Dear Alpha Beta Chapter of Gamma Phi Delta, Inc., President and Members: Please accept this letter as notice of my resignation from the Alpha Beta Chapter of Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. My last day of membership will be October 20, 2015. It has been a pleasure working with you and the members over the years. Some of the highlights of the Sorority were belonging to such a wonderful Sisterhood, attending my first Regional and having the opportunity to add to my leadership skills, for that I am so grateful. At this time I am the primary caregiver for my mother, working on completing a portfolio in Nonprofit Management by December 2015 and working from home. I am available to help recruit, volunteer, make referrals, and will make certain
She was also awarded best dressed 2008 and appeared 2 times in Vogue Magazine (source #6). In September 2007, she was awarded #58 in the most academically skilled in the Harvard 100 which was a book about valuable students once had (source #6). In 2015, she teamed up with her husband to make the "Lets Girl Learn" act to help young women to accomplish their goals and not be afraid to put themselves out there and she raised about $5 million (source #2). while being the first lady she also took care of her 2 daughters Malia and Sasha Obama (source #1). When she was the first lady she helped countless people, supported feminism, and created many acts to help not only women but also obese children and military families.
I have had the opportunity to make amazing friends in and out of my sorority, meet impressive alumni at our international conference, and learn about and actively advocate for our wonderful philanthropy. Furthermore, being in an organization with 200+ girls really helps you learn about yourself and others more than any other experience in college. I am proud, blessed and thankful to wear my
Leadership is the main characteristic that shapes me. I 've been cheerleading for my high school for four years. In June of this year, I was selected to be Captain of the varsity cheerleading team for my senior year. A few months later I campaigned and became President of my Legal Systems Class. Being selected for both positions has given me great opportunities to show my leadership skills.
The captains band represents an intuition of the burning desire to lead a group of young women throughout the duration of a ninety-minute game. It’s an honor to be the one who leads the team to success and to pick the team back up whenever we may fall. Being the captain of the team was earned. The
July 2019 Distal Goals • Join a professional business woman’s group for networking purposes ( September 2018) • Obtain the credential of Doctorate of Educational Leadership (December 2019) • Continue presentations at professional conferences within professional field (2x annually) • Present at a professional conference outside my field (1x annually by July 2019) Personal Plans The personal planning section provides information on motivational techniques and strategies to assist in staying on track to reach distal and peak goals. Optimism in a leader, defined as being enthusiastic and hopeful about the future, has been found to improve followers optimism which increases work engagement and enhances goal achievement (Hanssen et al., 2015; Tims, Bakker, & Xanthopoulou, 2011). To maintain optimism, fifty-eight years of life experience has provided a positive effect from the following practices for this author with most techniques also backed by research. A list of these personal practices is presented here. • Spend daily time in prayer and Bible reading (Rodgers & Gago, 2006) • Read inspirational quotes and messages from uplifting
Dr. Cheryl Steele--A "Goddess" of Teaching In previous articles, I’ve written about the importance of connecting with teenagers long after they have been ‘officially’ yours. Perhaps they were in your charge when they were in middle school or junior high, and now, they are in senior high, they have graduated high school, or maybe have gone on to graduate college, get married and have children of their own. Regardless of any of those landmarks (as significant as they may be), still recognizing your kids from when they were early teenagers can be extremely empowering to them. I was blessed enough to have a PERFECT example of such an adult who was one of my mentors in my early adolescence. She kept in touch with how I was doing after graduation
In this story the reader is going to follower her on this surprising journey. Marguerite Johnson has been waiting on this day all year long; GRADUATION DAY!!! It’s a big accomplishment for her and the people in her community. Marguerite was so excited, so as the people that knew her personally. Her
I realize this dream continues to come closer to reality. I will be graduating high school next year with my Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). This is an advantage as I apply for nursing school. This career best fits me because I will have the necessary qualities and skills needed, I will have the education required, and I am going to significantly impact the lives of others. Human beings have unique characteristics that make them who they are today.
I am extremely honored to be eligible for this opportunity to apply for the National Honor Society. Becoming a member of the National Honor Society has been a goal I set for myself since I was a student in middle school. I have been greatly looking forward to this moment for a very long time. Overall, I have worked incredibly hard these last two years to display a positive character and obtain qualities such as leadership, responsibility, and scholarship. I strongly believe I will be a productive and reliable member of the National Honor Society at Harvard H. Ellis Technical High School.
From that one conversation, I placed in the top ten of all North Carolinian 's for my event and got to finally reassure my capabilities in being an adult woman. I had never been more proud of myself knowing that I am so much stronger than I had ever thought. After that week I found a job, started exploring colleges, and made new friends for the upcoming year. That one day changed my perspective on what is ahead for me and who I can be. That is why I aspire to attend the University of Chapel Hill to prove to myself that I am not average, but, I am exceptional and deserve to be at an exceptional
They hope to equip many diverse individuals to achieve and maintain social, physical, financial, intellectual and spiritual well-being. Their vision is to provide a safe environment for all women and girls to come together and experience opportunities, awareness, and action, diversity and inclusiveness and partnership with others. What do we do? We volunteer at the events that help raise the funds that go towards their annual mammograms for uninsured women and the scholarships that allow women of all ages to go back to college who did not get the chance or finish to go before. Each year around 500 scholarships are awarded, that go towards high school graduates or older women who choose to go back to school to either get or finish their degree; in order to
TNSCTP Scholarship Letter Athlete: Madelynn Weas Madelynn has been voted President of Str8 Shooters Clay Team by her teammates for the last 2 years. She fills the role perfectly with her drive for knowledge, she has been in a leadership roll for years as a 4H Honors/Allstar member. I think that this has helped her perfect her pursuit through coaching or mentoring shotgun sports with SCTP. I can always rely on her to work with me on our new and upcoming youth, her form and stance will always be textbook, this seems to help the youth understand what goal we are working towards. She could and will pursue the roll of coaching to the next level in the future.