I thought, it was just a place, with beautiful beaches, spas, resorts, hotels and the nice shining sun. Once I figured out that Hawaiians are under U.S control, especially for 200 years, I was surprised. If I were in the shoes of the Hawaiians, I could try to preserve their culture as much as possible by constantly practicing it, and thinking my own Hawaiian way. This article made me realize that every ethnic group had to go through ugly struggles, but once they did, that what makes them strong. It helped me to embrace Hawaiians and other ethnic groups now.
23- December 31, 1806,” all have one thing in common. They all support expansion and the desire to discover new land. They explain why the people wanted to control the land and expand our nation. They all wanted to continue to better our nation when it was already great. Everyone was destined to find new things and be the most powerful, when sometimes it just could not be
Purpose of the project The purpose of this project, is to develop and deploy a comprehensive media strategy/campaign for the Hawaiian chapter of the American Red Cross. It will focus on what the Hawaii Red Cross can do to enhance its internal communication, with the goal of providing the Hawaiian community with tailored content, such as local pictures and stories, so that the organization chapter can reach its goals of attracting increased donations and support. I will do that by researching how the organization 's internal communication works today, and what efforts have been put into action earlier to solve the problem. I will deploy relevant communication theories towards understanding this problem and forming a product solution.
It was misconception, however, because attending this school would bring even more than those I had before. My parents could never be able to afford this school for me, but that didn 't stop me from desiring to live in a place where I knew, opportunities were around every corner and I was right. My University has been so generous since the day I stepped foot on campus and has provided me the support I need to be successful. My responsibilities are still in tact, I 'm working hard to stay in good academic standing, balancing work and organizations, and helping out at home the best I can from hours away. The doors that have opened since I decided to attend Texas A&M are those which I would have never came into contact with if I had failed to believe in myself as well as the Aggies who were immediate to congratulate me when I did.
While completing my Bachelor’s degree my grade point average will be important to me, however, it will not be the ultimate ruler with which I measure my success. My success will be measured in the increased effectiveness with clients I gain, my desire for lifelong learning, and most of all my faithfulness in trusting God. I will know I have succeeded in my listed goals when I am healthier, as defined by my physician, I experience increased joy, my clients are more successful, and I trust God with every area of my life.
My goals are to graduate high school with a high gpa such as a 4.0 or higher, increase my intelligent, and go to best the UC in state. I set huge goals, so I can achieve them one by one. I know I am not useless, but I am stuck at a point where I can’t find any help that can guarantee me into an UC or a college in general. I believe that participating in a college access program can help me gain success and ensure my school years aren’t wasted from doing random stuffs that won’t guarantee success.
The American Dream is being able to achieve whatever a citizen wants as long as they are willing to work hard for it; being financially stable is a key factor to being successful. This is the main reason many immigrants come to America. They want to start a life that allows them to build a family in a successful environment. The American Dream started in the early 1800s saying that anyone was able to achieve what they want as long as they worked hard and never gave up. America is one of the best countries to achieve the idea of “being successful.”
Opportunity, according to Malcolm Gladwell is based on the time you were born and being in the right place at the right time. Barack Obama had many opportunities throughout his life that helped shape the success he is today. The first being, he received a scholarship to enroll in Punahou school, a private school in Honolulu, Hawaii. Without this stepping stone there is a possibility he wouldn 't be the president today. He later attended Occidental University where he was exposed to students of all races but learned how to embrace his biracial heritage and become part of anti-apartheid movement.
Never would they have imagined going to school let alone attending college but because of them I was able to attend school, graduate high school, and attend college. Because of them I had the amazing opportunity to be born in one of the greatest countries in the world and study to become anything or anyone I wanted to be. Because of them and with the help of the Clark Construction Field Scholarship I am able to pursue a degree in Special Elementary education with a minor in Human services and speech pathology and audiology. Without being awarded the scholarship for the past two years my parents and I wouldn’t be able to afford tuition and I wouldn 't be able to pursue a degree. I am not sure what the future may hold for me
I firmly believe that i deserve this award granted by the Courage to Grow Scholarship. Education is greatly important to me and my future. No one in my family has ever attended college and I know that I can change that. I may come from a poor family but it is my goal to be successful in the career i choose.
They can also say what they want to say without the fear of prosecution. Freedom is a tremendous part of America due to winning our freedom in 1776 and we are still fighting for it today both here in the states and overseas. Americans are known to dream big, as children we are told that we can be anything that we want to be as long as we work for it and don’t give up. Many dreams are fulfilled
My greatest accomplishment was achieving the highest level of Hawaiian language at my former private Hawaiian school. Before I was accepted into my former school for seventh grade, I always had a passion for learning the Hawaiian language. My family spoke basic Hawaiian phrases, which inspired me to fluently learn my mother tongue. I then applied to Kamehameha Schools—a school that teaches students fluent Hawaiian. My passion to learn Hawaiian language motivated me to try me best during the testing and interview process.
The United States has inflicted imperialism on the island Hawaii on January 17, 1893. They did this by overthrowing the government which was a monarchy and its ruler was Queen Liliuokalani. Then by overthrowing the sugar planters who overthrew the Queen, President William Mckinley was able to obtaining the territory for the U.S after the Spanish-American war. The U.S wanted to obtain Hawaii because of its monopoly on Sugar and its Sugar exports to The United States. The United States wanted to obtain the territory also to get rid of taxes on them and the business, and wealthy people were losing their ability to manipulate the government and wanted it as a naval base like pearl harbor.
2005- My parents found my name on the Cottage Hospital wall, where I was born. 2006 - The reason I went to Hawaii when I was so little, is because Americans Airlines let children under 2 years old go to any destination for free. 2007 - Kid’s Love Soccer was the first time I played soccer.