Samantha Win Sends Message to Unreasonable Kids College's Scholars Advance Participants
Video Message Shared with Kid Scholars Says that "Effort is All"
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - March 23, 2021 - PRLog -- Ontario-born athlete and actress Samantha Win (formerly Samantha Jo) shares an inspirational video message with the participants of Unreasonable Kids College's Scholars Advance Program. The Scholars Advance program focuses on UN SDG Goal #4: Quality Education to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education to help students living in low socio-economic communities master reading and math.
Ms. Win shares her experiences with the Scholars Advance participants to motivate their education pursuit. Ms. Win describes her pursuit of goals, as a double Gold-medalist in the 2006 and 2008 Pan-American Wushu Championships, Bronze medalist in the 2007 World Wushu Championships and competed in the 2008 Olympic Wushu Event in Beijing as part of Team Canada. After her Olympic feat she got her first introduction into the Hollywood entertainment industry. By age 18 and with a filmography that already included "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World", "Sucker Punch", "300: Rise of an Empire", Samantha moved to Los Angeles to further pursue her acting career. It is here that landed her the breakout role of "Kitana" in the Mortal Kombat: Legacy web-series as well as "Car-vex" in the superhero blockbuster:
Win's inspirational video message helps scholars understand that "everyone's starting point is not the same, and everyone's journey is not the same." Win continues, "I'm rooting for you, the world is rooting for you. Please keep going. I believe in you."
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Unreasonable Kids College:
Unreasonable Kids/Unreasonable Kids College a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, social entrepreneurial educational program training the next generation of Kid- Superheroes. Unreasonable Kids see opportunities where adults see problems. The goal is to create opportunities for kids to tackle poverty, the environment, and others set by the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Unreasonable Kids creates a safe, peer-to-peer, coach-led environment to facilitate and inspire world changers as they learn how to release their fight for good. For all the latest activities, follow us on Facebook at BuildingKidSuperheroes or visit: www.unreasonablekidscollege.org.
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