With the classes I am taking in college, I will be preparing for my future job. In my job, I will be required to write reports and solve many problems/ cases. In college I will be improving my high school education, which will improve my skills for my future job, this meaning, I will he helping improve my community. Now, to discuss money. I do not have a source of income, currently, my parents are paying for my college education.
My junior year, I was awarded the outstanding junior award. I received this award for active participation, meeting attendance, and overall class grades. I was so excited and felt so proud to get this award. As a senior, it was time to give up my office to a younger FFA member who could fill the position after I graduated. We do this at our annual chapter banquet where awards are given, and scholarships are given.
Eric Klein influenced me to apply to Syracuse University, he is a currently in his senior year at Syracuse University. I have grown up being around Eric and his family. Most of the Klein family has attended Syracuse University. Including, Scott Klein, Debbie Klein, David Klein and now Eric Klein.The Klein family is very successful in everything they do, and that is also a huge influence on applying to Syracuse. He absolutely loves his experience so far, and it has enabled him to thrive in his education.
You can also complete a twenty-one to twenty-four month program that will allow you to get a special type of certificate that is also valuable to become a radiologic technologist (“Who Are Radiologic Technologist”). With this career you don’t have to burry your face in the books or camp at your school. You just have to dedicate your time and give it your best and you will have your certificate in no time. Jen Powell also verified that most occupations do require you to have an associate’s degree, but if you want a better salary you can always go for your bachelor’s degree. It is always more beneficial to have more education and training when it comes to a career, even though you are always learning something new every day.
You know what you would see walking down the halls and in classrooms? Students, lots of students. With truancy issues no longer a problem and morale as high as Mt. Washington, school is fun again. The whole atmosphere of the district has changed from ‘I can’t’ to ‘I can.’ Even Dennis, who years before couldn’t imagine himself walking during commencement graduated and now holds a media specialist internship where he is highly successful.
I intend to further push my dedication beyond my education, and into the work I choose to follow up with in life. If I were invited to attend ASMSA, I would focus my studies around a science stand point, with classes such as Biomedical Physics, Anatomy, Physiology, Immunology, etc. ; my studies would be limitless. ASMSA will advance my learning skills and help to prepare me into becoming successful. ASMSA’s rigorous courses help students, willing to challenge themselves, to be more studious and driven in their work.
I plan on obtaining my masters in nursing and becoming a neonatal nurse. Without taking science courses at River Valley, becoming a nurse would have never crossed my mind. As a sophomore I took biology where I learned about topics such as genetics and how different genes can affect an offspring. In chemistry I became fascinated with the idea of mixing different elements and chemicals to make something brand new and in anatomy I was taught about the skeletal, muscle and nervous systems which we were able to better see through
I want to play for Mitty and be part of the Mitty heritage of camaraderie and success. I know several people that have graduated from Mitty and they all have nothing but great experiences from their high school years. Those people were confident and grounded. When I went to shadow at Mitty on December 2nd, the people there were so nice and friendly, which made me feel like I was a part of
Now, I am proud of myself. I did not give up. I believe that next year 's summer, I can successfully complete all my courses and graduated from
From going to this program, I realized why I wanted to Claflin University because there is a plethora of talent and culture that engulfs the University. Lastly, the alumni, board, authority figures and students are all invited to attend to celebrate the years and history Claflin has built and continues to build with the students that keep attending the University. From attending the 147th Founders Day Convocation, people described it as boring and mundane to attend. However, as the program progressed, it is obvious that the program is far from being mundane. The first part of the
As a hopeful future undergraduate at IUPUI, I am eager to participate in the nursing program. Currently I am taking a class at my high school that will allow me to become a certified nursing assistant if I pass the state exam. Although I have only started this school year, I can tell that I have found my passion through nursing. With this simple goal, I plan to focus on my school work and dedicate my time at IUPUI. Besides the school aspect, I also want to participate in numerous extracurricular activities offered.
I always want to get a chance to do research on medicinal plants to ascertain its efficacy for diseases, and apply into modern medicines or natural health care products. Also, the chemistry courses that I have taken here at GSU have instilled in me a curiosity about the functions of substances that are visible only under the microscope. I feel that participating in the Honors College’s internship programs and advanced research projects will allow me to accumulate good experience, build strong relationships with my professors
Duke Auditorium. This student event allows candidates to introduce themselves and explain how their platform will benefit the entire student body and the NCCU campus. “It was such a great feeling seeing the incoming freshman being involved and taking that first step of leadership within their class,” says Junior Class President Brianne Gill The event was great in attendance and showed a great amount of school spirit and support. “I always knew that when I came to college I would want to get involved my freshman year and make a difference within my first year of college. I felt as though running for the Freshman Class Vice President would be something I would be great at,” Freshman Candidate Taniqua Hanson explains.
Continuing to offer advice for my future as a scientist, she recommended that I be versatile in different areas of science. She finds that studying a variety of fields offers a "deeper appreciation of science and a broader perspective on scientific problems" so that "one can make the most progress and succeed in a field of choice or opportunity." With that in mind, I aim to study Cellular and Molecular Biology in college, gaining knowledge in not just one, but two different
The Interview with Dr. Charles Spencer, Assistant Professor and researcher in the Biology department, was a quite interesting one. This interview was by far the one I was looking forward to the most, not only because next semester I will have him as a professor, but because he works in an area very close to what I aspire to work in. The questions I asked him encompassed a lot of the details of his early career, such as how he started work in research while he was still an undergraduate student, and I also asked him more in depth questions about the motivations behind his RDC course. Was the transition and change from Missouri/Tennessee to El Paso a drastic one? Where there any difficulties related to it?