Furthermore, I am now inspired to help my fellow students and veterans to find a direction in their education. Every time I meet a fellow veteran, a deep connection forms. The comradery of the military, allows us to share stories of our service and the struggles to reintegrate back into society. These moments of sharing with others, has helped me and them realize that we are not alone. On the same hand, the community at Front Range has helped me to realize that I am not alone as well.
I have been shown how to work with others, how to put my pride aside, how to lead as well as follow, when to speak and when to listen, the importance of open communication, pay attention to detail, and to many other skills too comfortably list. What I want to do with my life is to teach. Mr. Gilreath and his band had such a positive impact on my life. I aspire to be what he was to me and the rest of his students, a fatherly figure who we could openly talk to and help us through our lives. Mr. Gilreath created a family for us band geeks and we loved being able to make music with a man that truly cared about us and what we did with our music.
As a co-leader for the Greater Bethesda AMSA chapter, I work to support the professional goals of the NIH post-baccalaureate fellows through hosting panel discussions, group meetings regarding the professional school application process, and organizing mock interviews. In addition, I organize community and volunteer opportunities such as Kids Enjoy Exercise Now. It is fulfilling to witness students gain valuable knowledge and support while navigating through the application process. Working as an officer for AMSA has taught me the value of being a co-leader, that is working with other leaders to achieve a common goal and how to plan events based on the needs of the student community.
“Our community could use a little more love, kindness, and respect, which are the values that respect club contends,” Greer continued, “With influential figures like Kirby and James leading the new club, Florence is on its way to supporting a culture of coexistence.” Zach Henderson shares this point of view explaining, “I joined because I would like to help make a difference in how people treat one another and help people learn to be thoughtful.” Respect Club promotes the belief that proactive and preventative efforts in school communities can create a tolerant climate free of harassment. Stay tuned for upcoming projects and opportunities to get
Getting great grades sets you on the path to a great big world of opportunities. On the other hand, service, character and leadership help separate the stellar, from the great in the final determination. The National Honors Society is an organization looking to recruit all the stellar students, and these kids are the ones who improve the schools and communities of this nation. Kids with character help keep kindness flowing around the world. Along with character, kids that volunteer and provide service for their communities help improve the lives for everyone around them.
I want to become a member of National Honor Society because it will help me enhance my leadership skills, along with other important character qualities such as academic achievement, serving others, and developing my character traits. Becoming a part of National Honor Society will give me opportunities to help and learn more about others. I enjoy volunteering in my free time since it is a way of me giving back to my community, getting to meet new people, and gain more experience. If selected, I will help give back to my community by committing my time to volunteering and fundraising for non-profit organization.
Inspirational characters incite the desire to fulfill other lives of prosperity. Commonly, the passion the advisor radiates enables the student to absorb such connection. This assertion creates the instance "when his work is done [and] this aim fulfilled”, which produces a new, miniature model of the original leader. Similarly, the responsibility of assisting members of a class or group fulfills the aim because it additionally completes the work or duty. In every band, a director fills a position of authority, from the moment the baton conducts the ensemble until the dismissal of rehearsal.
This motivates me to make the world a better place. This experience makes me the caring, compassionate, helpful person I am today. I am the student representative on the quality of life committee so I can have a say in how to better the lives of the community. I am Vice President of the senior class because I want everyone’s opinions to be heard and acknowledged. I am Treasurer of the National Honor Society because I want to organize a service project and buy supplies for schools on the neighboring islands of Ebeye and Gugegue.
My experiences helping immigrant’s students was very rewarding for me because I could connect with the students and understand what they were going through. I will definitely continue to help as a peer tutor for next semester and I will recommend some of my friends to volunteer there too. Also I hope that my contributions to them, helped them achieve their goals and to be
I believe that not only will I be receiving a wonderful education and experience from Whitewater, but also that I will provide a lot to Whitewater in return. I would love to get involved in the tutoring, intramural sports, starting new organizations, and sharing new ideas that could enrich the community, such as the water bottle bubblers I heard about on my tour. I think it would be amazing to become a Warhawk, to attend the football games in white and purple, to meet new people, to get involved in sports and clubs, to generate ideas to help improve the school, and most of all to be a part of an excellent college where I can receive and incredible education while helping others get one