National Junior Honor Society An important factor about national junior honor society is being a leader. You have to be able to find solutions to problems and have good character and social skills at all time. Being a leader starts with failed attempts and the drive to succeed. With all these statements in mind I believe I have many of these characteristics and others.
Additionally, I gained self-confidence. An RA is one who has to be responsible, he can’t consistently ask others how to do something or what to do, instead, he has to rely on himself. By attaining confidence at a young age, I can simultaneously utilize my confidence and strong, successful work ethic to fulfill the RA
The program was aimed at making better citizens, help young men and women the advantages of having strong minds, bodies and having self-control. JROTC is all about respect, courage, honor, and loyalty. Where could you find a better place for young people to learn about courage,respect,and having selfless service. This program challenge students mentally,physically, and emotionally. To help young people build character.
People form and change based on the events that they experience within their lives. How people react to these experiences is what creates a person’s personality and individuality. The most formative experiences I have had was my involvement with JROTC. JROTC taught me how to be a leader and improved my social skills so that I could become the man I am today. My transition into the man I am today started when I entered high school.
Another goal I have is to be a great leader/ role model for not only my family, underclassmen, but my community. Being a leader now will help me show my family, underclassmen, and community that I work hard and that things don’t come easy. I am always willing to help out and make a difference in my community. Having set goals makes me want to work harder, and also making me realize the road will be hard. But with the work ethics I have that I’ve learned throughout high school, and will continue to learn in college will help me accomplish these much easier.
The most character building experience in my life was when I joined the National Junior Honor Society in middle school. Engaging in NJHS has molded me into honing the attributes of leadership, citizenship, scholarship, service, and character. For instance, involving myself in community service like Relay For Life, not only aided me with the chance to assist my community but has helped me to develop citizenship and service. Furthermore, being in the organization has made me realize that I can assume the role of leadership and guide my fellow classmates by being a role model. Consequently, I became further aware of the importance of education and have been gradually becoming, increasingly studious.
This is why thoughout the years I've tried to look for opportunities to help people. By looking back on all the things Connie did for her community, I noticed how important volunteering and doing community service. Not only does this benefit the person that is receiving the help, but it also benefits the provider. Indeed, doing community service molds a person’s character and personality. Perhaps this is why I was so eager to begin community
However, as a scout I was also bound to learn more than a few lessons on everything from morality to good habits and behaviors. Scouting’s foundation is built on a system of instilling youths with useful knowledge and skills while teaching them important lessons, all of which they continue to use throughout their lives. Acquiring that knowledge, those skills, and learning the lessons is very important because the path to earning the Eagle Scout rank is not relaxed or simple. In fact, earning it involved quite a bit of hard work, some of that work involved me participating in projects that focused on helping the community. In addition, while the Boy Scouts of America accepts all faiths and creeds, there are influences of Christianity noticeable in some aspects of the organization as well as opportunities for Christians like me to further practice my beliefs within scouting.
According to Government Regulation No. 101 of 2000 on Civil Servants of Training, it is mentioned that by joining the Training activity, it is expected to create Employee Resources having the necessary competencies to improve the quality of professionalism. Although the Trainings had been done a lot, nevertheles, the civil servants professionalism are still need to be developed. Many ways are done to improve the employee performance, but the more preferred and become an alternative by the leader is to send the subordinates in the training program. This is because the training programme can increase the knowledge, improve the skills, and form the mental attitude of employees, and can improve the quality of knowledge and progress of the Education Institution as a whole and also to improve the career of employees concerned with a relatively short time with the advantages of increasing the knowledge
Another reason why is I will get the opportunity to serve my local community; doing more service work will help me to be better as a person. Being in NHS will help build who I am as student. I always want to improve and learn from my flaws. Being in the National Honor Society will not only help me academically but also as a better person to the
It has started to become more relatable to the period of time it lives in. The program needs to and seems to change with the time to stay relevant and useful in today’s society. The program will still have the same mission and priorities but the curriculum would need to be more evolved and it would need to expand to different topics. High schools all over the country should be helping students find career opportunities; JROTC is a very helpful program for that. Discipline is enforced in JROTC, which discipline isn’t just important in a job but also in daily life.
To me an organization such as the National Honor Society (NHS) is a way for me to strive to do my very best. Not only would it help me try to keep up with my grades, it will also make me more involved with my community through service and leadership. To me NHS is a way to shine through leadership and character in and out of school. It’s also an opportunity to learn how to cooperate with others and their communities. If I am selected to this group, I would contribute to the continued growth and success of the National Honor Society by setting high standards in my grades and achievements.
A protective factor for youth as they approach aging out of care is establishing a social support system (McDonald, 2013). Youth in foster care need mentors in their lives. Research indicates and I quote, “The consistent, enduring presence of a caring adult in a young person’s life can be the difference between staying in school or dropping out, making healthy decisions or engaging in risky behaviors, and realizing one’s potential or failing to achieve one’s dreams.” (Bruce, & Bridgeland, 2014) “Mentors can make a profound difference in the lives of their mentees, which can ultimately strengthen our communities, economy, and country.” (Bruce, & Bridgeland, 2014)
The President 's Leadership Academy is an opportunity for students who do not settle for the regular curriculum and aspire to become involved servant-leaders through experiential learning, workshops, and classes. The mission of the PLA is to give BGSU students the opportunity to sharpen their leadership skills through a curriculum based on the concept of servant leadership. This way, these young adults may be able to grow in their leadership abilities and contribute to society both while in school and after graduation. I am particularly interested in being a part of the PLA because of my joy for servant leadership. In my high school career I have assumed many leadership positions.