be active in your community

b) That you should be aware of your community’s problems

c) That you know how to problem-solve

d) That you’re able to collaborate with your community

After dissecting the prompt for these values, you can write a Community essay that showcases how you align with them.

What else are admissions officers learning about you through the community you choose?

In addition to showing what a good community member you are, your Community supplemental essays can also let you talk about other parts of your experience. Doing so can help you find the perfect narrative balance among all your essays.

Let’s use a quick example.

If I’m a student applying to computer science programs, then I might choose to write about the community I’ve found in my robotics team. More specifically, I might write about my role as cheerleader and principle problem-solver of my robotics team. Writing about my robotics team allows me to do two things:

Show that I’m a really supportive person in my community, and

Show that I’m on a robotics team that means a lot to me.

Now, it’s important not to co-opt your Community essay and turn it into a secret Extracurricular essay , but it’s important to be thinking about all the information an admissions officer will learn about you based on the community you choose to focus on.

How to write about what you’ll contribute to your new community

The other segment of Community essays are those that ask you to reflect on how your specific experiences will contribute to your new community.

It’s important that you read each prompt carefully so you know what to focus your essay on.

These kinds of Community prompts let you explicitly drive home why you belong at the school you’re applying to.

Here are two suggestions to get you started.

Draw out the values.

This kind of Community prompt also typically contains some kind of reference to values. The Rice prompt is a perfect example of this:

Rice is lauded for creating a collaborative atmosphere that enhances the quality of life for all members of our campus community . The Residential College System and undergraduate life is heavily influenced by the unique life experiences and cultural tradition each student brings. What life perspectives would you contribute to the Rice community? 500 word limit.

There are several values here:

a) Collaboration

b) Enhancing quality of life

c) For all members of the community

d) Residential system (AKA not just in the classroom)

e) Sharing unique life experiences and cultural traditions with other students

Note that the actual question of the prompt is “What life perspectives would you contribute to the Rice community?” If you skimmed the beginning of the prompt to get to the question, you’d miss all these juicy details about what a Rice student looks like.

But with them in mind, you can choose to write about a life perspective that you hold that aligns with these five values.

Find detailed connections to the school.

Since these kinds of Community prompts ask you what you would contribute to the school community, this is your chance to find the most logical and specific connections you can. Browse the school website and social media to find groups, clubs, activities, communities, or support systems that are related to your personal background and experiences. When appropriate based on the prompt, these kinds of connections can help you show how good a fit you are for the school and community.

How to do Community Essay school research

Looking at school values means doing research on the school’s motto, mission statement, and strategic plans. This information is all carefully curated by a university to reflect the core values, initiatives, and goals of an institution. They can guide your Community essay by giving you more values options to include.

We’ll use the Rice mission statement as an example. It says,

As a leading research university with a distinctive commitment to undergraduate education, Rice University aspires to pathbreaking research , unsurpassed teaching , and contribution to the betterment of our world . It seeks to fulfill this mission by cultivating a diverse community of learning and discovery that produces leaders across the spectrum of human endeavor.

I’ve bolded just a few of the most important values we can draw out.

As we’ll see in the next section, I can use these values to brainstorm my Community essay.

How to write a Community Supplemental Essay

Step 1: Read the prompt closely & identify any relevant values.

When writing any supplemental essay, your first step should always be to closely read the prompt. You can even annotate it. It’s important to do this so you know exactly what is being asked of you.

With Community essays specifically, you can also highlight any values you think the prompt is asking you to elaborate on.

Keeping track of the prompt will make sure that you’re not missing anything an admissions officer will be on the lookout for.

Step 2: Brainstorm communities you’re involved in.

If you’re writing a Community essay that asks you to discuss a community you belong to, then your next step will be brainstorming all of your options.

As you brainstorm, keep a running list. Your list can include all kinds of communities you’re involved in.

Communities:

  • Model United Nations
  • Youth group
  • Instagram book club
  • My Discord group

Step 3: Think about the role(s) you play in your selected community.

Narrow down your community list to a couple of options. For each remaining option, identify the roles you played, actions you took, and significance you’ve drawn from being part of that group.

Community: Orchestra

Roles Actions Significance
Section leader Lead sectionals, be available for others to ask questions, coordinate with orchestra director to set section goals, set a good example for the rest of the section My involvement in this community is significant because it’s taught me to balance my own technical skill with teamwork and collaboration.
Fundraiser coordinator Coordinate fundraiser activities to raise money for orchestra room upgrades I showed my dedication to my orchestra community by putting in a lot of extra work to raise $5,000 for the new equipment we needed.

