Dear Alpha Beta Chapter of Gamma Phi Delta, Inc., President and Members: Please accept this letter as notice of my resignation from the Alpha Beta Chapter of Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. My last day of membership will be October 20, 2015. It has been a pleasure working with you and the members over the years.
Sa 'Lina was diagnosed with Scleroderma May, 2014 and passed away January 8, 2015, at the age of 28. She was scholastically astute and graduated from Cal State Dominguez Hills University in 2010, located in Carson, Ca. Sa 'Lina 's death was so pre-mature that I believe that if she would have lived, she would have started a scholarship program.
This week was a very good presentation. It was very relatable and helped me get a better picture of what applying to coop will be like. It was cool to hear David`s perspective because he is a nursing major. Before going to this lecture I had wished that I had been spring/summer coop. However, David brought up a good point saying that most colleges will be office for summer break looking for interships at that time.
I am a past camper of Camp Marist. My first year at camp was during the summer of 2009, I started off in La Petite for the second session. I have practically begged my parents to bring me back to camp each summer. I love seeing all the friends that I made in previous years, and look forward to meeting so many new ones. I have been to Camp Marist for 6 years.
and I thought to myself, why did I join this sport? Junior year was my first season of cross country. I wanted to do a fall sport to get involved in my school and meet more people. My friend had been trying to persuade me to join the cross country team with her all summer and I finally gave in.
My name is Claudia Pinto. This is my second semester at Saddleback College. I decided to major in Social work when I came back to school. I work full time at Hoag Hospital I decided that after a few years it was time to go back to school and learn more about a social worker. One of my favorite quotes on social work is, “I want to inspire people.
I’m thrilled to say today is the first day of my final semester of college. I felt discouraged when I started this journey two years ago because I had been out of school and wasn’t entirely sure what to expect. I feel so blessed that I was able to make time and do something solely for myself. I feel empowered to finish strong and know I will have earned my bachelor’s degree in just two years while continuing two
This semester became probably the easiest time I had at the deaf table, perhaps over the summer I acquired greater confidence. Noticing several friends at the deaf table, I realized several of them were seniors, and had started the countdown to graduation. A friend of mine, Leah, related that she has decided to apply for an internship this semester at North Carolina School of the Deaf located in Morganton. Quickly I realized that this school existed when my uncle grew up and he attended, I related my connection to that school. Also, I recognized Marissa Richardson, and caught up with her by questioning about the drama department.
I cannot recall any other time I experienced so much joy and satisfaction. It was on the warmth of a spring day in March, 2015. After finishing the spring semester at high school, the school gives students a one-week holiday to relax or to go somewhere. A beach trip in the spring is always a good idea for us who live near the sea, but this time I was on the bus with my classmates heading to the airport. The school had organized a Habitat Trip to the Philippines, where my classmates and I decided to go to build houses.
I, Makayla Taylor, am writing this Character Reference for Myrtle and David Parsons in refence of their relationship with their granddaughter Isabella Cavazos. I have known their daughter Rebecca Parsons since high school in 2012. While studying at College we reconnected through a class in the Fall of 2015 and since that time I have been given the privilege to have gotten very close to this precious family. David and Myrtle recently lost their only son in August 2016. Despite all things, they have maintained a stable, warm and loving home for Rebecca and Isabella.
As I approached my senior year of college, my relationship with Hannah had grown into something amazing. I had known for awhile that I wanted to marry her, but I started to think about the timeline of it all and when would make the most sense. After toying around with several ideas, I decided that sometime over the summer after I had graduated would be best. While I was home on leave after graduation, I went ring shopping with my parents. We visited Rivard Jewelers in my hometown of Lexington, KY.
As I am quickly approaching the end of my senior, I am looking back at how far I have come since freshman year and everything that Henley High School has helped me accomplish in my life. In preparation for the life that every senior must experience after school, the senior capstone project was put in place to help seniors find out what they would suit them as career and give them some of the necessary tools in achieving that. Part of the capstone was earning service hours at a non profit organization, that can go on a resume. With serving came a facilitator, who guides one’s service, and also the challenges and success of the service itself. To Provide help on future careers, Henley High School also provided an opportunity to take the CIS test
Audre Lorde takes a huge stand in expressing the responsibility for the oppressed to teach the oppressors their mistakes. This leads to me to the questions, what are the particular details within each of our lives that can be scrutinized and altered to help bring about change? How do we redefine difference for all women? I think one of the most important things to highlight is that differences aren’t bad, ignoring them keeps us apart.