The tenth National President, Dorothy I. Height, wrote: “To preserve tradition, we must bring it into the current decade and make sure it remains viable for decades to come.” Protocol is something mandatory for all sorority’s and fraternity’s. In Delta Sigma Theta protocol is prescribed as respect and recognition for founders, the Nation President and Past National Presidents, the Regional Director/Representative, Chapter Charter Members, and Honorary Members. It is a fact that every Sorority and Fraternity has some type of tradition. In Delta Sigma Theta there are three rites of passage.
Here at the Saratoga Springs chapter of NHS, we place tremendous value in the efforts of individuals to not only make a difference that they wish to see but also inspire others to do the same. With this in mind, it is my pleasure to introduce our guest speaker, Mr. Dave Brown. A graduate of Le Moyne University, Mr. Brown has become one of the most respected and highly regarded members of our Saratoga Springs Community. Whether teaching about his favorite President, James K. Polk, or dauntlessly leading his girls volleyball team into a sectional match, I have never failed to see Mr. Brown give less than one hundred percent. In my experience in his United States History course, I saw Mr. Brown’s ability to connect with each of his students.
Speech for NJHS Induction Ceremony Good evening students, faculty, and family members! Thank you, Mrs. Reece and Principal King, for inviting me to this year’s National Junior Honor Society induction ceremony. Students, tonight we honor your achievements in the areas of Scholarship, Citizenship, Responsibility, Community Service, Character, and Leadership as we recognize and celebrate the choices, and at times the sacrifices, you have made. Ralph Waldo Emerson said, "The reward of a thing well done is to have done it."
“Behind every great man there’s a great women.” This quote by Meryll Frost was first used in 1946 during his acceptance speech for the most courageous athlete of 1945. He gave credit to his wife and noted that he would not have received the award without her help. To this quote could have also been used to describe Abigail Adams, wife of John Adams. She was a courageous woman who stood out to against in justice.
It is with great pleasure that I offer my highest recommendation for Kayana Cobb’s admission into your law program. (credentials) I have been __________and before that__________, at __________for x years. I have known Kayana for several years and served as a mentor to her. In the time that I have known her she has demonstrated outstanding qualities far beyond comparison to many other individuals I have mentored. I fully support Kayana’s decision to attend law school and believe her commitment to altruism will enable her success as a law student and later as an attorney.
I am honored to be eligible amongst the meritorious students who are being considered for induction within the National Honors Society. Being an active member in this society has been something I have been looking forward to since middle school; having previous family members inducted, I regard it as a goal I must accomplish. I would be honored to be a member of this society which is known for benefitting children, the elderly, and the needy .These limitless opportunities of contributing to my community will help me grow as a person which will undoubtedly help me in my future career as oncologist and leave an impact on my fellow community members. The National Honors Society is a remarkable organization for someone who demonstrates leadership,
Anne helped Helen make a massive progress with her ability to communicate. Later on, Keller went to college, graduating in 1904. In 1920, Keller helped found the ACLU. During her lifetime, she received many honors in remembrance of her accomplishments. Helen was the oldest sibling in her family, born to Arthur H. Keller and Katherine Adams Keller.
On the school-level, I commend myself as a good leader being a class officer of the Student Council in my Freshman and Sophomore years of High School. As a Student Council member, I need to promote activities, such as Spring Fest and SpeakOut, as well as make sure the students’ voices are conveyed to the Administration. I have helped organize events such as SpeakOut last year and the upcoming IdeaCon this year. Moreover, I am in charge of my grade’s finances, including fundraising to donate to a charity and fees for Prom. A few fundraising events in which our council has carried out include a Tie-Dye booth, countless bake sales, raffles, and the Color Fest.
Although both of them effectively treat their patients they both go about their business in very different ways. Rivers liked to treat his patients as individuals and showed them such patience and kindness that he was able to win over their respect. Yealland in contrast treated all of his patients the same and usually earned their obedience through intimidation. Ultimately these two were able to heal their patients, but how much Yealland’s methods truly helped his patients was never explored.
Chino Hills High ASB is a well-recognized organization not only by students and staff at CHHS, but by programs like the California Association of Student Leaders. A select group of students from Chino Hills High ASB attended a conference put on by CASL, and for the past 11 years Chino Hills High ASB has won the Outstanding Leadership Program Award. The group of students who accepted this award on behalf of the CHHS Leadership program were Caleb Andrews, Bradley Mautz, Adam Cullen, Tessa Grotz, Mitchell Matthews, Josh Stroup, Alex Ro, Tanner Schroder, Audrey Johnstone, and Gullian Dyker. At the conference this year, Adam Cullen, the ASB President for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year, was elected to be on the board for the California Association of Student Leaders as a Southern Director.
I am deeply honored and humbled to be among the brilliant and best students who are being considered for the NHS. I have been looking forward to this opportunity since I was accepted at Brophy. I know that National Honor Society does great things in our world today. I was a part of National Junior Honor Society at Saint Theresa Catholic School and that that has had a huge impact on the person I am today. I believe that I exemplify the four pillars of National Honors Society, those being character, scholarship, leadership, and service.
He has demonstrated extraordinary motivation, enthusiasm, and dedication to the mission’s success and is well beyond the level of a Petty Officer Second Class. He has set the standard in which all FRCMA Oceana Sailors should strive to emulate along with being the most qualified Sailor at FRCMA Oceana. Petty Officer Power has made excellence a habit and is an outstanding leader by all measures. It is with my highest possible recommendation that Petty Officer Power be selected as the Fleet Readiness Center Mid-Atlantic Sea Sailor of the Quarter, for 2nd Quarter of FY
Theta Chi Fraternity is a social fraternity focused on providing its members with a fulfilling collegiate experience that also prepares them for successful lives after graduation. As the scholarship chair for the Gamma Chi Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity, I was responsible for the academic success of the chapter. To accomplish this goal, I developed a scholarship program for fostering GPA increases in our membership. Additionally, I monitored the academic success of each brother and worked with individuals to improve their academic
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.