The founder and director of the Joseph S. Murphy Institute, Greg Mantsios has provided thousands of students with an opportunity to earn a college degree, by helping non-traditional students particularly poor and from working class backgrounds obtain college degrees. Mantsios has made his institute as a center for conducting research, organizing public form and publishing educational material. Such as his essay "Class in America-2006" where he discusses the profile of three individuals of the upper class, working class, and lower working class societies. To show how many factors affected them such as education, along with many other components to ensure a place with in their level of society. Harold S. Browing profile used by Mantsios to represent the factors that influence an individual in the upper-class society.
I excel in both the sciences as well as classes not directly related to my career path. This shows that I am diverse in my class choices and would provide more and be more beneficial than just book smart students. In the classroom, I am the go-to person when you need help with a problem and I take pride in helping others. With confidence and competence, I take pride in the accomplishments of those who help along the way. I welcome challenges and love tackling problems in unique
Receiving an honors diploma would be illustrative of my hard work and dedication to my education, as it has served as a long-term goal since my freshman year. After high school, I am hopeful that I will attend a university with a quality premedical undergraduate program. The University of Florida is one of my top choices, and I plan to major in Biological Sciences. By taking Advance Placement Biology, Honors Biology Lab, and Honors Anatomy and Physiology, I would expect to be well prepared for each course and its material. Furthermore, I desire to complete medical school and residency at a hospital as a surgical intern.
Prior to earning his Juris Doctor from Baylor Law School, Mr. Green completed his undergraduate studies at Millsaps College, graduating magna cum laude. He is a member of the Dallas Bar Association, the State Bar of Texas and the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers. He previously served on the Dallas Bar Association Media Relations Committee and co-chaired the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Judiciary Committee.
It is an extraordinary honor to be considered as a candidate for the National Honor Society. Being considered means I have achieved my goal in demonstrating my determination- in school and outside of school- and my willingness to aid people in my community. Being a part of such a prestigious organization is an enormous responsibility to which I will fully devote my time. Ever since I was a freshman, my goal was to work diligently to be among the highest scholars and to be accepted into this scholarly “hall of fame”. Through my relentless hard work and perseverance, I believe that I possess the four characteristics of a National Honor Society member- leadership, service, character, and scholarship.
After graduation, she found an opportunity with AmeriCorps. The experience with City Year has led Maddy to change her focus of study. She stated that “I want to make a difference.” She is continuing with America Corp; participating in an Urban Teach program that is in collaboration with the Johns Hopkins School of Education. The program’s goal is to provide teachers that improve the academic performance of students in high-need schools. Maddy has begun the four-year journey that will lead her to her Masters in Secondary Education focusing on Urban students.
I am writing to apply for the position of U.S. Probation Officer as advertised on your website. As shown by my resume, I have several years of experience in law enforcement and security management. As a correctional officer and Parole and Probation Agent dealing with crimes, I have had the chance to conduct several successful investigations displaying attention to details, sound judgment, and analytical skills. I have also gained practice in documenting cases, interviewing offenders, and using tact in dealing with victims and offenders.
Brionne Young ENGL 3107 Dr. H. Williams 02/05/2018 Career as a Criminal Investigator Becoming a criminal investigator requires determination, passion, and dedication for ones’ work. My desire is to become a criminal investigator. I have been working towards this goal for about four years now. I began my quest at Middle Tennessee State University and will be completing it at Tennessee State University. I do recognize that obtaining a bachelor’s degree is not the only prerequisite for becoming a criminal investigator.
A Probation Officer has to have a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, sociology, psychology or an related field. That means four years of college. Good colleges to go to, to be a good probation officer are; Albright College and Eastern Washington University. If a Probation Officer wants to advance in his career, they must get a master’s degree. A probation officer must be at least 21 years old and have a valid driver's license.
To become a licensed clinical social worker student who did not earn a bachelors of social work, must complete a traditional masters of a social work program that typically takes two to four years depending on whether a student attends full-time or part-time. After my bachelors in social work, I would like do my masters and try to work in a psychiatry hospital in the adolescent's department. After graduation, the path to becoming a licensed clinical social worker is different for each state due to different licensing requirements. But typically, students should expect to complete a minimum of post-graduation work experience requirements almost like internships (which takes two to three years to complete). Also passing licensing examinations.
Born on December 30, 1999, Douglas Monroy is a Professor of History and Director of Southwest Studies at Colorado College. He has been teaching at Colorado College since 1978, as of right now he is currently a part of the department chair. He received his PH.D. From UCLA in 1978. As a young child, he was interested in sports rather than history. However, as he was in college he soon found his love for history about the civil rights, anti-war movements, and politics.
Anthony Mize Jr. is currently the Assistant Director for Diversity and Inclusion at Queens University of Charlotte. He received his Bachelors of Science degree in Communications with a concentration in Integrated Marketing Communications and a minor in Music from The Tennessee State University and is currently a graduate student at Northeastern University working on his Masters of Education degree in Higher Education Administration. Mr. Mize’s undergrad background consisted of up to 13 different student clubs and organizations where he held multiple leadership roles. As a student, he also gained early professional experience from being involved in students affairs/activities and residence life. He is the founder of a male empowerment project
In my sophomore year of high school, my English teacher assigned the class to a read a novel of our choice and report back what we liked most about it. My choice was Ethan Frome and I read the book repeatedly just so I could connect back to the characters and the setting of the novel. When I completed my sophomore year in high school, I discovered my passion for literature and the genres that accompanied it. I always knew that undergraduate studies would be my chance to grow more with my new found interest. .After high school I attended Mississippi Valley State University, a Historically Black University, where I majored in English and graduated with honors.
Soon after graduation, I started a career teaching online. Over the past 6.5 years, I 've taught a plethora of psychology, human services, and workforce development courses. I love teaching and coaching adult learners, so I wanted to expand my audience outside the classroom. This blog is for recent college graduates and mid-life career changers who are pursuing careers in this field. The field of psychology covers careers in law enforcement, counseling, human resources, education, management and much more.
I have been a member in National Honor Society for eleventh and twelfth grade. In National Honor Society, I engage in volunteer projects for community service hours which showcase the four pillars of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. I also hold the Secretary position in SADD club. My duties include making announcements, informing members of upcoming meetings, and helping other officers with their duties.