At the end of the journey, I had gained a lot from these 4 years, but it also prepared me for my next journey, my journey through university. In conclusion, both the archetypes of the student and the journey have a big role in my life. Understanding both archetypes helped me through my years at high school and will hopefully help me in the future years to
This scholarship is a wonderful opportunity for students of GVSU, and I am honored to be considered for this scholarship. I believe that I am a great applicant for this scholarship, and that I deserve this scholarship. One reason I deserve this scholarship is because of my strong academic courses. Throughout my high school career, I pushed myself academically by taking a total of 10 AP classes and 7 honors classes. These classes were all challenging, yet I pushed through with determination to complete the classes to the best of my ability.
Kewauna’s Ambition Kewauna used perseverance, passion, and courage to succeed in college. Firstly, Kewauna used perseverance to graduate from college. For example, Paul Tough: author of How Children Succeed shares that Kewauna stayed after class to get extra help from her professor. As you can see, Kewauna persevered by getting the help she needed. Kewauna used passion to succeed in college.
Doris receives a grade point average of 4.0 every year and is planning to continue her streak of high grades. She easily grasps new concepts that have been taught to her and is able to use her knowledge quickly to help her classmates that do not understand it as well as her. She is also an honor student, in which she is currently taking the classes of Honors Biology and Honors Geometry. School is her highest priority for Doris because in order to
Janet Reno showed leadership throughout her high school and college life. The education she received and opportunities she took helped her become the first woman attorney general. When Janet was first searching for work, she faced a lots of gender
The National Honors Society is an organization consisting of outstanding students across the nation, and I am truly honored to be considered to join. Not only does this organization push students to succeed academically, but it also allows them to build character by taking part in their communities through leadership roles and service. With this, I would take advantage of all the opportunities the society presented me to build my own character even further. In my years of high school, I have shown that I am qualified to join the society based on my performance in academics, character, leadership and service. Throughout my years, I have been able to maintain a GPA at a 4.0, while also balancing my time with sports, clubs and a job.
Being on a team is a special thing. It’s just like being a part of a family. I have been a member of the girl's varsity lacrosse team for four years. Many lessons have been learned from the wins, the loses, and the successes that our team has had in the past years. As a member of a team, I had to fully commit myself, because my actions did not only have an effect on myself but my teammates as well.
I am honored to be amongst the meritorious students who are being considered for induction into the National Honors Society. Being an active member of this society has been something I have been looking forward to since middle school; having previous family members inducted, I regard acceptance to it a goal I must accomplish. I would be honored to be a member of this society which is known for benefiting others. These limitless opportunities of contributing to my community will help me grow as a person which will undoubtedly help me in my future career in the medical field and leave an impact on my fellow community members. The National Honors Society is an important organization made up of students who demonstrate leadership, service, character,
I am able to come up with solutions to problems and take initiative on a task, provide community service, positive advice and encouragement to my fellow friends and classmates. Also Golden Door seeks out intellectually curious students who are committed to developing their talents for lives of leadership and service, I can say that I have these characteristics. Even though I did not attend College after my High School graduation, I did not give up on my dreams. It actually took me to years to be part of Guilford College, over those two years I felt lost falling into an endless abyss but continue to reach out to Colleges asking in what ways they could help me to make College affordable. I applied to many scholarships, Es El Momento, North Carolina Hispanic College Fund, Hispanic Scholarship Fund, Etc.
I've always seen myself as a leader So,I was disappointed to know that In school when they were choosing the Posse Nomene they did not choose me. The Posse Scholarship is a four year scholarship for students who show leadership and accomplish to good grades. When I heard that I was not nominated by my school, my thoughts immediately turned to myself. Was I not a leader? I'm not just an activist fighting for what's right, this is how I am an activist, a feminist.All this started when I was In fifth grade and my Mom told me about this walk for ending abusive and verbal violence.
My fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Mackey made a positive effect on my life. She was a very impactful teacher who even today I speak to often. She went above and beyond to ensure that her students were achieving in her classroom. Mrs. Mackey had a relationship with every student in her class and kept up with us through our middle school and high school years. We had such a relationship that she wrote a recommendation letter for me when I was applying for scholarships.
Especially within Little Falls High School the tools that faculty, and even other students ensure provide an environment to which anyone can thrive. Throughout my years I have achieved multiple academic awards and accolades. To get to to a point in my education where I was able to receive such great awards took serious dedication not only on my part but all the teachers as well. Learning new material in various topics does not come easy to me. I started off certain classes like geometry or spanish with no clue what I was doing and even a few bad grades in the beginning.
I am responsible for the office’s receptionist work such as answering phone calls, responding to emails, assisting in organizing student’s portfolios, and updating student’s information if necessary. I also schedule counseling appointments for students and also trusted with the task of collaborating with the transfer center, in an effort to keep students informed of transfer application filing dates. I helped students complete college applications and had the opportunity to answer questions they may have about attending Universities. Another duty of mine was to explain to students the mandatory steps to get off academic probation. Academic probation is when a student who has attempted at least 12 semester units earns less than a 2.0 GPA for total cumulative units attempted at ELAC.
I wish to apply for the position as an transcript evaluator II . I have great interest in the position and believe I am the right person to fill such a position. I have many experiences in a university and community college setting. I believe will have the preeminence in my performance as a transcript evaluator II. Due to my experience and expertise as a transcript evaluator I for the past year, I am able to answer and handle all questions and matters very efficiently pertaining to processing and evaluating application and files.
Taylor and I met during a team building activity our freshman year at Yadkin Valley Regional Career Academy, during our first two weeks. Even though I have gotten to know her over the past two years, this interview experience let me get to know even more about Taylor. Taylor is a hardworking, compassionate, patient young woman who continues to inspire me to do better in my own life. Taylor is 16 years old and is from Thomasville, North Carolina. Taylor went to Silver Valley Elementary School, South Davidson Middle School and now attends Yadkin Valley Regional Career Academy.