College is a place where you are transformed into the person you want to become in the future. In the same way it gives me determination to peruse my career and achieve my goals that I have prepared for myself. In addition ,which is why it led me to begin college; to make my family proud, pursue my career as a nurse and to experience the college lifestyle. To start off with, my main goal in life to always make my family proud of me. Without my family I would not be the person I am today and have the motivation to attend college.
I want to live a life where I can help others. I want to use my knowledge of the sciences in order to right the wrongs of the world - to discover who committed a crime, and serve justice to those who deserve it. I would love to research and help those around me. I am even thinking of potentially running for a position in my town’s legislative council. However, no matter what job I receive, or what I become, I will always continue making my music, for it is what keeps me sane and alive.
My goals at Oakton are to graduate with a 3.5 or above GPA and to take courses to help me get my general education out of the way which will allow me to focus more on the classes that I need in order to succeed in my major and to help increase my understanding with the job I hope to pursue. To be more specific, my career goals are to study business and accounting and then work for some sort of corporation
Hello my name is Johanth, I was born in San luis Rio Colorado, Sonora. At the age of 6 I was enough fortunate to move to San Luis, Arizona. Since a young age I’ve been very successful in mathematics. I’ve gone to cty at Seattle University and Roger Williams University. Also, I am a car enthusiast I love and enjoy learning and knowing specs about new cars, all types, from sedans to hypercars.
“Jackson stated that he learned his robot moves from studying Shields… From Shields, Jackson also took his propensity to wear military-style jackets… and sparkling white gloves” (Rubin 166). As Michael Jackson drew more attention, many performances became an anachronism within the faire; one performer jokingly put it as “Ye olde Michael Jackson”. These influences in Jackson’s apparel and repertoire made him an international household name and one of the most successful entertainers of all time. On top of entertainment, apparel was the largest aspect of immersion at the Renaissance Faire; both visitors and performers were in costume. The Pattersons encouraged DIT (Do-It-Thyself) clothing, commonly made from repurposed clothing and
Before we actually job shadowed a person in the career field we were interested in we had to write a letter asking if we could job shadow that specific person and to tell them why we were interested, and to let them know that if they allowed us to job shadow they would be helping us to make sure we were truly interested in that career field. I was interested because one day I would like to become a police officer or a member of S.W.A.T. Writing that letter made me feel older than I actually was. Writing that letter also prepared me for college and the career job I was interested in. I knew it was preparing me to become a police officer because police officers always have to write police reports when they stop someone and also when they have to go to court.
Therefore, the use of In Cold Blood in a classroom gives teachers an excellent choice to teach rhetorical analysis to students. The book introduces death penalty, American judicial system as well as the subject of criminal investigation. It allows the student to form their own opinions, develop introspection and analyze the power of juxtaposition in rhetorical analysis. Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood still holds interest and popularity fifty years after the release making it an ideal book to include in classroom
Now that I had a possible career field, I decided to look into the specific jobs. There was one in particular that caught my eye due to the TV show "Criminal Minds." Behavior analysts use their profiling skills to explain a suspect 's behavior and help predict it. They also build basic profiles on categories of crimes. I looked into the average day of a behavior analyst and it fit my criteria perfectly.
I want to go to college to actually become something, to have the ability to work in a job where I actually want to work at not just only in fast food places or even the fields. Becoming a paramedic caught my interest because I like the work that nurses and doctors do. I knew that I wanted to do something in the medical field but I didn’t want to be a doctor nor nurse. When I thought about it long and hard I thought about how I like to help people out I like to see that everyone is safe and sound. Even though paramedics don’t really safe lives they do a lot for many people and I want the chance to help people out.
As I matured and started thinking about the future, I wondered if there was a way to combine both of my interests of psychology and forensic science. I did my research and found forensic psychology. It’s the perfect thing for me to do and I know that I will enjoy it! Forensic psychology is the cross road of psychology and the justice system. As a forensic psychologist I will either work for a prison, attorney, police department or there is many other options I can chose from.
Further, this opportunity has allowed me to practice public speaking which will follow me far beyond the confines of the Independence Youth Court. The confidence in speaking in a courtroom that I have gained from volunteering has given me a new outlook on my future. Before volunteering, I never would have thought my dream would be to become an attorney and argue in front of a court. However, the Independence Youth Court has inspired me to go to law school and follow this dream that I once thought was impossible. I truly have a passion for the judicial system and the Independence Youth Court has guided me through the discovery of this passion and through finding the confidence to know it is possible.
Ever since I was little, I have always had a strong desire for justice in the world. I want to work for an organization that can help create a more just society. In researching qualifications needed for the FBI, I found that the combination of critical thinking skills developed in a liberal arts curriculum, an accounting degree, and a background in foreign language, will prepare me well. Upon my return to JMU, I plan to major in accounting and minor in Arabic, with an academic interest in pre-law. After finishing my bachelor’s degree at JMU, I plan to attend law school.
1. I know how to use a computer (I love technology and use it every day and I got to know it) 2. I know how to calm myself down quickly when I am angry (Go do something that I like or listen to my favorite songs) 3. I know how to drive well (I was taught by my Dad on a lawn mower) 4. I know how to use technology well (Been in love with technology since middle school) 5.
I have always had an interest in the criminal justice field, but my greatest influence was in the eighth grade when a police officer, Michael Owens, gave me my first ever West Virginia Legal Codes book. By giving me this book, he influenced me a lot. He showed me that I could do anything I set my mind and that he believed in me, just by giving me a simple book. Since then, I have committed to my decision of becoming a lawyer and is why I now take Criminal Justice courses at my local technical school.
I vividly recall my mother’s astonishment that I, as a 10 year-old, would be glued to the television set. The Casey Anthony case was aired for years, I was fascinated by how the law worked and the new facts that were discovered that threw the case to one side or another; I felt connected to this case because it was in my home state. My mom never grows tired of telling this story, and with every year passing I know she becomes more and more proud of the little girl who admired the men in blue suits on the screen and decided then she wanted to be a lawyer. I remember watching my mom gaze at me with an amazed look in her eye that I have now grown so fond of. At ten years old, I was asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, I proudly responded, “I want to be a lawyer.” To this day I have worked hard to familiarize myself with the law and since then my interest in helping people grew and grew.