In conclusion, Clark Griffin is a great role model for millennials for many great reasons. Many people look up to her from her group sent to the ground and it is justified because of Clark’s will to keep everyone alive and safe. She proves that women can lead just as well as men and she shows her true bravery and intelligence through her leadership. Clark is not perfect and she makes mistakes, but that only makes her human; she does her best to learn from every one of her mistakes and to not make it again. She is a great influence to her people and to anyone else looking up to
After working a few different places and being laid off I soon decided it was time to look toward my future. I returned to Highline Community College I did not know what I wanted to do after school but was more focused on each class and who I could learn. Towards the end of my time at Highline I took an introduction class to psychology, I feel in love with the idea of being able to help people. I choose Central Washington University’s psychology program to receive my Bachelor’s degree. During my senior year while attending Central Washington University I narrowed down what Master’s program what wanted to enroll in to help with the career that I want to have.
Thus, my mother decided that I will change my school the next year so for me to transfer I had to really work hard in the last term, term 3, so I can get accepted as an 11th grader. For the next two months that was left of the school year, I stayed up late to study and went to my teachers to seek help. I was eager to show everyone that I can pass this school year. After the two months, I sat for my final exams. I was so nervous and afraid of failing that I will stop my exam for a few minutes to just focus again.
The idea that education is a vital part of life if a value that I have understood since a very young age. As my mother cared for my siblings and I at a young age she did not have the opportunity to attend university and has faced some struggles in her professional life due to this. Because of this, my mother made a commitment to give me the best possible opportunities available; This led to me being very lucky and obtaining a bursary for Robert Gordon’s College, this created a great opportunity for me and was, what I believe to be, the main factor in pushing me towards understanding the importance in hard work and dedication in order to get where you desire in life. Because of my mother sacrifices over the years I have been able to devote the time and energy that was needed in order for me to obtain a
As I was searching for colleges my mom and I were talking because I had known that I wanted to go a little further for school because I need some place to transition for myself. The places I had chosen scared my mom because she would hear on the news that something bad had happened to a transgender person in that state. So I was having a really hard time finding a school. So what I decided to do some research into schools that are LBTGQI+ friendly which and I come upon UW Milwaukee while I was searching. This discovered made me really happy because it was something that was not to far from where my family is but also gave me that distance so I would be able to grow.
You must study and become educated” Two years ago, at her mother’s deathbed, Maria promised she would not give up her dream of getting a good education" ‘(P 1. L 36-41) In this quote we can see when she makes the promise to her mother. Her mother believes she is different and therefore has the opportunity to get an education. She does not want her daughter to end up like the others with no education. Every choice Maria makes henceforward is based on that promise she made to her mother.
My grandmother would also be my hero. She always does anything she can to ensure that I and everyone else in my family and her own friends are a safe and comfortable. She has also effected the way I have changed from the time I was a child to now. If she was not the person I know her to be then I guarentee that I would not be the same person I am today. When I was a child I did not care about the consistencies of things and now I understand that everything I do and change will end as something different.
I was Johor Matriculation College student. Actually I got an offer to entered diploma but I choose matriculation. Most of my friends said to me that life as a matriculation student is challenging and difficult. They afraid that they cannot follow learning style in matriculation. But my parent say if we don 't try then we don 't know so I choose to go there.
My mother tried to go to college at Ball State, but she barely finished a year before she decided it wasn’t for her. My father only did brief certification classes and/or tests; this was so he could get a better job or higher pay. Conventional college was not for him, in his words. I wasn’t sure if college was right for me because of my parents’ experiences. I was back to the “what do I want to be when I grow up?” thoughts, with no resolution in sight.
Every day I try to make myself disposable to others in that same way, rather its taking time out to go to the park with my daughter or reading her a story before she goes to bed. Or rather its taking the time to be patient with my coworkers and understand their opinions and concerns in order to let them know that they are a valued member of our team overall. I have learned to live my life in a way to make others feel how I want to feel. It brings me great pride to see my daughter also doing these things at a young age. Taking time out to volunteer in the community and sacrifice for those in greater need than
When I was a little girl, my mother taught me to have a caring heart for the people I love. She encouraged me to volunteer to help my grandparents around their home emptying the dishwasher, picking up brush in the yard, folding the clothes, and helping with supper and the mountain of dishes that followed. I never realized how important this act of kindness would shape my life the way it has. I have always had a great desire to work with children; through experience, I know that I have an abundance of dedication and desire to guide a child in the way a mentor would to shape their life. By volunteering for the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, a nonprofit organization, I will have the opportunity to pair with a child in hopes of reaching out
Why People Follow My mother has had the most positive influence in my daily life. From childhood into adulthood I have made plenty mistakes and gotten into trouble. During My struggles I turn to my mother for guidance. She may not be the most affectionate person, but she will be my foundation. She comes to my aide whenever I need her making her a reliable person that I can depend on.
Seeing the instant gratification of my patients when I would help them restored my hope that nursing is my calling. However, during this time my hopes and dreams were being dashed, school after school kept turning me down because my grade point average was not good enough. Then one day I got an acceptance letter from Neumann University saying that I was accepted to their nursing program but they did not have space for me and I would have to change my major to early and special education, I called and accepted this major. Within the week I was contacted by Alvernia University telling me that I needed to finish my application and meet with Dr. Symanski. After consulting with both Dr. Symanski and Dr. Greenawald I was accepted on the spot to Alvernia University, and my hope was restored, I could really live out my dreams of being a nurse.