Caleb Durland

About Me

About Me

Caleb's self portrait

All my life I have had a positive outlook on things. I have always seen the best in tough situations and have been able to fight through tough times because of it. I like to see the good in everyone I meet and see the good that come out of every situation. Whether I win or lose, there is always something that I can take away from it.

I attended Centralia High School in Centralia, Kansas where I found my love for designing in my media tech class during my senior year. I participated in a variety of different activities during high school. I went out for many sports such as football, baseball, basketball, track & field, and scholars bowl. I also played in the pep band and was in choir. Outside of school, I participated in 4-H for 12 years. In 4-H I attended several different leadership events as well as state events that focused on team work skills. I was the Vice President for the Red Rustlers 4-H Club and the Nemaha County 4-H Council. All hard work paid off when I finally received the National 4-H Key Award. It was a goal that I always had as a kid when I was in 4-H.

Now I am attending Johnson County Community College to get an Associate’s Degree in Web Development and Digital Media. I am expected to graduate in May of 2020. I am an aspiring digital creator that works well in a creative and innovative setting. I am skilled at working in teams and being able to lead a group of people to stay on task and finish a project. My friends would describe me as a friendly and funny guy who really cares about his surrounding peers.