During my high school years I have worked at Little Caesars. I fulfilled my community service hours by attending the NJROTC ceca drill meet competition. Both of these positions required skills to work with customers and co-workers. In my opinion I have learned how to effectively communicate with other higher up personal and deal with difficult situations
First, I would like to thank you for considering me for the position as a Family Attorney at your firm, I have spent several years of my life trying to prepare myself for this position. I believe that I would be the best fit for this job because of my educational background, work experience, and the passion I have for the job. During my time at Faulkner University I was at the top of my class with a 4.0 GPA. I was in the National Honor Society where I stood as President. During my time as president of the honor society I was able to receive an additional scholarship for outstanding leadership.
I won second place in broadcasting at regions and advanced to state semi-finals in both broadcasting and storytelling. Utilizing my love of performing, I started auditioning for high school productions at twelve years old. Since then, I have been a part of many plays and have scored various main roles, then having the capability of joining the Thespian Society. Going to Morehead State University as just a Junior in high school opens doors not only for my aspirations of becoming a researcher, but expands the opportunities to apply my talents to make the Academy
I learned how hard it is to manage and run a company and how much work and time is put into the company. David Brown and David Townsend have so much on their hands juggling camps, plays, and cleaning up during the off season, it was great to be apart of helping the two of them complete jobs they wanted to finish. Even though most of the organizing and cleaning that was done while I interned will probably not last long, due to the craziness of finding and putting costumes together that have to represent certain character and have to fit specific actors/actresses. It makes me feel good because I know the work I’ve done will help and make things easier for all of the staff and actors/actresses at the Green Room. The majority of the kids my age don’t want to intern anywhere because they don’t want to work during the summer, but if if all intern sites were as amazing as the Green Room they would probably change their minds.
However, I still believe I need to change my ways. Although I do apply effort, I wait to commit until the last minute. I am a major procrastinator and tend to wait to do everything until the night it is due, as this paper … I know I will not be able to get through life like this, and I intend to use my grit to make time to get things done as soon as possible, even if I also have other things to do. I think by doing this, I will get better results because I would have more time to work and make the project or paper better. Everything in life has obstacles that everyone has to face.
The past couple years, I have participated in “Operation Red Nose”; it is a program that runs from late November to early January and is tasked with ensuring partygoers have a safe ride home. Volunteers help: as drivers, navigators, in hospitality, and by taking calls at ORN headquarters. I have been recognized multiple times for my academic excellence in Math, Science, and various elective courses: including Electronics, Drama, Textiles, and French. Moreover, I have maintained a position on the first class honour roll every year since grade 8. At age 9, I started competitive gymnastics; competing in local and provincial caliber events.
The Oklahoma FFA Association has played a major role in my life. From the day I walked into my high school 's Ag room, I fell in love with the organization. I have always dreamt of becoming a state officer, and leading thousands of others. Because I am a senior this year, I am finally eligible to run for a state office position. Beginning in February, I will campaign and prepare so that I can hopefully be elected for a position this coming May.
Take a position on whether work is the primary factor of your identity and respond accordingly Honestly, I think that work is a primary factor of my identity the job I work for now is not satisfying. I want more out of a job and something that I just get up and go to. I want to enjoy my job just as much as I enjoy life. There’s no growth with this company it like you continue to be in that one space and not going anywhere.my work adjustment is more reactive I’m looking to make changes in myself and environment. If I learn more about myself opens more career opportunity.
I’m trying to develop a show right now, but even if nothing comes of it, I feel it is important to do it. I love acting on television and being a piece of clay for directors to mold. Right now, I don’t really have any aspirations to become a director, but who can say? I love every aspect of the industry, and I wouldn’t ever say no to directing if the opportunity arises. This is just the greatest industry in the world.
What I done this past year to contribute to the Alameda community Learning Center is that me and my friend, Justin planned the fundraisers for the class of 2019. We almost raised 700 dollars for the whole class of 2019 students. Also, I was elected to be an officer of the red cross club next year. So ,my next year 's plan is that, I will encourage everyone to join the red cross club because they can help change the world and aclc, and they can get their community service hours.
As a dedicated student I plan to carry over my skills and devotion into a college setting that will allow me to pursue my education. My educational goals are to attend college, studying Pre-Medicine at Purdue University and continue to Indiana University Medical School to study pathology. My career goals are to become a Forensic Pathologist and move to a large city and maybe, in time, work with a large organization such as the FBI. Though, I am very vested in my education I am also one to have a little fun. Since I was four years old, I have been in dance classes.
On my way to achieving one of my goals and that is to have a life worth living. Constantly pushing myself forward and not backwards, fighting my way out of this mislead life and into a better one. I am going to be continuing on with my career and hoping to one day be above Officer rank. I will also be fighting for one more thing as well and that is the military retirement plan and on to my job I was learning which will probably be a chef but might be a programmer who knows. Now in the long run this is all to achieve a major goal and that is to live wealthy enough to take care of my own family.
Throughout the past four years of my high school career, I have always looked forward to college: the idea of freedom, growing up, and being able to make my own choices; all of these prospects have excited me until a few months ago. As I walked into the auditorium for a meeting about ordering graduation caps and gowns, I did not expect to come out with an entirely new perspective, characterized by fear for college and for surviving without the two people who have taken care of me my entire life. An empowering entrepreneur, Dr. Randall Hansen, CEO and Publisher of EmpoweringSites.com, wrote the article, How to Survive – and Excel in – Your College Years, which contained twenty-five tips to help upcoming college freshman not only survive but
Not only that, I enjoy managing to do certain task and duties on my own, because I enjoy the after feeling of success and the opportunity to help others after. Taking school for granted will never cross my mind, I will continue to make it the centerpiece of my life, until I now I have reached the peak of my career. If I believe that is not enough, I will continue to be ambitious about education and will not settle until I am content with my place in life. Throughout the help of scholarships I know I will be the successful and dedicated student in school to complete my degrees and start my