I am a rising junior who wants to study Psychology and pursue a career in the mental health field. I really want to get into an Ivy League. My current quandary is regarding extracurriculars: I read Allen Cheng's article about getting into Harvard and finding your spike to appeal to collage admissions workers. I don't want to reveal any private information but let's just say I am extremely accomplished in poetry in the regional, state, national, and international levels. I am also heavily involved in my school newspaper. Before I knew about the "spike" thing I also got an internship at the local science museum and was invited to join a somewhat prestigious local teen science society.
Also, most of my community service pertains to science. I am also currently doing a science project related to mental health that I am confident will make it to the state level. At school, I am heavily emerged in writing, but in the community it is split between science and writing. What should I do? Should I get out of the internship and shadow a Psychologist? Should I stop my current volunteering and start volunteering at my local library?