Once I was able to go to school again I could only make it through one class a day for a long time causing me to still fall very far behind. In the month of April I was finally able to make it too at least half of my classes each day, but I had a lot of catch up to play. I pushed through despite missing so much school and managed to not fail any of my classes that trimester which despite my poor grades was a great accomplishment for me. My supportive teachers that year helped me through so much and I owe a lot to them, but I also credit myself with a strong will to push through and work through what was holding me back to come up and succeed. My senior year has not started out too great either I have still having the bad side pain despite being over the mono.
I switched schools three times before finally settling into an alternative school. As a result of my hard work and life choices I have caught up to my junior year in little more than two months. My siblings are in stable, healthy environments and I no longer am under such a tremendous amount of stress. I’m on track and even ready to plan for college in the future. Hard work can lead to a multitude of benefits.
I have had dance experience from the drill team and have been a member for four years. I am also in color guard, and have been for three years. Out of those three years we have gotten two Division 1’s. My junior year in high school I was the captain of the team and we got best color guard. My senior year I did not try out because of my busy schedule, but i regret not making more time for it.
Therefore, this whole undergrad thing needed to hurry up because I had some work to do out there in the world. My classes were rooted in the sciences, and though I enjoyed the lab work, the research, and the field work, it did not feel as though I was fully working towards my personal goals of conservation. My ambitions were directed towards public opinion, activism, and even politics. It was during my second semester of the first year that I found the bend in the road that
I started to obtain near perfect grades, which certainly made me stand out in my class and as an individual. I was recognized in the A Honor Roll every semester in my high school career, and confidently will make it in both semesters this year. While I was in 9th grade, our class was assigned an all year independent research project (Science) that had a high stake, a $500 scholarship. My independent research project was based off texting and driving. After seven months of solid work and determination, my name was announced as the winner of the $500 scholarship.
I would like to present my resume and career background to BASF for the Sr. Lab Technician - Calcinations role. My experience working as an NMR lab technician for Lubrizol’s Research & Development department as allowed me to acquire a versatile set of skills that I know will contribute to the continuing success of BASF. These skills encompass both technical and collaborative roles critical in my career in chemistry thus far. As a graduate of John Carroll University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry, I was excited to see an opening for a lab technician role at BASF.
Along with many friends that helped me get through rough times to make me the person I am today. My family for sure, plays the biggest part in shaping of who I am today. Growing up wasn’t always smooth sailing, I often was influenced by many negative people that tried and guide me in the wrong direction;however, my family members were the ones that never seized to stop improving me. During the peak of my junior year when all the algebra, physics, history, and english classes were piling up in enormous numbers and were causing me to stress and
I went in with a negative attitude, but I remember walking out of that gym after every practice having accomplished something new. After a few months my jumps got higher, my stunt group had the highest basket toss, I got a back-tuck. Everything fell into its place, and I finally discovered what I loved most. I am so grateful I never quit after that first practice, cheer has shaped who I am today. I’m now a captain and three year cheerleader at Brighton, 2 year United Spirit Association All-American Athlete, and planning to cheer in college.
Unfortunately, failure came before success. This experience has aided me in all other aspects of my life, because it serves as an encouragement whenever something does not go as planned. Having been apart of different cheer teams for about 5 year. Some of my accomplishments would include first place at nationals, first place winner at state, and first overall best at UCA camp. I was even able to make the SACS Varsity cheer team, which is an unforgettable experience knowing that they are one of the best in town.
Feet Flight Track and field; my favorite sport in high school, although I never knew it was my thing until junior year. I joined because a majority of my friends were in it as well, and I wanted to try it out for myself. It was a decent first season. I hadn’t ever thought that I could be as good of a long jumper as I am now. This is a personal story I am sharing because I had one my most accomplished days of my life, yet life doesn’t always turn out perfect.
School had always been something I was good at. All through my academic career, up until my sophomore year of college, school never stressed me out too bad. Trying to be a successful student, employee, friend, and family member can be very overwhelming. Once I entered college I was faced with many obstacles that challenged me to balance all the roles in my life. During my fall semester of my sophomore year in college I experienced the most difficult time ever.
Ever since I met Isaiah he had a strong drive for his academics. When we started high school, he enrolled in classes that were for sophomores and by junior year he was enrolled in two Advanced Placement classes. He had been sucked into the system and developed a fear that Eve repeated numerously. The school systems had ingrained in them, “If I quit something, I will consider myself a failure, and I really
It was, however, the type of job that everyone dreams of, a job that I enjoyed almost more than anything. During the summer and fall seasons I practiced four days during the week and traveled to tournaments every weekend. I continued to practice throughout the winter with my tournament team and in the spring I played for my high school team. Over the years I made amazing memories and, along with my tournament team, won several Maryland State Titles. Softball is a sport that has taught me so many important life lessons including teamwork,
Repetitions are faster, longer, and more intense. In the senior’s final year, the goal is to win state one last time. Originally, our freshman year, the goal was to win state four years in a row; It was evident that goal would be hard to achieve, but knowing that made us work with more tenacity than ever before. This last cross country season is a bit of a redemption race for my team. November 7th is the last opportunity to show Missouri what Sainte Genevieve Cross Country is capable of.
I have also held many leadership positions throughout my high school years. Being the executive secretary my freshman year, class secretary my sophomore year, and class vice president my junior year as well as being involved with Friends of Rachel and FCCLA clubs has taught me how to be dedicated and handle many tasks at once. Throughout high school, there have been very few days where I have been able to just go home after school. I am always very busy, and I have learned how to manage my time well, meaning that I can handle many things thrown my way. The money granted to me would not be