As a disciple of God and a follower, I am called to love all nations, in spite of their gender orientation, faith, or their way of life. Global citizenship requires consciousness that relies on mutual assistance, support, cooperation, interaction among humans and organizations, and a feeling of accountability which results after it. God loves all people and provides a guiding principle for livelihood in the Bible. He is my model and as I am called and chosen to love and obey his commandments. Global citizenship to me involves the establishment of leading values that will influence people morally and give way to reasonable
I believe that a leader is someone who knows how to properly guide others, as well as rely on others when needed. I also believe in leading by example as the bible says in Titus 2:7, “In everything set them an example by doing what is good...” I believe that how I behave, how I interact with teachers, others adults, and students can provide a positive influence for my peers. I hold several student leadership roles at school. I am a member of STUCO (student council) and DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America), a global organization that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges. I am also a member of two mentoring groups, Dulles Diamonds and PALS (Peer Assistance &Leadership), which provide peer positive support to address issues like bullying, low achievement, at-risk youth, and behavior problems.
I strive to make audio engineering and photography my hobbies, and keep Computer network engineering as my main goal when I’m done with college, with that being one of my goals I will be able to have a steady income and provide for myself. As life goes on I will be ministering the gospel, and set a long term goal to pastor over a church one day. As I dream of my life of success, I would also like to have a partner who is well spoken, smart, funny, good at math, and dreams big. I want her to support me and my decisions as well as I will do for
E: My personal aspirations after Peace Corps include preparing for further education via graduate programs to pursue a Phd in public policy, organizational leadership, mass communication, educational leadership, international law, or related field. Peace Corps will prepare me for this endeavour by supporting my passion for education in a dynamic, global context. It will provide me with an opportunity to share the skills have already developed and further refine them. My goal is to find a career that allows me to refine and expand my skills in media, culture, and communication while serving the community.. Never before has there been a greater demand for solutions to international and domestic affairs. The public service sector is the most direct
Many of my morales are guided by my religious beliefs and my life experiences. These can be applied for family, friends, or your career goals. One of my favorite quotes about morales comes from former first lady Michelle Obama. She said, “I have learned that as long as I hold fast to my beliefs and values - and follow my own moral compass - then the only expectations I need to live up to are my own.” This speaks to me because no matter where life guides me, as long as I consistently apply my morales, my life expectations will be set by myself. Another quotes that self reassures me of my morales comes from the original president of the United States George Washington.
Stagnation stage, which I learned that when compared to the emotional skills assessment it’s the process of understanding and using emotional intelligence skills to increase productivity and satisfaction by applying the emotional system to renew and achieve excellence. That is exactly what this book has taught me. I now understand the importance of emotional intelligence and how to develop it to achieve the short-term and long-term goals that I have recently set. Perhaps I will refer back to the Emotional Learning System on occasion, but I will definitely continue to follow what I think is the best advice provided in the book, which is “Personal, academic, and career excellence is an individual, ongoing process that you have to define and direct. The process involves failures, learning, relearning, and personal changes.” That pretty much wraps up the whole book in my
The Core Competencies and the values are the foundation of Social Work, and it is my duty to reflect the foundation in my intern experience. Leading to this point I have learned about the core competencies and values that I now must put to practice. This is a living journal meaning it will constantly experience diverse highs and low throughout my internship and note the journey. I am challenging myself to become involved in every aspect of my organization I feel as though this will maximize my opportunities by increasing my marketability in the job market. The Focus Center offers a great deal of treatment groups that aid the community in positive growth.
I always put in the continuous effort in my studies, making sure that I not only complete the homework, but that I understand the curriculum. Resiliency is the trait that distinguishes me and best reflects my journey so far. When faced with an unfamiliar tragedy, I was and still continue to find hope, focus, and persevere in everything I do. Acceptance into the University of the Pacific will allow me the opportunity to greatly expand my knowledge and grow into the mature and professional person that I have always known that I can
I would like to share my knowledge to help empower children and adults who may need it most. A degree at the UTHSC would give me the credentials to excel in my profession and educate others on the importance of preventative care. I have been interested in attending the UTHSC since my freshman year in high school. My dentist and dental hygienist attended this university and informed me on the great academics, helpful faculty and hands on experience that the UTHSC provides. I know if I am accepted into UTHSC, I will bring the passion and motivation that it takes to learn and to succeed in this prestigious program.
Persistence is another key element that is crucial in success. I have learned persistence firsthand when I took the decision to immigrate to the United States as a teenager. Even though I have faced multiple multiple challenges, faith, hard work, and persistence have gotten me to where I am today, and I could not be more proud. I believe that my Christian faith, cultural backgrounds, community service experience, leaderships skills, and creative thinking nature are the perfect match for the Orthodontic and Dentofacial Orthopedics Program. As I proceed with working towards my dream, I am reminded of the blessings that God has given me and how I could impact others with my talents.
They face the challenge of meeting culturally sensitive needs. Mostly, they offer help to all that need it within the specified criteria. For a nonprofit organization, the most important motivation is intrinsic (Ditkoff & Colby, 2009). It is therefore important for the leader to facilitate communication of their mission and the needs of customers among employees to encourage them to be ready for change at all times and take more responsibility. Additionally, they will also be able to eliminate negative conflicts in the current
The accomplishment of my collegiate goals is a step to facilitate my development of a lifestyle seeking God. My dream is to build a worldwide business with integrity and humility founded on the values of faith, family, freedom, and unity. I see PBA as an opportunity to join a community of like-minded peers and mentors who will assist me in developing those values, and provide an unparalleled biblical education. * An education that will not only scholastically prepare me for my future endeavors, but also teach me how to better serve others, how to become a better leader, and one that that will bring me closer to God. I feel that PBA will help to strengthen my Christian worldview in a relationship with the academic and business world, and provide the opportunity for me to use my musical gifts to serve others through faith.
I highly recommend this book to coaches, parents and leaders who strive to impact the next generation." Ray Funk - Athletic Director, Yakima Valley College “Anthony has experienced just about every position of leadership possible—coach, husband, father and administrator. He has shown what true leadership looks like in all of those roles and it is on full display in this book!” Lance Villers – Superintendent, Santiam Christian