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. A key step to this is what I want to do after high school, and ISM seems like a good first step to help me decide.
Hearing his passion for this school is definitely something to be both amazed at and inspired by. I realized that being a part of the Wentworth Institute of Technology community is not only about using the abundant resources to better yourself, but it is also to promote growth in others by using those same resources. When choosing an action that will have any impact on another member of the Wentworth community, I need to take their account into consideration. By being a part of a community, I need to learn to help others, as well as help
Prior to attending the CPOA, students are required to send out a survey to peers, subordinates, and managers. This survey was valuable to me. A common theme is that I am caring and approachable – qualities I value as a leader. I was also told that I need to be more assertive. This is something I am aware of and will continue to work on.
I have met ARSA LI grade 1 graduates, and they told me that ARSA LI had shaped them to great student-leaders. I do not know how but that is why I am eager to join the Leaders’ Institute. I want to learn how this training program would enhance the leadership skills of its participants. If I were chosen for ARSA LI, I would try to learn the various leadership styles and try to make my own, so that I could give something back to this organization, that has given me lots of opportunities to grow mentally and socially, by providing someone who is competent for ARSA related projects such as Senior’s sendoff, ARSA IAC, ARSAFEST, and more. It would be a great honor to help ARSA be the most competent organization in the whole
As a future educator, I indubitably believe Honors College will provide a vast variation of opportunities when it comes to achieving my career goals. I will be able to ameliorate educationally, culturally, and also on a personal level. My career goals involve teaching students in a college setting. Growing up, I was convinced that I would have my own classroom one day and I am currently on my way of making my dreams come true. My ultimate goal is to empower students to learn and to embrace the power of knowledge.
Watching my parents struggle and change their whole lives to provide a bright and better future for me has also taught me to want the most for not only myself, but the people around me too. 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.
I relished these moments because although many students might not have learned where Ypres is, they were engaged with powerful learning about themselves and each other. It is important to me to create an environment where students could cultivate their adolescent perceptions into beliefs, and know that they would be taken seriously. My students understood that I could be “led off task” because I consider learning through lessons and learning through life to be equally important. It engages students, and when one month later, Jose
If I do this, I will be able to perform better in college. I know that there will be harder subjects and activities in college, so I need to be physically and mentally prepared now. In order to achieve my goals, surrounding myself by positive and supportive peers is very important. I need to be with my friends who can influence me to prioritize studies above anything else. I need to work well with my teachers in getting good grades and completing all requirements before graduating from high school.
When I first learned how to read, I developed a very strong internal motivation. I utilized this self-motivation in high school to reach my educational goals and aspirations. My self-motivation was vital for maintaining high academic standings, good time management and staying organized, which are all important for doing well in college and the working world. Finally, Dyslexia was actually a blessing in disguises because it helped me how small details work together to make the big picture. I was willing to put in the effort to learn to read because I saw how vital it would be for future academic success.
I know if I am accepted into UTHSC, I will bring the passion and motivation that it takes to learn and to succeed in this prestigious program. Empowered with the knowledge that experiences shape our paths but do not determine our outcome, I am dedicated and ready to put in the work it takes to make my life-long dream a