There are million different careers out there in the world for me to choose from, but finding the one perfect for me can be difficult. Joining the army is going to be the first start of my future and my career. In the army, I can get paid while working, get a scholarship, and a job all right there on a military base. I realized that it might be a little hard for me to raise up enough money to pay for college to go right away, but if I go into the military I could get a scholarship, which means the military would pay for my college on base or whatever school they have for me to go to. This would definitely be my future and basically my whole life. I have found that I can make something out of myself by making my future bright for me. Going …show more content…
In the military, I can become a marine biologist, but I would have to join the Marine corps. From what I have heard though, the Marines are tougher than the Army and they work with Submarines, which are really to use for studying fish and other ocean creatures. Marine Mammalogy is a good choice too because they are mostly the study of Mammal (Sea lions, Sharks, Dolphins, and other Mammals.) The pay is good for a Marine Biologist; Average salary; …show more content…
I going to go into the Army, to see what other jobs I can do. Even though, I am leaving my options open, I believe that there are other opportunities for me in the military. The military would also help with my respect, and honestness that is needed for my future. I believe that this will be a great choice for me to earn money to help out my family as well as show my family that I really care about my future. I want to make them proud with the career that I choose because I love them. Everybody has said to me that that my future is very bright if I make it bright. I have know seen that if I work hard, it can be bright, but if I do not try I will have a dull future and become homeless. My future holds a lot of passion, because I want a future for myself, but honestly some days I don’t care and everything starts to slack off and my future starts to go down the toilet. On good days though, I am able to save my future from going down the toilet as well as bring back up the things I slacked off
Why would I choose the Marines? It would be much easier to have joined the Navy or National Guard. But that is not what I am after. The Marine Corps presents a challenge, and that is to become a part of one of the best fighting forces on the planet.
For me to be in the National Guard I have to take a test. On that test the better I do the more jobs that are open for me. Most of that test is Math so I have to study more. Then when I get the job have to do what I need to do to get this money.
I felt, I needed to help and inspire my community to stand up against injustice, but I needed to redefined myself through the military and college. The military helped me established a foundation of ownership, which lead me in enrolling in my local community college where I was enlighten about activism and entered numerous organizations to be involved in service.
Like many people everyone grows up and needs to decide what they plan on doing for a living so they can prepare themselves usually people already know what they want to do by the time there a junior or if there really unsure then a senior. Well as for me I already have a visual of what I want to do first I want to go to the Army then try to become an ice agent or work with U.S customs or a forensic science technician. First I want to go to the Army I don’t really think going to the army is a career it seems like it could be sense many dedicate their lives to serve the country but it does pay good money so It could help me with going to college I have a strong feeling that if I do go it will be a great experience and help prepare me for my future career in law enforcement when I’m in the army I plan on going to college as well so I can study law so I can have both skill and knowledge For a career I would like to be an ice agent because it deals with customs issues or immigrations issues. Entry-level ICE agents must possess a bachelor’s degree. A master’s degree or evidence of at least one year of graduate study is also required.
In conclusion, you should always keep going until you succeed, always follow your dreams and use your negative aspects in life to motivate you, and keep your family legacies alive. “ You shoot for the stars, and if you land somewhere in between, you 're still in good shape,” stated by Dekalb Jr. which illustrates how you don 't have to accomplish your goal exactly, as long as you 're doing something that is beneficial to you, your goal has already been accomplished. The
Becoming a police officer meant that I could protect and serve my community, but becoming a Naval Officer means that I can protect and serve the entire United States. If I become a student of the United States Naval Academy, I would be fully prepared to serve my country and then when my time has been served, whether it be five years or twenty years, I would
Everything that was within reach was pulled away just before it came to fruition. I decided to look to the military for a second road to my education, and to give me the job security that I needed while I served my country and my fellow man. With a high A.S.V.A.B score I was heavily sought by representatives from every branch. After much deliberation I settled on The United States Coast Guard, as I wanted to maximize the amount that I could contribute to my country and the world with the lowest potential to do harm, as we had just entered into a new war only four years before. Becoming a rescue swimmer let me do the greatest amount of good in a troubled time.
Many Soldiers choose to build lifelong careers in the Army; I did, when I medically retired from the Army after 10yrs of service. I chose to use many valuable benefits available to me. Retiree benefits can help me pay for college with my 911 GI BILL. So, I decide to pursue my bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Colorado Christian University. The valuable military training and experience I receives during my time of service often makes getting anything done considerably easier.
There are quite plenty of people with challenging or difficult jobs, but the hardest one in my opinion would probably have to be a Marine Biologist. My uncle has a very challenging job; he works as a Marine Biologist in Cleveland, Ohio. That has to be a very challenging and difficult job because, you are basically in the middle of the ocean, and you have to be careful with all the dangerous sea animals, and all the wildlife there. A Marine Biologist is also a really hard job, because when there is a storm or something that is really bad, it’s pretty hard to control the ship.
As I am getting ready to begin my college years, my experience in America is getting richer every day. I have realized how much opportunities I have being an American citizen and living in this part of the world compared to the life i lived in Togo and I intend to make the most of it. I’m working toward my goals and one of them is to join the military. I always have the desire of serving people and I believe serving in the Military is one way to show my gratitude to my new country and its
They still continue to intrigue me. Going into high school I considered the different branches of the armed forces. I decided the Army was the best fit for me and that becoming an active duty officer will be the best path to take to make the Army a career. In my junior year of high school that plan changed slightly. When I turned seventeen I decided to enlist in the Army reserves through the split option.
Who am I I am a very hands on person that likes to figure things out for myself. I feel that traditional school does not work for everyone, because everyone is not meant to do the same thing. There are certain ways that people learn better. Putting a bunch of people in a classroom and taking notes, is definitely not my way of learning.
Joining the military was a much-needed event. Before joining the military, I would stay out late at night with my friends and I really did not know what I wanted to do next with my life. This was of course something that I needed to change because I needed to have some idea of what I wanted. On September 11, 2001 while I was at school, I arrived to my second class of the day where the teacher was watching the September 11 attacks as they were happening live on TV. I was shocked at what was happening!