He competed with the traveling wrestling team his entire career as a Wartburg Knight. Voss majored in teaching and worked for his teaching degree, Voss said, “That 's what I really wanted to do for my job” (Voss). After graduating he found his first job at Monticello High School.
Chaffee is the owner and head Orthodontist at Riverstone Orthodontist down in Riverstone in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. He has a team of seven hardworking orthodontist assistants, where two of his employees has job shadowed him in the past from Post Falls High School and Lake City High School. Dr. Chaffee grew up in Houston, Texas. He received his undergraduate degree at Texas A&M University, and went to dental school at the University of Texas in Houston. He finished his one year general practice residency and practiced general dentistry for four years in the U.S. Air Force.
It is an unfortunate recourse of warfare. Introduction I am currently an Anti-Armor Platoon Sergeant in Dealer Company 1-506th Infantry Regiment “CURRAHEE”. I joined the Army in August of 2001, and have served this great nation for almost 14 years in a wide assortment duty positions. I began my career in 2nd Infantry Division Long Range Surveillance Detachment as a Scout Observer. My next duty assignment was the 101st Pathfinder Company, 6-101 Aviation Regiment, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault).
Anthony Mize Jr. is currently the Assistant Director for Diversity and Inclusion at Queens University of Charlotte. He received his Bachelors of Science degree in Communications with a concentration in Integrated Marketing Communications and a minor in Music from The Tennessee State University and is currently a graduate student at Northeastern University working on his Masters of Education degree in Higher Education Administration. Mr. Mize’s undergrad background consisted of up to 13 different student clubs and organizations where he held multiple leadership roles. As a student, he also gained early professional experience from being involved in students affairs/activities and residence life. He is the founder of a male empowerment project
I’m currently taking a welding class in High School and I have already achieved a couple of certs. This year i’m entering the TSA competition hoping to win district and maybe even be a state champion. The reasons why I would like to attend Tulsa Welding School is to further my education on welding and it’s also a small sized school located close to home. Tulsa Welding School is only specific for welding and pipefitting and doesn’t have other courses, so you can focus only on what you are really there for. The welding program only takes 7 months to complete, where in other schools it would take about 2 years.
These courses allowed me to be taught by actual Welding instructors, who have years of experience working in the trade of welding. Per El Camino College, welding courses included to get an Associate’s Degree are Introduction to Welding, Basic Welding Technology, Technical Mathematics, and Machine Tool Technology (Certificates).Professionals interested in becoming a Welding instructor typically receive education at community colleges, vocational schools and other private training schools. Welding instructors normally work several years in the industry to gain specialized experience before becoming
Lawless have choose to share his knowledge to students who want to accomplish in life. He remained at the Northern University Medical School for 16 Years. He teaches the student at the school for 16 years as said and taught dermatology and syphilology, during those times he also help construct the medical school 's first Clinic. He had made an impact at Chicago by creating the most respected and largest dermatology clinics in the African American Community. During his work Mr. Lawless have provided scholarship for mostly black students and also have sponsored some of his student or committed African medical students who wanted to attend to medical schools.
One in fine arts, and the other in Art Education. He initially started as a painting artist and evolved into photography as his choice for art. His first book, Indian Baskets of the Northwest was published just 3 years later. He has since then published more than 65 books. He also has a documentary series titled Travels to the Edge, with Art Wolfe in his portfolio that won the 2007 Programming Excellence Award.
I was an Infantry Medic with the 101st Airborne Division out of Fort Cambbell. After 2 tours in Afghanistan, I was medically retired with a few injuries. I taught myself graphic illustration as a means of theraphy and started creating digital art. After a request for a custom stormtrooper cardback, this hobby took off. I never forget my brothers and sisters that paid the ultimate sacrifice and those whose quality of life has been changed just like mine.
In my senior year at UC Davis, I worked part-time at the Academy of 21st Century Learning. My responsibilities included tutoring K-12 children, designing and teaching academic camps, and building the Kairos program. During the school year, I worked at the Academy for about 15 hours each week, along with the off hours I put into designing camps and working on the Kairos curriculum. Through my time here, I worked to develop close relationships with my students, a competence which will help me to become a better physician. Additionally, because the Academy functioned as a team in designing and implementing a solid goal plan for each student, I am prepared to apply the skills I have learned to working in a medical
Last summer, I volunteered as a Youth Teaching Assistant at the National Smithsonian where I taught about twenty kids from around the world how to make their own pinhole cameras and develop their photos in the darkroom. Although it was a temporary and unpaid position, in many ways I consider this to be my first real job. I had to fill out an application, be interviewed over the phone, and attend a training session. During the week long class, I got up early every morning to begin my commute by metro to DC. When I got to the museum, I had to sign in and prepare for the kids to arrive.
I have worked hard my entire life to get good grades, and have found ways to balance my academic and personal life. I have a job, am in 5 clubs, have over 200 logged volunteer hours, and have taken 8 AP classes. I am a member of the Stony Point High School Unarmed Drill Team. I have held a leadership position in my high school for all 4 years. In 9th-12th grades, I was Treasurer for the Robotics Team, where I also documented the process of designing, building, and testing the robot.
Figurative painter Ricardo Casal and his proteges will launch an exhibition on Friday at the Bophana Center with 14 Norman Rockwell-style depictions of the Kingdom. Titled Crossed Views on Cambodia, the exhibition will feature work by Casal done during his time in the Kingdom along with the paintings by seven Royal University of Fine Art students mentored by the French artist. The style is relentlessly figurative – each painting has a photographic quality that aims to represent people and landscapes as realistically as possible. Subjects include a provincial police chief with a subordinate, a vendor at Kep’s crab market, kickboxing champion Chan Ratana, and a cornucopia of local fruits. Particular attention is paid to facial expressions,
This is to certify I have witnessed how the medical condition of SFC David Child has been deteriorating on the past 4 years. I known SFC David Child since 2011, when I was assigned as First Sergeant for the Puerto Rico National Guard Language Center (PRNG LC) at Fort Allen, Juana Diaz. At that time, SFC Child was assigned as Drill Sergeant for initial level entry Soldiers. SFC Child was responsible for the training and welfare of new recruits assigned to PRNG LC. Among his duties was to supervise and conduct physical readiness training (PRT), drill and ceremonies, and teach common military skills to new recruits.
Participants are required to obtain a minimum of ninety hours in a healthcare environment. I spent numerous hours wrapping, stretching, and icing athletes before and after practices and games under the supervision of the school athletic trainer. Before the end of my first year in the program, I was encouraged to apply to be a volunteer at the Baton Rouge General Hospital. That summer, I worked for a few hours every Wednesday in the oncology department. Even though the job merely entailed answering phone calls and bringing ice water to patients, I thoroughly enjoyed what I was doing.