KENNEDY UNIVERSITY to receive a Certificate, Paralegal Studies. She also attended FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE OF LAW in Orlando FL, with a Class Rank: 5/104 (Top 4%) and with Honors Book Award Highest Grade in Legal Research & Writing Business Organizations Corporations Evidence; Family Law, and Multistate Bar Law & Skills Dean’s List; Dean’s Scholarship Recipient she received her Juris Doctor, magna cum laude. It took Te’Reisha 10 long hard years to become an attorney but she took a year and a half break from school to work as a paralegal. after spending 10 years in college she’s not done yet Te’Reisha just got accepted into the LLM tax law program at the University of San Diego Law school. it 's a one year master’s program.
I interviewed Bonnie Mascaro. She works for Atlantic Financial Federal Credit Union (AFFCU). Ms. Mascaro is the Vice President of Member Services: Branch and Call Center. Ms. Mascaro earned an Associate’s degree in Business Administration. She has been in middle management for 14 years.
Narrowing her choices down to nursing or dental hygiene, Marissa thought Blinn offered her best chances of getting accepted to school. That is when she took the internship at the Dental office, and soon applied for dental hygienist school at Blinn in College Station. In another two years she graduated and went back to the same dental office where she previously held her internship, and a job was waiting for
Overall this book is a great read for anyone willing to learn how to exchange more positive interactions in their life. Some strengths of the read are that it helps give an insight on someone 's personal actions and how they might affect others. Also, the book comes with a complete guide on how to apply what was said directly to the workplace. One weakness of the book was that it was cheesy and felt as if it dragged on at times. Even though it was helpful and informative, a lot of concepts and ideas were repeated constantly.
By the end of the year, this program peaked my interest in furthering my education and after working a year as a nursing assistant in different healthcare setting, I started attending Southern Maine Community College for pre-nursing studies in 2010. Working as a full-time nursing assistant and part-time college student, exciting opportunities have been presented to me. These opportunities include relocating to Pennsylvania for new perspective in 2012, yet still continuing my studies toward a nursing degree. Also, since moving back to Maine in 2014, I was hired on a childbirth unit to gain experience working in an aspiring career path. I have now experience working in patients homes, nursing homes, hospitals
I desire people in my life or I will start to feel lonely and isolated. I could never say that “Hell is other people.”, like Sartre. I feel like it is essential for everybody to have people in their life they depend on and care immensely about. Humans are social creatures and have a natural urge to communicate with other humans. We all like to share humorous moments, bewildering stories, and our life troubles with each other.
I very detail orient when describing or explain something. Next, feeling I was always told I think with my heart. I’m a very understanding person and very empathetic to people feeling. Which I know can sometimes can be bad because you have some people who will see this as weakness. This always led me to career choice of being a social worker because I just want to help people that in a bad situation.
A leader needs to adapt to situations and use techniques that are inclusive in order to avoid conflict and aids decision-making. Building relationships, considering others feelings and celebrating their successes with them can maintain strong leadership. By encouraging my team to participate in the decision making process I empower them, which inspires job satisfaction this reduces conflict, poor time keeping and absenteeism. I need to be able to help my staff team understand the need for change and I do this by being clear about my aims and objectives, the actions required and the part they need to play. Sometimes I need to take control especially where health and safety is concerned, these policies and procedures me adhered to at all times.
While helping others, I am also able to improve myself through experience and teamwork. By exposing myself to various individuals around my job, I am able to grasp how certain people will act in a given situation. Once I was able to understand someone, that will allow me to exert a specific amount of effort to complete a task with that person. I can tell if that person is willing to complete a project halfway or if I need to do more just to finish it. Eventually, when I make the leap to the professional world, these experiences will allow me to coexist and work along with any person that is the polar opposite from me.
In a Jamaica Observer article dated Sunday, April 15, 2007 entitled Psychology equals ‘big bucks’ in practice written by Petre Williams , Dr Pearnel Bell outlined that a person can practice Psychology at the minimum level of a Master’s degree. In the same article, it was outlined that psychologist may have their private practice or they may work in nonprofit organizations. The profession of counselling is the final helping profession that the researcher will look at. Counsel according to The New International Webster’s pocket dictionary is “to advice, give instructions and guidance.” Persons within this profession may acquire employment at schools, hospitals, policing and the correction services. The minimum education requirement to become a counsellor is a certificate in
The nine years pryor, she was a financial reporting manager at Universal Technical Institute which served the automotive and motorcycle education sector. This career experience included an Initial Public Offering in 2003. Patty spent over 2 years as a corporate accounting consultant in the healthcare industry; and 2 more years as corporate accountant for Performance Training Institute - in which served the medical billing and coding online education sector.
Marissa Nicole Elizardo, 72 died February 13th 2068. Born on December 26th 1996 in Houston, Texas, Elizardo spent most of her childhood as a resident of North Wales, PA. Elizardo was educated in the North Penn School District and later went on to receive her BA in Psychology from Bryant University. Following her graduation from Bryant University, Elizardo went on to serve as a graduate assistant field hockey coach at Drexel University. While coaching at Drexel, Elizardo earned her elementary teaching certification. Upon receiving her teaching degree, Elizardo moved to Houston, Texas and spent eleven years as a fourth grade teacher at Deer Park Elementary School before earning her M.Ed from Baylor University.
Sandra has worked at Bushy Park for 35 years and for each of the following companies: Mobay, Miles, Bayer, Lanxess and Kemira. She started out as a C9-2 Production Operator in March of 1980. She was later appointed as a Material Handler in C9-2 and then C9-1. Sandra currently holds the title of Warehouse Operator in D9-1 and orders materials for Sun Chemical’s Phthalo and Cosmetic tolling. One of her favorite aspects of her job is to help coordinate a smooth and timely transition of raw materials to C9-1 and seeing a good finished product come back to D9-1 to be shipped
She received her Ph.D. from Yale and is a current Professor and Chair of the Department of History at the University of Colorado Boulder according to their website. Fenn is the author of three books relating to early America but Pox Americana was her first solo authored book. In the forward of the book, Fenn relates that her interest in the topic sparked from an undergraduate essay on the Native Americans of the Hudson Bay fur trade. The resulting book Pox Americana not only covers the changes to the Indian culture across the country but the small pox effect on the American