At school, I also try to do my best. I do my homework, study for tests, participate in sports such as Volleyball and Basketball, and get the best grades I can. I think it's really important for everyone, not just black belts, to know these three areas of a black belt champion, and how we can act our
I will help motivate my peers to take on more community and school service projects. I am not afraid to break out of my comfort zone to benefit those around me. The past two years I have worked to come out of my comfort zone and try new things. This lead me to many clubs and extracurricular activities that I know enjoy.
However, when it comes to clinical, I wanted to continue my learning experience without stopping because I love it so much. So as usual, I always feel so excited and looking forward to my clinical days. Every clinical experience is very unique for me and so does my patients. This
Service Learning and Service Emphasis Week My highs during SEW week first occurred to me when we first arrived in the orphanage and how the kids were cheering and hugging us as if we hadn’t seen each other for years, these kids never knew us but acted and trusted as like they did. One of my favorite moments I recall was when we (as a team) were playing with the kids, and just seeing them smile was enough to make our hearts pound with joy. We spent most of our time teaching them, and I remember them always getting my name right and they would call the rest of my friends “mzungu” meaning “whites”.
HPAC stands for “Health Professions Affinity Community” and is a club that is designated to help tackle medical issues that are prevalent in the communities of Northeast Ohio through innovative projects. One of the past memorable projects that I have ever conducted was the garden project. In middle school, I noticed that a lot of students had unhealthy lunches and were unfamiliar with the benefits of healthy eating. To solve this issue, I worked on creating a school community garden that could help spread awareness about the importance of healthy eating. Once the garden was fully grown, I began noticing how successful our garden was.
It is a cliché to say I have always known what I want to do with my life, but in my case it happens to be true. I have always wanted to give back, even from a young age I was donating toys and food to families around the holiday season and helping raise money and gather non-perishable foods for the local food bank. I was drawn to the feeling of seeing someone smile after getting something so simple or accomplishing something meaningful to them. When I was considering what I wanted to do with my life I thought of many professions from Veterinarian to Social Worker to our beloved Occupational Therapy.
The best description I can give myself is that I am a hard-working loyal person and after facing adversity in my childhood, I can say that I have contributed a lot to the College of Charleston and given back to my community. As a Resident Assistant I experienced many different relationships and situations. It enhanced my confidence and people skills and it led to me winning RA of the semester. I have involvement volunteering in the community and my with the M.O.V.E program which helps better diversify the school. My weakness is I have trouble enforcing my idea in a
At first, it was just a way to get my community service hours, but the kids later won my heart and there was no turning back. It was a place of unity, a place of hope. It brought people from all over the city of Fitchburg together. Volunteers, such as myself, would come from everywhere to help, the high school kept in touch through their mentors, and the kids would bring different friends along. That unity, that Fitchburg unity, was shown everywhere: at football games, at school events, and even at the grocery store.
As you can see I always had a passion for working with children ever since I was young which is why my future goals are to build my own recreation center for kids eight to eighteen which will be called “Kinship Unity”. Furthermore, I believe attending this university will give me the opportunity to expand my skills and knowledge to advocate for those who need a person that will stand up for them and help them to be able to advocate for themselves one day or even others and to see them succeed in life. Thank you for your
I was always engulfed in uncertaintiesif I am capable of accomplishing those tasks. After doing them, I was amazed at myself. But I was more amazed at my teachers for seeing something in me beyond what I saw in myself. During my college years, I spent my weekends volunteering as a teacher in a tutorial program for elementary students. As a teacher, I am aware that my influence to other people is great.
It is always fun to be around children and teach them about the words of God. if I am indeed inducted into national honor Society I plan to take on more leadership roles to improve the community. I want to be the person that people look up to and say goodbyes from. I hope to be able to help others in anyway shape or form I possibly can and inspire others the same way that others before, had inspired me.
The wounded are everywhere. People need to know there is unconditional love for them. Life is the mission field that I have the pleasure and privilege of walking in my mission field daily. There are many times I have had the pleasure of assisting ministries with larger, organized mission events such as The Houston Food Bank where every two weeks I volunteer serving the student body and their families with much need food to assist them with remaining in school. During this time, the opportunities to engage in longer conversation are possible and I do utilize this time to speak of the love of God to my
It was interesting for me to see how to talk to parents when a child needs improvement. Julie Kimura did a lot of positive praise, so that parents knew she had their best interest in mind. She gave them examples of skills to practice at home. This was a way to say that they needed more growth without coming off as