I have a lot of hope in the future of our developing community because of all the students recently inducted into the National Honor Society and the active adults always ready to lend a helping hand. If ever given the chance, I would come back and volunteer for my home community
After that then I start my career as a business manager, I 've been always dreaming of becoming a successful woman. I plan to work on passing college while working with my part time job. I don 't know, I think it is silly to create all these fantasies-like plans for what I will do every day for the rest of your life. My plans are to be happy with my life, the rest of it is just details I will get to when I am there. As for now, I will still enjoy my life as a college student, having fun with friends and have nothing to worry about.
I’ve learned to finish college, get a stable good working job, enjoy my life, then have a family. “Please do this for me, this is the one thing I ask for”. That made me think that I should work hard to be successful in life. Being successful and making my mom proud is motivation. I will work hard to graduate from college, and have a stable job.
This decision was also determined due to the generous financial assistance that the school had offered me. No other school had offered me as much scholarships, and I wanted to ensure that the cost of attending college had no additional burden on my family that I knew my absence from them already would. After committing to Seattle University, I ignored my imminent departure from my family and friends and enjoyed the rapid conclusion of senior year. For me, graduation not only represented my liberation from endless days of mandated instruction, but also the independence to navigate my life. This invigorating sense of independence initiated my ambition to strive towards my own individual
After high school, my plan is to attend and graduate college at the University of Utah with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. As a result, I would like to teach 5th grade at an elementary school in New Jersey. In order to achieve these goals, I must study hard and never give up so that achieving my goal of being a teacher will be easier. Success is trying your hardest, doing your best and accomplishing your goals. However, that is not all.
I agree that I want to make a change; all I have ever wanted to do was make a change. I may not be the most decisive when choosing a degree, but my basis will stay the same, to make some sort of change big or small. College is a way for me to try things out and to find what I am talented at and enjoy. Applying to a university like SPU is a risk. I have never lived or been away from Hawaii for more than two weeks.
An activity, interest, experience, or achievement that has been particularly meaningful to me in my life is being in an educational group called educational talent search otherwise known as TRIO. This helped me realize that this my future I need to take control and do what’s best for me and my education. This not only helped me get serious about my future but also helped me find the right college(s) that I know I would have liked to apply to such as the University of Central Florida. Being able to visit the college and see what it was about was a great and beneficial experience. In addition to being in a class in school that helps determine my future.
A key step to this is what I want to do after high school, and ISM seems like a good first step to help me decide. I really want to be a part of this, as it seems like a once in a lifetime experience to me. Working with different people is a big interest for me, as I love being around people, and working with students who have
Many successful people that have graduated from colleges and universities have credited their success to the connections they made while studying and I truly believe those connections made in the school will facilitate the job search. There are many reasons why going to Miami-Dade College will have a strong impact and influence in my life. I believe going to college opens many doors and will prepare me for my future
I have always held myself to a high academic and moral standard, therefore I believe joining a fraternity will be an amazing and helpful experience. Knowing that I will be surrounded by other passionate young men driven to succeed and filled with the volunteer spirit gives me great confidence. Something that excites me very much about the University of Tennessee is the diversity. I believe that inclusion of everyone is a key virtue of the volunteer spirit. The only way to grow and prosper is to accept everyone as they are and work together to reach your common goal.
I personally believe that UNC Wilmington will allow me to grow academically as a student as well as an adult. Being from a small town in Maine I have always been the type of person to try new things and live to the fullest. When I decided to go to college, my mind was set on staying close to home my first year and getting the feel of what it is like. I strongly feel I am a very independent person and enjoy the challenges of doing things on my own. I have changed my mind many times on a career path I wish to pursue I don’t find it easy for someone my age to know exactly what they want to do for the rest of their life.
Dear future host family and language instructors, I have always had a special interest in learning languages and it is thrilling to be considered for an opportunity to learn a language in an immersion atmosphere. In addition to my love of languages, those close to me would say that I am adventurous, easygoing and studious, which I believe would make me a good fit for the program. I 'm not easily upset and I work hard to secure future educational opportunities. I have a strong relationship with my family and friends and they are a major source of support. I come from a large, tightly knit family and I often look to my parents and older siblings for advice as I begin planning for my future.
Growing up, my parents pushed me to do my best in school; I didn’t question it much, although looking back, I recognize that schooling is a vital component to be successful in life. I will be attending UNR this fall, the first in my family to do so. Being a first generation college student, my parents cannot provide any information regarding college classes, scholarships, or tutoring. I’ve worked diligently throughout high school but I cannot venture into college blind; TRiO would be a highly beneficial program enabling me to reach my potential in college. TRiO offers helpful opportunities that will be the cornerstone to my education, such as tutoring, study skills, and advice on class schedules.
Going back to school has always been on my mind but never a priority. I allowed other life distractions to interfere. After what seems like years of trying to find my identity and motivation, I have finally decided to go back to school to better not only my life but my daughter’s as well. Being a single mother of one, I want my daughter to see that not only your skill set, but a college degree is a great way to start your career and meet the expectations you set for yourself. The expectations I have for myself are finishing my Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and eventually finishing with my MBA in Human Resources.
After all, I had already spent a great deal of my life taking care of my kids and family. I will be the first one in my family to complete a college degree, neither my parents or my brothers have a college degree. I strive to set a good example for my kids.