But more often than not, I would receive true, scientific answers. Unfortunately for those around me, that would only raise more questions. Noticing my interest in the world around me, my parents signed me up for science summer programs and thus, my passion was born. I was placed into a multitude of programs, but only one truly stuck with me. Its name is Ben Carson’s Summer Program.
As a homeschool graduate, and the only child of committed parents, I was given the most challenging curricula available, and stretched to the length of my inherent abilities. The major goal for my primary and secondary education was to create a self-motivated learner. I have chased after my required and elective subjects with great passion, spending endless hours in research and activity, satisfying my desire to learn and gain mastery of the subject at hand. The Gila Monsters challenge took me to even higher levels of inquiry with motivation for our team to be contenders at the FIRST Robotics Competition, Arizona
Hello I 'm Michael Mandich and this is my first year in help desk and my second year at NHS. I enjoy learning to hanging out with friends and playing games online. The reason I joined Help Desk is because I am interested in learning about technology and how it is rapidly changing the world of education. The way I sparked my interest in technology was when I was younger I would disassemble computers, despite the fact that I had no idea what any of it did I would take it apart and put into small piles of components I would probably never use again. What was really important to me was learning about what I was doing.
As the years pass by there is always a new game changing design which inspired me to learn the structure and be able to acknowledge how each new model is developed from top to bottom. My first time driving was truly an unforgettable experience. Finally being able to value how breathtaking it was. It wasn 't any standard concept car but it was a custom built project. The
The first table I stopped by was the McGladery booth. To be completely honest, going into the conversation I had no idea what it actually was the McGladery actually did. In elementry school I had a friend whose father worked for the company, and since then I had always been curious. But after briefly introducing myself to the recruiter, I informed him that I was a first year smeal student who was looking for general information on different companies. The recruiter, who I believe was named Kyle, was incredibly nice and informative.
I believe that HITES12 will be a very fun and educational camp. This last engineering camp will improve my understanding of my chosen career field, biomedical engineering. I think this camp could be beneficial to me in several ways, so I am eager to attend. I believe that I am well-suited to attend this camp because I am determined, work hard, and want to make the world better. To begin with, attending the past engineering camps are some significant events in my life that have made me want to be an engineer.
In my junior year of high school, my physics teacher told our class about a project at one of the other schools in the district that we could help with. I signed up, knowing that it would add to the undoing of my shyness. We headed over to the school, ready to help the children. The fourth and fifth graders were building foam rocket cars, which our class built a week before. I collaborated with my classmates and the kids to help build an amazing rocket car.
As the music crescendos around me and I toss my saber, everything else fades away until it's just me, the music and my saber. Months of hard work, dedication, and lessons I have learned come flashing back. I can't believe that there was a time before I knew how to spin anything, even a flag. Color Guard has helped me grow as a person over the last few years. In the beginning of my freshman year of school, the Guard program was not strong but because I wanted to join, I started to build the program.
Throughout Middle school career, I got high marks in science as I found that more interesting than anything else. When I got to High School, I had the opportunity to sign up for Health Science classes to get a jump start on my goals. This was the first time I started to question not choice field, but rather the profession itself. It was the second semester of my freshman year and I was taking a class called Health Team Relations. In the course there is a unit on Career Exploration which consisted of a few guest speakers.
As a student and as a person I had found fulfillment in learning and have since lost that fulfillment I used to find. Many of my goals are based in education, it has been my dream to, eventually, be the namesake of a college that will advance world education even further. Knowledge is the most important aspect of my life. In my current school situation it feels like I 'm going through the motions day to day. Work at my school is not very difficult and I feel like I could be involved in classes far ahead of
and many careers are available for those who wants to work in medical, engineering, science-working field. Having all these traits will help you slide through life easier with a purpose, code, having the foundation for success and mostly importantly, it will make your life fulfilling with all your dreams and goals achieved. It will shape you as an individual, your family, society, nation and the world. I would like to congratulate you and your parents for having these traits and I’m looking forward to this upcoming year and making wonderful memories throughout the school year. Thank you all for your attendance here today.