I am hard working and take joy in helping others. This allows me to inspire people to also help others. My Academic Track Records, my financial need, and my extensive community involvement all make me a great Schulich Leader.
Human connection is an essential component to keep our world stirring in a happy and healthier way. Zernitsky’s artwork illustrates a handful of individuals coming together to distribute a bigger and brighter purpose for the world. Hands signify assistance and this hand full of individuals assist the world in generating social connection. Growing up, being socially connected has not solely been a contribution but it has become a part of me. I have always believed there was something indescribably wonderful about being a part of a classroom of individuals who are linked together for the same purpose.
I loved the way it made me feel. When I started to help, I did it as a way to get community service. I thought it was the best experience. I decided I wanted to keep helping out even if I did not need community service hours. I felt comfortable being around kids.
When I first came to University of Bridgeport, I first heard about their dental hygiene program from my advisor, who had positive feedback to say about the program. Yet, he told me how competitive it was, because he wanted to make sure this was going to be the right path for me to pursue and that I could handle the pressure. My grades were not the question matter in this case. I set a pretty good standard for myself to follow to keep my place in the deal list, while aiming to advance myself in the presidential list. The most important thing for me was to make up my mind on what I see myself doing in the future, besides the need for nitpicking career jobs that are saved and guaranteed a satisfying salary.
Thank you for sharing your experiences. I learned a lot from you. And this experience and learning, I will always treasure. To my co – thesis adivsees, friends, and blockmates, this journey would not have been bearable if not for you guys. Thank you for the moments, laughter, hardships, sleepless nights, stories, and experiences that we shared.
I work multiple concession stands, whether it’s for basketball, softball, or baseball games and I also volunteer to work scoreboard for volleyball or basketball tournaments on the weekends. Lastly, this past Christmas all of the chorus members walked around town and went caroling to local businesses, such as the library, the fire station, and the bank. Because this was our first time caroling, I considered it a great experience and plus, it allowed the community to get free entertainment. I enjoy helping out the community
I had five different positions that needed to be filled and they were split into eight different shifts giving student a break to attend their classes. I made the deadline for registration forms on November 22. This gave me time to make laminated time cards for each patient that is donating and finalize the appointment sheet. As my appointment sheet began to fill up and the date started to get closer, I decided to reach out to the community.
My camera allowed me to show the people around me my life perspective as a person of Autism which is not the same as other people. In elementary school I entered my photos in the PTA sponsored “Reflections” competition and won several awards at school, district and state levels. These opportunities helped me socially as people took note of my work and would praise me for my work, accepting me for who I am. I could gain more acceptance as I was on my middle school yearbook staff. As I transition into high school I began to take photography, graphic design and illustration and animation courses to prepare for my future as an animator.
Nickolas Hartman 1:24 PM (5 hours ago) to Paris, Alexis, Eliza All, It was awesome to hear about all the meetings and events coming together last week. We are less than a week out from several of our events and two weeks out from many of the rest. I look forward to seeing what we can roll out as a group and seeing the success of all of our events. Also a big thank you to those STUCO members who helped and ran the Julia Bargman run on Saturday. This a great event and has a huge impact on our community.
She when to say two weeks ago, they celebrated multi culture day and for the entire week they extend invite to the students’ family for them to be involved to either do show and tell or a play participation. For instance, a pupil in grade 5 who is a Caucasian from England parents did a tea party to present their culture, but to associate it with Bahamian culture to show the similarities. They also infused field trips or visited the workplace or restaurants of the cultural diversity or caused the school’s chef prepare a menu centered around the school theme that week to mention a few. I easily identify with the students of culture having to work in an tourism sector , taught at
I wanted to start a club about cups. Ever since I was 7 years old I wanted to start a club for cupstacking and teach others this wonderful skill. Cupstacking involved stacking cups in sequences while also trying to get the fastest time possible. It started in the summer of 2015 and I taught summer camp children cupstacking just for fun. Then I started thinking, “What if I started a cupstacking club in my old school?”
Once everyone was in their seats at rehearsal all the tickets that were to be given to the family members were distributed to the graduates. All of the graduates were split up into their academy and lined up by last name. The names were called and the walks were practiced. Once everyone had taken their practice walkthrough, we were seated again and told the do’s and don’ts of graduation night. I then left graduation rehearsal to go get my nails and makeup done.
This is due to the fact that I live in a serene and safe community that has blessed me with the opportunity to attain an excellent education and has allowed me to access its resources. Club Fiesta Mexicana 4-H is an extracurricular
I would like to attend Archbishop Mitty High School for many reasons. Some of those reasons are the community, the academics, and the athletics. After shadow days, the open house, and hearing from students one of the primary reasons to attend Archbishop Mitty High School is the community. The students and teachers really know and care about each other. There is so much love to go around for everyone.