Out of the various ways to represent Georgia Southern University, becoming an Honors Ambassador has been one of the most interesting opportunities I 've heard of since my start as a student. Not only would it fulfill my experiential learning requirement, but it would help by building onto my essential communication and public speaking skills which are a necessity to succeed in today 's society. This opportunity also opens up a variety of work and volunteer experiences which could connect me with other Honors students and staff. Also, before attending Georgia Southern, I was clueless of the realities I was about to face as an incoming freshman. I would love to share my experience with others to help ease their transition into college life.
There are other jobs out there that give me the opportunity to help people in other ways, as well as suiting my needs environmentally as well. I am very grateful that I got the opportunity to shadow at a place that was very kind to me and taught me many different things that helped me get a better idea of what kind of job I am interested and suited for. Even though I might not have a clear idea as to what the career is, I am more driven to start job shadowing other places to figure out what career would make enjoy coming in
Sophomore year my friends and I formed the Supporting Minority Students’ club in an efforts to discuss issues of diversity and minority politics while serving as a support group for the small minority population (especially the current 1.6% African American population) at our school. As the secretary, marketing manager and web designer, I make all the promotional posters, announcements, schedules and contest along with creating and updating the club website. After attending a multitude of, volunteering events, club fairs,showcases, orientations, and meetings we finally were able to gain recognition at school and amongst administrators. Our club helped to influence the creation of a school diversity council and diversity day to bring more awareness to the
When she arrives at the Miami Dade College, a person named Michelle gave me a tour around the college to explain to me where are the parking lots, the offices of the councilors and the classrooms where they taught to the subjects. I was happy, but at the same time a bit nervous about making new friends and learning new topics. The university is different from high school. On my first in college, I
I want to be able to incorporate my communication skills and contribute positivity to my future peers as well as creating new friendships. The job would give me the opportunity to innovate new designs and benefits for everyone. I would be able to apply my craftsmanship and my artistic ideas. It would give me the chance to give back to the community and strengthen my career skills in the future. University Center is home for people from diverse backgrounds, abilities, lifestyles, and cultures.
When my friend recommended that I should be a part of the team, I did research on what the team did in the college community and instantly wanted to be a part of this ground-breaking team. I feel like communication skills and being comfortable with many views are both great necessary qualities to have when dealing with a diverse college campus. I am very open minded and respect other people’s views even though they might not agree with my views. I possess great social skills and find myself very personable. I get along well with multiple different people which I think would be a great addition to the counseling team.
Hearing his passion for this school is definitely something to be both amazed at and inspired by. I realized that being a part of the Wentworth Institute of Technology community is not only about using the abundant resources to better yourself, but it is also to promote growth in others by using those same resources. When choosing an action that will have any impact on another member of the Wentworth community, I need to take their account into consideration. By being a part of a community, I need to learn to help others, as well as help
Starting the success program, I met great people who are going to take every step with us making sure we do our best.To be apart of the program, means i have done something good to deserve this opportunity , it also gives me a head start. Learning what it would be like to be a college student is a very big step, but not only does it keep my mind at ease knowing that everyone is there to help, it also means growing up and finding out what it is I want to do at Washburn
By enrolling in some of the most difficult classes at my school, my work ethic and persistence has grown. I have also developed a strong desire to meet the challenges in my life, which will prepare me for the many new challenges later on. With this in mind, I feel that the MCC Honors Diploma would benefit my academic and professional future by demonstrating my capabilities to other schools, and it would also be an amazing reward for my activities and work here at
I can relate my feelings to other college coursework by the way I get motivated once I start understanding a subject. Some of the pre requisites I took, were hard and stressful. But once I started to understand the material I was able to successfully get through it. I relate my experience to other coursework because when I start to feel confident about myself I tend to do better. Also, I can connect this experience to my future goals.
This program piques the interests of many students that are thinking of a career in the engineering path and helps them gain experience of what they are getting into. Hidden talents within Jane and Finch can properly pursue their dreams and reach their full potential with the tools they need. These opportunities show that the community cares for its residents and attaches them with importance. With these resources available, talented people of Jane and Finch can strive for success, and inspire the younger generations to
Spencer, I found it rather illuminating to see what research and work in research could mean for a person, especially an undergraduate student. This interview made me realize the amount of work I will have for next semester, from balancing classes with research and managing my time much more efficiently than I currently am. I also enjoy the fact that Dr. Spencer will somewhat know me before I begin his RDC course, which will hopefully mean I will be able to rely on him for help in a more common and professional manner. I hope this interview can be the gateway into a more productive and professional relationship with Dr. Spencer, with whom I am extremely excited to work
By actively participating in college it brings me satisfaction. Just by saying I am a college student, many people are fascinated. This generally applies to almost any college student. It doesn 't matter what one attends college for, simply attending college is impressive; Not only to others, but to oneself. For me, It brings a sense of proudness, because I 'm working hard to get a higher education and improve the person I am.
I enjoyed being a part of the James Madison community. I liked being at a university whose goal is get students to become hard working and community based. I loved the diversity and philanthropy that JMU offers. I met outstanding citizens, whose backgrounds all were different, that merged together to become one big community. I also loved how the courses challenged me to think critically and exceed beyond my regular realm of thinking.
It was through my PowerPoints, office hours, and talks with my students that I came to share my experiences with them, and help them settle into college. Furthermore, the Peer Advisor community helped demonstrate our concern for our students through our numerous activities that we planned outside of the classroom. The Peer Advisors organized many outings for our students. This time with them allowed us to connect on a more personal basis, and allow us to talk to them about their college transition. Being a Peer Advisor has been so rewarding in that it has allowed me to care and concern for these students as they settle into their journey at