Serving in the military is a family tradition. I am grateful for all the opportunities that this country gives to its citizens and I felt like joining the military was a great way to give back to it. I took an oath of justice in defense of the liberties; to preserve peace and to calm the winds of war (Scott, 1). Being a veteran is now something that is part of me and describes myself. Since I joined the military straight out of high school, I decided to go back into school and pursue a career in business marketing.
First reason being, because Aurora University has always been a very diverse intuition in terms of always welcoming all students while also being flexible in the different programs they offer in many departments. Secondly, because this institution has always been closely connected with the community and the local organizations. This is extremely important to me because as a resident of Aurora, I am a person who is always looking to be involved in the community which I know the institution does that often. Finally, because Aurora University is the institution where I will complete my undergraduate degree. My intention has always been to stay at the same instruction because it has not only made me grow professionally but it has also led me to many opportunities in my professional goals.
During my entire school year starting from freshman year and ending it now at senior year; I have always enjoyed helping others. When I volunteer, I go out my way to help out others who are involved in organization or even the ones who are doing everyday things. Many of my friends may see it as uncool or wack, but I see it as building character and work ethic up. If there is a person in need of assistance with their groceries, cleaning, crossing the street, or more; I will be their to help that person out. This will help me out in the long run with college and everyday life.
Throughout Eureka, we often use school and business marquees to communicate special events and recognitions in our community. Cultural Transmission is how one generation passes cultural to the next generation (Macionis, 2017). Where I live, we have very strong family, religious, and community ties. Passing of culture is done through consistent interaction with family members including grandparents and the elderly. The transfer of culture is also done through involvement in the church and community activities such as 4H and school organizations.Values are the standards that people use to determine what is desirable, good, beautiful, and serves as a guideline for social living ( Macionis, 2017).
I am self- trained to cope with all challenges, big and small. Having a rigorous education and student-life at College of Charleston will help me grow even more in my leadership skills, and as a future family medicine doctor, as well as my identity. I am committed to helping out in my community in any way I could. By being a growing, young leader, an active volunteer, and a devoted student, I will share with the world that “big things comes in small packages,” and all the skills that I acquire from
Being born and raised in St. Paul, St. Catherine University is located in a very familiar and stimulating environment for me. I want to attend St. Catherine University not only for their outstanding and rigorous course load, but also the location of St. Catherine University will allow me to work at home. Attending this university will not only allow me to become a student for the physical therapy program, but also fulfill my responsibilities and duties that I have back at home. Also being born and raised in St. Paul, I want to be able to stay connected with my community by being actively involved throughout the neighborhood. My brother’s diagnoses have brought challenges for my family, but at an early stage in my life it has impacted the way I value helping others.
I am honored to be eligible amongst the meritorious students who are being considered for induction within the National Honors Society. Being an active member in this society has been something I have been looking forward to since middle school; having previous family members inducted, I regard it as a goal I must accomplish. I would be honored to be a member of this society which is known for benefitting children, the elderly, and the needy .These limitless opportunities of contributing to my community will help me grow as a person which will undoubtedly help me in my future career as oncologist and leave an impact on my fellow community members. The National Honors Society is a remarkable organization for someone who demonstrates leadership,
Obama urges equal opportunity when he states, “you’ll hear the determination in the voice of a young field organizer who’s working his way through college and wants to make sure every child has that same opportunity (pg 2).” Obama emphasizes that background will not define one’s future. He feels strongly about creating opportunities for the younger generation. As one can see, Obama’s acceptance speech was not just about his gratitude for being re-elected, but also his plans to move this nation
What do you believe to be the most significant academic achievement and how do you overcome any challenges or obstacles? The enthusiasm ignited since the first day of registration. Nothing was more exciting than knowing the fact that I am now on the right track, just a step closer to my dream; to become a great doctor one day. I knew that Medicine is one of the most demanding courses in the world. However, I took that as a challenge as I was brave enough to attend the interview and in fact, registered for the course after receiving the acceptance letter.
Personal Mission Statement I dedicate myself fully to achieve my goal of being accepted to study medicine at a tertiary institute by excelling academically in matric while going the extra mile to improve my intellectual abilities. I will continue to be a devoted Jew, a strong Zionist and proud supporter and defender of Israel and its right to exist. I will do the best I can to contribute to my friends, family and community and to leave a meaningful legacy as a “light unto nations.” I will strive to grow as a person and as a leader and focus on developing respect, responsibility and unconditional generosity in my personal life. I aim to find the balance between mind, body and soul to achieve happiness. Personal Philosophy Judaism
I am one to always find and or see the best in people and in my future. I always have a backup plan. I feel that no matter what happens in my future I will end up happy no matter the problem. In this essay I will describe why I should be in your college and the benefits it will not only do for me, but the rest of the world too. Since I was young I have always had one dream; to end up somewhere in the medical field.
Membership to the National Honors Society would mean a lot to me. My mom was in NHS, and it would be cool to continue on the family legacy. Membership would mean that I am able to give back to my community even more, and it would mean that I am among others who care about community service. To be around people who understand my love of helping the community would
My academic attitude, I believe, is important for a Resident Assistant to hold because as a RA, one should be a role model for the other members of the hall. While I do take my academics seriously, I also understand the value of communication and social stability while in college. I am very capable of delivering emotional support to any future residents that I may have. Due to my position on the Monmouth College Forensics Team, I, in no way would consider myself shy and have a very warm and outgoing personality that I feel would be able to help residents feel at ease. I value organization in my everyday life and I feel that my daily management skills would
They 're several reasons why yours truly wants to go on and return to Monroe. Being a father, my children look up to me and leading by example is key at this time and age. When achieving this goal, I can show my children many life lessons, such as a college degree can help you be so much more successful in life, every bit of education you get after high school increases the chances you 'll earn good pay, making your siblings proud, motivate them to crave better in life, follow the great example a college graduate sets, and much more. The long journey It took, to get my life back on track, once I realized that things are going great, I became a stronger person and all goals I have set since her passing, I have met. It was earlier this year that I attended my oldest son 's high school graduation where I gave it some thought to returning to college.
Holding a diploma in my hands and going to college has been one of my dearest dreams; I have always believed in reaching my maximum potential and dreamed numerous times of being able to go to medical school, study, help and lead my community through the medical field. Ever since I was a little girl, I knew I wanted to become a doctor, I have always been amazed and feel an immense interest in learning specifically about biology and medicine; I feel a serious motivation towards understanding how the human body works; each organ, tissue and every cell interests me; I desire to learn and understand how the diseases manifest, how to diagnose and master each technique to treat them;I am extremely committed to my education and to reaching my goal which is to become a doctor.