Name: Kianna Quam Speech Title: Flu Shots: What You Need To Know Specific Purpose: I want my audience to understand how flu shots work, and be able to make an educated decision on whether or not they need one. Thesis Statement/Central Idea: Flu shots are an important part of keeping ourselves, along with the people around us, healthy. Introduction Attention-Getting Device: Did you get your flu shot last year?
My dutie for my health science was HOSA. I was co president of HOSA and my duty was to lead the club and we did community service. We went to Monroe Middle School and conducted the Boys and Girls Club. My classmates and I went on different days throughout the week and taught them about different things. On Monday October 3rd the club was taught about reaching goals, on Tuesday October 4th they were taught about diversity, on Wednesday October 5th they were taught about being ready for the future, and on Thursday October 6th they were taught about personal characteristics.
Hello everyone, I am Iriana P. Luna Lozada. This is my third year at San Jose City College and I am planning on transferring this semester. I am a premedical student that is aspiring to become a doctor in order to help with promoting preventative healthcare among minorities, in order to better my community. Furthermore, I am also the Associated Student Government President at SJCC and am a member of a couple of clubs on campus. If you have any questions with regard to the Associated Student Government, feel free to ask me.
I 'm writing this essay because i am interested in becoming a red cross volunteer and would love the opportunity to experience volunteering at Walter Reed Hospital. I was in this program last year and i was put in the Radiology department and it was really great experience i was exposed to so much and i learned so much last year. I want to be in this program again because when i get older i want to work in a hospital and although i learned so much last summer there is still a lot i can learn, see and experience. I got the chance to work in breast imaging where I improved my communication and computer skills thats where i mostly spent my time at.
I re-took a chemistry course this summer that I originally had taken during my first semester of college. I wanted to re-take this course (along with several other courses I’ve taken this summer and this fall term) specifically to improve my GPA and to prove to myself that I could handle the course requirements during Plebe year at the Academy. During the first exam for this class, I was out of town with my family but my professor gave me permission to take the exam online. Before taking this exam my parents said that I should cheat on the exam and that if I didn’t I was naïve. They even tried to argue that most students, even at service academies, cheat on exams.
I was already extremely eager and curious about what the next portion of the ethnic studies course was. As I finished writing in my notebook, I gazed up at the whiteboard at the exact moment that my teacher wrote the last letter on the board, “t”, in “The Chicano Movement.” Afterwards, class promptly commenced when we began watching a PBS documentary called “The Chicano Movement” as an introduction to the Chicano Movimiento. Throughout the documentary, my twelve-year old self finally saw my racial identity being represented in a history class for the first time in my school career. The documentary depicted the harsh endeavors of achieving social justice for the Chicanx community of the Brown Berets and other Chicanxs active in the movement.
When I am older, I will be sure to teach my children the stories of what happened to these innocent people and explain it is not okay. I know every year schools are teaching this tough topic to its students, and I think that it is very important for the youth to understand. In the future, I want to visit Washington D.C. and go to The Holocaust Memorial. I know that trip would be a life changing experience, and I want to go and pay my respect to everyone who went through the holocaust. Also, an aspiration of mine in the future is to become a nurse.
Hello everyone, I hope this reaches you in a good mood. I am leading an event that was handed off to me and I am in to deep with. I will be leading a demonstration in ansonia on 7/16/16 in response to the latest acts of police brutality in this country and I need speakers for this event. This speech should be about 3 to 5 minutes long and be about how we could make efforts to advance us from this time of pain and hardship. I understand if you want to say no in which my response would be still show up and support the cause not to mention myself.
I’m interested in joining the Student Wellness Commission because I strongly believe that health, both mental and physical, is of the utmost importance and I want to encourage other students to recognize this as well. Starting as early as middle school and lasting about halfway through high school for me, the intense culture of competition was detrimental to my overall wellbeing‒ I was constantly tired and on the verge of breaking down because I neglected my body’s basic needs for an adequate amount of sleep and a healthy diet. It took me until the end of my sophomore year of high school to realize that though my classmates would engage in near-bragging contests to see who was getting less sleep due to strenuous homework loads and extracurricular
A very good morning to ladies and gentlemen. On this glorious morning, I, Goh Sher Li who was a student from Bachelor Degree in Marketing Year 1 in Tunku Abdul Rahman University College would like to thank the lecturer for giving me this opportunity to share about “fear”. In my speech, I am going to share with you what is “fear” and my experience of “fear”. "Fear" is one of the selections of my coursework topic. I still remember that day I first saw it in the lecture hall although just a few second, it just like a black hold attract me and made me have impulse to choose it as my topic although I have no idea for this topic at that moment.
College Q&A Tega Orhorhoro Summary We conducted a two hour interview with three well rounded Wayne state students to learn about their experience in college and how they take on everyday challenges as a college student. Two out of our three interviewers are from the APEX program and have taken part in the summer bridge. We interviewed an English major who was also one of our tutor for writing class. They talk about what is like to work on campus as a freshman and how much it really takes out of your life.
Hello Lazarus: I think you have a pretty good and strong thesis. three reasons that are starting each one the three paragraphs of the body of your essay. Based on my essay feedback teacher said essay needs to be based on the ethos pathos and logos on the CDC website. Just make sure your following that path and review the teacher’s feedback on your first draft. Doing this will give you an idea if what you wrote is good or if something needs improvement.
In addition, I recently graduated from Lakewood High School, a school where most of the student body is white. There is a very small group of students that are usually left behind, the English as a Second Language. That 's why I decided to create a club that gives the ESL community a safe place to ensure their academic success. I also have a personal connection to women who suffer because of economic hardships. I decided to join the Girls Leadership Council, hosted by the Colorado Women 's Foundation.
I would like to have this full-time industrial experience right after graduation because I think it is important for me to apply the knowledge that I have learned in school to real problems. I believe this knowledge is requisite to continuing my education and achieving a Master’s degree within an ideally three-year period. I plan to work part-time when furthering my education, providing myself with both the theories I learn in study and the application provided by my job. I hope to get involved with cancer stem-cell research. Moreover, I desire to work domestically and
I plan on furthering my research in how mental illnesses affect large communities, with my newly earned M. D/Ph.D. in Psychiatry and Biology. With the knowledge gained from medical school, I intend to give back to my community by opening a practice in my hometown of Gary, Indiana. As I reflect on the challenges that I have faced within my community, I am grateful. I wonder who I would have been if I had not been pushed to the limit and have been taught the values of hard work, education, and persistence. As I progress towards my future, I am eager for more misfortune because I know that from it I can rise and bring others up