The pupils participate in community service activities, and are measured by the amount of time they dedicate to the community. It is important that everyone belonging to the Marian family reflect these ethics in all their activities and actions, and in their interactions with the community at large. Marist Brothers Linmeyer strives to develop their students to achieve academically and in sport to the best of their ability, preparing them for their
Do you love spending time with animals, but more importantly, would like to keep them healthy? Would you like to assist a veterinarian with the tasks of running medical tests as well as feeding and grooming the animals? If so, studying veterinary assisting and technology offers a great way to learn all the basic skills that are required to be qualified for this kind of work. It can be an important first step for anyone interested in becoming a veterinary technician or veterinary assistant and work in an industry where you care for animals. When working in this industry you’ll not only be dealing with animals, but also their owners, in order to deliver a vital and much appreciated service.
When people grow up, they always dream of being successful and becoming something important, such as a doctor or a nurse. My childhood and present-day dream is to become a Veterinarian Technician. I chose this occupation because of my passion for animals and my big heart. This career consists of multiple tasks being asked of the person, and being able to multi-task and have multiple skills. Whenever people hear the words, “Veterinarian Technician,” they focus mainly on the Veterinarian part, if anything.
CTE helped me realize what I wanted to do in life. I was not sure if I wanted to peruse a career as a teacher or as a veterinarian, two very different career clusters. Therefore, I decided to take both of these courses to see which one I was interested in the most. CTE helped me realize that I enjoyed working with children. Therefore, CTE created a clear path for my future as a teacher.
I have also had positions of responsibilities in my school which allow me to make decisions in a logical manner, such as becoming a peer mentor and a bus monitor. These positions of responsibility have also enabled me to become a trustworthy and helpful person, which owners look for in a vet to take care of their animal. I have a part time job outside of school, which involves working with a team, working under pressure, and effective time management. Managing A Levels and a part time job, while getting work experience proves I am a hardworking individual. My work experience with animals and my school studies make me confident that I would be an excellent candidate to study Veterinary Medicine and to one day become a
Showing helps me relax and focus on how hard I’ve worked to bond with this animal and gain it's trust. They trust me to help take care of them and I trust them to do their job. My animals are my life, they help me keep on my feet and help me see things I’ve never seen before. When they get scared or sick I try and take care of them the best possible way I can. That has motivated me to become a vet and help every animal I can.
I am evolved with volunteering at various events through the Interact club here at MHS. By volunteering within the town it gives me good morals. It teaches me to always give back to my community, but it is rewarding to help people in need. My leadership skills shines when I babysit. It is a huge responsibility to make sure a child, or sometimes an infant is safe at all times.
There needs to be a bigger emphasis on the training programs available for assistance dogs, and how they can benefit our community. Currently, the media tends to focus on raising funds for troubled animals. While this is an important need, there is a greater need for increased funding for service animals and awareness of the many ways they contribute to society. Guide, Hearing, Service, and Emotional Therapy are four different types of assistance dogs. Each type of dog is trained to perform tasks for its assigned disability.
Why would a veterinarian conduct animal testing and risk the very same lives they are trying to save? Being a veterinarian is about so much more than being someone who cares for animals. It 's about the passion and the drive that you have to making a difference in the lives of the animals that you swore an oath to care for. Being a veterinarian not only means that you take pride in changing and
We not only have responsibility to our family and our community, but we also have a duty to help and care for each other in the world despite the racial and status differences. In the community setting, it is important to take part of organizations that establish rules beneficial to the public. We have a commitment on this earth, as global citizens to be beneficial and decrease the poverty, the shootings, and the plagues to make this world a better place for the present and the