I became Miss Pre-Alumni for the TSU Alumni Association, elected to be Representative-at-Large for the Student Government Association and then elected again as the Speaker of the House of Student Government Association. In my Student Government positions, I created programs to encourage tutoring within the dorms, health, and new policies for student concerns. Recently, I helped create a new policy that allows proxy voting for voting members along with adding new voting members for various reasons to be allowed to vote. Through the Student Government Association, I learned how to operate through government, create and amending policies, and become a voice for the student body. Academically I was inducted into Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, Upsilon Phi Delta Honor Society, Psi Chi International Honor Society, consecutively on the Dean’s List since freshman year with consecutive 4.0 GPA semesters since Sophomore year and am on track to graduate with Honors.
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.
While attending Princeton Justice Sotomayor worked for the universities discipline committee, shaping her for her legal future, she also became increasingly involved on campus she became a moderate student activist and joined Puerto Rican organizations like Acción Puertorriqueña, which means Puerto Rican action, where she became the co-chair and the Third World Center, these groups provided her “with an anchor I needed to ground myself in that new and different world” Justice Sotomayor stated. Justice Sotomayor’s first interests in the justice system began after she watched an episode of the show Perry Manson, in this particular episode the prosecutor had stated he did not mind loosing when a defendant turned out to be innocent. Justice Sotomayor then later said in an interview that she “made the quantum leap that if that was the prosecutors job the she wanted to be the person who made the decision to dismiss the
Following this further, I started to bring awareness to my close friends and classmates in college. I met other volunteers through virtual meetups. I spoke with my neighbors, explaining the mission to people, and signing up new volunteers. I called my state legislators, explained what Wolf PAC is, and set up serious of meetings. This was the first time I was active in politics and had the attention of my representatives.
After viewing the job posting for the Marketing & Communication position on the YMCA website, I believe I am an exceptional candidate for this opportunity. I am Currently a junior at Communication and media major at DePaul University, where I have developed and demonstrated valuable communication. Throughout my time at DePaul, I had the opportunity of attending classes with instructors who have worked closely in the communication field. I have learned a great deal from professors who have worked in the communication field, and have come back to teach us the interworking of communication from professions such as, television, radio, business firms and more. I have been able to integrate the skills and values I have learned at DePaul to my professional affairs.
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.
My FDDS colleagues and I would have to find sponsors and other American University faculty members who would be willing to come into the seminar everyday to help run this program. This seminar will help our future generations make just decisions and treat the people around them with respect. To measure the success rate of this event, students who attended the seminar can take a survey and discuss what they have learned during the seminar. The students who really enjoyed their stay can write an essay on why they would like to come back and volunteer the next year. Only twenty volunteer spots would be available for returning students.
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
Being captain required me to help my team after hours as well as provide insight on to them on how best to prepare for the competition. During 4-H camp over the summer, I was one of three counselors assigned to a cabin of 25 prepubescent girls, for whom I
My role would be to bring new ideas and perspectives that will benefit the community as a whole. Throughout high school, I have gained skills in organizing events to address issues that were affecting the students. As ASB vice president, I took the time to listen to the ideas of members who represented several groups on campus. In our meetings, the topic of Black History month came up. Considering that our community was predominantly African American and Hispanic, I knew the importance of celebrating both cultures.
During my restaurant training program in high school, we use a lot of training and job aids throughout the course. We had guest speakers from inside the restaurant industry come to our class and give lectures on the ins and outs of the restaurant operation, how to apply for restaurant jobs, the type of skills restaurant employers look for,etc. we also used restaurant simulation software to help create the idea of what a specifically themed restaurant might look like. For example, if we wanted to create a family themed restaurant similar to let 's say, Dave N Busters the simulation software on the CD would create a scenario to fit our ideal image for our eating establishment. We also use standard job aids such as textbooks, Internet websites and
Hi Scierra, You provided some excellent insights for this week’s discussion topic! I can relate with you about the Ray Rice situation. I have been in a close situation where a professor has discriminated against student’s of different cultures. It happened while I was working on my undergraduate degree. Many student’s of different cultures went and spoke to the dean of the department and some student’s even took it higher up the chain of command.
A fishing club would be like any other after school club, monitored by either a faculty advisor or a parent advisor. The fishing club would also need to have its own club officers, and would hold regular meetings. It takes at least six members before you can register for a Student Angler Federation school fishing club. There is a 25.00 dollar a year per member registration fee and dues, which includes access to all of the member benefits. Some of the benefits include being able to compete in high school fishing tournaments where students can win scholarships, as well as securing discounts on purchases in the TBF websites store for members only.
During my high school years I have worked at Little Caesars. I fulfilled my community service hours by attending the NJROTC ceca drill meet competition. Both of these positions required skills to work with customers and co-workers. In my opinion I have learned how to effectively communicate with other higher up personal and deal with difficult situations
The different activities of my program would take place during each quarter, including monthly community discussion forums and workshops to lower binge drinking, etc. At least one health fair can take place during the first and last quarters of the year, when I assume most students will be dealing with school stressors that induce binge drinking. During each quarter, I would collect information about binge drinking habits by using semi-structured interviews, workshop or counseling diaries, and anonymously completed surveys. I believe the surveys would be most effective because I could easily send them out to all college students through email and include the provision of incentives to get them to participate, such as gift cards. During these surveys, I would try to get them to reveal their perceived danger of binge drinking and what they attribute their reduction in binge drinking to, if achieved.