The Army Career Tracker is an efficient web-based software portal that offers tools and resources to both Service Members and DoD Army Civilians designed to promote self-initiated education for career advancement within the construct of a military career from entry to retirement. Offering five major platforms for research and networking, the Army Career Tracker encourages collaborative efforts in planning and executing an individual's successful progression through a specific Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) or Area of Concentration (AOC). Every track outlined in a military career has variables aligned with duty stations, rank requirements, and educational requirements, so the Army Career Tracker attempts to create transparency for the
The Transition C/Kusakavitch “Your life is a story of transition. You are always leaving one chapter behind while moving on to the next” – Anonymous. As I finished my first year of ROTC and began the second, I realized definite changes in myself as an AFROTC cadet.
I began college in 2014 at the age of 58 years-old to change my area of employment and do something that is far more interesting to me, working within the social services field. I realize the fact I was brought up by two dysfunctional, abusive parents in a chaotic home lead me to search out that same type of familiar relationship when I left home at the age of seventeen. In short, I married a domestic violence abuser and alcoholic when I was 19 years-old and had 5 children. Ten years into the marriage, when I had finally reached the end of my rope, a local police officer helped me to obtain a Protection from Abuse order and removed my husband from the home. This era was the birth of the Protection from Abuse orders and for me and this new
was born in Dayton Ohio on March 14th in 2003. I have 1 older brother (Wesley VanZant) and he is 15. My favorite football teams are the Denver Broncos and the Ohio State Buckeyes. My whole family loves to play and watch sports. My brother gets crazy when his favorite teams are playing and make a touchdown. When I was in kindergarten I broke my arm in two spots. How I broke my was my brother and I were having a cartwheel contest. I decided to do a running round-off and I landed the wrong way. When I was little I danced but when I broke my arm I quit dance. I also quit soccer because I had to have bubble wrap around my arm so I didn’t hurt anyone. It sucked!!
Career Narrative: Psychiatrist When it comes to the work force, we have many choices of what we can do, but, it is up to us to figure out what we want to do for the rest of our lives. My career goal is to become an Adult Psychiatrist, I want to be an Adult Psychiatrist because I would like to help people who cannot help themselves. I believe I would be a good fit for this position because I feel I that I have quite a few of the characteristics necessary to help people who need it the most. I would work to get the patient back into the world and to be a fully-functioning member of society. I would likely work at a psychiatric hospital because the people there would need the help the most, due to either being forced to be there, or they are
I can 't remember when I began writing as a hobby, but I 've done it long enough for it to feel like a part of me. Everyday, whenever I have time or am in the mood, I try to write something before I go to bed. Whatever that had been scratching at my brain, or something that I want to experiment, I write down before the thought becomes meaningless.
Hello, I am Jakeline Guerrero Hernandez and I am just going to tell you a little bit about myself. I will begin with my academics, so last year I was part of the Jump Start program in which I got to complete my first year of my associate’s degree while still in High School. This semester I am taking some courses at the campus as well as online. This will be my first time taking online courses so if any of you have any suggestions they are greatly appreciated. I decided to take this course because I had Kim as my Jump Start professor for history and really enjoyed her class she definitively has a way of making history interesting and fun. For my academic interests I want to go into the medical field where I plan on becoming a general physician.
Even though I have only worked in my profession for about two years now, I have great insight into how the developments in technology has changed my career field. What I have seen though has been nothing less than impressive. In just a few short years my career field has made some major changes due to the increase in information technology and mobile revolution.
“Know this, you can start over, each morning.” - Tyler Joseph. It was soccer practice and I was making my way to the field. I was about seven or eight years old. Unfortunately, I just couldn’t make that one shot. It was almost impossible at first.
My favorite season by far would be autumn, winter as a close second. Autumn has always been a season of peaceful business, beautiful colors, and the best flavor ever: pumpkin. With its dying plants that equal gorgeous drives and Halloween where we get free candy and can run around dressed as crazy people without anyone batting an eye. Lots of things happen in autumn, it’s a season of change. I have had a lot of changes throughout the years, one was quite recent actually, I passed my senior moves in the field with a bit of drama.
The summer going into my Junior year of high school, I started volunteering at a retirement community called The Legacy down the road. I helped out by playing games with residents, talking to them, and helping with the weekly socials where we serve treats like pie and ice cream. Not many of my friends understood why I would take the time out of my day and spend it at The Legacy. To answer their question, it is because many of the residents at The Legacy do not have family nearby and have not seen their children, sisters, brothers, etc. in many years, so even a simple conversation with them can really brighten their day. The day that I realized the impact I had on the residents at Legacy was when they started remembering my name and started
I look away as the needle is slowly injected into the skin. I can sense the sting of the needle as it pierces through the wrinkled skin. My grandpa just injected himself with a dose of insulin for his diabetes. I wait by the sidelines, too incompetent to help him. All too often I feel paralyzed with helplessness. Maybe it is because of his blank stares, which reminds me of how distance he is from the rest of the world, or the fact that he has Alzheimer's. I tormented myself with these questions: What can I do to help? How am I able to help? It was later on after my grandpa was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s that my grandmother on my mom’s side was diagnosed with Lyme disease. I could not take it anymore, I had to do something. No more waiting for someone else to come along and help. I was going to figure out how I can play an active role in helping others.
Entering my first high school track and field season was so exciting--it was the start of my discus career where I could actually compete amongst other talented throwers in a span of many more meets. I felt confident since I had always been advanced in my years of throwing since I started at around the age of 9. Learning from an experienced and intelligent coach, I felt there was no way I could not succeed, but then a problem arose. The man who had been coaching me for almost five years could no longer work for the track and field team. I continued to work with him on my own when he was available, however, it appeared that other teammates were suffering due to the lack of guidance and critique. I decided that since I was one of the only athletes
Hi, I am Michelle and this is my freshman year of high school. I was born and raised in Sacramento by my family. I am the oldest sibling and 7 years apart from my younger sister. My family also includes our much-loved dog and she is a female, toy poodle mix. Some things I enjoy and do often is listening to music, checking Instagram and shopping. An instrument I have been playing since I was six is the piano and I enjoy it. I am working towards getting the highest level of Certificate of Merit. My goals for this year is to do well in all of my current and future classes (getting As), make new friends and trying new things.