Emma is not only mature enough to handle the job, but is inclusive and personable enough that this job will be an amazing fit for her. She will be able to learn from it and allow for this job to be a cherished memory due to her leadership and communicative skills. One of the most important aspects of being a Resident Assistant, to me, is being able to talk to a wide variety of people. You do not have the option to choose your residents and it is important to be able to communicate with any type of residents rather than just the ones that are similar to you. Emma is more than equipped to handle that challenge due to her experience as a dance teaching assistant, her experience with exchange programs, and her work as a Music Department Intern.
The more I learned the less intimidated I became by the future ahead of me and the more I became energized by this path. With the desire to see change large scale and the determination to do just that; I doubt I will have much problem getting into and progressing within the agency. In order to be successful in this career it has to begin at a young age, keeping a spotless record and being wise in financial and life choices. The path to my career starts now and I do not take this road lightly, it starts with an education and experience and can grow into something so much more. I do not recommend this job to everyone, it is not possible for many and too difficult for others.
That is exactly what happened every time I asked for a toy; I never got it due to money problems. As I progressed in age, I started to realize that toys weren’t going to benefit me ,that I needed to focus on my education which is the key to success. From that moment on I never gave up on anything, I always found a way to get end results. TRANSLATION- I wasn’t going to let anything tie me down from being successful. III.
My Senior Spring Project (SSP) got off to a quick and exciting start. I have enjoyed my four mini-courses, my two independent studies, tennis, and the one-on-one weekly meetings I have with the various teachers who supervise these activities. Through SSP, I am slowly learning how to manage my activities outside of my regular school routine. In the first week, I had trouble managing my reading assignments from one mini-course (4 hours) along with the work from my two independent projects (total of 12 hours). I have never had so much independent work over a week that was not split into separate homework assignments.
I enjoy this role and am here because of my GRS experience, but sometimes I think much of what I accomplish comes from common sense and just knowing where to get the best answer from. My career so far has provided awesome exposure to the day to day and unveiled the many challenges we have in moving forward. The more I see, the more I realize much of this is likely transferable to any environment, so I’m keeping an open mind. What I would like to build on next is leadership experience.
I knew that I needed to not just put in the same effort as other kids my age but far more. I needed to show others that yes, I am not from this country, but I am capable of doing as good and if not better. Looking back, I can proudly say that my all my hard work ever since has paid off. Today, I am a thriving early college student. At the age of fourteen, I was accepted into an Early College High School that has allowed me to take dual credit courses since my freshman year of high school.
You need to understand that we do not want to spend time with other people or teachers, we all get frustrated and making us stay longer with people we hate will make us more irritable than ever. Truly there would probably would be more problems with students than ever, for the fact that they have to see each other ten hours in four days. A two weekend is not long enough for me and I do not think that a three day weekend would be enough to be honest. I mean it’s not a bad idea, by all means it is a good idea but the fact that we would have to make classes longer throws you off. We would spend one of those days to catch up on our
If you offered me a chance to go back and be prepared for college in the typical way I would have to decline. I love the fact that I know no matter what who I am and what I believe in. Maybe I will struggle in some classes but theres always someone you can ask for help when it comes to that. If you lose yourself your the only person who can help you and I do not want to have to face that struggle ever
Most of the course that I didn’t great in were course that were not in my major but that I took to get credits. I opted not to take suepr easy classes because I like learning new things and to challenge myself. Those tough classes with not great grades are what dragged my cummalitive GPA down. I expect to keep increasing my knowledge and to keep improve my social work skills. I also expect to get more practice in the field by doing internships.
Networking with people in the industry will improve my chances of getting a job. It has brought to my attention by the placement that it is often about who you know rather than what. Also, everyone at my placement was very friendly which made me realise they’d make good industry contacts. I am going to try to connect to the people I met during my placement on a social and/or professional level. I will also try and gain additional contacts in the industry through industry events.
This will help me complete my prerequisites and also help me learn all about what I need to know to have my dream career. I believe that I deserve this scholarship because I am hard-working and dedicated. I will graduate high school a semester early with all my credits and a 3.6 GPA. I have worked since the summer I turned 15, and now during my senior year, I hold two part time jobs adding up to about 30-40 hours a week while still going to highschool full time. I have also held many leadership positions throughout my high school years.
In that manner, my professional choice seems to be appropriate for my style, because I am good at building person-to-person meaningful relationships. In addition, I specifically pay attention to “thinking” factor as the way I come to a conclusion. I noticed that without having an accurate, objective, theoretical framework I am not able to perform well. This is also true for the counseling process. Getting the accurate