When I started Unity High School I thought that it was going to be boring school because my first choice was Skyline but my mom made me come to this school so I had to obey what my mom wants because she takes care of me and helps me with whatever I need help with so going to the school that she wanted me to go to was the least I could have done. I thought that high school was going to be difficult because the work that my brother would bring home when he was in high school looked really hard and I did not understand most of the work he needed to complete. But I realized that I need to be taught the material before I go on and do the work and I learned that as soon as I started high school because I started getting the same work that my brother
I am currently taking this class to have a better understanding on Business Communications and also to get my Associates Degree in Criminal Justice in November. My career goal is to become a Probation officer for juvenile’s long term but for short term I would like to work with adults but not for long. I prefer to help children just because I needed an adult to help me as teenager and I never got that and I want to impact someone life. I currently am not employed do to my high risk pregnancy. My doctor thought it was best I did not work until I am no longer considered high risk and that was up until I was almost seven months pregnant so it’s hard to find a job and get maternity leave this late in my pregnancy.
In eleventh grade, I became President of my school’s “In the Driver’s Seat” Club, an association founded with the goal of raising awareness about the dangers of impaired driving. This club had been active at my school in the past; however, when I was in grade ten, it ceased to exist. I felt that this club was necessary to the school as it taught students how important it is to think before getting into a car, as impaired driving is never the best choice. In addition to raising awareness, the club fundraised for Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada (M.A.D.D. Canada).
I think I am at the Pseudo-Independence stage of Janet Helm’s model of racial identity development. The town where I grew up didn’t really have much diversity and when I was younger I was oblivious to racism. I didn’t realize that racism existed until I went to high school and started working. One day at work last year the store manager told me to keep an eye on a customer. He had never done that before but I realized it was because the customer was of color.
I enjoy reading your post. When I first started college, I use to think it was hard to get into the criminal justice field and then I met a guy while I was taking my associates and working as an assembler we started a conversation about a college and I told him what I was going to school for then he offer to help me because he is a corrections supervisor at a youth facility the conversation was going pretty well until he told me that the only way that he would help me was if I went on date with him. I did not take his offer. I know my potential and the passion I have in this field and tomorrow I am having a job interview at the youth correction this individual is working at. My advice to you is try to get a job with the skills you have and
During my elementary school time, I had learned that this world is full of competition and you have to act out in order to stand a chance. I was quite intelligent in my classes, especially on the subject of mathematics. While I thought nothing of it,as I was bullied for that reason, my teachers saw it differently. Then, during the 4th grade, my teacher, Mr.Green, had asked me if I would like to join the school’s math field day team. At first, I wasn’t so sure, but after a few days, I was now a part of my school’s math field day team, along my twin brother, Anthony.
Something such as returning back to school was long gone and in my past goals. After a couple of years I never thought I would end up going back to school since everything that I wanted was going good and according to plan. However sometimes we are faced with tough situations where we must find other resources in order to improve and better ourselves. Going back to school was one of the most important and wise decisions that I have ever made. Finding well-qualified candidates for a job or career nowadays is a challenge, especially in the field that I am currently in; law enforcement.
When I first started writing this essay I had no idea about how to promote Americanism, with me being your normal fourteen year old girl. Then I did what many of my peers would do, I googled it for ideas, but nothing caught my attention. At that moment, I decided I wouldn’t write the essay, but then today at my Veterans Day program I realized that there are plenty of things I can do to promote Americanism. I hadn’t realized how truly lucky I am to live here in America, and I realized that’s what true Americanism is. Promoting Americanism isn’t about doing big, flashy things for popularity, or to look good.
Freshman year came. I tried out for a team that was located in Indiana this time, called Indiana Dew (after Mountain Dew, no less.) I didn’t want to play on Chi-Town anymore because I would have to move up to the 16U division while my younger teammates were still in 14U. The thought of joining a new Chi-Town team terrified me and I wished desperately that I was born in 1993 instead of 1992 (my birthday is December 19, so I was only 12 days short of the deadline.) I used to joke to my mom that we should have forged my birthdate on my birth certificate so I could still play with the same team.
Alex said “look, you seem like a really kind person and i'm not what you call a ‘nice’ guy Anna.” She explained how she understood but she still wanted to be friends. Alex didn’t want to be just friends but he knew that if his world and her world collided it would be a catastrophe. Although his heart intended to be more than friends he didn't wanna hurt her for some reason he didn’t know
Graduating from the Virginia State Police Academy was one of the most important moments in my life. I never thought that I would become a Law Enforcement Officer. However, as I would find out later after studying my heritage that is it in my blood. I played sports in high school and put my school work last therefore, pursuing any kind of formal education after high school was never an option. Nevertheless, I was working in a paint store after graduation and a trooper that I have known all my life walked in and handed me an application to apply to the Virginia State Police Academy.
In my personal view of this article, I think that the author just got a tiny glimpse at what the actual welding career is. Mr. Lusvardi wrote this article for a newspaper therefore he mainly focused in his region but this career is practiced worldwide. I believe his stats are very accurate but still missing the big picture. This article in my opinion would be very important to an undecided student. There are many high school seniors that still don 't know what major they would like to take in college, they might know they like to work in the outdoors and doing stuff using their hands but they can 't decide between safety inspector or welding.
At the start of 10th grade I was faced with the challenge of figuring out what activities to start or continue with this year. I had been doing both fencing and robotics the previous year which worked great but then I came into a new school and was forced to decide between continuing with my favorite sport or my favorite activity. I could not change my fencing schedule since open bouting was only available at specific times and these are the exact times the build team met for robotics. I tried to work out a way to do both by talking with the team leader about taking on a new role such a programing or business but was informed that unlike my previous team I would have to be fully committed to the activity. This meant I would miss any fencing
Although I took history courses in middle school, the classes taught minimal information and caused dissatisfaction with the level of knowledge I was receiving. The AP World History course was my opportunity to learn and understand different cultures and religions, and it was an opportunity I was not going to let pass by. Despite the constant remark of the difficulty of the course and its workload, I was eager to get started. It was in the very first week that I realized I made the right choice by enrolling in the course. Learning about the beginnings of civilizations and up to the 20th century seemed like a tough challenge I was looking forward to.