Service, leadership, character and scholarship. These four pillars distinguish members of the National Honor Society and the outside world. Service regards in the mindfulness of aiding those who are in need of help. Leadership recognizes those partaking in assisting the community to grow. Character describes the define characteristics that one portrays to be.
Ever since then, I have been planning my quest to eventually become a neurosurgeon. This includes my involvement in community service activities as they have exemplified my love for helping others. These activities have pushed me to become a neurosurgeon because there is something special in helping those less fortunate than me. Furthermore, I personally feel as if medicine is the best medium in order to express this
As a persistent volunteer, my passion to help others has been a significant trait of mine, I am blessed to have many opportunities to help my community since I have been in elementary. I volunteer at any event I am eligible for throughout my community whenever I have the chance. However, I do not limit myself to participating in community events. I help others in need by purchasing food for them or donating the clothes I don 't wear. Looking back at all the volunteer opportunites I take advantage of, Operation Santa will have a special place in my heart because of the joy the activity brings me.
Sports Medicine epitomizes the best my school has to offer. I am fortunate to attend a school that offers extra medical focused courses as my goal is a career as a physician. This course positively influenced me and has opened my eyes and mind to a wider range of options for a career path. The instructor offered pragmatic curriculum, which allowed me to gain greater insight into my own abilities and desires. Originally I anticipated a career in radiology as I did not want to tell a patient they may die.
I have been in the medical field for many years and have decided to take advantage and pursue my degree in nursing. I worked in Emergency Department as EMT because I like to work at a fast pace environment and meet different people every day. I want to be able to help people when they are in need of an emergency, and I want to help save people’s lives and make a difference in this world. My spare time usually consists of homework, me being in school, spending movie nights with my wife and gym. I 'm taking this English course in order to learn how to reinforce my writing skills not only for the college courses that I am taking now and plan on taking and will take in the future, but also for nursing purposes once I receive my degree.
I know taking a four-year degree in Nursing will be a long way to tread, but with patience I can become successful. With determination, I can do my best to prove to myself, to my family, that I will be a successful nurse after four years. I will work hard and focus on my studies now that I am still in high school. I will keep surrounding myself with positive influences. Eventually, I will share my knowledge to people who also want to become nurse in order to achieve their goals, too.
By helping patients with painful lower limbs or maintaining their mobility, I would be able to contribute to our society, which I have set as one of my main aims in life. As a rhythmic gymnastics trainer and an athlete, another significant reason for choosing
From the start of high school, I have been a proactive student by being involved, demonstrating character, and overcoming challenges. I believe I have taken the initiative to make not only changes within community but also better understand my aspirations in life. Moreover, my involvement in community services has assisted a diversity of individuals in various events. Certain service clubs allowed me to realize the needs my community pertains, comprehend various cultures, and establish a level of respect toward their heritage. Students Together
I demonstrate scholarship every day by maintaining straight A 's. I demonstrate citizenship every day by following the law, school rules and participating in community service projects. And lastly, I demonstrate leadership by helping fellow students if they
Regularly, I work as a volunteer at American Cancer Society. I aspire to assist the one who are on the edge of life. The fight against cancer is tough, and the patients need all the supports that they can get. The volunteer opportunity helps me realize that I’m not the center of the universe, but we are the universe. The best feeling when a person does such thing is the smile on cancer patients’ faces.
My mom was in NHS, and it would be cool to continue on the family legacy. Membership would mean that I am able to give back to my community even more, and it would mean that I am among others who care about community service. To be around people who understand my love of helping the community would
There are a number of nonprofit organizations that are tremendous choices; however, I chose Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital to volunteer for because it engrossed me the most. By choosing to volunteer for Le Bonheur, I was able to witness medical miracles
This is significant because by volunteering, it allows me to make a difference and contribute to my community. In addition, I have the ability to experience and interact with more people outside of my neighborhood. Finally, my volunteer work relates to my citizen responsibilities because I can help others in my community. Volunteering at the CIBC Run for the Cure demonstrates global citizenship because I’m practicing important characteristics of a global citizen. For instance, by helping others and taking action, I am raising awareness.