Im a loving wife to husband, Jason Jarrard and mother to son, Gavin (18) and stepdaughter, Ashleigh (15). I have always loved beautiful smiles and gorgeous teeth. In the fall 2004, I went to Olympia Career Institute to become a dental assistant, finished top of my class. I completed one month internship with Oral Surgeon, Dr Hyland. My professional journey started in June 2004, working with Dr. Ken Beadling D.D.S.
For as long as I can remember, I have always wanted to be an Orthodontist. Since freshman year when I first heard about the senior project, I have always known that I wanted to do mine on job shadowing my Orthodontist, Dr. Chaffee. Mike Chaffee and my mom both went to Texas A&M University, so they have always been close since I first got my braces in the 6th grade. Since then we have always talked about my senior project and how he would help me every step of the way. I want my paper and my job shadowing project to give me an inside look on what it is truly like to be an Orthodontist.
Michael and Caren was dating 1 year and Michael proposed to Caren halftime of a Murray State basketball game. Eventually Caren got pregnant with twins. After the pregnancy they continued their lives as one happy family. Michael Arneson currently still a professor for Murray State University as one of the best professor on
I live with my mother for now until I 'm able to get myself an apartment. My three year old son 's name is AJ, he keeps my hands full on a daily basis. I 've learned so much with him it amazes me. He helped me grow to the person I 'am today. I 'm forever thankful to God for allowing me to become a
I am remembered for my strength and courage. I was able to translate for the explorers and the Shoshone tribe and many others. During the travels I was reunited with my brother and he told me that Father, Pine Girl and Mother had died. Lewis and Clark gave her a week to spend with her people before they continued on their
The very first day of deer season my uncle wakes me up at a very early hour. He then informs me I will be sitting in my own deer stand about half of a mile from the shack. I first bundle up in a sweatshirt, wool socks, orange bibs and an orange coat. Then I start walking to the deer stand. Mother nature seemed to want to punish all hunters on this day because the
Chaplain Walker has represented himself and the US Army in an exemplary manner while serving as a leader and volunteer for a non-profit organization that raised over $70,000 in scholarship funds for underprivileged children. He also served as a mentor for 17 underprivileged youth, guiding them from high school into college providing 1000 volunteer hours. In his current assignment as the Deputy Command Chaplain, for Army South, Joint Base San Antonio, Chaplain Walker provided strategic input for Theater Security Cooperation missions and outstanding religious support for contingency operations in the United States Southern
Ben Mikaelsen lives in a log cabin in the mountains near Bozeman, Montana, with his wife, Connie. Therefore, they are always surrounded by nature. Ben and Connie adopted and raised a 750 pound black bear and named him Buffy! Ben and Buffy were best friends and they loved each other. Sadly, in the fall of 2010, when Buffy went into hibernation, his body gave out and he passed away.
I have a wealth of experience and knowledge that make me a highly qualified candidate. I have worked for over twenty years as a speech therapy assistant, and began working in the schools a few years ago. Since working in the schools, I decided that I want to become a teacher. I have become recently certified through ABCTE for Elementary Education and Special Education, and I am waiting to receive my Idaho license. The last two years I have worked in the schools as a speech therapy assistant.
of animal food had been collected. On December 18th, 2013, I finally achieved my goal and became an Eagle Scout, the first of my friends to do so. My five year long journey was finally complete. Through my journey to Eagle Scout I learned many useful skills. In moving up the ranks, I learned the importance of proper planning and being prepared for any possible scenario.
She worked tirelessly to provide opportunities for growth and an environment that fostered learning. 21 years later, I am proud to be the first member of my family to attend college. The experiences I have gained along my transition from a curious youth in Stockton, California to an undergraduate preparing for graduate school have afforded me a unique outlook on life. My hopes are to contribute my perspective to the diversifying researcher community. Looking back, my motivation to pursue research truly began in Stockton while volunteering with demented elderly individuals at a nursing home.