Finally, the Boys and Girls club will be needed political because Las Vegas has had political debates here in the past. As a matter of fact, UNLV will host the last political debate on October 19, 2016 (www.lasvegasnow.com). This will be a great experience for young people to be aware of their
Narrative 1 – Autobiography As an incoming transfer student, my goal is to push my creativity, connectivity, and social skills to stimulate my personality and education skills. My intended major is Biomedical Sciences, and this is my first semester at St. Cloud State University since I came in as a transfer student. Since I have enrolled here as a full time student, it is my intention to finish out the rest of my degree here, as this is now my primary campus. St. Cloud State University is the perfect university for me since it is home to an advanced Biomedical Sciences Program, and houses many hands-on lab experiences.
Knowing this aspect, I would aspire to work at a Christian institution at the Division II, III, or NAIA level. Of course, there are a few Division I schools that would be incredibly difficult to not pursue opportunities at those institutions. If I am lucky enough to find a school and position that I am happy at, I would rather stay at that school instead of job hopping just to move up the career ladder. The opportunity of creating and planning events to improve the experience of student athletes is a huge draw to a career in event management for me.
Cesar Chavez has inspirational core values to accept all people, celebrate the community, respect life and the environment, non-violence, innovation, preference to help the most needy, knowledge, sacrifice, service to others, and determination. His first core value to accept all people, I was raised to not judge people based on their race or religion. Being raised this way has made me curious about other peoples backgrounds and cultures. Therefore, during my years in college I would like to spend a semester abroad in order to incorporate myself in another culture and learn as much as possible. Celebrating the community, one of the major ways that I have done this is being involved in Florence All-Around 4-H. We take pride in giving back to the community whether it is to help an elderly couple clean up their yard or volunteering for town events.
Currently, I am part of the Deerfield/Cambridge cross country varsity team as we seek to return to the Division two state championship for the second year in a row. With my running background, I plan to join a running clubs and to also encourage physical activity around the university. I will help to lead this movement towards being physically active by understanding the sciences behind the body. I am currently involved in both AP Biology and Advanced Chemistry at my school and I have always loved science classes. Within my science classes, I have found a passion for engineering and problem solving that cannot be matched.
Like most careers; however, you will need to graduate college and complete your test for your license. To start, you will need to find a college or university near you that offers an associates program in Veterinary Technology, complete the steps of enrollment, and begin your classes. Typical programs last as long as two years including your externship. You will be taking classes such as anatomy and physiology, microbiology, small and large animal husbandry, animal life science, veterinary medical terminology, etc. You will also be taking the basic college courses offered such as college math, ethics, oral and written communication, and more.
South Seattle College (SSC) offers a tremendous number of activities and volunteer opportunities for students who would like to become more involved with the community. As a student who has decided to major in art, I strive for all of the experience and learning opportunities related to that. At SSC we have created the Art Gallery where students and faculty are able to present their art during arranged shows and open hours throughout the day. As a member I would help with setup before shows, along with leading discussion with audiences presenting students work. It is an honor to not only have the chance to view others art and help engage the community with these events, but I am also pleased to say that last spring quarter one of my digital art pieces were chosen to be presented as well.
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.
It has given me the opportunity to do things that I wouldn’t have otherwise been able to do like explore the music I love, dress the way I want and, more importantly,
So far in college I’ve completed the following Science courses: C&G, D&E, and General Chemistry I; I’m currently taking Cell and General Chemistry II. Among the many goals I have set for myself, the major ones include doing exceptionally well in my core classes, doing as well as I can on the MCAT, getting accepted into at least one of my top choices of medical schools, and becoming the doctor I’ve wanted to be since I was 16. Some “interesting” facts about me include 1.) I owned 10 chinchillas at one point- I wanted a puppy and somehow got chinchillas, 2.)
The Interview with Dr. Charles Spencer, Assistant Professor and researcher in the Biology department, was a quite interesting one. This interview was by far the one I was looking forward to the most, not only because next semester I will have him as a professor, but because he works in an area very close to what I aspire to work in. The questions I asked him encompassed a lot of the details of his early career, such as how he started work in research while he was still an undergraduate student, and I also asked him more in depth questions about the motivations behind his RDC course. Was the transition and change from Missouri/Tennessee to El Paso a drastic one? Where there any difficulties related to it?
As a member of FPC’s future problem solvers and community problem solvers club I have embraced and enhanced my problem solving and critical thinking skills to allow myself to lead my peers. My pivotal leadership role as a Varsity captain for FPC’s Girls Lacrosse speaks volumes as to how my coaches and teammates view me. As a mentor to other players on my team I aid them on and off the field; offering a friendship they can confide in, and tips/tricks they can use to improve their skills. I work with my peers in various clubs to help better them in any way I can.
It is already known that I am a diligent and successful student, like all of the other nominees for the National Honor Society. What makes me different and unique from the other nominees is my my sense of commitment. At Xavier, I take part in multiple extracurricular activities including clubs and sports. Thanks to the addition of the community period, I have been able to join almost ten different clubs. A couple of these clubs, such as the Surfing, Engineering, and Student Leadership Council, were originally founded within the past two years.