These three columns help you get at the most important details you need to include in your community essay.

Step 4: Identify any relevant connections to the school.

Depending on the question the prompt asks of you, your last step may be to do some school research.

Let’s return to the Rice example.

After researching the Rice mission statement, we know that Rice values community members who want to contribute to the “betterment of our world.”

Ah ha! Now we have something solid to work from.

With this value in mind, I can choose to write about a perspective that shows my investment in creating a better world. Maybe that perspective is a specific kind of fundraising tenacity. Maybe it’s always looking for those small improvements that have a big impact. Maybe it’s some combination of both. Whatever it is, I can write a supplemental essay that reflects the values of the university.

Community Essay Mistakes

While writing Community essays may seem fairly straightforward, there are actually a number of ways they can go awry. Specifically, there are three common mistakes students make that you should be on the lookout for.

They don’t address the specific requests of the prompt.

As with all supplemental essays, your Community essay needs to address what the prompt is asking you to do. In Community essays especially, you’ll need to assess whether you’re being asked to talk about a community you’re already part of or the community you hope to join.

Neglecting to read the prompt also means neglecting any help the prompt gives you in terms of values. Remember that you can get clues as to what the school is looking for by analyzing the prompt’s underlying values.

They’re too vague.

Community essays can also go awry when they’re too vague. Your Community essay should reflect on specific, concrete details about your experience. This is especially the case when a Community prompt asks you to talk about a specific moment, challenge, or sequence of events.

Don’t shy away from details. Instead, use them to tell a compelling story.

They don’t make any connections to the school.

Finally, Community essays that don’t make any connections to the school in question miss out on a valuable opportunity to show school fit. Recall from our supplemental essay guide that you should always write supplemental essays with an eye toward showing how well you fit into a particular community.

Community essays are the perfect chance to do that, so try to find relevant and logical school connections to include.

Community Supplemental Essay Example

Example essay: robotics community.

University of Michigan: Everyone belongs to many different communities and/or groups defined by (among other things) shared geography, religion, ethnicity, income, cuisine, interest, race, ideology, or intellectual heritage. Choose one of the communities to which you belong, and describe that community and your place within it. (Required for all applicants; minimum 100 words/maximum 300 words)

From Blendtec’s “Will it Blend?” videos to ZirconTV’s “How to Use a Stud Finder,” I’m a YouTube how-to fiend. This propensity for fix-it knowledge has not only served me well, but it’s also been a lifesaver for my favorite community: my robotics team(( The writer explicitly states the community they’ll be focusing on.)) . While some students spend their after-school hours playing sports or video games, I spend mine tinkering in my garage with three friends, one of whom is made of metal.

Last year, I Googled more fixes than I can count. Faulty wires, misaligned soldering, and failed code were no match for me. My friends watched in awe as I used Boolean Operators to find exactly the information I sought.(( The writer clearly articulates their place in the community.)) But as I agonized over chassis reviews, other unsearchable problems arose.

First((This entire paragraph fulfills the “describe that community” direction in the prompt.)) , there was the matter of registering for our first robotics competition. None of us familiar with bureaucracy, David stepped up and made some calls. His maturity and social skills helped us immediately land a spot. The next issue was branding. Our robot needed a name and a logo, and Connor took it upon himself to learn graphic design. We all voted on Archie’s name and logo design to find the perfect match. And finally, someone needed to enter the ring. Archie took it from there, winning us first place.

The best part about being in this robotics community is the collaboration and exchange of knowledge.((The writer emphasizes a clear strength: collaboration within their community. It’s clear that the writer values all contributions to the team.))  Although I can figure out how to fix anything, it’s impossible to google social skills, creativity, or courage. For that information, only friends will do. I can only imagine the fixes I’ll bring to the University of Michigan and the skills I’ll learn in return at part of the Manufacturing Robotics community((The writer ends with a forward-looking connection to the school in question.)) .

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As a kid, I loved imagining what the perfect world would be like. In this essay, I will describe my vision for an ideal place where everyone is happy and things work smoothly. One day, real life could be just as great as the world in my head.

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In my ideal world, there would be no bullying or rude behavior between people. (Topic sentence) Everyone would treat each other with kindness like best friends do. No one would feel left out or made fun of, so confidence and teamwork could reign supreme instead of nasty attitudes. With smiles as currency, who would not want to get up each morning in such a light-filled land?

