Western Washington has a diverse and well trained group of writing centers. I was fortunate enough to be able to visit Central Washington University, Highline Community College, Shoreline Community College, Tacoma Community College and University of Washington Bothell . The goal was to find out what the writing centers are using for training, and how the centers operated. The four centers I visited, and the one center I interviewed, were extremely welcoming and have a diverse variety of extensive training programs. Observations of these writing centers enlightened me with an overwhelming amount of information.
Good Afternoon Erica, As you know I have worked here at the Cy-Fair campus for the past five years. I enjoy working with the staff and is always willing to help whenever possible. I have work hard to make sure that I am fulfilling my obligations to the students along with any other task that assigned to me. I enjoy my job and work hard to make sure that the Cy-Fair team is successful. What that being said I would like to ask if you could speak with Donna about her attitude towards me.
On all my assignments I have used these tools and I have also visited the writing center on one of my assignments, which was very helpful. Another tool that I thought was helpful to me during my assignments was the synthesis matrix. The synthesis matrix is my favorite tool and I will continue to use this throughout the rest of my courses. It made comparing, contrasting, and combining different sources at one time very easy. It gave me a head start on the literature review and it made it come together more easily.
I am emailing you today because I would like to interview to be a DSCI 302 teaching assistant for fall 2016. I have completed my online application, and my answer to the additional question is below. I would like to be a TA for this class because I have used the TA 's for both my DSCI 202 and 302 classes as a valuable resource and would like to be able to give back. Throughout both classes I went in and met with the TA 's routinely to insure that I understood the material fully and had the information necessary to be successful in the classes. I know several other people that have done so as well and we are all very grateful for the time they take to help make the material click.
Mary Heller is one of our career center staff; she does so many things for students alumni and employers. Mary and the rest of the staff at the career center, help students and alumni with multiple things, co-ops being one of the things you need to go through to graduate. The staff help you keep track of your credits and hours needed for your co-op. Staff also, help you get a co-op by career fairs and employment searches staff help you get in contact with employers and submit application for co-op employment they also assist with future employment by holding mock interviews. Assisting students with resumes, which, is awesome, as I don’t know how to make a resume.
I have led many club activities such as concession stands, volunteer services, and other community led activities. I have become a great leader to many of these kids as president of our school club, S-Club. I am in very good standing academically and known for my exceptional work ethic. I have matured with each of the trials and events I have encountered that have come my way during my senior year. The skills I have gained over the course of the year will help me towards my main career goal in mind, professional.
I have always worked well with others and have been the leader for most of my college group projects or debates. If I notice someone that needs help I immediately offer help before they ask. I have tutored others in courses that I have already taken and usually do this for free. Honesty and integrity are also very important qualities that I believe should not just be incorporated into a physician 's character but in
Throughout my experiences I have discovered my tremendous ability to multitask. During my years of college, EMT and hospital volunteering I have shown persistent success. Able to study for a microbiology exam while at the firehouse as an EMT might seem hard for others. However, I feel most comfortable in these situations and seem to have success as well. Earning an A on my exam and reporting to 10+ EMS calls seems to be a productive and successful day for me.
I learned how to teach the techniques that I learned at Washington State University. I taught students daily in speech therapy, assisted in assessments, aided in IEPs. It was awesome to see the progress of these students over time. This was the start to my enormous amount of experience with expressive and receptive language development, and learning disabilities. Education is ever evolving field, and due to this I have stayed current with my CEU’s.
Within a fellowship of individuals, honor is highly esteemed. The sharing of common attitudes and being united through service, binds a society. Being a member of the National Honors Society would bring me countless opportunities to further my academic career, allow me to give back to my community, and introduce me to accomplished student leaders who have the same perseverance I do. Academics has been a significant aspect of my life ever since I was little, I constantly try and challenge myself with rigorous courses such as honors, AP, and IB courses, I have also been on the honor roll since middle school. However, scholarship is not my only strength, as a member of numerous teams; I am familiar with the ideals of community and leadership
With the support network I already have there, it would be an excellent location to study for a year of medical school. A large draw for me is the longitudinal integrated clerkship as well. The new curriculum strongly fits my learning style and interest in forming long-term relationships with patients and preceptors. The
I make sure I am always leading by example and maintaining a strong work ethic. The way I am currently influencing the performance of my colleagues in the Military Division is by consistently meeting my performance requirements every quarter, and continually assessing how I can coach others to do the same. I lead my military admission team by supporting and assisting team members that have worked in the organization for as little as 6 months and as long as 6 years. I also focus on how I can help the entire graduation team meet their goals with financial clearance and continuing student body requirements. Leadership is needed in all areas of higher education, therefore I believe it is beneficial to have strong leadership and guidance provided on the front end and that will help maintain the successes of students and staff long
While simultaneously balancing work and school, I developed a greater sense of my abilities. I not only grew as an individual; but also gained character and knowledge. I can successfully state I have completed one year with a cumulative GPA of […]. Furthermore, I continue to participate in extra circular activities in my free time. For instance, I have held the position of assistant secretary of the business club, and have participated in the math and psychology clubs at Three Rivers Community College.
Members of the Admissions Committee: Re: Stephanie Marsh Stephanie Marsh has asked me to supply you with a letter of reference in support to her application for admission to the law program. I have worked very closely with Stephanie and as one of her supervisors while she worked Ashford University as an advisor. During our time together I have seen her dedicated manner in which she is able to carry out her work assignments and pursued her academic coursework. Stephanie has demonstrated an eagerness to learn. She is a quick study and has shown the ability to grasp general principles as well as subtle details.
What administrative skills, strengths, or experiences have you gained that are relevant to this position? My administrative skills include, but are not limited to, technology, communication, organization, time-management, and problem-solving skills. All of these abilities combined allow me the expertise to take initiative and be a leader. In high school I was a member of Future Business Leaders of America, my senior year acting as President. This role taught me with many skills from completing tasks such as organizing paperwork and money, running meeting, and sending reminder emails.