Daniel Bryant, a full-time college student at the University of Houston, serves as a teacher and clinic coordinator at St. Pius Catholic School in Pasadena full-time. Despite his busy schedule, he continues to find the time to donate over 2,500 hours of volunteer work for the American Red Cross. Daniel has a personal goal to help educate children about water safety.
Daniel's desire to educate children about water safety motivated him to implement a first aid program into the curriculum at St. Pius. The program, First Aid for Children Today (F.A.C.T.), teaches the children about water safety and includes a section on CPR. F.A.C.T. is a comprehensive health and safety program for kids in kindergarten through third grade.
In addition to his work with F.A.C.T, he is also a committed instructor in the Learn to Swim program for the American Red Cross. He is a certified Lifeguard Instructor Trainer (LGIT) and is currently working towards receiving certification as a Water Safety Instructor Trainer and CPR & First Aid Instructor Trainer. Daniel is actively involved in recruiting and training new volunteers.
Through Daniel's work, others are being educated on safety issues. Daniel has a real love for people and a sincere desire to educate children. Because of Daniel, accidents have been prevented and lives have been saved.