As for my part in this company, I feel the best role that I would excel at for the Educate to Hydrate organization would be the part as an Advocacy Director. For my Myers-Brigg results, I am an ESFJ personality type. I am a detail-oriented person and I plan ahead of time of my goals, schedule conflicts, and time management in order to avoid procrastination. These skills could be incorporated into identifying Educate to Hydrate’s advocacy goals and strategies. I also feel that in building relationships for this organization, I could use my excellent communication skills in order to work with organizational partners and networks so that our professional relationship can ensure the overall success of the company.
I have a variety of characteristics that embodies the National Honors Society values of scholarship, leadership, service, and character; these qualities are what makes me an effective member of society and a benefit to our community. As a new addition to NHS, I would vow to stand by my fellow classmates and help them reach their full potential. A capable leader needs to look after those around them, and I would dedicate myself to listening and helping others feel cared for and supported. This trait, paired with being patient and open-minded, also proves that I can work productively and comfortably in a team. However, I also do well on my own.
I plan to utilize the lessons I learned in high school to continue to excel in the classroom. I love the idea that by being in the JMU Honors program, I will have access to smaller classes, engaged faculty and experiential learning. I am excited at the thought of living and studying with other students who have my same academic focus and I look forward to taking advantage of every opportunity the program would offer. In summary, I think I would be the perfect candidate for the JMU Honors program because I have a desire to continually challenge myself and to strive for excellence. I want to make the most of my four years of college and, just like high school, I plan to excel academically.
The qualities of a great leader is that that person is a very considerate, responsible and prepared person. They are considerate of people 's different ideas, also great leaders are responsible by helping people stay on task, prepared with all the materials needed and are prepared to help out with any conflicts that could happen. Being a member of the National Junior Honor Society will help me be able to grow into a great school and community leader because of being able to help the community, giving back to charities and helping out school activities. Also, being in NJHS will help me expand my knowledge of ways I can give back to the community which is very important for me to learn. Finally, the main difference between a good leader and a great leader is that a great leader will bring out people’s potential and will get their work done, but a good leader will not bring out people 's potential and will only get the work
I’m very proud with my character I have shown. Outstanding character to me is being responsible, honest, and generous. As I feel happy helping others out with a subject they may struggle with. Now I don 't just apply my character at school, but also outside in the community. Personally I feel that it’s important to give back to communities.
I do intend to do more for my community in the near future and gain even more work experience. I truly do think that I have what it takes to be part of the Chapter team for Honor Society with my leadership skills, the work experience I have, and the community work that I do. Thus, with that all in mind please do consider me to be part of the team. Thank
I can contribute my hard work to the Honors College community. I think that I am hardworking and I love to work with others to help solve problems because two heads are always better than one. I would contribute my ideas to the lessons and help others when they need it. I love to be able to work with other people outside my comfort zone and be able to hear their ideas and combine ideas to come up with something that will benefit everyone in the community. I hoped that my contribution to the Honors College community would be beneficial to the ones that are in the same mindset as me.
I also possess excellent communication skills, I am a good listener and I can understand and share the feelings of others. All skills apart from the academic ones which are important to being a good teacher and demonstrates my willingness to go the extra mile. Studying and working in education has shown me that it is a challenging and rewarding career, but I believe my track record of dedication and hard work in both elements suggests that I can meet its demands. My commitment to providing a first-rate education for any child has seen me strive to gain as many additionally useful skills as
I believe that TCU is a great fit for me because I am a student who believes in constantly improving myself and my skills. I am an actively involved student in my school community, and I love the fact that TCU offers such a wide variety of classes and organizations for students like me to take part in. I know that I personally thrive best among other students who not only push themselves, but encourage those around them to do so as well, and from meeting many TCU students, it is evident to me that TCU embodies that idea. After my time at TCU, I hope to discover a more independent, authentic version of myself. In high school, there is a great deal of pressure to be like everyone else, however I believe that TCU is a place where students can
I demonstrate leadership skills, reliability, ethics, and kindness. Becoming a member of the National Honor Society would aid me in developing my skills, giving back to the community and it would greatly benefit me as a scholar. The National Honor Society would also give me a safe place to network and exchange ideas with other like-minded individuals. Ultimately, with the help of the National Honor Society, I will continue to grow and become a productive member of