The Accomplishment of an African American Astronaut Guion S. Bluford, Jr. Have you ever wondered how many African Americans came to be Astronauts? How they became successful and followed their dreams? Well, you will learn all about how one man, changed the future for all African Americans, and his success for keeping them to follow their dreams. He became an inspiration, a heroic character, and a mentor to all races. Guion Bluford paved the way for future African American Astronauts through background, career in space, and accomplishments after awards.
“Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man's desire to understand.” Neil Armstrong answered his own quote by becoming the first person to land the moon and help advance space exploration. For this reason, Neil Armstrong is the most influential person of all time. He is influential for many reasons, some being how machines for space exploration are built, also because of his many achievements and accomplishments, and for how his life story. Neil Armstrong has become a very influential person because he made a big difference to how machines are built for space exploration.
We do not operate alone. We are partners in the joint team. We will recruit, train, and retain America’s best young men and women to provide global vigilance, reach and power to our nation in the 21st century. We will size, shape and operate the force to meet the needs of the nation. America’s Airmen will be smart, sharp, and tough” (U.S. Air Force ROTC, 2014).
100 Years of JROTC 100 years ago in 1916 an amazing program was created sponsored by the United States Armed Forces, Junior Reserved Officers Training Corps, and better known as JROTC. This program “Motivates young people to be better citizens” This program was created to be part of the National Defense Act in 1916. As the US prepared to enter WWI Two levels were created Junior and Senior. Senior ROTC was created for universities and colleges.
The U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) is a program that was designed to teach high school students citizenship values, personal responsibility, and leadership all while using a military structure to teach students teamwork and self discipline. JROTC prepares the future of our nation to be a law abiding citizens in society. With the passage of the National Defense Act of 1916, JROTC was born. Today, in the 21st century, JROTC differs from 100 years ago. Without a doubt, JROTC will change in the 22nd century to adapt to social norms like today.
Her rectitude taught me to take the initiative in my education and in my community. By being accepted into The PCTI chapter of the National Honor Society, I hope to further my education while also developing my character and defining what exactly it is I wish to accomplish in life. I hope having other like minded, self driven peers and mentors surrounding me will push me to reach my potential while I aid them in doing the same. The National Honor Society is more than just another accolade to me.
We each have our own stories just like the soldiers, and come together as a whole to represent something bigger than ourselves and to serve. The FFA motto is “Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, and living to serve” and FFA members passionately embody “living to serve.” We serve our communities, states and nation relentlessly. The organization has allowed me to filter my passion for creativity and technology to bring new passions for young leaders to pursue.
I have worked too hard at her conquest to allow anyone to take her away from me.” This quotation expresses his true personality. His characteristics of being persistent, tactical, and courageous directed him to be a well-known leader. Trusting his abilities to be a victor is his way to come towards victory. His persistency shows that he is a person that has goals that would bring him to success.
Sentences that allow for the redemption and treatment of juveniles rather than a response to control crime. By going to law school, I am hoping to gain a valuable education that will keep me on my path of fighting for the rights of those who are marginalized in our society. An education that will leave a lasting impact on me in the same way that my experiences and courses at Saint Joseph's University were able to do so. I am looking forward to the meaningful experiences that will continue to challenge me to use my privilege to fight systemic oppression in every way that I am able to. My past experiences have shown me that with passion, dedication and hard work, I will be able to face the challenges of a law school experience at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law.
I should be captain because I 'm very hard working and I put in a lot of dedication , I make sure that when given a task I get it done, and I have so much school spirit in me that I would love to show my coaches and my team. Another reason why I should be captain is because I 'm ready for new challenges in cheer and I feel like captain would be a very good challenge for me to achieve. Being a captain might be hard but I 'm ready to take on the responsibility.
To live, study and work with students like me from all across Arkansas, would not only be an honor but an extraordinary and challenging experience for my mental capabilities. Attending ASMSA would be a great opportunity to thoroughly express my hard work ethic and dedication. With my persistence, I could accomplish anything and everything. I believe that by attending ASMSA, I would better help prepare myself for my future and make extraordinary achievements. My role as part of the ASMSA community would not simply be a student, but rather be an achiever.
I believe that my personality and skill set lends itself to a career in advertising and communications, but, what I really want to do is help others in getting the opportunities that they need to change their lives and the lives of others. In order to do all of these things, I hope to first work my way through my undergraduate degree and then move directly into a graduate program. The Honors College is essential in my journey through higher education because it will provide for me the supportive space that I need to be able to continue to grow and implement my longterm goals. During my time at Appalachian I am most interested in making connections globally and locally with people who are as passionate about giving back to the world and learning as I myself am. Additionally,I feel that the rigorous program offered by The Honors College will help me to grow into the student that I will need to be in order to excel not only professionally, but also in a graduate
To me an organization such as the National Honor Society (NHS) is a way for me to strive to do my very best. Not only would it help me try to keep up with my grades, it will also make me more involved with my community through service and leadership. To me NHS is a way to shine through leadership and character in and out of school. It’s also an opportunity to learn how to cooperate with others and their communities. If I am selected to this group, I would contribute to the continued growth and success of the National Honor Society by setting high standards in my grades and achievements.
15 Armbands Justice Abe Fortas and Justice Hugo Black are arguing if certain kinds of speech should or should not be prohibited in an educational setting. Justice Abe Fortas is arguing the majority opinion which says that speech should not be prohibited in an educational setting. The Justice says, “Undifferentiated fear or apprehension of disturbance is not enough to overcome the right of expression,” (4). This means that just because you think something will cause a disturbance and will be bad, that does not give one the right to ban freedom of expression.