Double Major in Criminal Justice/Crime Scene Investigation With A Minor in Psychology and Early Childhood Education; I go to Liberty University. My dream job is to be a youth counselor for troubled youth. I don 't care about the pay I want to help and love what I do. It 's not always about money. I just want a career where I can help people! I 'd love to be a counselor for troubled youth, but my #1 is to be a crime scene investigator. I 'm on setting goals trying to achieve it.
This is a fun, exciting, and cheerful game. It has bunches of people watching others.It makes me feel good when I walk up to the plate.I always feel like I’m at home when I step onto the field. I play my position and have fun doing it. I catch the ball sometimes pop flies or ground balls.I field the ball then either throw it to 1st or 2nd(Most of the time). We get three out then we go in the dugout to bat.
Whether it’s babysitting, volunteering with children, or spending time with my three younger siblings, I have had a lot of experience working with children. I began my babysitting experience with my siblings, then family friends and neighbors. But, my best and favorite customers have been my parents that frequently have me care for my two sisters (ages 10 and 3) and brother (age 7) and we enjoy playing games, reading stories, and making art and crafts; also, I help them do homework, feed them meals and put them to sleep. Having younger siblings, I’ve truly grown to love working with children, and especially teaching them. At school, I am the vice-president of our Kids in Science and Engineering club, which is dedicated to spreading passion and knowledge of science and engineering to elementary school students. We work with after school programs and every other month take a group of 20 club members to conduct experiments and demonstrations with students. My fellow club members and I always look forward to these trips as we have loads of fun with the children who are
I’m applying to GMU in hopes of obtaining a bachelor’s degree in psychology. I want to obtain my degree not only for myself, but for my mother as well. She left her native country of Nicaragua as a political refugee at the tender age of twenty-one. Leaving her family and leaving all hopes of ever completing her degree in education behind. I admire her for coming to a foreign country, not knowing the language and having very limited opportunities, but not letting that discourage her. My mother is a great source of inspiration for me. Being raised in a one parent household in addition to being a minority in this country has always plagued me with limited resources but I’ve never allowed it to be a deterrent. The under privilege I’ve experienced
For this assignment, I interviewed my mother Elaine Meskouris. Director at Evlavia Doulavarous Preschool in Flushing, NY.
My strengths as a writer are being able to come up with a lot of interesting topics and getting it on paper but I have challenges when it comes to organizing my paper and trying to tie all the topics together. Based on the feedback from my papers I would say there are many areas I need to work on for example grammar, punctuation and spelling. For me, it is many areas that I need to work on like grammar and spelling I have always had some complications when it came to those two things so I really try to make sure I continue to work on it. To improve my skills, I am going to take advantage of the Grand Canyon Universities writing center and also the tutoring center this will be beneficial to me because it will help me get stronger in my writing and to also get more feedback that will help me grow even more in the areas that I struggle in.
As a child you are always asked , “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Sometimes our answers are generic , like a firefighter, astronaut, or a doctor. Our parents are excited with these responses because it means we choose to aim high. Unfortunately as children the process of getting into the career you dreamed of is not as instant as growing up. Many factors come into play growing up which will either help you pursue that dream or find one entirely differents. Pursuing a career as a Registered Nurse is a part of me that I am extremely passionate about. It is not only a career path for me, however it’s a part of who I am. When I am asked,Why do I want to be a nurse? My answers are always, this is a challenging , emotional and educational career in which each area grows beyond expectation throughout one's career and I want to be part of all of that and more. I feel that my passion and perseverance can make this vision of becoming a registered nurse a reality.
For over two years I have been blessed to be involved in teaching young children. When I had begun to help at Kids Zone it quickly changed into a transitional period. The administrator, Melissa Cooke, moved to Michigan six months after I had started helping and so it was being run temporarily by the Fisher family for a few months. Unfortunately when Melissa left, the entirety of the volunteer staff stopped volunteering. It was up to the Fisher family and I, five unqualified people to lead the Kids Zone program every week. We kept the program floating until our current Administrator, Walter Rodgers, was hired and quickly changed gears altogether. Within months we had increased our weekly attendees from 15-20 to 40-50 children. By spending my
My goal is to obtain a career that will allow me to help people. I 've always taken joy in the nurturing and care of others, therefore I will pursing a career that aligns well with those qualities. Careers such as a registered nurse, or a psychologist of some sort definitely intrigue me, specifically the aspect of these fields that deals with children. Working as a child psychologist, a NI CU nurse, or a pediatric nurse would be a dream come true. Helping to nurture and take care of children is very rewarding in and of itself, although it would be amazing if I could make a career out of it. IUPUI has many amazing programs that it would be a privilege to be apart of. I, due to my intended career choice am particularly interested in the bachelor
After taking the all three assessment I was able to see what career fields would suit me best. As I turned out, the tests placed me in career fields that I had already thought about joining. The clusters place me in the medical or health services field, as well as working with children. These are all career fields that I have previously considered or am currently considering. It was very important to me to see that what I am studying for is actually something that I would and will do well in. Once I had finished all the tests, I was able to look through the career clusters and see which ones I considered for my top two choices, which were being a teacher’s assistant or a physical therapist. In the end the career I am going for is physical therapy.
Working with children is a great passion of mine. Supporting children and watching them develop is my main aim as I think being responsible for the healthy development of small children is both rewarding and a personal achievement. My passion to work with children came from my only nephew a few years ago when he was born. Helping him walk and teaching him to speak was a huge accomplishment for me knowing I am helping him through his early years in preparation for nursery.
I can 't remember when I began writing as a hobby, but I 've done it long enough for it to feel like a part of me. Everyday, whenever I have time or am in the mood, I try to write something before I go to bed. Whatever that had been scratching at my brain, or something that I want to experiment, I write down before the thought becomes meaningless.
As a kid I was living a stable life among my family; I grew up in a culture where people respect one another. There was no place for any kind of discrimination among people in my community. It did not really matter who you were, where you came from, or what your skin color was. In my home country, Eritrea, there are a lot of people from Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen, but they get treated fairly.
I was born and raised in California in a nice yet not so perfect neighborhood; every now and then it would get some action, such as high speed chase or a drug bust. I had the privilege of growing up the oldest of seven, with three brothers and three sisters in our five bedroom home. Certain things were not too bad even though I hated the idea of babysitting and sharing a room till the age of sixteen, and that was primarily because I would go to school then work right after and spent most nights in the living room finishing homework or studying and end up falling asleep there. My mother was not a single mother, but her and my father have been together and never been married, I asked them once and the reason was that they could earn and receive
Why is writing important? Writing is an important skill to learn and enhance. Writing allows a person to be able to express their thoughts and ideas on to a piece of paper. Writing allowed me, even from a young age, to be able to express myself. Writing allowed me to add my thoughts and feelings on to a piece of paper. Writing is a skill that is necessary for life. Writing gives you the ability to express yourself in ways that talking could not. From a young age, I loved to write. Writing acted as a scapegoat to me. It allowed me to vanish from reality. It gave me the ability to get in touch with my inner thoughts.