Not necessarily for college applications, but moreover on the experience that I will gain by being a member. In fact, the opportunities such as giving back to the school and the community will surely hold more value than it would in my college applications. In addition, if I do get accepted, I will surely not be the first to write that I was an NHS member, so would it really make much of a difference? I believe I will be a great contribution for the National Honor Society. Growing up in an unfortunate family, I have learned to take my education seriously and apply for organizations to serve as an inspiration.
As a young student, I would often see many college students deeply focused on their work. Seeing them motivated me to learn more and concentrate on the two most important things in life, learning and helping others. I was always interested in learning about Cyber Security and protecting personal data against hackers trying to attack the network. I want to continue my studies through graduate level education in computers. I strongly feel like the Early College Program will help me achieve my goals.
First, I would like to add expertise in Business Analytics, System Analysis, Design Data and Project Management to reinforce the portfolio of skills I have developed through my academic and professional experiences to date while following my passion for these subjects. Second, univ name is one of the reputed institutions and I would welcome an opportunity to learn from the highly informed faculty members and to make my own contribution to their on-going development. Third, a graduation degree from univ name will open doors through which I can achieve my career objectives and enjoy a brighter future. With an MS in MIS from univ name, it won’t be long before I reach my full potential and achieve my
I am sincerely honoured and appreciative that I have been selected as a possible recipient of the Schulich Leader Scholarship. Becoming a great leader takes time and experience to cultivate. It means creating a path forward inspiring myself and others to be the best they can be. I believe that I would be an excellent Schulich Leader because I want to make a difference by helping others. With the resources that would be provided to me by being a Schulich leader, I would be able to help others to the maximum of my abilities.
However, the ideal mentor would foremost share my passion for research and social entrepreneurship. Someone that would be able to expand my academic horizons while encouraging innovation in altruism. I would like my mentor to be knowledgeable about fluid dynamics, mathematics and engineering. This would ensure they would be able to answer and assist in research questions I may have when developing this air conditioning unit. Additionally, I would also like someone who will help me develop my servant leadership.
One reason that I want to be in Distinguished Scholars is because it will provide me with challenges greater than other classes might. When I face challenges, I face them head on and do not quit until I have conquered the task. I am ready for the rigor than I understand Distinguished Scholars provides and feel it will be a good fit for me. My brother, a current Distinguished Scholars student, tells me I will have opportunities through this program that will push me through real-life applications with technology. Also, I want to learn upperclassmen and appreciate the value in learning from those who have gone before me.
Being a part of the National Honor Society would be a privilege. I have been chosen as a candidate due to my academic excellence, but I understand it takes more than just a good GPA. I believe my abilities to be a leader, serve others, and express good character meet the standards set by NHS. The service opportunities that I will have as a part of NHS is what I look forward to the most. I’ve had good experience volunteering to serve others in the past.
I believe the program will do nothing but help me grow and strive to be a better student and continue being involved. This program membership will open new doors for me and make my high school and college experiences so much smoother. I think I will really benefit from having the college courses intermixed with my high school classes because I will be learning higher level information along with the high school work to challenge myself in Montco while having time in Pottstown High School to work on my electives. The program would keep me focused on
I am excited to see how my education will help me to hone my skills further in my chosen field of study. In addition, my long-term goals are to continue my education by attending graduate school and obtaining a Master of Science degree in Computer Science. Texas A&M University will be a great place for me to excel. It will provide me with an opportunity to explore who I am and the world around me. I believe I can help the school in research with dedication and passion for the field of computer
1) I believe that there are many reasons why I want to be employed by the Chico State Success Center as a student assistant. I feel that it would be favorable to work at a place such as the CSSC. First off, working at the CSSC would be very helpful for future jobs as well as my career to learn what is expected of me in an office setting in terms of standards and how to act professionally for future jobs. Secondly, having a job as a student assistant at the CSSC center, I will not have to worry about hours being as sporadic each week as much as normal jobs off the Chico State campus. Whereas, I would not know which days I would be working or the hours.
Having a clearer view of what I want in my future, I will do anything necessary to accomplish my goals. Asking for help is essential to my growth as a student. For this class, guidance will be sought after through labs, in addition, to asking peers who are experienced to proof read my papers. Through this college experience, it will challenge me to become a more ambitious and determined person. I feel blessed to have this opportunity to start my
Looking back on this past year, my first year as a college student, it is amazing to see how much I have grown through my academic and personal life. I knew accepting admission at the University of Illinois for a mechanical engineering degree would mean that my schooling would be a bit more competitive and stressful, however, I am glad that I did it because my experiences here have been like no other. As I mentioned in my other essay, my goal is to receive an education that will allow me to get a job where I can positively impact the world. With my experiences from the past year in academia, I feel that I have learned how I can do just that. In fact, I believe that I would be the best possible candidate for the ASME Chicago Section Scholarship because I would be able to use it to
But what really gave me a better picture was the last workshop where I heard a line that I’ll never forget, “your college degree isn’t just for you . . . it’s also for those who come after you.” That line told me that I needed to become, not only the best student, but the best person I could be, so I can set an example for others and be in the