Because of the year-round educational support within the communities, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo have been an honor to be a part of. Being apart of the HLSR has made me realize that I can achieve something so much bigger than myself. To me, the HLSR means learning about not only about where our food comes from, but about your community and surroundings. The HLSR is an annual event that pulls in various people from the community, so everyone has a chance to learn about agriculture. Also, I love how this organization educates the youth by providing several opportunities to learn about our environment at the livestock show.
I run the Cross-Training fitness group on campus, as well as being a Kayak Leader. Using the skills I have developed through the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze, Silver and Gold Award, I lead hikes and camping expeditions at my school. I love to go on adventures, and I feel prepared and excited for my university experience next year. My first big adventure came when I moved to Canada. I was born in Great Yarmouth, England, and I lived there
Through human relationship, social workers will understand that relationships is one of the most important things to make a change. Throughout the article, social workers established relationships within the community to provide resources to help older people. Social workers helped to strengthen relationships among people in a purposeful effort to promote, restore, maintain, and enhance the well-being of individuals, families, social groups, organizations, and communities (Code of Ethics). So, through this, social workers engaged people and the community to help make a change. I believe establishing relationships within the community is important because it lets people know that someone care about them.
The reason I am passionate about teamwork is because when people work together they usually share many characteristics. They have a common purpose each member is committed to. They stay involved until the objective is completed. They care about each other: and, in keeping with this, they are concerned about how their actions and attitudes affect each other. They listen to each other and respect all points-of-view, and are sensitive to each other’s needs.
This unit has really opened up my eyes and level of thinking. I had not actually thought about branding until I read this week 's reading step by step that made me realize that I can actually brand my product effectively using the tools and skills have learned in this unit. I would like to focus on improving the website the branding skills I have just aquired so that I can perfect them to help build my brand. I gave positive feedback and point my fellow peers to things they need to improve on. I received feedback with an open mind and would make changes suggested my fellow peers.
Robert W. Streeter is an avid hunter and fisherman. He writes blogs and articles for “Outdoor Life” and “BigGameHunt.net.” Other than “Winter Scouting,” he has written articles like “Fall Bass Blitz” and “On-Your-Own-Caribou.” In these articles he gives tips on how to make your hunt or
Steve spent all his life protecting the environment and being a guardian angel to the animals around us. Steve was and still is one of the most influential wildlife environmentalists of his time. Steve acquired his passion for wild life from his parents, Bob, and Lyn Irwin. Bob and Lyn founded a reptile park called “Beerwah” on four acres of land. Steve accompanied his father on expeditions in the outback to trap
“When nature calls you, answer.” Ever since I was very young, nature has always called me to enjoy her peaceful benefits. Growing up on a lake, I was fortunate to be on the doorstep of so many sights and sounds of the wild. When I turned twelve, I experienced duck hunting for the first time. There is something so calming about listening to the birds chirping at first light and hearing the many voices of the eager wood ducks getting ready to fly. I was taught to cast a fishing line and how to handle a 12 gauge shotgun by my father and my Uncle Joe.
Continuing to strive for better, even through tough times, have allowed me to face all fears with pride. At the age of 22, I was asked to take on managing a department store where I have been employed part time since the age of 15.This was considered a great but frightening task for the reason that all of the employees were older than me. I had very large shoes to fill for the fact that
They believe in me that I can live properly and depend on myself. Except trying to adapt the new society and environment, everything is fine for me. I do my works regularly, wash and iron the clothes, study myself and cook for the food. This is the benefit of the independence that I have learnt from my childhood. Another one is the respect which I learnt from my parent, teachers and also from our culture.
I am very grateful for all of my past opportunities and experiences I had within the fields of engineering and technology. If I am fortunate enough to get accepted into this program, I would leverage these experiences and my passion to strengthen my engineering skill-set and deepen my understanding of STEM. Every day my engineering and technology interests continue to grow, whether it’s from a TV commercial from General Electric or a lesson from my Computer Aided Design (CAD) class. It is for these reasons that I believe I would be a great participant for the Engineering and Technology Governor’s
My membership alone has taught me the balance and compromise needed when working with other people and participants of the same association. Being an officer, however, has heightened my experience because it has given me the opportunity to lead and command. I know this will help prepare me for future applications. This role has also shaped and defined my skills of arrangement and design. As a Social officer, it is one of my many duties to plan events and celebrations and to make sure that they are carried out magnificently.
Advocating about my values is a form of leadership that I like to share with others to introduce them to my culture and the values that I stand by. I also want to be involved in planning events to empower not only Lambda Sigma, but the Pace community and Pleasantville
Mr. Carreker is a big outdoorsman and he loves to hunt. He and his partner came up with an idea of a trail camera that would take pictures every five seconds, and compile it into a time lapse video. He is now the president of Day 6 Outdoors. This company is based around his new idea and is trying to sell it to hunters nationwide. Day 6 Outdoors is continuing to grow and help design, market, and build new hunting and outdoor equipment.