I believe Sharon Driedger deserves a strong consideration for dietetic internship program. Ms. Driedger is a hardworking person, enthusiastic and active always putting the best efforts into her work. As a summer intern for Penn State Extension in Montgomery County two consecutive summers, she has consistently produced a high standard of work. Sharon’s time with the organization she wrote news articles, implemented a chefs camp to 20, 8-13-year-olds, developed and co-taught 750 youth, nutrition lessons throughout Montgomery County’s zip code disparity communities, and provided nutrition related make-and-take-it at our 4-H fair where over 3,000 young families visit. Sharon effectively manages her time, is an exceptional group member in team
A native of Dutchess County, Jackie Chatfield joined Literacy Volunteers of Dutchess County Board of Directors in 1998 (now Literacy Connections). The Board President at the time, Mark Mulpeter, recommended Jackie to the organization and the agency could not have gained a finer literacy advocate and friend. In 1996, Jackie retired from Central Hudson after 44 years of loyal service in the Community and Consumer Relations Department. Jackie brought with her that deep sense of loyalty and commitment to Literacy Connections. Quickly advocating for the organization and actively participating in events and fundraising.
The Kappa Kappa Gamma Leadership Consultant job is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for your daughter. She is applying because she has already exhibited strong leadership and organizational skills. In one year, your daughter will be able to enhance these skills, travel across this great country, receive professional training and support, create lifelong friendships with her team members, and make a positive impact on many collegiate women and optimize their Kappa experience. As a graduate of the Field Representatives program, I was thrilled when my daughter, Whitney, pursued this opportunity as her first job out of college. She is now in her first year of law school and ready to tackle the rigors of her studies in large part due to her Leadership
Pamelia Bailey has been on a professional and personal mission of nurturing healthy family relationships for 30 years. In her current role as a Liaison in the Boston Public School’s “Office of Engagement”, she provides guidance and coaching on implementing effective student & family practices for 30 schools. In addition to her full-time work with BPS, Ms. Bailey is a Parenting Educator for the “Families First Parenting Programs” located in Cambridge. During her 20 years of service with the organization, she has facilitated hundreds of parent & professional parent/child development workshops throughout the state of Massachusetts. Ms. Bailey holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services with a specialization in counseling, from Lesley University.
Deanna Bowman is caring charismatic teacher who shows dedication and passion for her students and work. Ms.Bowman has effortlessly demonstrated throughout the years effective leadership in and out of the classroom while showing relentless efforts to build strong family-community ties. She is a SLT member, student Government Coordinator Ms. Bowman is a real
She was also an excellent adviser in preparing her students to excel in college media programs. Mrs. Brasch is just as much of a learner as she is an educator. With degree 's from Temple University, Cabrini College, and currently studying for her Doctorate in Education at your University, she is advanced when it comes to the changing wold of education. Her experience in the field with 6abc transferred exceedingly to the classroom. Over the past 9 years, Mrs. Brasch has paralleled Wissahickon School District 's television production programs to college level programs.
Jerri was proudly nominated by Professor Jeff Blake, who has been a mentor to her during her time at NAU. Professor Blake said, "Jerri is an excellent student with a very positive attitude." After completing the summer term, Jerri will graduate with her Bachelor of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Management. Jerri lives a busy life. In addition to taking two to three courses per semester, she also juggles her family life, and her many hobbies.
Throughout the last three years, I have worked with the elderly in a nursing home called Aase Haugen as a certified nursing assistant. Since then, I have gained a tremendous amount of respect for registered nurses. Their leadership, passion, and commitment has inspired me to provide great health care to patients now and in my future career as a nurse. I am currently a freshman that has been accepted into the nursing program at Luther College. I think I would be a good candidate for this scholarship, because I put a tremendous amount of heart into my job and truly enjoying helping and assisting the elderly.
She has become part of the HSD family. It’s not only her good behavior and academic performance that makes her a part of our school, but her personality and outgoing nature that has the power to light up every room she walks into. Riley has always been involved in the growth and progress of this school, from guiding the children in the younger grades to maturity, to taking part in its literal growth when the school expanded during the 2012-2013 school year. We have come so far for a small charter school and she has been a part of it all. It would be a shame for her to not be able to see it flourish even further her last year as a high
My summer of 2015 was dedicated to two internships; one being a Medical Assistant (200 hours) and another as a Physical Therapy Aide (80 hours). These internships helped me get an inside perspective of how nurses go above and beyond their everyday duties to ensure patient care, setting a standard for me to go above and beyond in terms of my education, my service to others, and in life. With the changes in college tuition having increased and state support for college students having taken a decrease over the last couple of years, this scholarship would benefit me tremendously in my goals to continue my education.
First, I would like to thank you for considering me for the position as a Family Attorney at your firm, I have spent several years of my life trying to prepare myself for this position. I believe that I would be the best fit for this job because of my educational background, work experience, and the passion I have for the job. During my time at Faulkner University I was at the top of my class with a 4.0 GPA. I was in the National Honor Society where I stood as President. During my time as president of the honor society I was able to receive an additional scholarship for outstanding leadership.
My twenty-two week long internship with Simply Flowers has been a balance of both learning and self-exploration. The internship has certainly been strengthening my goals while also providing me with dynamic life lessons. Beyond the beautiful floral materials, bows, and showiness that a retail floral shop encompasses is another world of hustle, bustle, sweat and tears. Simply Flowers is a company that has many employees deeply invested in the overall achievements of the corporation, with many employees being with the company for many
For instance, I have held the position of assistant secretary of the business club, and have participated in the math and psychology clubs at Three Rivers Community College. Due to my mother’s condition improving over time, I am at a point in my life where I would like continue blossoming and fully reach the peak of my potential, uncovering the benefits of a gratifying college experience at […]. If admitted, what I can offer to the […] is a willingness to continue emerging academically, as well as socially, soaking up every bit of opportunity I am presented with in such an environment that is impelled to lead to progress and success. I would also set the one of the best examples of a future graduate of the […] I can
This article, “What is Successful Aging,” was an interesting read that focused mostly on what is viewed as successful aging, the variables that determine successful aging, and how we as a society are trying to enhance the process today. As the author points out, there are many features of life that people relate to successful aging, and the degree of satisfaction reached with each one is different with everyone. These features range from physical health to financial security, to simply staying active and social. I have two grandmothers who exhibit these features perfectly. My father’s mother turned 98 last week and her mind functions perfectly.
It is with great pleasure that I write this letter of recommendation for Sarah Cullimore. I have known Sarah for the past three years. I have coached her in cross country for three years, was her pre-calculus teacher and I am currently her calculus teacher. Having known Sarah since she was a sophomore, I have seen her personal growth both athletically and academically. Cross country challenges athletes mentally and physically.