There are more than a hundred people who have graduated from high school to go to achieve their goals. Also, people who have achieve their goals could focus on their future career. My goals that I have to achieve are education goals, and my career goals, and reasons why I have chosen anthropology. My educational goal is to receive a master 's degree in archaeology because it is the only easiest degree that I can reach in order to achieve my dreams. But first, I was ordered to take the associate degree, so that way, it can be much more successful to learn the introduction than to skip ahead and not know anything from the past.
Easter Island is located in the southeast corner of the Pacific, 3900 km from the coast of Chile, an area of 117 square kilometers. When the first time that the Dutch explorer, Jacob Roggeveen reached this island in 1772, he was shocked by the desolate scenes and mysteriously monolithic stone statues. Subsequently, Easter Islands statues attracted the interests of many visitors including archaeologists, historians, geologists, anthropology and physicists. Indeed, these stone statues have great academic values not only in the fields of humanities, natural sciences but also social sciences. However, when the question about how the knowledge produced by these three cultures differs is raised, answers cover more than one aspects.
My academic goals after I graduated from UC Irvine is to achieve a higher education beyond a Bachelor of Science in Public Health Sciences. I have set going to dental school as a primary goal after graduating. My goal is to eventually obtain a D.D.S (Doctor of Dentist Surgery) degree. Working towards a specialty is an interest that I am very curious in pursuing; however, as of now becoming a general dentist is my main goal. What factor(s) made you interested in studying in the Biological/Biomedical School:
My career goal is to become a lawyer in the Juvenile Court System, my goal is to be able to help children in anyway I can. I feel that children are always misunderstood and that all they need is a little bit of guidance to be able help them. Another one of my goals is to take care of foster children, I want to be help take care of them. I have a lot of aspirations, it helps that I have a very big heart and an outgoing spirit. I love helping people, but I feel that I can help children more with the way of life and show them that they should never give up and that someone will always be there to cheer them on even if they fall and with hopefully working Juvenile Court that I would be able to give young children in trouble a better option and
As a child, my only interests were in drawing, reading and writing. Those were the skills I had developed. The ones I had utilized in daily life, and the ones I saw myself fostering from childhood to adulthood. I had terrible handwriting, and struggled with punctuation placement. I was messy and always colored outside the lines; nevertheless, I was content with my adroitness in making portraits, writing stories, and reading books quickly.
My immediate professional goal is to learn the American standard in dentistry. As a foreign dentist in United States, I need to accompany the development in dentistry here in the U.S., studying in a dental school that I respect and keep being updated in the field that I enjoy. My long-term professional goal is to be part of the development in dentistry in the U.S., Studying for a specialty program in periodontics which Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicineprovides, ultimately reaching higher positions in the dental school as they are available and research implants as new dental opportunity to move the field to a higher success
Though I come from a small-town of India with minimal resources, my passion for dentistry has taken me too far reaching places, serving people of many backgrounds. Throughout my dental career, I have been fortunate to have a variety of experience. First, I worked as a practitioner in private and public health practice along with research work. After moving to the United States, I continued shadowing and volunteer work in the dental field. I define myself as a hard worker, careful planner and self-motivated individual with a goal of continuing long-term practice and research work I wanted to be a dentist since I was in 8th grade because this was the year my sister had her first visit to the dentist.
On the day I took my first breath, it seems that I had already taken up more than one identity. I was born into a cultured and diverse family, as my mother is Italian and my father is Indian and African. My mom’s side of the family lives separately across Florida, participates in most American traditions, and values independence. On the other hand, my dad’s side of the family values cultural traditions and family time. Recipes of home cooked Indian food have been in our family for hundreds of years.
The original goal for my MYP was to research 5 different cultures and find similarities of the cultures and find the reasons why they are similar, but then I changed my project to research architecture in different areas, I picked 3 major areas with completely different architecture style and researched the different types of architectural type in that area and how the architecture changed over time in that area. I picked personal and cultural exploration as my global context. Picking this context changes the way I did my project before the global context, I didn 't have a plan on how I am going to present my project to an audience, but with the global context, I decided to make a poster as my display to help people understand my project and
What have I always dreamed I would be when I grow up? I’ve alway wanted to be a Veterinarian What do my parents do in their careers? My mom works as a nurse at Katy Manor and my dad works for the Union Pacific Railroad. What could relatives influence me in the choice of careers?
Kirstyn Schechter Explanatory Essay Grit Wouldn’t you want to be very determined and follow your dream? If so, you need to have grit. In the TEDTalk, "The key to success? Grit”, by Angela Lee Duckworth she states “Grit is passion and perseverance for very long-term goals. Grit is having stamina.
Imagine, me in a veterinarian hospital holding a baby poodle helping a little girl pick out a pet. The career I am planning on pursuing is a Companion animal Veterinarian. I have chosen this career because I absolutely love animals . I have had a lot of experience with animals because I have had at the least 18 pets in my thirteen years of being alive. Interestingly, I have a dog at home right now and I take good care of him.