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Another key part of my ideal place involves leaders focused on the greater good. Laws and guidelines would unite communities by being reasonable, not overbearing. (Transition) Listening to citizens and compromising would solve problems, not force. (Topic sentence) Leaders lead by moral example, so trust between governance and people could eliminate corruption. Civic participation empowers all voices while shared hope for the future ties society close.

A Clean Environment

My perfect world also cares deeply for the natural realm, providing for our needs and wants. Clean water, fresh air and healthy soil maintain a sustainable balance. (Transition) Eco-initiatives create green jobs while renewing resources for generations ahead to discover nature’s beauty. (Topic sentence) Respecting inhabitants, big and small, teaches humanity that nature’s wonders come with caring for all. Together as stewards, our earth and its inhabitants thrive prosperously as one community joined in hands.

Advanced Technology

Though simple in ways, technological progress moves society closer to my ideal, with discoveries improving lives every day. Medical breakthroughs cure illness; efficient cars run on air. Machines handle labor so creativity and relationships can blossom freely. (Transition) However, nature remains treasured, and machines serve not to overtake humankind. Online worlds unite distant friends while safeguarding privacy. Advances enhance life’s experiences when guided with wisdom.

Lasting Peace

Most of all, peace would exist between all people and nations in a perfect world. Cooperation overcomes squabbling over perceived differences for the sake of shared hopes. (Topic sentence) Understanding, compassion and nonviolence resolve conflicts, so energy focuses on mutual interests like science, arts and exploration. Without fear of harm, the fullest potential of the human spirit could flourish across borders as one.

In closing, while still just a dream, envisioning an ideal world motivates making real life closer bit by bit. With effort gradually shifting perspectives on what moves society ahead harmoniously, one day, compassion will be reality’s common currency where all people’s voices and inherent worth ring clear. I hope such a world might pass through each small act of kindness.

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Duties of a Student Paragraph in English [100, 150, 200 Words]

Duties of a Student Paragraph in English: In this article, you are going to learn how to write a paragraph on Duties of a Student. We’ve given three paragraphs on this topic. All the paragraphs are helpful for students of all classes (class 1 to class 12). So, let’s get started.

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Students are the future hopes of a country. The first and foremost duty of a student is to study and acquire knowledge. He should be punctual and disciplined. A student should go to bed early and wake up early. He should be keen to learn new things. He should utilize his time effectively.

Besides studying, a student has also duties towards his family and society. He should follow the advice of his parents and teachers. He should try to help his friends and neighbors as far as possible. A Student should be Health conscious. He should have a good and strong character. Students should remember that they are the future citizens who will lead the nation to its destiny.

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We live in a society which comprises our parents, teachers, friends, relatives and  others. They have a great expectation from students who are the future citizens of the country. On them depend the progress and prosperity of the country. Student life is said to be the seed time of life. It is the time to prepare oneself for the future. Much care is to be taken to mould their character at this stage.

Society expects the students to be hardworking, obedient and polite. They should live a disciplined, orderly and clean life. They have to serve not only themselves but also the society and the country. Students should develop in them a sense of patience, truthfulness and honesty so that they could shoulder any responsibility entrusted to them. Students should try their best to meet all these expectations of the society.

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A student has a lot of duties to do in his student life. The most important duty of a student is to study seriously. He should build a good academic career. At class, he must be attentive to his lessons. He must have a deep respect for his teachers. He ought to be an obedient student. It is his duty to mind his homework. A good student is always beloved by all his class-mates. So a true student. behaves friendly with the other students with love and sympathy for them. At home he must have high regards for his parents and superiors.

A student has some duties towards the society he lives in. He may conduct a night school to educate the old people and the farmers. He may hold classes with the small children and also the young boys and girls in the slums. A student can organize cultural functions among the poor village people about the pollution around them. In this way a student can perform his duties towards his society and his own country. A Student is known by the behavior he shows. He must be polite and modest in his manners. He must mind that he will be a worthy citizen of his country and will never be a selfish person in society.

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Through your college applications process, you’re likely to come across the term “community service” many times. In fact, you may be asked to write an essay about it. This post will cover the specifics of a community service essay and how to go about writing one, including what to cover and common mistakes to avoid. 

What is a Community Service Essay?

You may encounter the community service essay as you’re writing your supplemental essays for college. These are school-specific prompts that only go to the college that requests them, unlike the personal statement , which goes to every school you apply to. Not all schools require community service essays, but several do. It’s also a common requirement for scholarship applications, especially if it’s a school-specific merit scholarship. 

