They check for simple things as spelling errors and made sure I had everything I needed to get an interview. I really appreciated all the help I had on my resume. I was really nice how I was able to walk right in and get help right away. I also ask a couple of questions like how many resume I should have for the career fair and looked at sample references pages. The staff was really helpful in answering my
I am currently a Resident Assistant (RA) in Noehren Hall at the University of Northern Iowa. I came to UNI with limited knowledge about the field of Student Affairs or the impact it has on college campuses. When I became an RA my sophomore year, I instantly fell in love with how I was able to use my passion to connect and build strong relationships with those around me. I currently am in my second year of being a resident assistant here at UNI in a traditional dormitory. I have also gotten involved in SAA here at UNI.
I have had many teachers throughout the years that have had a great impact on my attitude toward education. No instructor however has had such a huge impact in my life as Miss Mindy Sopher. I first saw her name as my academic advisor listed in My Pack Portal, or my online account at NC State. I had no idea what type of experience I would have with her. Last summer before my freshman year, I sent her an email introducing myself and she was quite impressed by my ambitions, especially becoming a “geographical engineer.” I couldn’t wait to meet her in person at my orientation.
They had no trouble coming up to me and asking for my name. That made me realize if they can do it, so can I. My contribution to the FNLM Program was exciting and challenging but overall it was a great program to be in. Meeting new people and mentoring 8th graders so they can have a stress free and peer pressure free life while in high school and out of high school was amazing. It was a time for me to learn,to feel comfortable around people and talk freely.
It is also about studying and making those grades! But my friends positively influence my study habits as well. They encourage me to study rather than get distracted by other things such as my phone, internet, and procrastination. Just the other night Justin and Giselle were helping me with practice questions for my midterm. It was pretty great of them to help me because I got an A on the test.
When people see that you are kind and caring, they will begin to look up to you. It makes me so happy when my friends tell me how much I have influenced their lives. To them, I am someone who they can always talk to and rely on. I have raised their own confidence levels and showed them that they can do anything. I am so blessed to have the opportunity to change people’s lives without even knowing
I was such a good time and was really nice to see all of the college students tailgating with their whole family. It was a huge reunion between a lot of families in the Oakton area. On top of it all, Virginia Tech won! One week had flown by and as Sunday came around it was time to leave. I said my goodbyes and headed back to Virginia Tech around one with my roommate, McKenzie.
Then finding a career that I am excited about has helped me be eager for what the future holds. These things combined helped my self- esteem return to a healthy level. Therefore, college has helped change my daily life by letting me be a more content
In my life, I would be certain to say that I was two distinct people; a child before Temple University, and an individual afterwards. In the years since my graduation, I enjoy reminiscing on those long past days. I was lazy, meek, I had no motivation to do anything and lacked the skills as well. Truly I was going nowhere, until I received a letter in the mail for an application I had completely forgotten about. I was accepted into University, an implausible thought to my young self.I was ecstatic, unable to process what had happened to me.
In conclusion, I am very humbled to be one of the students that could be selected to become part of National Honors Society. I think that I show great character through my scholarship and service that I have stated before, and I hope to be one of the next members of the organization. I believe what I have done will help me improve and develop my character needed to meet and serve all of the expectations of the National Honors Society to the
I thought it looked too easy to be true. I couldn 't imagine myself being in that picture because I was different; I didn 't belong. I didn 't think there would be a place in college that fits me. It was until I came to realize that many college students displayed the "Duck Syndrome". Duck Syndrome describes students of many who on the outside appear calm and cool, and collected while on the inside they are completely stressed out.
I began working at the age of sixteen, and I currently work at T.J. Maxx. For my last year in high school, my friends and I created an “Earn and Learn” business through our school’s DECA club and will be competing at states in February. I am proud of what I have accomplished thus far in my life, and I plan to go even further in the future. My goals and
I am married with a one daughter who will be heading to college next fall and she is definitely a large and important part of my life. As a family, we have traveled regularly with trips to various warm locations – any place that isn’t the rainy Northwest in winter. For the past 15 years, I’ve worked for a telecommunications company in technical project management and
I find the video streams, PowerPoint slides, handouts and website reviews to be most helpful. I find the other resources just as valuable, but I selected these three as my top choices because I am a visual learner therefore the video streams help me out tremendously. I have taking completely online and hybrid classes before; however, those did not include the professor’s lecture online. I think what is brilliant about this course is that I can repeat a lecture at anytime. Being able to watch the video as many times as I need to have been a lifesaver.