As you know, a college education is quite expensive, but it is an investment that is certainly worthwhile. I received a private scholarship from my high school as an incoming freshman, and am paying for the rest of my educational expenses with student loans and the money that I earn from my job. Receiving this scholarship will enable me to continue to make progress toward my degree in preparation for a career as a physical therapy. If selected for this scholarship, I will continue to apply the same diligence to my collegiate studies as I have to this point, making education and service to others my top priority. I will represent your organization well during my years in college and beyond.
Limary Rodríguez, 21 years old and from development, education and empowerment of young in the Latino community. I believe in the transformation of our communities by the exchange of ideas and the inclusion of all. But, in order achieve, we as young people need platforms like this program to help us grow as líderes and individuals. I have not had any relevant professional experience. But I am prepared to live new experience that will make me grow as a professional and a better human being.
Growing up in an unfortunate family, I have learned to take my education seriously and apply for organizations to serve as an inspiration. My interest in working with people who have a similar mindset will assist me in making a difference for the school and the community. With my future as a motivation, applying for NHS will definitely give me the proper knowledge and experience that no other organization will. Alongside those reasons, I will work correctly and try my best in order to become a member of
The author 's primary focus in “Some Lessons from The Assembly Line” is to bring out the situation he went through during his time at work and helping us appreciate education. In his award-winning article, “Some Lessons from The Assembly Line”, Andrew Braaksma tells you how important going to college is, getting a good job, and working hard. The first key point that the author uses is the importance college. "Factory life has shown me what my future might have been like had I never gone to college in the first place." ( Braaksma 2 ).
In the past, I was the treasurer for my high school’s DECA club and I was also in charge of running my high school’s store. Last winter I became part of Merrimack’s Orientation staff, which I believe shows student leadership because I was responsible for helping the incoming freshmen acclimate to college and become responsible individuals. Being an Orientation staff member required a lot of professionalism because we were in charge of making sure we were always on time for events and respectful to the presenters and each other. Last spring, I was hired at Shaw’s Supermarket and I have recently been promoted to work in the Customer Service Desk. I believe my position shows leadership outside of campus because I am responsible for making sure
Despite the critics perception however the NCAA did stick to its mission and core values. They did this by always staying loyal and supporting its member institutions such as players and coaches. They supported the athletes by providing over $2.4 billion in athletic scholarships. Every year over 150,000 student-athletes reap the benefits of these funds. In addition, the NCAA also provides $100 million each year to support student athletes academic endeavors and also provide them with essentials that every college student must have, such as a computers, clothing or emergency travel expenses.
I want to help children be able to succeed in every way possible because of what I saw my cousin go through. I am willing to go wherever help is needed as a speech pathologist to help people succeed. I do not know if I will pursue a higher degree than masters, but I have considered it as I realize that if I want to help teach it will be necessary. I plan on earning my degree in three years since I will spend my first year studying prerequisite courses which I wasn’t able to take in my undergraduate work. I have attended Southern Virginia University where the motto is “Preparing leader-servants” and a large focus is on developing service minded graduates.
My family has had one of the biggest effects on my life with my work experiences and educational attainment. It was because of my family that I have been able to go to the schools that I have gone to and have the supplies with me in school. It also thanks to my dad, most likely, that I have been able to go to the Early College, since my dad didn’t go to college. It has also been thanks to my family that I have been able to obtain a good work experience. My mom is a technical writer that works at Oracle and my father has his own company.
I volunteer with the Shriners, helping every year with their annual golf outing. Although I am too young to remember, I was a patient at Shriner Hospital in Erie. It is my way of giving back, even if it is just a small token of my appreciation for what they have done for me. Their are so many children that the Shriner doctors and nurses treat every year, I am blown away the more I learn about them. It is an honor to me to be able to give my Saturday to raise money to help others.
Values are principles that people hold important to them in life. As I gotten older my values have changed based on my experience, knowledge, and goals. Since I am in college and the field of social work forced me to open my eyes to different things and ideas I would 've never thought of. Five values that are important to me while I am on this journey of becoming a social worker is my education, positive energy, not judging people based on their past, a reflect and meditate on my life, and be a generous to other. Education is my number one important value in my life at this moment.