I love getting to work with the people here at UNI, but I also want to learn more from others who may have completely different experiences. These are the things that I can learn from and really grow as an educator and person for when I am faced with some of these same things. I can look back on what others before me may have done. STARS will also solidify why I have chosen to pursue a path in student affairs and really open up the doors that I am just peaking
Being social is not my calling but this should be easy for others. When living in Floyd, I had only one good friend and we barely talked. The moral of the story is that making friends is hard, but is worth it. When you put in the work, you can find someone who completes you. I had to learn this the hard way.
One of my friends asks why I don’t do this for a living. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to take what was fun to me and turn it into a job. After I thought about for a while I felt like it was time to make a move. Also, I was a regular at planet fitness and knew all the managers. One day one of the managers ask if I wanted to work for them once I received my degree and or my certification.
Why do you wish to join C Platoon? I would like to join C Platoon as it offers one of the best opportunity to take part of teamwork. I'd like to work with a group of people and share common interest in things. The teamwork that C Platoon is offering is overly astonishing and I wish to take part of the team as I would be a great asset to the team and working for the division in general. The second reason why I would like to join C Platoon is because I feel like I can do more than just basic patrol officer and even make their life safer.
From these opportunities I think I have gained some great attribute that will translate well for me finding a job in this career later on in life. I also understand that just because I've learned somethings about this profession from other physical therapy setting does not mean I know everything that there is to know about physical therapy. That’s why I think this current internship will teach me somethings that I have not yet learned, while at the same giving me the chance to enhance some of the skills that I have previously learned from my brief experience in this
As I reflect on the area of receiving feedback I find it to be an area I succeed in when accepting the constructive criticism from others, however, I often feel I lack to seek for receiving feedback from others when it is not given. As I continue to grow, as a student of physical therapy, receiving feedback is important for helping me to become the best physical therapist I can be. By not receiving feedback from my clinical instructors, professors, and peers I will not be able to grow and improve my skills to become a great physical therapist. I believe being able to receive feedback from others and applying it will help me grow into a physical therapist that can provide the best care that patient’s deserve. Strengths 1.
The thing that I think will be most beneficial to my career as an actuary though is not something that was learned through a class. The most important thing I’ve learned during my time in college has been that reaching out to people for help does not make one weak. In fact, I’d say that the people that are the quickest to acknowledge their weaknesses and seek the assistance they need are the ones that will be the most effective in their careers. Specifically in the actuarial field, it seems that people don’t see the value of using the wisdom of elders. During my last internship, though, I found that people were very ready to help with anything I needed.
As an artist each week I just strived to do my best and not be afraid to take risk. As humans we are afraid of failure, but we never know what we are good at unless we try. Once I was oppose to making pieces in silence, but after trying it I realized some of my best work was made when there was no music to accompany
Presently, I view volunteering as an activity that is both beautiful and unique. There are not many activities, like volunteering, where you can improve yourself while also having a positive impact on someone else 's life. I am very grateful that my initial perspective on volunteering has changed because I would have missed out on many lifelong memories and lessons that will undeniably be important in my career as a future
We met a good bit and he helped me with all the things I needed help with when I came to him. The only thing I wish would've gone better is that I could've had a little bit more free time to meet up with him but he was very good about working with my schedule to meet me.
I did not have the experience, knowledge and I dare to say the educational background that may make me feel more comfortable to work with Homeless Families. However, the Program Director of the program gave me the courage and the correct inspiration on how to prepare myself and to learn quickly. Her words during the job interview
I have always been interested in a career in the care industry, and after meeting with an experienced occupational therapist, I was sure that occupational therapy is a career suited to my personality and abilities. I am excited by the diverse nature of the work and the effect that meaningful activity can have in helping individuals improve their quality of life and achieve personal goals. I am a sympathetic listener, open-minded and tolerant of others lifestyles and I think that along with my problem-solving skills, and desire to help people, the range of activities which I am skilled at and enjoy would greatly aid me in helping people to rehabilitate themselves. I look forward to attending ________ where I will learn the skills necessary to make a difference by helping people gain independence and increase confidence. I want to be part of such an awarding and diverse career; working closing with people and helping them
(cite) This leads me to my comfort limit. Although I wanted my friend there to keep track of time, I concluded that subconsciously her presents gave me comfort. I am the type of person who does not usually care about what people think; I say and do things I believe in because I can justify my actions or words. In this case, my job is to do nothing and I cannot explain why I am doing nothing so my friend being there gives me comfort that at least one person know why I am doing
Engaging with these individuals have taught me how to work collaboratively, collectively, and cohesively as a group member. In social work there is diversity among clients and colleagues and a social worker must know how to adapt in this changing environment. When faced with challenges, I have sought out the support and advice from professors, social workers, and classmates and this has been effective for me. I found that making preconceived notions about others had limited me, but being in this program has given me an opportunity to meet a diverse group of individuals. This opportunity has allowed me to evolve into a better person, but have made lifetime
She was trying to teach us “how” to think instead of “what” to think. When I first came to ECC I was undeclared for years. I didn’t know what major to because I was always told that Art was just a hobby—not a career. I used to believe that until met her. I feel that I owe it to her because she