Page ContentAs a young girl, Jennifer never really fit in. This was especially true when it came to school. Her grades were poor, and it was often a struggle just to get her to attend. Eventually, Jennifer came to Boys Town. As a Boys Town middle-schooler entering the seventh grade, Jennifer realized that she had been given a second chance, and she made the most of it. Five years later, Jennifer graduated Boys Town High School with a 3.65 GPA and was fielding scholarship offers from multiple colleges. She also managed to be elected Boys Town mayor along the way. 212968242 View Transcript AdditionalPageContentJennifer: My name is Jennifer, and I've been here for almost five years.I want to be Mayor for Boys Town because I think I'm a good role model. I think it's just a great way to give back to Boys Town, since I've been here for so long. Man: Mayor is Jen Nguyen. Let's hear it for Jen! Kim: This year, we do have one of our young ladies who's going to be on Prom Court, Jennifer. Jennifer: I am really nervous. So, one of my best friends is on the Court, too, so that's going to be interesting. Man: Jennifer Nguyen. Jennifer: I got chosen to go to Ireland to speak on the behalf of Boys Town at a conference. Scott: And so, she got to meet the President of Ireland, and the U.S. Ambassador to Ireland, and all sorts of neat opportunities. Jennifer: Ireland was probably the most exciting trip I've ever had. It was, obviously, it was a trip of a lifetime. Right now, I have many mixed emotions. I'm really excited to graduate, but I'm also sad to leave my family teachers. I'm looking forward to going to college and starting my new life. TertiaryHTMLContentJennifer's story had a happy ending. Help write another one today.