In the past, I was the treasurer for my high school’s DECA club and I was also in charge of running my high school’s store. Last winter I became part of Merrimack’s Orientation staff, which I believe shows student leadership because I was responsible for helping the incoming freshmen acclimate to college and become responsible individuals. Being an Orientation staff member required a lot of professionalism because we were in charge of making sure we were always on time for events and respectful to the presenters and each other. Last spring, I was hired at Shaw’s Supermarket and I have recently been promoted to work in the Customer Service Desk. I believe my position shows leadership outside of campus because I am responsible for making sure
On the other hand, I think it was great to have the experience as long as it made me more money. In the beginning, I started working when I was 17 years old. I worked at a retail store in Bloomfield, New Jersey after school and on the weekend. I began working at an early age because I want to stand on my own feet and I do not want to rely on my family. In the essay “Working at Wendy’s,” Joey Franklin states, “I only applied here because I knew I would get hired, says Sara the first night I work with her.” This situation related to my experience when I am hunting the job.
Have you ever thought of reading a guide about how to deal with a certain group of people, at work? Would you read it if it was written by someone with experience in your field? Well, Kathryn Tyler, a Generation X freelance writer with a background in human resources and training, wrote “The Tethered Generation,” which was published on May 2007 in HR Magazine, an article that suggest that human resources professionals should learn how to manage, ahead of time, incoming millennials, us, in the workforce. What would you think, millennials? Tyler is able to reach human resource professionals, the readers of HR Magazine in a way that compels them.
Then, that was when I became curious and interested in the dental field. When I was applying for colleges, I kept in mind that I wanted to become a dentist. And, even since I came to the United States and visited the dentist the experience kept me interested. In my second semester I took my first introduction to dental hygiene, I have learned a clearer understanding of what a dental hygienist does and the key difference between a dentist. And also last month I had the opportunity to shadow a second year student working her patient Barbra.
I think that if I am above others at communicating in my field and comprehending everything that they say and or ask that I will be a high valued asset in their company/ business. This is important to me because I want to get a good job and to do my job the most efficient way possible, and the start is by knowing how to
In my BIS 101 class, I was told to schedule an interview with Central Michigan University’s handshake program. It allows the students to imitate an interview with a peer and get immediate feedback on how to improve. I attended my interview about a month ago and I learned three several aspects after attending. The first aspect I learned while attending the interview was the BAR method. It is often used with answering questions that involve scenarios.
I went to volunteer at an elementary international languages program set up by the tdsb located at Henry Kelsey Public School .In this reflection I will be writing about my time at Henry Kelsey. First I will talk about what I did during my job. Secondly I will be talking about how my role and how it affected others in the program. Finally I’ll be explaining how my volunteering relates to being a global citizen. It all started when i thought about the 40 hours needed to complete high school.
My name is Claudia Pinto. This is my second semester at Saddleback College. I decided to major in Social work when I came back to school. I work full time at Hoag Hospital I decided that after a few years it was time to go back to school and learn more about a social worker. One of my favorite quotes on social work is, “I want to inspire people.
INTRODUCTION Last fall I took a course in project management. Together with my group we made a re-search paper about a global merger and how the project managers soft skills were part of making the project successful. During our research I understood the importance of the managers soft skills on the employee performance. The subject is interesting and has potential as a subject for my master’s thesis. Today organizations are paying more attention on managers’ people skills.
My goals as a UCM student are to achieve a greater knowledge of business and to prepare myself for life outside of school. Currently I am a high school senior at Skyline in Urbana, Missouri. In my senior I am taking Pre-Calculus, Business Management/Leadership, Business Tech, and Computer Applications to try and further my knowledge of business and computers so I may have a better understand these subjects before i get into college. Starting this year I have become involved in FBLA and will be competing in contests. I am currently the captain of the Scholar 's Bowl team for my high school.