Problem/Need: The FFA camp for our FFA district has been hosted for many years. Every year FFA students from our FFA district attend this camp. Its purpose is to help students establish leadership qualities and allows them to interact with new people. They have recently contacted FFA advisors from the district asking for donations for a new charcoal grill. The one they previously had has been used so much it has rusted severely and has got to point where it is unusable.
I am currently a Senior at Lemoore High School and my goals is to attend West Hills Community College and major in finance when I graduate in June 2016. While attending LHS I was involved in many of the activities in the NJROTC program. I was a Cadet Seaman Apprentice of the senior class. I plan to use the experience that I have learned from the program and use it in the military. During my high school years I have worked at Little Caesars.
Event Synopsis/Comments: The SWTJC held a CBP Recruiting event at the Eagle Pass, Texas campus on Tuesday, November 17, 2015 from 1100-1230 hours. The event was held in a classroom and was geared towards students from SWTJC. Supervisory CBP Officer Eric Galarza along with CBP Officers Javier Torres and Gilberto Rodriguez from the Eagle Pass Port of Entry attended the event as recruiters on behalf of the Laredo Field Office. This event was different than others for the Eagle Pass recruiters as it was set up in a classroom for a more intimate setting. Thirteen people attended the event; they listened to OFO recruiters give a presentation on the history, the duties, benefits, and training.
Christina Funk, junior, established a new organization that will benefit incoming freshman and returning students in their academics, student involvement, and social life. Funk’s organization, Students4Students was created in the beginning of August and has already over 50 official members in this organization. Students4Students consist of mentors known as Wolves and mentees known was Pups. Mentors must have attended University of West Georgia for a least a year and obtain a 2.7 GPA or higher. Most mentees are freshman who would like guidance during their first year of college.
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
It 's has been very busy and hard because we are half-way to the holy land and there are lots of things to do. I am starting to realise what I 'm about to do and I 'm really scared but back home they reassured us and said that even though its states in the bible we can 't kill anyone that it is necessary to kill them because they don 't worship Jesus. If we fight we will become holy soldiers and if we die doing so we will travel to heaven and see god. I have a wife who is pregnant with our fourth child and I hope that I will survive so I can see my children grow up. It is about midday and we are turning towards land even though we go and collect food it is only grain and vegetables very rarely we get meat but that’s only when we find it.
Benchmark offer classes on Tuesday and Thursday for potential foster parents. In order to be a foster parent the adult must be at least 25 years old, with a steady income, a good criminal background, good physical examination, and has to complete 20 hour of our IMPACT class. IMPACT is a class that everyone must attend which teaches the adult how to be great parents, how to deal with situations that they might have with their foster child, and CPR training. The process usually takes one month to complete. While the potential foster parents was in the IMPACT class as an intern my job was to call the potential foster parent references to see if they was good candidates and to conduct a home visit with the foster parent to see if their home was
Diversity Statement My current field education placement at the vineyard church of Evanston, which is a part of my master of divinity program bring people from fifty-five different nations. These people come from different socioeconomic backgrounds. This is my second year at this placement which ends in the May of this year. Most of the time, I am surrounded by my Caucasian friends and colleagues, therefore, this was enriching experience to listen to the stories and struggles of the people of diverse backgrounds. I wish I had training to offer them some help while empathizing with them in their situations.
After a few weeks of trying to suppress this feeling of emptiness I had gained from not going to church, I decided that it was unavoidable; I still wanted to be a part of the church, despite the fact that my family did not. The thought of being different from the rest of my family scared me, but eventually, I gathered enough courage to ask my parents to take me to church again. At first, they snickered like hyenas and teased me, but once they saw the stern look on my face, their howling ceased and they agreed. Choosing to continue going to church despite being the only one in my family has marked my transition from childhood to adulthood. Because of one decision, I was completely changed.
The 182nd LDS General Conference is a conference that many will never forget. That conference changed my life. All worthy young men received the option that day to begin missionary service at the age of 18, instead of 19. All worthy young women were also given the opportunity to begin missionary service at the age of 19, instead of age 21. (Watch President Monson 's announcement here --> https://www.lds.org/youth/video/welcome-to-conference?lang=eng ) I remember hearing the news that Saturday morning at my high school.
I will be attending Rogue Community College (RCC) in September full time. To reach this goal, I will need to save at least $100 from each of my two week paychecks for 8 months to help with tuition and books. It is about $95 per credit at RCC and to be a Registered Nurse, you need at least 46 credits which is a little over $4,000. Being able to save $200 from my paycheck for 8 months covers about $1,600 of the tuition cost. I plan on applying for financial aid and using the money my parents already have saved up for me to pay for the rest of my schooling.
Session 11: Unit 2, lesson 4. Writing a Memoir 1 The way thing worked out that summer, was wondrous, having to attend this Teen Bible College (TBC) was last minute and I ended up going on the unplanned missionary trip after. Spending a month and half with these fifty-six people you barley met, you become family. Good times and tough times where all there, just somehow we got more and more attached to each other. Riding back from our last church service in Spokane, Julie smushed in with me.
I didn 't understand how draining it could be to resolve conflicts, stop tantrums or keep six year olds from hurting themselves or others. In some cases, there were campers who had never learned wrong from right or basic responsibility. In those cases you had to teach them. I worked with one camp where almost none of the campers spoke English. This experience made me realize how hard it must be to live in a country where most people can 't speak your language.
After about six months, our preacher asked me to teach our teen Sunday school class. I was scared to death, but I agreed. After the first Sunday, I realized that I loved it. I loved being able to share what knowledge I had. This was the beginning of my journey towards education.