In "My Vassar College Commencement Speech for the Class of 2015" Arianna Huffington wrote and delivered this speech to the Vassar College graduating class of 2015. Ms. Huffington is the co-editor and chief of the Huffington Post. She 's a well-known Greek novelist and is highly credited for her contributions to journalism and politicism. She has sufficient background to speak on her chosen topic of technology. More specifically, Huffington spoke about the excess of technology creates obsession in our younger generations.
Kristy Brown, a senior in the department of political science at The University of Memphis that works at the Tennessee Treasury Legal Compliance & Audit department as a legislative aide and as a weekend Unit Coordinator at Methodist University Hospital. Kristy spends her free time as an active member of Phi Sigma Alpha, a Political Science Honors Society and a mentor for The Tiger Success Institute for first generation college grads. A budding philanthropist that is actively involved in her community by volunteering for various non profit programs, such as the Junior League of Memphis and assisting in the planning of Expungement Clinics, a community wide event that helps to clean the records of those that have paid their debt to society. Kristy
The Texas Darlins award scholarships in recognition of leadership abilities, financial need, and academic excellence. Each semester, outstanding young women join this great organization to strengthen their knowledge, leadership, and integrity within themselves and to further the betterment of their community. This scholarship will award those notable members, and celebrate their contribution to the Texas Darlins and Austin community. We rely on the life-long support of our alumnae to sustain their passion for sisterhood, service, and spirit for our collegians. Texas Darlins withholds a mission to advance the Spirit Group’s vision to be recognized as a premier female organization.
The Kappa Kappa Gamma Leadership Consultant job is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for your daughter. She is applying because she has already exhibited strong leadership and organizational skills. In one year, your daughter will be able to enhance these skills, travel across this great country, receive professional training and support, create lifelong friendships with her team members, and make a positive impact on many collegiate women and optimize their Kappa experience. As a graduate of the Field Representatives program, I was thrilled when my daughter, Whitney, pursued this opportunity as her first job out of college. She is now in her first year of law school and ready to tackle the rigors of her studies in large part due to her Leadership
Good morning Hollie, It was a pleasure meeting you at Women Who Brunch this weekend. Thank you for considering purchasing an advertisement for the Ms. Phi Beta Sigma Scholarship Pageant at the University of Houston. In preparation for this pageant I have been challenging myself to explore service in ways I have not before by hosting empowerment projects in both the Chicago and Houston metropolitan areas. Just recently, I partnered with the Chicago clothing line, Almvghty to raise money for an anti violence youth program on the city 's south side. Since November, I have been leading a African American literature club with Project Row House 's Third Ward College Bound Program.
Name: Asia Tillison Major: Social Work Campus Involvement: President& Founder of Sisterhood of Success Organization, Peer Mentor, Sga Senate Member, Social Work Club Member, National Society of Leadership & Success (Sigma Alpha PI), Asia Tillison was born July 27,1993, and was raised by her grandmother Mary Tillison in Wilmington , Delaware. After her college career she aspires to continue to work with the adolescents in impoverished areas while working in school settings and participating in Community work. One of her main aspirations is to start her own non- profit organization geared towards young females. Asia truly believes that all ladies are queens with the assistance to reach their full potential. Platform: Embrace your Inner
One past leadership position that I held in high school was the presidential seat of National Honor Society. Through this leadership position, I’ve gained communication skills between teachers and fifty students in the organization. I’ve promoted and facilitated community service activities. I’ve also learned to engage actively with colleagues and branch out of my comfort zone, especially when it is something I am passionate about. As the president, I delegate responsibilities to board members that I worked closely with to achieve the organization’s goals.
I would like to recommend Jessica McCloe Brasch as a candidate for a position with your University. I met Mrs. Brasch when she was my Television Production teacher at Wissahickon High School. Throughout my three years as her student, she inspired and prepared me for the job I hold today. As an anchor and reporter at WENY News in Elmira, New York, Mrs. Brasch taught me life lessons about the evolving world of news and media. She was also an excellent adviser in preparing her students to excel in college media programs.
Our daughter Nikki Chehrazi is in her final year at Stratford Middle School and is anticipating a memorable high school experience. We have always been involved in her education by communicating frequently with her teachers, as well as monitoring her progress everyday. As parents, our criteria for choosing the right high school are the academic reputation, the curriculum, and the extracurricular activities. A strong curriculum is essential for college readiness. However, we highly value the impact of the school’s social environment on the students’ lives and their future success.
During my time with the club I often met with Kiwanis (A organization of volunteers), soon I learned that Kiwanis created The Key club to give high school students an opportunity to serve their community. I also uncovered that The Georgia Institute of Technology also enjoys a Kiwanis club. In terms of service I believe that through community service, I may make a positive contribution to Georgia Tech upon arrival. I am very excited to join Kiwanis in college. I have always served locally, but I am exuberant to assist broader
IRC RA APPLICATION: 10. Write a brief personal statement that describes any relevant personal characteristics, strengths, skills, or experiences that would make you a good candidate for the RA position. (300 words max) “For unity in the Saint Thomas More Community, elect Alaina Robinson as Junior Class President”, I asserted, apprehensive of my fate as a future class representative. My role in the Student Government Association as Junior Class President (JCP) has been one of the most meaningful pledges during my scholastic years. I was afforded the opportunity to demonstrate my innate strengths as a critical thinker, exemplify the integrity necessary to effectively collaborate with others, and illuminate my untapped leadership abilities.
I believe Madonna University would be the perfect fit for my college choice. I have seen the college due to my older sister graduating there with her Bachelors of Science in Nursing which I plan on doing as well. Multiple organizations I would like to join are Madonna University Nursing Student Association (MUSNA) ,Early Childhood Club or Hispanic/Latino Heritage Club. At Crestwood High School, I play first base for the varsity softball team and would love to play for Madonna 's softball team. I would like to go to Madonna University because their graduate student’s achieve Christian humanistic values in their students, intellectual inquiry, respect for diversity, and commitment to serving others through a liberal arts education.
She sacrifices her time during hours of helping out in Key Club as a freshman representative and tech editor. She also represents Chino Hills High School as a junior varsity swimmer on the swim team. Her family, friends, and future career motivate her, and she believes that anything can be accomplished through persistence and determination. Isabella is a role model
She expanded her skills to a service to military family caseworker along with acquiring disaster training and teaching others in CPR/First Aid and babysitting – all before graduating high school. During college, her love for the community expanded as she joined Circle K International, the collegiate form of Kiwanis International, and at her first meeting volunteered to chair Community Services and Awareness Week, an entire week dedicated to community awareness and volunteer projects. She was recognized by the Florida District as Outstanding Club Member for her work and elected to serve as Citrus Lieutenant Governor and the District’s Convention Chair. For her
In Miles Corwin’s novel, And Still We Rise, his first-person speaker, Anita Moultrie, unfailingly proves how proud she is of her community in South-Central Los Angeles. Corwin published the book in April of 2000...... Moultrie teaches her students in order to let them become proud of becoming part of black community in South-Central. Throughout the novel, Corwin consistently advocates against the brutality of racism in relation to black students in inner-city schools by including Moultrie, a teacher at Crenshaw. Moultrie knows later in life other people will “‘judge them [her students] by the color of their skin’” (Corwin 85). She utilizes pathos to appeal to naive black students to light a fire of anger in them.