The community service essay is an essay that describes the initiatives you have taken outside of the classroom to benefit your community. In a 2018 survey of 264 admissions leaders across the US, 58% said that community service is a tie-breaker between students who are otherwise equally qualified. The community service essay offers you the opportunity to shine light on the work you have done to make an impact on the world and people around you, and is an additional way to help you stand out among other applicants. 

Approaching the Community Service Essay 

Understand the essay requirements  .

As with any essay, it’s important to first understand what is expected of your essay. For a start, elements to pay attention to include: 

  • Length requirements
  • Focus or subject of the essay prompt 
  • Organization of the essay 

Although all community service essays ultimately have the same purpose of having you describe your local service activities, they can come with different types of prompts. Below are three sample prompts. Note the differences in topic specificity, length requirements, and breadth of the prompt. 

From the CGCS – Bernard Harris Scholarship Program: 

Please describe a meaningful volunteer or community service experience, including what you learned from participating.

From the University of California Application :

What have you done to make your school or your community a better place? (350 words).

From the Equitable Excellence Scholarship:

Describe your outstanding achievement in depth and provide the specific planning, training, goals, and steps taken to make the accomplishment successful. Include details about your role and highlight leadership you provided. Your essay must be a minimum of 350 words but not more than 600 words.

Brainstorming for your community service essay 

Once you have an understanding of what is required of the specific you are to write, the next step is to brainstorm ideas for a specific topic. If you have various community-engaged service experiences under your belt, consider the following before you finalize your decision. 

The best topics:

Are substantial in length and scope. It’s better to cover a long-term commitment than a one-off afternoon at the food pantry or animal shelter. 

Are transformative or inspiring. Although community service is “others”-oriented, colleges are looking to learn more about you. The ideal community service essay topic should be an experience that changed or challenged your perspective, and was ultimately fulfilling. 

Illustrate personal qualities or passions that you want to highlight. Given the specific prompt, and taking the rest of your application into consideration, which personal interests do you want to highlight? Which activity illuminates the personal quality that you want to bring attention to? 

These are all elements to consider before you begin writing your essay. 

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Tips for Writing Your Community Service Essay 

1. include anecdotes.

Anecdotes are a great way to begin your essay, not only as a way to grab your reader’s attention, but by launching right into the experience of your service activity. You can start with a line about a particularly busy afternoon at the orphanage, or a morning cleaning up the streets after a storm, or the sense of accomplishment you felt when you watched a dog under your care at the animal shelter get adopted. 

2. Show, don’t tell 

We’re sure you’ve heard this axiom of general writing before, but it applies to college essays just as much as with any other piece of writing. Opt for evocative examples over plain explaining whenever possible. Take this sentence: “There was a lot of food waste at our school cafeteria.” It’s not nearly as powerful as this description: “I peered into the tall, gray trash cans to inspect the mountain of Styrofoam trays and discarded food. There were countless pizza crusts, globs of green beans, and unopened cartons of milk.” 

Anyone could write the first sentence, and it’s not a unique experience. In the second description, we’re shown the scene of the writer’s lunchroom. We get a peek into their perspective and life, which makes the writing more vivid and relatable. Aim to bring your reader into your world as much as possible.

3. Share your responsibilities and accomplishments.

The more tangible your community service activities feel to the reader, the more powerful your essay will be. Concretize your work by stating the basic details of what kind of work you did and what your duties involved, where it was based, when you began working, and the amount of time you spent working. 

Be sure to quantify your work and accomplishments when possible; it’s better to say your fundraiser yielded 125 books than “a large number” of books. It’s important to also elaborate on why the work you did matters. Why was it important? Did the books you collected or purchased after the fundraiser expand the library of the local orphanage that they already had, or did it offer the children easy access to books that wasn’t available previously? Be specific and detailed.  

4. Highlight what you learned and how you’ll use those lessons moving forward. 

Towards the end of your essay, you’ll want to share how you benefited from the community service work you did. This is an important part of the essay, because it shows how you are able to distill your experiences to applicable lessons in your own life. 

Think of this section in two potential parts: skills you learned, and personal development. Did you gain any hard skills, such as public speaking, poster design, or funds management? Then think about how you developed as an individual. Are you more empathetic or patient now? 

Things to Avoid in Your Community Service Essay 

1. don’t list out everything that happened..

