Mentors are positive people who will help you find the lessons in your experiences with life. I have been thankful enough to have had several mentors in my life and upcoming career. My grandfather has given me the opportunity to go to college with Florida prepaid. He calls me every week to check on my application status and to see if I heard any new information regarding universities. He also gives me pep talks about what I should be doing to get ready for the life ahead.
He allows his trainees and interns to practice the style they want to explore. It is refreshing to know that I have the flexibility. I have already been asked to start a support group as well, which I am grateful that I have had this class that I can believe to implement what I have learned. Goals and Student Learning Outcomes My goals that I established at the time was to stay in contact with my academic advisor, continue at the time to reach out to field
While I had a certain syllabus, I had been put in near full control of my school, and all I had to do was show my completed work. Being independent, began to teach how to schedule my time correctly as I would soon learn is a necessity in dual credit college courses. Flexibility also became a good asset when I started working at a nearby Christian Camp. My boss loves that I could work nearly anytime because I had such an accommodating schedule. Even moving twelve hours across the state of Texas was not consequential as far as school was concerned, I already had everything I needed to finish what was started and there was no delay in learning.
I am so grateful for having all the professors I have today. My words cannot explain how thankful I am to my biology professor Navneet Kaur, English professor Rachel Ihara, and SD professor and my advisor George Hill. It was very hard for me to get through but because of my professors, I have accomplished my goals as a freshman. Especially George Hill, he has shown me the right direction from the first day when I came for registration. I am so glad that I have chosen to attend KCC because my dreams began here!
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
I discussed the logistics behind it with my facilitator and began to plan the event. I was very excited to organize the event and the students seemed just exited. In the end, while only half of the students in the FIG attended, I was able to provide an atmosphere where they could relax and have fun. This was also the most rewarding experience I had the entire semester, as not only was I able to effectively plan an event that brought the group closer together, but I very positive feedback from the students, who relayed that with my help, were able to make a smooth transition into
By taking on leadership roles such as being president of environmental club and public relations of class council, I am a mentor to others all while sharing the same interests and providing opportunities for them to build their own character. Prior to this school year, I was fortunate enough to attend a weeklong event called Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, where I lived there for a week surrounded by young leaders from all over south jersey. In this experience, I learned that being a leader means being understanding of others and their situations. With this experience I was able to bring back what I learned to my own communities like environmental club. Not only do I have to be organize and communicative, but I also have to be a role model to members of a club by showing my own good character.
The Bexar County Community Supervision and Correction Department is the location I spent doing my internship this past fall. During my academic career at The University of Texas at San Antonio I was preparing for my exit and ultimately my career opportunities that would be offered or sought after my graduation. While attending UTSA I was fortunate enough to receive an in depth perception of the many job fields that majoring in Criminal Justice offers. Overall I was satisfied with the academic preparation of the curriculum, networking opportunities, internship expectations and my personal achievement in the internship. The internship is an important aspect of the degree plan in that in helps to incorporate what has been learned in academia
Introduction When I first saw the syllabus of this class, I was looking forward to doing the service learning project as I have only been to only one in the past. I believe that service learning is important as part of a quality college education because I believe that people learn best through experiences. Also, service learning is important as part of a quality college education because, during the service, there will be numerous opportunities for students to learn new things. For instance, I am a business major student but I know about the history of the Gold Park and the benefits of the plants there through the service learning project. Now, I also learn about the history of the Coast Salish Tribe and their culture.
I plan to continue working at Rizzo’s until I graduate college and receive new employment pertaining to my degree. I believe it is a wonderful place to work and they truly appreciate their dedicated customers. In the past two years that I have worked at Rizzo’s, I have been witness to many proactive changes made by management. Based on my
I know that you are a busy professor, so I will just get straight to the point. I am currently in the process of applying to graduate school for my masters in health administration and your name came to mind. I truly enjoyed your class as well as how you made both lecture and lab as convenient as you could for students who worked. I would greatly appreciate it if we could meet
Hello everyone, my name is Brett Dahmer. This will be my last semester at Calhoun Community College, because I will have obtained enough credits to graduate with an Associate’s Degree. Originally I am not from Alabama but moved here for a job working with hardware, firmware, and software reconfiguration. Lastly, I find the history of art to be a fascinating subject and hope each and every one of you will enjoy it as much as
Unfortunately, I have not held any offices in the organizations above yet but I sure intend to. However, I have been a leader and mentor in many of the organizations. The National Society of Leadership and Success has taught me how to be an effective leader throughout my time here at Columbus State University. The Competitive Premedical Studies Program has allowed me to mentor those incoming students into the program and give helpful advice as how to make the most of the program. By being a part of the organizations listed above, I encounter many opportunities of community service and volunteer work that contribute to enhancing CSU and its community.
In the next four years of my life at Furman, I plan to cultivate a spirit of discovery, collaboration, and civic engagement. Because Furman is a liberal arts institution I believe that there will be so many chances to discover things I have never even heard of before. I plan on joining multiple organizations including the Heller Service Corps and the Shucker Center for Student Leadership. I believe that being a part of both of these organizations will allow me to not only expand my horizons and learn new things but help people at the same time. I will also be able to discover amazing new things by studying abroad.
I feel grateful for the guidance and friendship that my advisors at Park have given me. While there are many things I hope my next advisor learns about me, and there are two important things I would like my Dana Hall advisor to know about me. Over the years, I have grown passionates for many different hobbies. I have always had a passion for arts and craft and I started doing more in second grade After a long day at school, I began to attend crocheting lessons as something fun and relaxing. At first, I didn 't think I would enjoy it, but after I completed my first project, a headband, I felt very proud of myself that I made a headband designed by me that I could wear.