This program has made my transition into the role of a law student seamless. As an alumna, I plan to contribute my time and talents to the future success of the program and MSP students. In summary, the program made my first semester of law school challenging and rewarding
The presentations provided me a great learning experience for me to teach and share what I know in a classroom setting while getting feedback. I felt more at ease with my second workshop in regards to the transition process/pathway to graduate school, as I was sharing my personal experience mixed with that of the facts and figures that I had research to give students a clear understanding of the process. With my future goals of becoming an advisor at a Community College for a first year experience (FYE) program, I am glad to put on my resume that I have started to gain experience teaching, as teaching a college prep course are the duties of advisors in FYE
As a member of the TRiO program at Polk State College in Lakeland, FL, I have been encouraged students to keep with the education in college and help them with their assignments. When I saw a student having troubles with a topic in mathematic or chemistry, I address to the student(s), and I offer them a help or any advice that they could need. Constantly, I was working to improve my communicate skills to give a friendly, clear and professional information of the program or any other topic related to the education system at Polk State College. Usually, I took the initiative to talk with the student(s) about the multiples opportunist and helps that exist in the program, such as personal tutor, support in class with his/her assignments, and a
The daughter’s name is Kaylee, she moves on to college and she starts experimenting new things since she left home. She started drinking and going to parties, the mother is concern about her daughter’s well being and she feels like she has make an attempt on making her realize how her decisions could negatively affect her. I decided to write a letter because I felt that a letter can be informative and it could impact the reader not only emotionally, but logically because of how the information was formatted. Throughout the letter,
It has been been a goal of mine to attend the United States Naval Academy after visiting Annapolis with my grandparents in 2012. Since visiting the Naval Academy I knew that I wanted to serve America with the utmost honor and integrity. The Naval Academy Summer Seminar would give me the ability to hone my leadership skills and give me valuable experience that I could use as a Navy Midshipman and throughout life. This summer experience is an opportunity of a lifetime because it will allow me to understand and benefit from the mental and physical challenges the academy provides. Challenging myself at the Naval Academy Summer Seminar would be greatly beneficial for me because I will have the confidence and skills to make decisions
When I first started this course, I didn’t really know what to expect. I knew it would educate me on the matters of choosing a career and post-secondary life but I never realized how in-depth it would be. In the end, I learned so much from this course, I now have a post-secondary plan in mind, and I know which path I need to take to get there. When I look back on all I achieved in the two short weeks of this course, I am extremely proud of all I achieved.
I am writing this in hopes that this will serve as a testimony on Samantha Rowe’s behalf. I am hopeful that this will be considered as an adequate testimony in lieu of me being present. I have had the pleasure of knowing Samantha for three months, and I consider her a great person who places value on integrity and honesty. I also place emphasis on these values, and as a future school counselor, I desire to help people reach their maximum potential. As such, I am writing this not only to protect Samantha, but also in hopes of aiding _____ in receiving the help that she needs in order to succeed in her personal life.
The self-assessment tests we had to take at the beginning of the semester reassured me that I was on the right path academically and career wise. I learned my interest areas are investigative and conventional match with my accounting career choice. My work values of achievement and relationships
The instructor noted and verbalized his limitations, to employment, as fluctuations in daily work levels, poor physical stamina (sedentary work only), and negative attitude. He was able to follow instructions and he remained on task. He produced good quality work and he seemed
From this class I learned that social work is the route I want to take in life. I loved the lesson we learned on how to not take the day home and to leave it in a tree and pick it up on the way back to work. I definitely will be using that one. This class has made me feel useful and I feel that because of it, I will be able to help others in the near
Knowing my administrative skills would be even more developed in an environment where I would constantly be learning helped me make my final decision. Within the first few weeks of classes beginning, I knew that I had made the right decision. I was enthralled by the law and its all-encompassing nature. I loved reading cases and
It’s wonderful to grab lunch or dinner with her, and just update someone on my life, knowing that they really care about what I have to say.” Fratt’s time at CC has been enhanced by WES, a group that has given her both friendship and opportunities she may not have had otherwise. Through WES’s continuous encouragement and the intensive environment at CC, Fratt has taken away the ability to balance her life, take initiative, and work well alone and with others. Fratt is capable of acting independently in her academic and personal life while always maintaining the highest level of performance, preparing her for whatever may come her
This semester at COSTAATT was one of the hardest I ever experience thus far, but I must admit that it was also one of those that encouraged me to really come out of my comfort zone and work harder than ever before. Leadership and Ethics opened my eyes to what leadership really means, I learned that people aren’t necessarily born leaders, that leadership (more importantly, good leadership) can be learned, practiced, and mastered. I also learned that I can be my biggest roadblock to my own success as well as the biggest positive influence. It do not matter the rank, position or status, anyone can lead anyone else. In this course I became more introspective about my current leadership roles and the tweaks I could make to communicate more effectively and be a “better” leader