You want to keep your essay well-structured and concise. This isn’t a résumé, or a play-by-play of the entire experience. Stick to the most telling details and anecdotes from your experience. 

2. Avoid using a pretentious or privileged tone.

Humility goes a long way, and entitlement can be smelled from afar. The purpose of this essay is not to paint yourself as a savior of any kind, but rather to show what’s important to you in your non-academic life, and how you approach solving real-world and interpersonal problems. 

3. Avoid clichés.

It may be tempting to quote famous people, but doing so can easily seem like a shortcut, plus it shows little of who you are. Try also to steer clear of trite and vague life lesson lines such as “I learned that people can be happy with so little,” or “I learned the importance of giving back.” Not only do they carry a tone of privilege, they are also sweeping general conclusions and don’t convey anything specific of what you learned. 

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Introduction.

An ideal person is someone we admire and aspire to be like. This person possesses qualities that we value and wish to emulate. My ideal person is my mother.

My Mother’s Qualities

My mother is kind, patient, and hardworking. She always puts others before herself and never hesitates to lend a helping hand.

Her Influence

Her influence on me is profound. She teaches me to be kind, to respect others, and to work hard. I aspire to be like her in every way.

In conclusion, my ideal person is my mother because of her admirable qualities. She is my role model and I strive to be like her.

250 Words Essay on My Ideal Person

Intellectual prowess.

Intelligence extends beyond academic prowess or professional success. An ideal person should have the ability to think critically, question the status quo, and innovate. They should possess a thirst for knowledge and a constant curiosity, underpinned by a lifelong commitment to learning.

Moral Integrity

Moral integrity forms the cornerstone of an ideal person’s character. They should have the courage to uphold ethical principles, even when faced with adversity. Honesty, empathy, and kindness, coupled with a strong sense of responsibility towards society, define their moral compass.

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand, manage, and effectively express one’s own feelings, as well as engage and navigate successfully with those of others. The ideal person should have a high degree of emotional intelligence, embodying qualities such as empathy, self-awareness, and resilience.

In conclusion, my ideal person is a blend of intellectual prowess, moral integrity, and emotional intelligence. They represent a beacon of inspiration, guiding us towards personal growth and societal progress. Their existence is not merely a utopian dream, but a goal worth striving for, as they embody the pinnacle of human potential and virtue.

500 Words Essay on My Ideal Person

The concept of an ideal person varies from person to person and is shaped by our values, experiences, and aspirations. For some, an ideal person might be a great leader, for others a selfless philanthropist, or perhaps an innovative entrepreneur. In my perspective, an ideal person is an amalgamation of various qualities such as resilience, compassion, wisdom, and vision. This essay will delve into these attributes that constitute my ideal person.

Compassion, the capacity for empathy and understanding towards others, is another essential trait. My ideal person is someone who not only empathizes with others but also takes action to alleviate their suffering. This quality is not limited to grand gestures but can be expressed in everyday interactions. Mother Teresa serves as a perfect example of compassion personified, dedicating her life to serving the poor and destitute.

Wisdom, the ability to make sound judgments and decisions, is a trait that distinguishes my ideal person. It involves a deep understanding of people, things, events or situations, resulting in the ability to apply perceptions, judgements and actions in keeping with this understanding. It often requires control of one’s emotional reactions so that universal principles, reason and knowledge prevail to determine one’s actions. Wisdom is a trait seen in individuals like Nelson Mandela who, through his understanding and foresight, led South Africa towards a more equitable future.

In conclusion, my ideal person is a blend of resilience, compassion, wisdom, and vision. These attributes are not inherent but are cultivated through experiences, introspection, and continuous learning. The embodiment of these qualities does not signify perfection, as my ideal person is also someone who acknowledges their flaws and learns from their mistakes. The journey towards becoming an ideal person is a continuous process, a pursuit of personal growth and betterment for oneself and others.

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Green India Mission Essay: The Green India Mission is the profound mission of the Government of India. It is the eighth mission which indicates the aim of the National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC). The mission was launched in 2014 with a vision to plant more trees, improve forests, and fight climate change. Further, this mission wants to increase the forest in India from 21 percent to 22 percent of its land. It also helps India keep its promise regarding the global commitment to protect the environment. 

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Sample 1: Green India Mission Essay in 150+ words

The Green India Mission has revitalised the country’s forests. Initiated under the supervision of the Indian government, the project aims to make the nation greener and healthier. It combats climate change by planting more trees and preserving our green forests.

