I was a member of the working class. It was one day I came to accept this job for its benefits. I worked alongside excellent co-workers that always created a smooth work environment, and I was able to observe kids having fun which made me happy. After having to help for months I realized that I’d been a big help. I contributed financially, which put a stop to my household debt.
After taking care of my educational responsibilities and extra-curricular activities, I always find the time to involve myself in service-oriented activities. For example, during the last year, I completed 68 hours of community service. And, this year I hope to devote more hours to activities that will benefit my fellow students and my community. I have great plans in mind like organizing service trips, doing fund raisers, reserve one Saturday each month to community service to bring a smile to someone’s face. Additionally, this year the Interact members have selected me as a treasure for the school year 2015-2016; giving me the chance to use my leadership skills to provide a valuable service to my classmates.
Hall made sure to take Noetzelman and me underneath his wing. Mr. Hall helped refine our skills as engine drivers and assisted in educating us about the ARFF apparatus. I have a lot of respect for Mr. Hall, he has helped me become a more improved and more competent driver. I was given the opportunity to become a driver during my rookie year and at first I was very intimidated. I was at the time in shock that someone in upper management trusted me enough to be a driver at a young age and rank.
It’s where I’ve built friendships and experiences that will last a lifetime. I’ve been working ever since I turned 16. At the same Taco Bell in fact. I got his job through the friendships I had made during the other hobbies I had at the time. So today, I’d like to talk about my personal background and some hobbies of mine.
I have been in the customer eservice industry for the Last three years and I enjoy it because I love creating new experiences and helping others. I recently interned as an Administrative assistant for a year and I was extremely grateful for the opportunity because I was grow and learn in a field that I hadn’t before. This job is a the perfect oppertunity for me because it’s a combination of both things I’m passions. I would love to work for this organization so I can continue to grow and learn and eventually work my way up.
Boy Scouts as a whole has allowed me to be a much stronger individual and has really made me into the person I am today. When I 'm able to I always help out people in need and continue to do so. Next week I will continue my yearly tradition of helping collect food for those in need. In general, I tend to take up service projects when I 'm able to; as helping others is a value I hold dear to myself. Over the years of Boy Scouts and elsewhere I 've organized and participated in many service projects.
The clubs provide many opportunities including meeting new students, learn from others, and exploring things. I become a better communicator through presentations, speeches, and conversations in these experiences. The clubs help me to learn how to manage my time and to be connected to students and even the world. In addition, during my senior year, the International Club elected me as their President. As President, I became more adept at thinking, helping, and working which helped grow my leadership skills.
However, this time the future owners would be joining me. Since my last visit, the house has come a long way with the addition of plumbing and electric. At the end of the day, the couple who would be residing in the house thanked us greatly for the work we had contributed. A complete group of strangers worked several hours not only to give this family a home, but also to give them hope. Hope is the greatest thing you can give to a community, and, watching as this family thanked us, I realized that we had lit a spark of hope within those who need it
We continued to practice them throughout the semester and his ability to solve them improved every week. I used Vygotsky with my student, because I found his Zone of Proximal Development the first week, and used scaffolding to guide him to the right
PepsiCo International seeks for employees that are passionate with their work together with an energetic workforce. For this to happen, TMC has came out with their own modified simplified John Kotter’s 8-Step Change Model, it’s a four step process known as the Culture Change Roadmap.The change started in 2004 and with this, it has successfully guided PepsiCo International throughout. Ever since the implementation of the Culture Change Roadmap, PepsiCo International has shown significant improvement. It has first of successfully created an awareness of understand diversity and inclusion especially among the senior leaders. Based on the research proven by TMCorp, employees in PepsiCo International has shown a major growth in terms of inclusiveness of other staff members.