I would be honored to be able to contribute to the National Honor Society if given the chance to take part in such a prestigious organization. Ever since I was in elementary school, I have driven myself to achieve knowledge with all the effort that I could muster. This drive is why I want to be a member of the National Honor Society; I believe that the organization will help to encourage my desire for scholarship by developing my leadership skills. I yearn to have a more positive impact on the people in my life, in my community, and in society in general. I believe that the organization will provide me with a better chance to achieve that goal by presenting me with more opportunities to help out in the school and community.
I think that I show great character through my scholarship and service that I have stated before, and I hope to be one of the next members of the organization. I believe what I have done will help me improve and develop my character needed to meet and serve all of the expectations of the National Honors Society to the
There’s no way to understand your life–the privileges you hold–without understanding the past. You must be thankful for all the things your loved ones have done for you, and I’m sure that I am. I can’t imagine my life if I were in my parents’ shoes, if I faced the struggles and hardships they did, and I know I wouldn’t have the courage to be as decisive as they were and are. Their perseverance and determination make me content with my life now, knowing that it could be much worse.
Having a name for something that I am struggling with has always been a huge help in my battle with something. I’ve found that it is always harder to fight an unknown enemy than it is to fight an issue that you know the name of. An aspect of her paper that was also interesting was her view on her anxiety. She said that even though she realizes that anxiety is an issue for her, she does not want to completely cure it because she believes that it motivates her to get things done (Mullaney 6). I don’t think that I would have thought of it in that way if I were in her
Just GREAT. CINDY: Why such a GREAT feeling? CAROLYN: I have made a very important decision in my life and I feel like the, “angels in heaven are looking and smiling down on me” because I have decided to continue to pursue my career as a, future, new-hire, early childhood educator, receive my Bachelors’ Degree in Early Childhood Development at Kaplan University.
This is what the National Honor Society hopes for in a member. I know i’m not perfect and can make mistakes at times, but acknowledging that takes a lot of character. My academic achievements are a result of my determination and drive to ensure that i’ll be able to achieve success in the future as well as serve as role model to the younger siblings and cousins in my family. Getting good grades is a priority to me. Having a XX GPA and being a Distinguished Varsity Scholar for the past 3 years didn 't happen by luck, it happened because of the sheer dedication I have towards my school and
I highly recommend this book to coaches, parents and leaders who strive to impact the next generation. " Ray Funk - Athletic Director, Yakima Valley College “Anthony has experienced just about every position of leadership possible—coach, husband, father and administrator. He has shown what true leadership looks like in all of those roles and it is on full display in this book!” Lance Villers – Superintendent, Santiam Christian
I understand that it is important to be able to power through this work, whether I enjoy it or not. For instance, being capable of writing effectively and professionally is a skill that is crucial to success in life that I do not like to practice. Yet I know that I need to be able to write well when I grow up, so I practice anyway. Most of my obligations are like this. Chores, homework, and exercising are all things that I need to do, and I do
All around the world people hope and dream. That is the natural human instinct. The question I find before myself is “how will Everest Colleges, Institutes, and Universities help me fulfill my American dream?” This question is very easy. I will acquire the skills I need to be a positive, progressive, and helpful citizen.
A very old sailor who calls himself "the captain" comes to a lodge at the Admiral Benbow Inn during the mid 1700s. The captain's name is Billy. He pays the innkeeper's son a few pennies to look out for seafaring men. A seafaring man shows up, frightening Billy into a stroke. When another seafaring man visits, Billy has one more stroke and dies.
"The best way to find yourself, is to lose yourself in the service of others. " This is quoted from Mahatma Gandhi, and is fitting when talking about my experiences in the JROTC service programs I have involved myself in so far this current school year. Not only have I been able to provide a service for Central High School, athletic games, and Veteran's Day programs for children, I have been able to gain more respect from my peers, superiors, and myself. My services for JROTC have all ranged in description, but all fall under color guard events I have volunteered myself part in. These services have included taking part in a team that worked on several color guard events for volleyball games, a competition team where we represented Central High
This short story begins with a man making his was through the white show and sleet of Alaska alone. The temperature is chilling and low. He is not scared or concerned in the cool temperatures as he begins his journey. He does not think about the future problems that can reveal because of the frightful situation. He is full of pride and confidence as he thinks that he will face no opposition.
I was born on September 15th in 2001. I was born 4 days after one of the worst attacks in U.S. history. And in the days and months after my birth, the country was more patriotic than it had been in the past couple decades. Patriotism has intertwined itself with me since the day I was born, and every year, near my birthday I am reminded that there is something much larger than me, and that is this great country. I cannot wait to grow and see what I can do to further better my home country.