I hope to leave a long lasting impact on my community. The pressure of first generation children of immigrants isn 't easy but that 's why ill continue to work hard to prove all my mothers sacrifices being worth it. I want to make sure kids live in no fear of loosing their parents
It came so easy to me because I loved knowing someone was looking up to me or wanted to be just like me. Before I came to college, my mom brought up the idea of becoming a teacher. My reaction to that idea was always the same "no thanks." In life I have a problem always putting my wants before my needs. I wanted to make a lot of money, I wanted to be on my feet and I wanted to live a better lifestyle than what I thought a teacher did just based on their income.
Not necessarily for college applications, but moreover on the experience that I will gain by being a member. In fact, the opportunities such as giving back to the school and the community will surely hold more value than it would in my college applications. In addition, if I do get accepted, I will surely not be the first to write that I was an NHS member, so would it really make much of a difference? I believe I will be a great contribution for the National Honor Society. Growing up in an unfortunate family, I have learned to take my education seriously and apply for organizations to serve as an inspiration.
By getting accepted as a Coolidge I will have the mentoring experience that I have always wished for. I will also get to become an impregnable leader through the training program. This is important because to improve a community one has to be an exemplary leader first. Furthermore, I would love to become a greater leader because currently in my generation, regrettably, only one member has gone to college. My parents unfortunately did not even get a full elementary education because of this I see on a daily basis how a life without proper education is like.
I am the best candidate for this scholarship because I have experienced a hard and unwanted event, but I have grown from it and become a better and stronger person because of my parents, which will help me power through college and become a civil lawyer. My mom and dad although divorced, have supported me through every event in my life, making me the person I am today. Living with my mom, I have learned how hard it really is to do things that my dad would have done in a heartbeat. As I grew up knowing that my dad was not coming back through the back door as I hoped, I learned how hard life really is and how life is not fair. I never believed that my mom and dad had gotten a divorce, mainly I just thought it was a nightmare.
She feels that she is in control of her identity and she have a say so. I agree with the Dreamer act because like I said before, when people immigrate to the United States, most of the time their looking for a better life so they can live the life they have been dreaming for, for all their lives. That is what I feel like the Dreamers Act is doing for a lot of people. The dreamers act is also giving thousands of people the opportunity to have a successful career and not live the life that their parents had to live. I also think that this is a good idea because to proceed with this act, it requires you to have an education and to me an education
I guess it did but I mean the problem, the reason everybody makes college such a big deal it's not a big deal it's just furthering your education so that you are proving to somebody that you did something more than other people. So if you're going to go to a job search, I mean bottom line is you have to work no matter what for the rest of your life. You just do. Eiither you're a single mom stay at home mom, whatever you know you could be the man that you could be the person that made $60,000 $200,000 you have to work to live and some facet. It doesn't matter what you do.
The way my mom raised me has made me the person I am today, so if I were to say she didn't impact my life I would be lying. The work values she instilled in me made me the hard worker I am, from my first job ever to all the hard work I am putting into my education now. I thank her so much for this because if I didn't have that in me I don't know where I would be today. She also raised me with a strong faith in
Since this time in life, I made it a goal to help not only my family but others in need out too. For I know what it is like to have absolutely nothing. In order for myself to achieve this goal in life, I would love to continue my education and graduate from college to get a great job. I know it would take a lot of studying, but I know that it will all pay off in the end. I want to be able to make a change in this world; even if it means starting off with something small.
Both of my parents, especially my father always expressed to me the importance my education, for my future. He always told me to never depend on anyone, to work hard for myself and with a diploma I could achieve lots of success. I have always admired my dad and could say he is my biggest super hero. My father is the best example in my life, and he has proven to me that anything is possible when you want to accomplish great success, with hard work and determination. I really look up to my dad because with his intelligence and