Breanna Clifton keeps busy. She's still in school, majoring in education with a focus in child development—a field in which she already has a degree—but she's found time to work with kids, receive professional awards, and stay active in her community. And, of course, she's even managed to found her very own company: BEE Smart Learning, which links students with Breanna for one-on-one tutoring sessions in an extensive array of academic and career-oriented subjects.
BEE Smart Learning started as an outreach program designed to serve at-risk youth and children with disabilities. But after Breanna started tutoring a few family friends, her college classmates got wind of her teaching skills and wanted in. Breanna started tutoring them, too. The rest is history.
Though the crew at Fly Light Sport CA has logged more than 3,000 combined hours in the air, the same can't be said for the fleet?none of the young, modern aircraft flies more than 100 hours a week, ensuring the planes and their engines stay in top condition. During license classes and quick discovery flights along the California coastline, aspiring pilots take the reins of a Remos GX, one of the most advanced planes in the industry. Constructed from a kevlar-carbon fiber, these German-designed, factory-built aircraft boast foldable wings, a safety rocket parachute, the ability to fly without doors, and a high-tech interface?all state-of-the-art features that help pilots feel as if they're flying a modern version of the future's docile cyber-pigeons.
Though the goal of golf is to keep scores low, David Stephens? golf r?sum? is chock full of big numbers. As a player, David won more than 100 tournaments. As an instructor, he?s conducted more than 50,000 lessons over the span of more than 27 years. All that experience has helped David formulate his own philosophy: fundamentals are the pillars of a dependable golfing game. He shares that wisdom with his students during lessons, recognizing along the way that every golfer has a unique swing. Of course, David helps them master the physical aspects of that swing. But, he also guides students through golf?s always-present mental challenges, such as when a caddy becomes entranced by the inner workings of a ball washer.