My name is Benjamin Glossner and I’m a graduate of Templeton High School. I’ve had straight A’s all my life and don’t plan on stopping. I’ve taken Spanish in order to communicate better with those around me and in foreign countries, such as the one we plan on improving, Mexico. While it may be a tough task at our ages, with our mentors’ help, we plan on making the Junior Samaritans fly. I know I’ll be able to look back on this experience and know that I have done something to help benefit the world and some of its people.
Templeton High School
San Diego State
Cal Poly, SLO
Corinth Southward, Chico State
My name is Corinth Southward and I am a graduate of Paso Robles High School, in Paso Robles, CA. I spent several years raising and donating money to International "Clean Water" Organizations with the help of my dad. I decided that more could be accomplished if I could influence some of my friends to help out. My friend Ben and his brother Abe, along with their mentor (Mother) Jennifer, decided to join the mission of helping those in need. After a thorough search, we joined the Flying Samaritan's as our own chapter (Junior Samaritans), with our own mission of creating a family medical center in San Quintin, Mexico. With great pleasure, our Junior Samaritans founding members and board was completed with our friend Aiden and his mentor (mother) Brooke.
In addition to volunteering for multiple organizations and events, I have enjoyed wrestling and diving for my Paso Robles High School, nature, snowboarding, paint balling, traveling and binge watching Netflix on the weekend. I have been interested in charity and helping others for a long time, and now I have found a good way to do just that. I hope you will join our mission to help provide medical care to people less fortunate than ourselves.