When she was in her teens her parents got a divorce. Her mom raised five kids by herself, and she still took college courses in her spare time. Ellen Ochoa attended to Grossmont High School where she found her love for the sciences. She graduated from high school in 1975 as valedictorian. Earning a four year scholarship to Stanford, she wanted to stay close to family.
Kiyomi Rae Yasunaga is a thirteen year old girl who lives in Madera ranchos. Kiyomi had attended 2 schools during her elementary years which were Webster elementary and St. Joachim’s, before attending St. Anthony’s of Padua. She is now an 8th grader who is kind and caring to all of her peers. She loves hanging out with her friends and family members on weekends along with doing her two favorite hobbies including softball and basketball. Her favorite color is pink and she loves watching her favorite show Pretty Little Liars on Netflix.
Topic Option Chosen: Lashawnda’s tribute at her Graduating High School Attention Grabber: Today we are here to celebrate LaShawnda Alexis Keys as she is graduating for high school, and moving on to bigger and greater things in life. 1. Describe who she is: She was born on October 4th 1997 in Detroit, Michigan, and I remember that day because it was the same day I was getting my tonsil removed. (Great day for me because, I was told that my baby sister was born, and I got free ice cream for my throat. Awesome day) Grew up with a disability that allows her to not being able to pronounce words clearly She is the youngest of the three kids my mother had.
Ms. Arviso Rodriguez is planning to continue her education with a master degree in Education. She grew up with her parents and aunt speaking Spanish, so she was placed in ESL classes in elementary school from 1st to 5th grade. Ms. Arviso is considered a heritage bilingual student. Please,
In the end, her parents won the battle and Kerri attended a mainstream school throughout her primary and secondary education. After high school, Kerri traveled away to college to Texas Christian University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Then she received a Master’s degree in occupational therapy from Washington University. Later on, she pursued a PhD in movement science from Washington University. Currently, she is an assistant professor in the occupational therapy program at her alma mater, Washington University.
On January 11 1885, a beautiful young girl named Alice Paul was born. Her mother Tacie Paul was one of the first women to attend college. Tacie would have finished but she dropped out and she spent her final year marrying William Paul. William Paul is Alice’s father who is a successful business and community man. Alice loves to read and remembers going to suffrage meetings with her mother when she was young.
She has many stimulating qualities that make her stand out from her peers, in a good way of course. Melinda Cathryn Pacheco was born on January 28th, 2002, in Fresno, California. She is part Greek, Mexican, and American. Her favorite food is lasagna, her favorite candy is Twix, her favorite dessert is chocolate lava cake, and her favorite soda is root beer. Her favorite song is “Feelings” by Maroon 5, her favorite place is Boomers, and her favorite animal is a moose.
Emily Taylor Fletcher is a nineteen year old, strawberry-blonde, blue eyed college student. Emily is originally from Amity, AR. She graduated from Centerpoint High School and is now in her second year of college. Even with it being her second year at National Park, she’s still very shy. Emily may be shy but she has many hobbies, a family she cares for, and a list of goals she hopes to accomplish.
I believe Madonna University would be the perfect fit for my college choice. I have seen the college due to my older sister graduating there with her Bachelors of Science in Nursing which I plan on doing as well. Multiple organizations I would like to join are Madonna University Nursing Student Association (MUSNA) ,Early Childhood Club or Hispanic/Latino Heritage Club. At Crestwood High School, I play first base for the varsity softball team and would love to play for Madonna 's softball team. I would like to go to Madonna University because their graduate student’s achieve Christian humanistic values in their students, intellectual inquiry, respect for diversity, and commitment to serving others through a liberal arts education.
I deserve this scholarship because of the ways in which this scholarship will enable me to continue and better my life-long goal to become a pediatric nurse. I plan to attend the college of my dreams, Texas Woman’s University. Before attending, I will need to receive money to keep me on the right track, but I have financial issues. I have two brothers already in college and I am the last and only one left. Because I have two brothers in college, it means less money for me.
Please find this letter as notification as of Monday, June 4th I have a new administrative assistant. Her name is Laura Nunn. Laura is a junior at University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) with a marketing major. She expects to graduate in May 2014 and pursue her masters degree at UTEP; therefore, I expect her to stay with me for a while. After almost five years (four years seven months to be exact) America Guzman will begin pursuing her career.
Here is an example of a model case of perinatal loss: Mary is a 30 year old gravida 2 para 1 with a 2 year old daughter Molly. She and her husband Mike are enjoying being parents to Molly and decided to have another baby. They were overjoyed to learn at about 5 weeks gestation, just a few days after Mary’s missed period via a home pregnancy test that Mary was expecting her second child. Having had an uneventful first pregnancy she begins to happily make plans for her new arrival. She is responsible about what she eats, she makes sure to take her daily prenatal vitamin, forgoes her occasional glass of wine and makes a doctor’s appointment for her first prenatal check-up ensuring that her baby is going to get all the necessary tests.
While I was growing up, I was very aware of my family’s financial status. Both of my parents went to Cosmetology school after they graduated from high school, and shortly after they were married, they had twins. Needless to say, money was tight. Now don’t get me wrong; I had a wonderful childhood. In fact, our financial struggles were one of the primary motivators for my sister and I to attend Louisiana State University and become first-generation college graduates.
I began my college journey in 1994 as a senior in high school. I became pregnant with twins my first semester. I quickly found juggling school, work and babies extremely difficult. I have spent 22 years working to complete my college degree. Fifteen years ago, I decided I wanted to become a nurse.