I have always held myself to a high academic and moral standard, therefore I believe joining a fraternity will be an amazing and helpful experience. Knowing that I will be surrounded by other passionate young men driven to succeed and filled with the volunteer spirit gives me great confidence. Something that excites me very much about the University of Tennessee is the diversity. I believe that inclusion of everyone is a key virtue of the volunteer spirit. The only way to grow and prosper is to accept everyone as they are and work together to reach your common goal.
Another reason why college education is important to me is because it opens a whole new world of opportunities and experiences in life, I want to leave myself with many options when it comes to life choices. Accordingly, knowledge is highly important to me and getting a college education is an excellent place to start to obtain the knowledge of the world. Being a role model to a young child is undoubtedly a full-time job. My son looks up to me and I want to make him proud in everything that I do. I want him to look at me and say “if my mom can do it, so can I!” My son has always been my number one motivator in everything in life, including college.
Praise is to our Heavenly Father for His boundless love and care that have brought us together tonight. We are very proud of being part of Rongotai College. It is a place where we have many opportunities to excel in any field of learning. We learn from each other, and are enriched by all our different cultural backgrounds. Tonight we dedicate our performance to our principal Mr Carter and the Rongotai College staff for helping us through our journeys.
An extracurricular activity I have the honor of being a part of is Upward Bound. A TRIO organization that prepared me for college and opened up many doors for me. I am grateful to be a part of Upward Bound because it has offered me resources like tutors, having sessions to review for ACT tests, and the opportunity to build community with my fellow students. Additionally, I have received help researching scholarships, researching colleges that are the best fit for me and visiting colleges as well as support and aid regarding my applications. Upward Bound has been a fantastic experience that I have had the honor to be a part of.
I excel at working effectively with over 40 stakeholders from different backgrounds and implementing a variety of strategies and projects that always deliver measurable outcomes. My record of achievements is exemplary, such as my success in developing and implementing two health promotion projects – Sun Smart Campaign and Care for Men Campaign in collaboration with other Island Health’s program areas and community partners. This year I became certified in Lean Six Sigma (Green Belt) and as a Lean Management Professional. Lean Six Sigma, a proven strategic tool for process and quality improvement, complements well with my project management
In my first participatory classroom assignment, I assigned myself two overarching goals to complete this semester. These goals, based on attendance and classroom participation, were accomplished to the best of my ability. My second participatory classroom assignment is a detailed analysis of this and the extent of my learning in Joe’s class. After assessing my completion of my previously stated goals and depth of learning, I believe that I have earned an A/A- as my participation mark. This mark takes into account my overall successes and shortcomings in achieving my goals for this semester.
Attending college will show my dad that his hard work is going to pay off and know that I succeeded because he was there since day one. Another person who has influenced me to go to college is my AVID (Advanced Via Individual Determination) teacher, that since junior year of high school, has been there through SAT/ACT testing, in my college application process. She has been someone to motivate more to attend college because she sees potential in every single student, no matter what circumstance they are in. Going to The University of Texas at Arlington would be a form of payment to her for dedicating her time and
I want to go become a student at West Chester because I love the student life. After staying, three days with a friend a West Chester campus I felt like West Chester was he school for me. Not to mention, West Chester was not too far from where I lived, and I discovered that the tuition was affordable.Furthermore, at West Chester University I hope to continue to grow professionally and personally, and hope to achieve a Bachelor 's degree in Science to help others across the
I would like to share my knowledge to help empower children and adults who may need it most. A degree at the UTHSC would give me the credentials to excel in my profession and educate others on the importance of preventative care. I have been interested in attending the UTHSC since my freshman year in high school. My dentist and dental hygienist attended this university and informed me on the great academics, helpful faculty and hands on experience that the UTHSC provides. I know if I am accepted into UTHSC, I will bring the passion and motivation that it takes to learn and to succeed in this prestigious program.
To assure it is sustainable, we have trademarked the project, worked with community leaders in Charlotte for funding, construction assistance and shipping. While ContainIt continues to help others, it has left an indelible mark on each of us involved. Not only is ContainIt transforming the community of Pine Ride, but it has opened the hearts and minds of students, who are now committed to participating in positive and lasting change for a lifetime. I enter college more confident in my abilities and look forward to Appalachian State University to afford me unique opportunities to continue discover how my talents and interests may intersect with service to others. I look forward to the opportunity to be an active member of a University that embraces the same mind and spirit of Covenant Day, a community that fosters academics and conscience.