Coming from a different culture but still embracing the Christian values that Loma Linda University emphasizes, I believe that my unique background and personal experiences distinguish my application from others. Growing up in Egypt, where the gap between social classes is significant, my parents always stressed the need to prioritize service into my life encouraging me to dedicate time in volunteering and helping others. As a result, my experience has grown from volunteering to serve as a camp leader for orphans in the summer to participating in international dental service trips. These involvements would allow me to use my skills in organizing missions trips at Loma Linda. Being a Coptic Orthodox Christian enables me to add diversity to the
Though the term "saving the world" usually equates to a grand gesture, such as preventing world hunger or curing cancer, I think that each of us is able to help save the world by positively impacting those around us (though curing cancer would be amazing). I would certainly aspire to enrich the Gatton community as much as possible and I believe that I have the qualities necessary to do so, the first of which is my accepting nature. I enjoy being around all different types of people and continuously bring those around me together. I am also compassionate; I live my life according to the Golden Rule and I my best to help anyone who is struggling, whether that means doing something as small as helping a classmate with chemistry homework or as important as supporting a friend going through a tough time. Moreover, I am hardworking and organized, which allows me to give back to my community by doing things such as planning study groups and assisting with fundraisers.
I make a very good team member to work with and always try to do the best of my abilities in any group I am a part of. Commitment to me is defined as being one hundred percent devoted. Commitment involves being punctual, determined, and being a leader. I would be committed to the Spanish Honor Society by being responsible, organized, and having respect for others. I think that by being responsible, well organized, respectful, and punctual, I can achieve my goals for this society.
I view being an area officer the same way as being an officer in a massive local FFA chapter. By being an officer in essentially a larger chapter, there are various skills I can learn to help with leadership in my chapter. Communication between chapter officers is crucial to the success of a chapter, and I believe that by being an area officer, I can learn communication, leadership, responsibility, and several other skills or traits that I can also apply to my role as a chapter officer. In conclusion, there are three basic reasons why I want to be an Area 15 officer. The first and most important reason is the learning experience that being an area officer would provide.
The GWU community reaches every region of the globe through its students, professors, and opportunities. The experience and outreach I will have at GWU will allow me to develop a vast, meaningful background that I need to further my education to a graduate level of study. Combining real-world experience with rigorous academics, the GWU community is the well-rounded society that will prepare me to be a leader in implementing the improvements that our global health infrastructure desperately needs. Only at GWU will I be able to thrive with my passion for global public health and my drive to
The boys and girls club has many great sports activities to join in to help get kids out of the street and become more active in their community. They are there for you when you need them the most and you make so many new positive friends through the activities they have. Camp voyageur was my favorite camp they made you feel wanted and you never felt left out the camp leaders helped you become a leader and made you feel more independent. Boys and girls club have shown me a lot in life and I want to further my education so that someday I can give back to them. With all of my reasons why I want to further my education the most important reason is so I can give back to my family and community one day.
Consistent civic engagement serves to be very prominent in my life. I believe that it is necessary to band together with like-minded individuals, conduct volunteerism, and promote the well-being of a society. Whether it is through the promotion of diversity and culture or by physically ameliorating the society that has nurtured me. Volunteering does not only improve the community visually and physically, but spiritually. Through my own experiences, I enjoy giving back to the community as well as the society as a whole.
Advocating about my values is a form of leadership that I like to share with others to introduce them to my culture and the values that I stand by. I also want to be involved in planning events to empower not only Lambda Sigma, but the Pace community and Pleasantville
I love being interacted and helping others. If someone is in trouble I try my best to help them out. I have a lot of energy and a positive attitude, always looking at the brighter side. I am very good with directions, given an order I try my best to complete
As a family science professional, I am committed to participating in lifelong learning. Because I am a part of this field, I am an advocate for helping others and using my skills to better the lives of other individuals. All the while, I will conduct myself in a professional manner. The skills I have gained in this area of study will constantly benefit me in my personal and professional life. Human development and family science is an area that studies people from birth to death, while also looking at outside, environmental, and interpersonal factors that also impact the development of the individual.
I am also required to be a good listener to service users and their families, building a good rapport and maintain professionalism all times. This helped me to further expand my understanding of how to work professionally within the Health and Social Care