As I would have a stable job, I would be able to help those who are less fortunate by donating. I would also try to be involved with my future community. I will try to help as much as I can to make sure out community will be a safe and healthy
I would recommend it to anyone thinking about transferring. It was beneficial to me and I learned new things about schools I’ve already been to. The transfer fair was a great experience for me and I am glad that I was able to attend
I would share with my country the knowledge that you have allowed me to obtain. My experience in the U.S will allow me to make the most out of this scholarship, I understand the countries learning system and therefore I wouldn’t have difficulty adapting. I wouldn’t face the obstacles of arriving to a new country and I know what it is like to live on your own and having your environment be changed. I wouldn’t fear being in a new place by myself. I know very well what I want for my future and I’m very passionate in what I do.
This means that we are one of top five developed countries with the most poverty among the richest nations. Also, more than 4.9 million of these poor children are under 5 years old. As stated in The Guardian, the Unicef Annual Report explains that poverty has increased since 2008. The global recession is the primary reason for the increase in poverty as unemployment rates left many families unable to provide care for their
This choice will make you feel better that you gave an animal a home, helped other animals and saved money. Transition: Now that I have gave you all the benefits I wanted to touch on that come with adopting not shopping, I hope you are understanding why this topic is so important to me and many others and why I want you and everyone else to use this alternative to pet stores and mills when purchasing an animal. Next, I will explain how you can adopt. IV. Let's say you are going to adopt an animal from a shelter.
Have you ever been to school? Have you ever studied at a school? If you have, be thankful and grateful because more than 67 billion children can’t go to school according to UNESCO “EFA Global Monitoring Report（2011）.” In developing countries only 29 to 35% of children can go to school while almost 100% of children normally go to school in developed countries. Then, what causes this situation? Can you imagine?
In most cases, educational systems in developing countries are below standard with limited available programmes. This is confirmed by global anti-poverty organization, United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture UNESCO report. The report cited in an article entitled “Education Failure in Developing Countries – Report” and available on ProBono Australia website, states that “Twenty percent of young people in developing countries fail to complete primary school and lack skills for work. It goes further to add that, the UNESCO report found that there are still 250-million basic school children who are illiterates, and 71 million high school
My ambition is more and more, I always tell myself “you must apply for Korea government scholarship program, don’t let the important opportunity go”. I learned about Korea more and more. Korea education system is great; don’t lose any country in the world. They can make students to be a good quality student for going to work. A
Various institutions that provide scholarships also are different in determining the criteria in accordance with what they want. What matters is how we are hoping to get a scholarship to contribute to the scholarship provider agencies as well, a place of education where we learn and in a broader context to the homeland. Furthermore, now it 's time to explain about some tricks to get a scholarship, are as follows. First specify in your heart, get a scholarship of where or which place to continue your education. This is important because it involves your focus.
Many students complain about the stresses of studying and completing school assignments on time. Little do they realize how many other children and adolescents would jump at the opportunity to receive education. According to Wendy Kopp, the CEO and co-founder of a global network of organizations focused on educational expansion, 250 million children around the world are not likely to gain basic literacy and numeracy skills. This problem is not restricted to children, either. There are millions of adults - the majority are women - who are in need of education, whether it is literacy and numeracy or basic life skills.