The Green India Mission has several important goals. The first goal is to plant trees on bare land and make existing forests denser. This helps clean our air and provides animals with a safer habitat. Secondly, the mission creates jobs for people living near forests. Growing and selling forest products like herbs and fruit helps local people earn money for a balanced livelihood.

The people engaged with the mission are busy planting millions of trees across the country. New parks are created, and streets are lined with trees under the mission. Rural areas are provided with assistance to help farmers grow trees along with crops. This method of smart farming, called agroforestry, gives farmers extra income and helps them protect their soil.

The Green India Mission also aims to teach how to take care of forests. It helps villagers prevent forest fires and the illegal cutting down of trees. By involving local communities, the mission ensures that people understand the importance of forests in their lives and for the environment.

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The government of India started ¨Green India Mission¨ in 2014 to increase the cover of forest from 21.54 percent to 33 percent of its total land area. The mission is an integral part of the National Action Plan on Climate Change and aligns with profound global efforts to save the environment, such as the Paris Agreement.  With an estimated budget of  ₹46,000 crores (approximately $6.2 billion). The mission aims to transform the landscape of India over a 10-year period.

Goals of the Green India MissionThe Green India Mission has several important goals. Let us look at what it wants to achieve:


The motive behind the Green India mission is to increase the forest cover by 5 million hectares and improve the quality of the forest cover by another 5 million hectares. Here it should be noted that for perspective, the 5 million hectares are about the size of the country of Bhutan.


The mission works to enhance the density of the existing forests. It also targets an increase from the current average of 0.5 to 0.7 tons of carbon per hectare per year.

By 2020 the mission of ¨Green India Mission¨ aimed to improve ecosystem services like carbon sequestration by 100 million tonnes annually. The aim was successful in taking away a part and making the environment more sustainable.


Yet another target of the mission is to provide direct benefits to 3 million forest-dependent households, focusing on sustainable livelihoods and the conservation of forests. Key Projects and Initiatives of the Mission

To reach the goals of Green India Mission many different projects are running successfully across the country. In many states, the mission is organizing events like massively planting trees. Thousands of people come together to plant trees in a single day to make the event and mission successful. These events not only add more trees but also teach people about the importance of forests.

Further, the mission also works with the villages to protect the nearby villages. This community-based forest management teaches the villagers how to take care of the forest and use its resources wisely. This method of protection helps the villagers as well as the forest mutually. 

Another exciting project that is running successfully under the Green India Mission is the creation of green corridors. These corridors are strips of forest that connect the larger forest areas. The implementation of the project helps the animals to survive safely between forests. 

Yet another lucrative sub-project of the Green India Mission is running successfully in the state of Uttarakhand. Here, the mission has helped in planting over 6 million trees. These newly planted trees have prevented the soil from washing away in the hilly areas and have also provided homes for many animals.

Green India Mission not only helped the trees and animals, but it has also turned the lives of people far better. The mission helps to create jobs in rural areas by providing them with work in nurseries for growing young trees. This helps them fulfill their monetary needs and helps them connect with nature.

Learning new skills like how to make products from forest materials, like basket making or preparing herbal medicine, makes them earn money while using the forest sustainably.


The Green India Mission is the foundation of the environmental strategy of the Government of India. While there are still many challenges, comparatively, there has been more significant and impressive progress. 

As per the report of India State of Forest Report, there was a successful increase in the cover of the forest by 1,540 km between 2019 to 2012. With continuous effort and participation from all sectors, especially the youth, India is on the way to achieving further more ambitious targets. Achieving these targets will certainly contribute significantly to the global climate and livelihoods as well. 

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Ans: The Green India Mission is a national initiative launched by the Government of India to change and enhance the forest cover of the country. The mission aims to increase the forest and tree cover on 5 million hectares of land. Further, the mission also aims at improving the quality of the forest, afforestation, and eco-restoration. The mission is a successful part of the National Action Plan on climate change and aims for adaptation to the climate.

Ans: The features of the Green India Mission include: – Increasing forest cover and density – Improving biodiversity conservation – Enhancing carbon sequestration – Protecting and restoring mangroves – Supporting livelihood opportunities for local communities

Ans: The government launched Green India Clean India to make the country cleaner and greener. It focuses on planting more trees and keeping cities and villages clean. People join in to pick up litter and recycle waste. The program teaches everyone about the importance of a clean environment. It creates green spaces in urban areas. The mission also works to reduce air and water pollution. It encourages the use of renewable energy sources.

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