I am honored to have the opportunity to write this letter of recommendation on behalf of Abraham Varelas, a Public Health professional and activated member of many communities in Pima County. It is my pleasure to whole heartedly recommend Abraham for acceptance into the Family and Human Development Graduate Degree program at T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State. In my career and life, I have found it rare to encounter individuals that hold the acquisition of education and the provision of support and knowledge in equally high regard and desire. However, with Abraham it has always been evident that his aspiration and need to grow and learn professionally and personally is congruent with his passion to provide
Personally, I really enjoy the sizes of the classes. I have never had a class with over twenty-five students in it. Brebeuf doesn 't shy too far away from twenty-five. I also thought the way the “free blocks,” were set up was interesting. I thought it was neat how the student got to choose what they were going to do with that time.
Ultimately, activities with the same orientation have inspired me to make a positive impact on my community in the future. Operation Santa has been a teaching tool towards the important ideal I learned at a young age, "Help others even though they may not be able to help you." Moreover, interacting with individuals who are not as fortunate as I am has humbled and motivated me to become the best person I can be in order to help other hapless members of my community. I believe this project is one of the most rewarding activities any volunteer can participate in. Reaching out to families that endure a
I have leadership skills that are portrayed at school, at church and at after school activities. I also should be in it because of my strong character and how I can work in a team. I have never gotten a MRI or an ODR, always thinking about helping others and cheering them up. Also I try to be a good influence on everyone by behaving and being gentle. Also, I like helping my team and treating everyone equally.
It baffles me how everything in the universe could come together so perfectly, with such symmetry and such complexity. It’s very interesting to read or hear about someone’s opinion on the subject, which is why I really liked this book. The facts in the book are extremely thought-provoking, and have taught me many interesting things, including simple facts about simple things, to facts and theories about how everything was formed, and how everything works together. I have learned and thought about so many more things with this book than any other book I have read.
It is an honor for me to be invited to join such an exclusive society of distinguished people. I am excited about being part of the National Honor Society in view of the limitless opportunities and the strong support system it represents for me. I consider myself a scholar, by reason of the fact that I thrive to excel in my academics and accomplish my best in any achievable way. Through my years as a student I have worked on helping my classmates and my community in any way I possibly can. By offering equine therapy to participating in the climate reality project I have demonstrated leadership and service to my community.
I feel I am exactly the type of person needed in your society. I have a positive attitude about learning; I enjoy participating in class; I am a very good leader; I follow directions; I am a responsible person and I believe I have a service oriented personality. I am fully aware that if I make the National Honor Junior Society I will have to attend after school meetings. Also have to attend and help in service activities. This does not affect my decision this just makes me appreciate it even more.
I believe I display all of the qualities mentioned in the four pillars of National Honor Society. I am a person of good character who displays the six pillars of character in everything I do. I provide leadership and service in many ways and value education as a lifelong learner. Being a member of the National Honor Society would motivate me even more to be the best version of myself and help to create change in positive
The Community being so close-knit welcomed me with opened arms and I made friends easily. The atmosphere when everyone in town is together like at the Fall Festival is all joy and love. My Community shaped me into a responsible, trusting and selfless person I am content with what I have become and ready to see what going to college will transform me into. Growing up in my small town I was taught what it means to have pride and how to come together in times of needs such as hurricane Harvey that stuck here. A number of people spending all their time in efforts to help each other out during this hard time really shows what kind of upbringing we had out here.
I am an extremely caring person. I use my caring personality to help children when I am a counselor at a local camp over the summers, as well as when I help fellow students in the Math Lab here at Indiana State University. I am also passionate about helping others. I have been fortunate enough to have people in my life whom have helped me through the rough spots in my life. I want to be that person for someone else.
Learning how a community not only managed to form, but to thrive against insurmountable odds was quite striking to me. As I left the refurbished homes and exited through the newly created, multimillion dollar facility that now acts as a community center, an art center and a living record of African-American history, I could not help but imagine how proud James Weeks would be to know that his community continues to be a force for change and education in countless people 's lives
URBS-110 Semester Project Faribault, Minnesota is my selected city because it was where I was born and raised. Considering the fact that my entire childhood took place in this city, it means a lot to me. The city of Faribault Is a very comforting and friendly place. The population is very diverse and connected with one and other. Faribault is the only city that I feel I truly have a feel for and that’s why it has so much significance.
To most utilizing choice as a defined path of wisdom is an idea based on society, an acceptance of culture. Clear thinking, however, is a footpath of beliefs instilled by guidance and knowledge. I am honored to be at a point of my life where the choosing of attending St. Thomas High School is based on an understanding that heroic faith and comprehension all co-exist through dedication. The classics at St. Thomas embarks a set of those footprints through laudable instruction, per my Grandfather’s experience as an Alumni of Class of 54. This encouragement has helped my family and I appreciate the school’s tradition and value of worth.
I am very grateful for all of my past opportunities and experiences I had within the fields of engineering and technology. If I am fortunate enough to get accepted into this program, I would leverage these experiences and my passion to strengthen my engineering skill-set and deepen my understanding of STEM. Every day my engineering and technology interests continue to grow, whether it’s from a TV commercial from General Electric or a lesson from my Computer Aided Design (CAD) class. It is for these reasons that I believe I would be a great participant for the Engineering and Technology Governor’s
The impact was positive because it opened up many opportunities for me. In America, there are resources and financial support available to those who qualify to help fulfill this generation 's dream. After I graduate from college, I will have the opportunity to have a career. I believe higher education is important because the skills I am taught daily helps me to understand the future and how to pursue my dreams. I have always wanted to have a better future because I grew up in a low income family.