Becoming an NHS member recognizes my scholastic achievements but, just as important, it gives me the opportunity to continue expanding my leadership skills, strengthening my character for future challenges; all while simultaneously being of service to my community and my school. I am committed to working hard using my skills and talents to make a positive change in the world. Membership in the National Honor Society gives me the unique opportunity to interact with other like-minded students who will develop into the future leaders of society. When I first became aware
To keep active in that sport and continue to participate follow the sport management career in that sport. You will have a head start because you’ve played it, love it, and can still grow in the sport. You have to love it because sometimes it doesn’t pay that well. Interviewer: What are the top two or three tasks that you have to perform daily? Respondent: Making sure the coaches whose teams are participating currently have everything they need.
Nothing is ever given to you in life and if you want to achieve your goals, you must challenge yourself past your limits. While running is an individual sport, the team is so important to becoming a better athlete and person. The team challenges you to be your best and has become the biggest competitor for me. My teammates inspire me to work harder and push me to run faster in every meet and practice. This type of competition is positive because I want my teammates to succeed and they want to see me accomplish my goals.
It’s this immersion into various sporting activities that has led me to the understanding that engaging in athletics has a very positive impact in our lives. Additionally, sports are extremely important in building one’s character through hard work, learning to work with others on a team and by learning how to cope with the joy of winning and the inevitability of losing. One thing to know about any sport is that there is no free ride. You earn recognition, all your playing time, and a starting position through hard work. I grew up playing all kinds of different
National Junior Honors Society As an individual i have a lot of good qualities, like being a leader and helping people when they need it or standing up for what i know is right. I have a lot of good qualities and I think that my good qualities should be spread throughout my school and community. I am fond of being a leader. I do Cheer and Volleyball because I like to lead my team and show them how being confident in what you’re doing can make you strive for greatness.I am a leader on the court and off the court as well. I believe that if you lead your peers and show them the path they need to take, then they will too follow in your footsteps and look up to you as a role model.
Our trip to the UW-Madison campus and the Kohl Center was very beneficial to me. I have always wanted to be a student at UW-Madison and have always been a big fan of the sports teams. So getting to see an inside look at things was pretty special for me. Also, we got to meet some awesome people that gave me some inspiration for my goals. I think one of the things I learned/realized the most the crazy hours that are put in by upper-level coaches.
Reading this book has helped put in perspective the amount of time, dedication, and skill it takes to work in the world of collegiate coaching. By skill, I don’t just mean sport knowledge/ability, I more so and talking about the people skills, leadership ability, and managerial experience it takes to build and run a team like Coach Wooden did. Many of the lessons and rules his father instilled in Coach Wooden from such a young age are so important and can be easily forgotten when in the heat of the moment or in a tough situation. Those same rules are the ones I plan to print out and use as inspiration to help me remember the things I found important throughout the
Athletic Trainer Athletic trainer is the best career for me because it will bring me personal joy, financial stability, and opportunities to help others. First, a career in athletic training it would bring me great personal satisfaction. Ever since I was in elementary school, I have been the type of person who becomes concerned for my friends’ health . I always feel that I can in some way make their lives better. This is exactly the type of work that a athletic trainer does on a daily basis.
While on the track team it kept my physically fit, it gave me motivation to pass my classes and made me determined to beat my time over and over again. On the track team we share similar goals in the track and field community. There are a lot of goals too set when you’re on the track team. I and my team all have personal records that we set after a race and when it’s time for the next race we set a goal to beat the last record. We also have the same goal of reaching the state and city championships.
We needed a leader to step up and score a goal or get an assist for that goal. The value of leadership is a great value to learn because it makes not only you a good player but it makes your teammates play better too. This value contributes to my game because whenever the team is down I always try to pick them up and be a leader by showing dedication and having skill towards my
This career will be very rewarding for me because i 'll be one on one with someone helping them get back on their feet of watching them get back to continuing on to playing their sport continue doing their daily activities. I don 't really know what sparked my interested in this career but I think it’s the fact that i’ve been to the physical therapist and I love how they helped me, they were really nice. I think it just fascinated me how I did all those exercises that really helped me. The things that I am doing to help me reach my goal in this career is continuing with high school and graduating then going off to college to pursue this career
I am so thankful for the opportunities I have had in Westfield, so proud to be a Shamrock, and so determined to pay it forward to help younger student athletes in our community. I never thought that running thousands of miles over four years through the same town would mean so much to me. As I reflect on all the moments spent doing what I love, the relationships I have formed stand out most to me. Running has given me my best friends, and my best friends have helped me learn what it means to work hard, to overcome adversity, and to keep a positive attitude. They showed me what it takes to to be an effective leader and captain.