The Key to Success

Making your mark on the world can be a challenge but Olivia Karaboja found her calling through community service. Karaboja’s parents came to the United States after the fall of the last communist European nation of Albania. With luck on their side, they were chosen to immigrate  to the United States in hope to start a new life for their children.

Karaboja started her education at a private school. With her desires to share and promote positive activities, she found that in such a small scale school, that it was harder to find her place.

“I always wanted to be a part of my community and help others out,” Karaboja said.

During her freshman year of high school, Karaboja joined Key Club, which is an organization that puts together major community service projects. Two years later Karaboja is now the president of Key Club at her school, Bloomington South. Karaboja  has done many community service projects through Key Club, including Habitat for Humanity projects in Indianapolis and making blankets for the homeless.

“Being in Key Club has really changed my perspective on life and has made me a more responsible and aware person, “ Karaboja said.

Karaboja found her passion through community service and knowing that she is making a difference in her community and the world around her.

Olivia Karaboja smiles proudly wearing her Key Club shirt. Karaboja has been apart of Key Club since her freshmen year. She plans on being a part of it through the rest of high school.