I am writing this letter of recommendation for a very dear student of mine; his name is Eddie Bryan Cubillo and he is an exemplary student. I have known Eddie for approximately 5 years and my how he has grown. I met him as a rambunctious student who thought the world revolved around him. Isn’t that the best news? No, but in reality I’m not writing this letter to let you know how Eddie received the best marks in my class or of his intelligence, anyone can be intelligent and receive good marks in a course, no, I am writing this letter to discuss how aware Eddie really is.
My favorite feeling is being content, which is hard to express. So, one of my biggest struggles in leading the team was showing my emotions in a way that encouraged all of us to improve. Through this experience I learned the importance of having a good attitude even when underneath you are frustrated. The power of positivity is something I still struggle with, but I have been able to more fully apply it to my life since realizing
I managed to grasp the basic concepts of learning in grammar school only to succumb to the same people and pressures in high school. I achieved honor roll status in my freshman year of high school. Regardless, I fell off track puberty, peer pressure, and hardheadedness were my worst enemy. I conclude, moving out of my first foster home where I stayed for 13 years would satisfy my curiosities and mysteries of the street. Dr. Moorer states, "Like many of us, I thought I could fix my own problems."
What I found surprising was that I am a strategist. I never saw myself as strategist and now I feel especially honored to be a strategist because Jesus was also a strategist. I am really excited about tapping into each and every one of these themes and discovering the best me. I feel that now I have been given tools to change and improve myself first and then people around
At the time of writing this paper I am 23 years old. Through these last 5 years I have grown a lot and gained an outlook of what I want to do in life but I realize I'm not perfect, and I never will be. Even this summer I have dropped 2 classes but God willing and time management on my side, I will successfully take classes to finish out my Associate's Degree in the fall and spring. The correct amount of classes for me. Not how many the advisor thinks I should take, not too many due to people asking me when I will finish my degree, not in a rush.
In the beginning of my freshman year of school, the Guard program was not strong but because I wanted to join, I started to build the program. This building process taught me that if you’re willing to work hard for something then you can succeed. The summer after my sophomore year I attended the Drum Major Academy. Looking back I can't believe how many lessons I learned. My first day of
I believe I have always pursued for what is best for me and I continue to do so. Dedicated is what I like to describe myself as, whether it is in school or at work. I will always accomplish more than I can, without the help of others. It gives me value for being an independent person, which I believe makes me stand out from other candidates. 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.
Throughout my life, I truly believed that I was amazing at writing due to the grades I received on my essays in the English class. I thought it would be totally impossible not to be enrolled into Honors English my freshman year. However, the impossible became possible, and I was placed into regular English which devastated me. This made me seek revenge towards the school, to show them the mistake that they had committed, so I set up a goal to be accepted into Honor English 2 my sophomore year. To this day, I remember the anxiety flowing through me as I received my sophomore schedule from the school staff.
One lesson that I learned regarding future team experiences is that a team name and a contract are crucial. This was also my first time creating a Gantt chart and I intend to use them in all my future team projects, it’s a great way to stay organized and make sure everything is on track. A contract cuts down on confusion, I have had way too many team projects where the consequences of not participating were unclear, some team members had no idea what their responsibilities were, who was in charge of what parts, when team meetings were, and when team due dates were. For previous team projects, I always tried to create an outline, but a contract and a Gantt chart really helped tremendously and I realized that the starting/planning stages of any team are crucial to the long-term success of a team. I also learned the importance of how my attitude during a training could influence the trainees’.
I want to be there for my students and help them understand that there aren’t all bad people. Not many children have strong male role models in their lives and it really needs to be addressed. Just by simply being there for my students and letting them know that I am on their team really makes a difference in their
By not being a responsible and dedicated student, he opened himself up for failure. On his last year of high school, Jim received a letter stating that he had received an F for my class and therefore could not graduate. He lacked five required units. Jim managed to obtain a “D” in