I am the first in my family to go to college and with that being said, I have always felt the pressure to be the best role model and example for my younger sisters. Growing up, my parents have always been really strict on me, more than they have been with my younger sisters. I never really understood why, until now two months after my fathers’ death. My fathers’ dream was always to see his three daughters graduate with a college degree. Both of my parents, especially my father always expressed to me the importance my education, for my future.
Going to college is probably one of the most important things that I have done in my life so far. Thinking back to everything I have done in the past ten years or so, I can see that taking to leap of faith to join college and further my education was such a huge step for me and I am glad that I did. Before I joined Southern New Hampshire University, I knew I would need some motivation to enroll. I remember a story my father told me about how he had gone to Technical College and became a licensed Master Mechanic and that really motivated me to want to further my education. Also, my brother had talked to me about two months ago and had told me his experience with going to college to earn his English degree and me, being the competitive brother I am, didn’t want him to be the only sibling to earn a degree.
Parents are always happy to have a family that they can love and enjoy. There are no other people I love more than my own parents. We should always be thankful for having our friends around us. It is really hard to imagine not having any friends,
It’s one of my happy places. I know that by doing this, it would be a very positive thing that the youth would enjoy. My goals relate because elementary education on the reservation, getting a degree, and needing to stress how important education is at a young age are all crucial on the
I want to help people and by helping people I will be helping my character and learning from them as well. I learn best while explaining or teaching other because it is easier for me to remember the topic by doing so. Also, when I help someone understand something that is important for them to understand, then I feel really useful. Another reason for my eagerness to join the math honor society is my future education. When I apply for colleges, I want the college to see that I was a part of the wonderful math honor society.
Now it is more difficult because everyone has grown up and moved on with own lives. Even though most of my family members live far away, we still have a strong connection. We keep this strong tradition threw family tradition. Most of our family traditions consist of all of us coming together on a special occasion. We take multiple family vacations each year.
During the time I spent in the business, I felt my secondary education and work experience needed to be polished further by gaining new dimension of education. In order to carry out my future plans I realised there has to be a lot of effort put in as much as what is coming out of it too. Therefore, I desired to start my higher education elsewhere where the surrounding atmosphere will be unique and versatile for me to carry out a new experience and challenge. To become a successful entrepreneur I should need variety of skills, though I was open-minded with my intended career. Hence the reason I am very motivated in achieving these goals, and I am convinced I will be able to accomplish it.
Lastly, I strive to be an amiable person that puts a great amount of effort into building relationships and coalitions. As stated previously, challenging opportunities and the chance to effect change motivate me; I tend to run towards those tough, challenging, and messy opportunities as opposed to less challenging ones. Taking on the Executive MBA program at George Mason University, at this current time is an example of that. 360 Benchmark Report In 2012, I enrolled
I left the interview feeling content. I did my best, but was not getting my hopes up. I came home where my mother asked me how it went and I explained to her the series of questions she asked and she of course was proud that I applied again. She said if at first you don't succeed try, try, again. I finally received a phone call from human resources who asked me to accept the position.
I applied to eleven colleges and got accepted into ten, but still chose montgomery college because it saved me the most money. My friends, who are paying more than 10,000 a semester to the only school they were accepted into, tease about how MC is basically a high school since it doesn’t have the “luxury” of living in dorms. But I don’t brag to them how I could’ve went to any of those ten 4 year colleges if I wanted too. I personally don’t believe my decision process is an important factor to discuss with anybody because, at the end of they day what matters is the decision I made and how comfortable I am with it. This specific experience is one of the reasons I see myself as a humble person.