A major way that I have challenged myself is doing boy scouts. I am at the current rank of a Life Scout and only need to complete my eagle project to become an eagle scout. I have been in boy scouts since I was eight years of age and it has been a benefit to my life. Scouting has shaped me into a more responsible young man, teaching me many valuable skills and attributes. One of these skills is mental discipline, not giving up, to be able to finish things that I start.
The transition from childhood to adulthood occurs when an individual is able to recognize the impact he or she can leave upon their community, gaining life skills doing so. An accomplishment that marked my transition from childhood to adulthood, would be best demonstrated by the process and completion of a leadership responsibility when I performed my Eagle Scout Project. I joined the scouting program when I was very young, and have been very active since ever. Becoming an Eagle Scout has many challenges that a young Boy Scout must undertake, including the completion of a community-based project, which is an important step in obtaining this notable rank. The Eagle Scout Project is designed for the scout to learn different leadership responsibilities.
This career is very important so entire species of animals are not wiped out, by careless people poaching and killing way too many animals. It is also critical that game wardens keep people from being terrible to the environment by leaving trash and other such things out in the environment. Game wardens are and have been for many years the protectors and enforcers of the wild game and habitat of the country to keep many people, accountable and safe. To fully understand the need for a game warden, one has to look at the history of this career. Back before the 19th century before the United States government passed laws and set aside national parks and national reserves for wildlife and their safety (Careers in Focus 61-62).
My dad was the Assistant Chief of Operations and was in charge of emergencies and ensuring the safety of emergency responders and civilians. His job was one of importance and he always made sure to give his very best. Seeing my father wake up every day and give his all to everything he
FBI SPEICAL AGENT Today’s topic of discussion will be about the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI). The reason this topic was picked because I wanted to learned more about what a FBI Agent is and what they do on an average day. Topics that will be discussed to you is what is a FBI Special Agent, how you become one and what is the good the bad and the whole outlook of their type of work and the dangers that they encounter each day. First, we will start by talking about what is a FBI agent / Special Agent, according, to a book called “FBI Careers” the ultimate guide to landing a job as one of America 's Finest that was published in 2010. States that in the early 1900’s, 1908 to be exact is when the FBI was founded, when Attorney General
Columbus like many that have gone before us are examples of the Character, Presence, and Intellect ADP 6-22 (2012), that we should all strive for and will more times than not strengthen your leadership qualities. I only hope that I can inspire soldiers that follow me to have the same fortitude to use their minds and defend their thoughts even when they are the minority. If I can leave that as my legacy then I did something right, leaving them with a strong base for which to build
Before Ned went to boot camp, he had a ceremony done for him called the Blessingway which gives him strength and safety. My example for this is, "You know what it's like to feel the beauty of the sunrise touching and giving you strength as the corn pollen is sprinkled on the earth into crosses where you kneel" (pg. 54). This example connects to my theme because the Blessingway is a ceremony that has to do with Navajo culture. It gives Ned strength and
Just as an everyday hero should, he understands the value of brotherhood. It is this perseverance that makes Mark a true hero. The years following the incident met Donaldson with glory from the masses, yet Mark still chose humility over pretention. To this day Mark continues to live with the same courage, faith, justice, love and service seen on the battlefield seven years ago. Fittingly, Joshua 1:9 proclaims “Be strong and courageous.
I worked very hard to complete as many requirements as I could for rank advancement during that camping experience, and it broadened my outlook by challenging me to learn new things and stay on track. On the last day of the camp, when the badges were completed, my scoutmaster
For my family crest project, I chose numerous symbols that relate to my family and me. The first thing that I chose were the colors blue and yellow to paint my cross in that divides my shield. Blue means truth and yellow means generosity, which I feel says a lot about my family. Next, I did a mermaid, which is on my original crest, and means eloquence. The bee represents effiecent industry, which I related to my dad and me, who both work very hard and put our best foot forward while doing so.
“I will never quit. If knocked down I will get back up, every time. I will draw on every remaining ounce of strength to protect my teammates and to accomplish our mission. I am never out of the fight.” This was said by Marcus Luttrell. He will protect his teammates and his country no matter what the cost is.The hall of fame will be giving one new “Bravery award” to one great person this year.
He summed up that it did and he expects to have his phone on him the entire time this summer in Arizona. All in all, I am thankful for this chance to get to talk to Jackson about his military experience. Although he is my brother-in-law, we have never truly talked about his military experience. I have a very special respect for Jackson and am proud of all of his accomplishments. It takes a special person to do what the men and women of our armed forces do and I am honored to say Jackson is a part of my
The National Honor Society is built upon four founding principles: Scholarship, Character, Leadership, and Service. I have a high school life filled with dedication to these four principles on the Spiritual standpoint, the Familial level, the Community level and finally at the National level. Moreover, I did begin my dedication to these same four principles even before this starting with the Boy Scouts of America and this commitment will continue along with having a rich future when I reach my fullest potential. I firmly believe that to have academic excellence is giving your best effort to maintain not just having straight As and a high GPA at or close to the edge of attaining a 4.0, but to also have the skills that help you perform your very best in college and beyond. To recap, it is having a well-rounded education with just the right academics and activities best suited to your
The bureau also plays a crucial role in supporting national security functions (Hastedt 212). The Director of the FBI Counterterrorism Division will represent the FBI in the taskforce. The director will provide additional information on terrorism activities in the East African region and track known terrorists in the region. The Department of Homeland Security will be included in the taskforce because of the recognition of the threat of the Al Shabab and its sympathizers to the country’s internal security. The objective of the DHS will be to collect information on cash out-flow from the U.S to the East African region.
I began my career as a Campus Police Officer for the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond while obtaining my Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. The reputation of the Broken Arrow Police Department made it my first choice when looking for a place to call home. I continued my education by obtaining a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Northeastern State University with some credits from the University of Virginia while serving as the Support Division Major. I have completed the Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police CLEET certification course for Police Chiefs as required by state law. I am currently an adjunct-instructor teaching Criminal Justice studies for Tulsa Community College and previously Northeastern State University.