Titan P.R.I.D.E is a key aspect in everything I do. The term PRIDE gives me the reminder that the decisions I make in life, for good or for worse are all part of my choice. It means my future job, life, and success are all in my hands, and the decisions that I make today will shape how my future will play out. With this in mind, the classes, clubs, and extracurriculars I have and will take are all a ramp to my future.
Although there are many possibilities our future can take a drastic turn, we have to come up with a handy plan that will help be resilient. By the time I graduate high school, I am determined to grow into an independent, mature adult, be satisfied with my decisions, and most importantly, pursue a career that I enjoy. I know that not everyone with whom I am friends right now will be by my side by
Opposing viewpoints say that throughout life one can do that on their own, it doesn’t take college to figure that out. However, college “encourages students to think, ask questions, and explore new ideas, which allows for additional growth and development” (Importance of College Education). College offers many classes, and opportunities that’ll narrow someones options down to what they like to do, and what they want nothing to do with. Also, you can meet new people and expand your ways of thinking on what you want to do in life; open your mind to new ideas (The Value of Education 41).
There is so much I can and will do in my new college community. I will initiate conversations about things that need to improve, encourage students to strive to make a difference, and volunteer around the campus whenever the opportunity is given. The future excites me and I am ready to become an active member of a new community. 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
I worked my way up from freshman year to senior year and I know I can improve even more and that 's what I want to achieve in college. I know that I can improve and I will work hard to get my goal. All the hard times I went through in my life made me realize who I truly am, and I might change but only for the better and I cant wait for what the future brings
I would go to college because I would know that my future is ensured and that i will be able to receive a job more easily since competition is growing. My education has always been something i value and i have always had a desire to learn more and gain more knowledge that i can apply to the real world. College helps you become independent and find your true calling. Its an important part of growing up and will help you find out what you want to do in life.
My quality world entails several aspects of what I dream of. College being the first step into the real world is a crucial necessity for my success. In order to have a successful life in my book, I need to acquire the education I want for my careers. It’s important that I learn study skills in college that I will use in real life, such as: organization, time management, networking, asking the right questions and empathy. Time management allows me to use my time effectively or productively, whether I’m at work, home, or school.
When June 9th comes I believe I would be more confident than I have ever been before in my life. I have never been more ready for everything in my life. I 'm already really focused but when I graduate and start college I don 't think it be a problem for me to be focus. I will more directed when graduate because I 'm going to start learning about what I love to do. I would take more risk in life because I would pushed my self harder or maybe do something I wouldn 't normally do.
It has made me a caring and appreciative person all around and I aspire to fulfill all of their wants and desires as they have mine in the future. In order for me to accomplish everything I want in life, the first thing on my list I have on my to-do list are my academic plans. I plan to graduate with my Bachelors at UNF with a major in Business and minor in Marketing. I then want to continue my education by earning a Masters in Business Administration.
My dream is to attend an institution that presents students, like myself, who have financial-based needs the opportunity to pursue a quality education in a thought-provoking environment. I hope to procure a degree in the law or political science field, where I can fully share my desires and capabilities with the world, maintaining my passion to help those in need. I continue to grow from my dynamic experiences and with the limitless future possibilities of personal growth in college, I will be exposed to new life tests, ultimately developing into a newly empowered
They should get up every day and treat school like it is a full time job. Finally, last but not least study, study, and study. Studying is a major thing students need to do in order to have any success in college. They should make a certain time every day that they study.
Yet the most memorable divergence is undoubtedly the lack of “y’all”. The use of this clunky and rather unbecoming term was always fairly unanimous, even across demographics, in my Texan experience; it has always been a cultural norm for me, uttered without a second thought, much less a poking look. Now, when I’m speaking on the phone to my family 300 miles away, I hear a chuckle from my friends. Never before had I experienced any sort of criticism, joking or otherwise, over this
Hi, I am Vendela Eskind and I am applying for college. I feel that college is really what will get my future going. I am kind, courage’s, determined, and outgoing. My philosophy is that I can always work harder and there is no limit to my success or failure. I am one to always find and or see the best in people and in my future.
I 'm sure that college fantasy will change and morph into something else as I change and morph with passing time. Likewise, my life goals will most likely change, however the underlying theme seems to remain the same. I want to be able to say that I went through and finished college, went traveling in my studies while I am still young, and made meaningful connections to people that I love. Most of all, I want to make a difference I can be proud of, and remain happy throughout my long adventure of life where ever it takes me. Now that you have a bit more insight to some of the decisions and experiences in my life, maybe you can understand why you would get so many different answers when asked who I am.
I am Mexican-American. Both of my parents were born in Mexico while I was born here in the United States. I personally haven 't had many racial interactions but I do remember this experience my dad had that he told me. His experience wasn 't even that long ago, it had just happened a few months back. He was at a store talking to this person and they had started to laugh at him.