Beginning in February, I will campaign and prepare so that I can hopefully be elected for a position this coming May. Getting a state office position will not only allow me to achieve my life- long dreams, it will also allow me to grow in my leadership abilities. I have led many organizations and activities in my local community, and this will aid me in expanding my leadership to statewide. I hope that through becoming
The Peace Corps offers a unique experience like no other that has made me rethink the whole out look of my life post-graduation. I 'm an entrepreneur at heart who seeks innovation to inspire people. I am graduating in December with my BA/BS in International Management from the University of Missouri. Travel is one passion of mine; I love meeting new people and learning new cultures while exploring what the world has to offer. This led to the creation of my startup: The Global Hiker.
I have committed to the University of Wisconsin Whitewater, and intend to pursue and an accounting major. Now that I have selected a college, payments such as housing deposits, enrollment fees, tuition costs, etc. are starting to become a reality, and money will secure my spot in college so that I can begin the next phase of my life. As a kid, I had taken
I chose the collegiate athlete route. I then realized, once I got to college, I wanted competitive in my academics and future. Gradually, I learned it is very important to me to have been able to connect my competitiveness to other aspects of my life, even though it may not be noticed. I walked onto my collegiate team, and that year the team brought home the 14th straight national title. But for me, I learned that academics are more important for my future than being competitive in a collegiate sport.
Becoming an NHS member recognizes my scholastic achievements but, just as important, it gives me the opportunity to continue expanding my leadership skills, strengthening my character for future challenges; all while simultaneously being of service to my community and my school. I am committed to working hard using my skills and talents to make a positive change in the world. Membership in the National Honor Society gives me the unique opportunity to interact with other like-minded students who will develop into the future leaders of society. When I first became aware
The TypeFocus assignment allowed me to see what occupations would or should interest me, and the funny thing about it is; it 's really close to my actual occupation. At this time I am 40 years old and back in school. Graduating from College will help me further my career, and will open opportunities for advancement, within the company I currently work for. My current position is in an office setting, working with billing, arranging fuel transportation, and leading coworkers throughout our office with their daily task, and also training new employees. I am perusing a degree in Business Management which will support my role in training and leading.
I’ve been opened up to the idea of working for RGUs and consulting firms. I have enrolled in the other capstone course, ESPM 4041W for the fall semester. I will be bringing a plethora of experience from 4021W and use it to my advantage next semester in 4041W. In January, I envisioned myself developing and refining my personal goals in order to find a career that supports my values. Renewable energy and mitigating climate change have remained as two of my highest values throughout the semester.
I believe that HITES12 will be a very fun and educational camp. This last engineering camp will improve my understanding of my chosen career field, biomedical engineering. I think this camp could be beneficial to me in several ways, so I am eager to attend. I believe that I am well-suited to attend this camp because I am determined, work hard, and want to make the world better. To begin with, attending the past engineering camps are some significant events in my life that have made me want to be an engineer.
High school has been an intersecting experience for me. I have learned and experienced a lot of new things. I also accomplished a lot of goals for things that I always wanted to try. Also I will be leaving East Wake Academy with a lasting legacy that will make it easier for other students to pursue opportunities of their own. My time at East Wake Academy has been well valued; being there has allowed me to pursue opportunities that I would have never imagined could happen.