Growing up in an unfortunate family, I have learned to take my education seriously and apply for organizations to serve as an inspiration. My interest in working with people who have a similar mindset will assist me in making a difference for the school and the community. With my future as a motivation, applying for NHS will definitely give me the proper knowledge and experience that no other organization will. Alongside those reasons, I will work correctly and try my best in order to become a member of
By him asking questions he now knows the best way to go to keep his crew in safety which can really help his crew and will make sure it will be a safe and smooth ride. Even when some situations may come up, he will do anything to save his crew, even if that means going to
I have the desire and unwavering appetite to achieve perfection, to work the long hours and terrible shifts in order to accomplish the mission. I have a desire to always learn; no matter a CSM or a CW5 there is always the ability to learn new things. I want to become a 140E to benefit the Warrant Officer Cohort and to benefit Air Defense as a whole. To date I have been commended on my technical and tactical knowledge a multitude of times and this will only increase after I become a Warrant Officer. I will never stop learning or becoming better at my job; I will never do it for accolades but, simply to be the best that I can be, to possibly be the best ever.
In this research and discussions with Officers I realized how narrow my views had been, and I learned how vital and closely connected all the branches are. It was in this moment of clarity, I understood, I can commit myself completely to any branch of the Army as an Officer and truly love my job. I still have my preference and know the Physical Therapist program would be my first choice, but I would strive to be the best Officer for my Soldiers in any position which I am assigned. In short, I want to be an Army Officer because of the amazing impact they have on Soldiers lives. No matter the branch, the level of professionalism and formal education placed upon Army Officers makes them the best men and women in the world.
My time in JROTC has been one of the better things that I have done. JROTC has shown me that I need to make sure I have been on my best behavior. JROTC has shown me that I need to make sure that I have honor, Integrity and Respect. Not only for others but also for myself and the leaders of this fair country in which I live. JROTC has shown me that there are many life skills that I will learn as I continue on with my career within the military.
We all understand how to be a good Soldier. We must not only know those values, we must encompass them. As Dempsey says; (2010) “The Army Ethic begins with the moral values the Army defends” (p. 12). As a Human Resources Sergeant in the Profession of Arms, we have a calling. We have been called upon to take care of so many in so many different ways.
Firstly, we need to understand that our dogs are animals and we need to treat them as such. We also need to make sure that while training we're emitting confidence instead of fear or unease, so our dogs can trust in our actions. We also need to understand that our dogs require both mental and physical training in order for them to fit in body and mind. But above all we want our relationship with our dog to grow stronger every day. By understanding these key things we're providing an environment for our dogs to thrive.
I would like to continue my education through the work force, learning from peers and from my own personal experience. I believe real life or hands on experience constitutes the best form of teaching an individual can possibly possess and this experience will present the most optimal results and the greatest possibility for success. I hope to acquire an occupation that illustrates ambiguity in its finest form and can never be fully understood. The ideal job for me, a forensic radiology technologist, purely represents a job in which the continuation of knowledge will never cease and in which I will learn something every day that I did not know the day before. As spoken by Peter Drucker, “Today knowledge has power.
I believe that I should be awarded this scholarship for many reasons. The main reason why I should be awarded this scholarship is because I have learned to have courage. Developing courage has enabled me to take risks, be a decision-maker, and a responsibility-taker. By having courage, I have learned that the fear will never go away as you continue to grow. The only way to get rid of the fear of doing something is to go out and do it.