Her parents were Edwin and Amy Otis Earhart. Amelia lived with her wealthy grandparents and attended a private school until she was 12 years old. Then, Amelia and her sister went to live with their parents, in Des Moines, Iowa. In 1915 Edwin and Amy got a divorce, and Amy took the girls and moved to Chicago to live with friends for a while. Amelia attended an exclusive high school and junior college.
NASA also rewarded her with the NASA Space Flight Medal twice. Sally Ride is an American hero because she stood against sexism. Many people did not believe in her because she was a woman but she ignored their opinions and went for her dreams. She also encouraged others to follow out their dreams.
This group is what had started every thing she had done. Alice never would have thought this is what she would be doing in her later years. Alice went to the college Swarthmore. She went to college, and got a diploma as a biology major, but she did not enjoy doing it. She then became a social worker, because she wanted to help people.
She became the first female astronaut to go into space Mae C. Jemison came to Earth on September 20, 1992 for eight days or 190 hours in space. Mae C. Jemison noted that societies should recognize how much women and people can contribute if given opportunities. On October 17, 1956 a astronaut was born in Decatur, Alabama, Mae C, Jamison. Her father Charles Jemison was a carpenter and a roofer,
Maria was a senior in high school. Her plans after high school was to go to lone star college to do 2 years of basics, then transfer to Sam Houston University. Maria was excited to graduate high school because she was going to be to be the first child of her family to get a high school diploma but also be the first one of her family to go to college. Maria had big dreams.
Glenda’s family and her stopped moving when both Glenda and Scott decided to retire from the Air Force in 2008 making their permanent home in Newport News Virginia. Just before retiring, she decided to get her degree in teaching. After receiving her degree, she retired and became a third grade teacher at Greenwood Elementary School, Newport News, VA. Glenda Price-Carter is my mother and to me the strongest women for her sacrifice of so many years to her country. I believe that if Glenda allowed racism of the 70s and 80s around her stop her, she wouldn’t be the women she is
I remember the day I received a little yellow paper that said, “Cinthia Gordillo you are eligible to participate in commencement.” I started tearing up because I knew that I had accomplished one of my dreams as well as my mother’s dream. My mom decided to leave her home town in Honduras because of the lack of jobs and violence. I was born in Madera, CA four months after my mom migrated to California. Growing up my mom emphasized the importance of education however, out of her six children I was the first one who decided to pursue a higher education.
Dorothy Ann Scarritt was born on December 12, 1897 in Kansas City, Missouri. She was born into a very well off family as the fourth of five kids. Growing up Dorothy was a very athletic person and very invested in her education she went to Smith College which is a liberal arts college in Massachusetts. After Dorothy got out of college she traveled to Chile, Panama, Peru, Cuba, and Argentina with her father. When she came back from South America she only lived back in her hometown, Kansas City, Missouri for a couple months.
Amelia as a nurse probably could have done many things, but with her being a pilot she achieved so much more. Amelia set a record time across the Atlantic Ocean, was the first woman to ever cross the Atlantic and opened her own organization of female pilots. Amelia worked hard for her job as a pilot and as they needed many nurses back in the 1900s she wouldn’t have had to work that hard. Amelia went to visit her sister only to find that World War 1 soldiers were badly wounded, therefore making this point stronger. Overall, Amelia should have never even thought about becoming a nurse as she wouldn’t have had the opportunities she did as a
She got to become a certified scuba diver, is a pilot and has a black belt in Taekwondo, which is amazing. She makes me grateful for having my arms as she does not have them. I also chose Jessica after reading about her and she inspires me to do whatever I set my mind to. She also taught me how to never say "I can 't", because I can. Jessica Cox contributes to the society by giving motivational speeches to people around the globe.
Doctors were hesitant to perform surgery on her, because of her age. Maria did not flaunt or hide her disease she just lived her life. Four months after she received her first communion on April 30, 1961 her parents her parents took her to the lourdess Shrine, hoping that she would be cured and become the healthy child she had been at age four. A cure did not happen. Her parents next took her to visit
“Maria Padian was born in New York, but when she was five years old she moved to “the country” which was New Jersey in 1960. She grew up on an acre of land and was allowed to roam with her brother.” ( Padian) Both of her parents immigrated to the U.S. “Her father was Irish and her mother Spanish. She didn’t even learn English until she was five years old. Maria Padian says that her mother was like J.Lo, beautiful, a great dancer, and a lot of fun.
Melissa Perez, a hispanic high school student, was a student that did not attend school regularly. She would only go to school for third period and fourth because that is when they marked students for attendance for the whole day. That is until she had her baby that she decided she needed to graduate from high school. Melissa was also the first person in her family to graduate from high school (Ted). Students like Melissa across the nation have been graduating more than ever.
Selena Quintanilla-Pérez was accomplished many things in her life. She was a fashion designer, boutique owner, spokesperson, actress, and probably her most successful endeavor was her music career. Selena was often known as the the Queen of Tejano music. Making herself well known in a genre of music dominated mostly by men. She was arguably one of the most successful women singers to live.
This letter is written in support of Quineshia Peterson, an applicant of the American University Strategic Communication Graduate Program. As the Director of Admissions at Valdosta State University, I have had the honor of working with and mentoring Quineshia during the matriculation of her bachelor’s degree, beginning in 2011. As a freshman at Valdosta State it became apparent that Quineshia was a natural born leader with praiseworthy ambition. She served on the executive board of her student Hall Council, and was an active member of Residence Hall Association.