These connections are what will help me to become successful in achieving my personal career goals. I will also be able to find solutions to environmental challenges and concerns that the world faces. To think that I can make an impact on the world through my studies is incredible. The professor to student ratio at Northland would also help me achieve my full potential by allowing me to grow strong connections with professors and fellow students. A smaller class size would also give me a strong learning opportunity and help grow my leadership skills.
Growing up in an unfortunate family, I have learned to take my education seriously and apply for organizations to serve as an inspiration. My interest in working with people who have a similar mindset will assist me in making a difference for the school and the community. With my future as a motivation, applying for NHS will definitely give me the proper knowledge and experience that no other organization will. Alongside those reasons, I will work correctly and try my best in order to become a member of
I am today. I am the student representative on the quality of life committee so I can have a say in how to better the lives of the community. I am Vice President of the senior class because I want everyone’s opinions to be heard and acknowledged. I am Treasurer of the National Honor Society because I want to organize a service project and buy supplies for schools on the neighboring islands of Ebeye and Gugegue. I am treasurer of Keystone because I want to give back to my amazing community.
Colleagues know me as a highly disciplined and good-humored teammate, who can always be trusted to assist them, and someone who can come up with new approaches to our project. My biggest strength is my ability to analyze and evaluate an issue objectively, in order to form a good judgment. I am confident that my critical thinking skills make me a good fit for the Peace Corps. Beyond my academic and professional experience: I have the aspiration to surround myself with those who are committed to improve the living conditions of all. Without a doubt, the Peace Corps offers this experience and atmosphere.
“Our community could use a little more love, kindness, and respect, which are the values that respect club contends,” Greer continued, “With influential figures like Kirby and James leading the new club, Florence is on its way to supporting a culture of coexistence.” Zach Henderson shares this point of view explaining, “I joined because I would like to help make a difference in how people treat one another and help people learn to be thoughtful.” Respect Club promotes the belief that proactive and preventative efforts in school communities can create a tolerant climate free of harassment. Stay tuned for upcoming projects and opportunities to get
G Adventures mission statement: “To ensure an authentic, sustainable, unforgettable, life-changing experience for everyone!”. G Adventures’ main purpose is to give travelers the ultimate experience that will keep them wanting more, as well as give them a chance to learn more about the beautiful world that we live in and it’s natural and sustainable elements. G Adventures also has a core set of values that they go by: “Love. Lead. Embrace.
I know that being a RA would be optimal for me since I want to be part of a community. Being apart of a community is a key factor of being successful in college. I want to be a support system to my residents and fellow staff members. It is a highly rewarding experience when you feel like you have made a difference in someone’s life. I pledge to initiate a change in all of my residents lives.
This quote directly represents how I feel educating is important to one's self-improvement and the improvement of the work around them. It is crucial for a person to always keep learning, its what develops the brain, helps to form our character and it is a privilege that not all people are able to get. it is when we stop learning and educating ourselves out body becomes a useless vessel. But education can't help build a better future without action, one of my personal goals is to help people, inspire them and make their lives better. I was lucky enough to have a chance of getting an education, having food on my plate and a roof over my head in order for me to become who I am today.
The idea for the summit was to give students the skills needed to create change in their community. In addition, various workshops were held to help students be more culturally aware and sensitive to those different than them. You’re probably wondering how planning those events helped me grow and allowed me to set example for the upcoming generation. Well, they taught me that being different is a good thing. And something that I want to let those who come after me know is that, learning from people who are different than you can lead to growth, empowerment, and
Inspired to Make Changes It takes a person who has great morals and high integrity to make a change in the world. Making a change in the world is not easy, so it takes someone who is strong and willing to put time and effort into doing so. Martin Luther King Jr. has shaped history, he has inspired me to want to make changes to the world, and I will take those inspirations and make a lasting impression on the future. Martin Luther King Jr. has shaped history by inspiring people to stop violence and to protest peacefully.
This year, I have continued to achieve academic excellence inside the classroom while continuing to be a leader in the St. Paul’s community. For the first semester, I have earned four A’s and three B’s in the full International Baccalaureate Program (my school will be sending my updated transcript). This winter, I earned the role of the captain of my varsity basketball team. I am a leader on the court and try to set an example for my teammates of how important it is to work hard in all aspects of life. This year has been the third year of the Jewish Awareness Club at St. Paul’s, which I founded in my sophomore year.
Growing up, children have nicknames, mine was "lemonade" because when life gave me lemons I made lemonade out of any situation. When I was given this nickname I was unaware of the trials I would later face in life, but as always I made lemonade out of the situations. One of my favorite things to do has always been to challenge myself and push my own limits, physically and academically. When I was 7 years old I asked for a unicycle for Christmas and taught myself to ride it. I've always had a motivation that can be matched by few, and a drive to be unique.