I believe I should be selected for the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship because I am not the typical high school senior. When it comes to my education, I go about and beyond expectations. My desire to do my best in school shows consistently year after year. I put in equal amount of effort when it comes to my after school activities and community involvement. I was told at a young age that education was the key to success and from that point on I made it my main priority not to be the average student among those that settle for less but to be a outstanding student that rises to every occasion to take advantage of my education. I do not that not let any setbacks or obstacles interfere with my education. I have maintain a 3.7 GPA despite of my after school job during my junior year. My mom told me during my tenth grade year that my junior year was going to either make me or break me. She explained I had to be really on top of my studies and I had no room for small mistakes. She was not too thrilled when I told her I was getting an after school job. Maintaining my GPA and working at a fast food restaurant, Kentucky Fried Chicken, was the biggest challenge I faced, and today I am happy to say I overcome it. From my working experience, I learned how to manage time and it showed me how driven I was. After work I showered and prayed to God that he …show more content…
I treat others as I want to be treated. I am a strong believer that giving is more important than receiving, I donate clothes every year to those that are less fortunate than me. I love helping others and contributing to their happiness. I will be going to school for my nursing degrees and eventually to be a nurse anesthesiologist. After I start my career, I love to start a charity. I plans to donate and personally helping everybody that is in need including
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I also used to struggle to keep my grades up during elementary school but as I progressed through the years, I eventually became better. With all being said, you must go through pain, struggle, sacrifice, commitment, etc, to reach what you
I am writing this letter to express my interest in your illustrious organization, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. I am currently a senior majoring in Criminal Justice, minoring in African American Studies with aspirations of becoming a Social Justice Attorney. Born in the inner city of New York and being raised in the suburbs of Atlanta, I am not your typical Southern Belle or City girl. I like to think of myself as being a fine mix of the two. At a young age my mother groomed me into what she believed a well-rounded lady should be.
On September 27, 2015 the Kappa Lambda Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated., conducted Rush at 1:00 pm in the TCU Moudy South building. A total of eight ladies attended this event. Out of the eight, seven received favorable votes and applications where sent to Corporate. Corporate approved Ms. Briyet Sigala and Ms. Kayla Adams. Ms. Erynn Reed and Ms. Victoria Thompson met the requirements, but had flaws in their applications; however, we are waiting to hear back from Madame Regional Director regarding the corrections to their applications.
I want to become a member of a sorority at the College of Charleston because of the friendships I can form and the beneficial connections and networking within the community. Throughout my life, I have been part of communities that are tight knit and they have positively impacted my life. For example, I was a member of the Dance Depot competition team for 11 years and developed many close relationships with girls I danced with. Also, I was in an organization of mothers and daughters in the Valley Forge area, called National Charity League, for 6 years that provided girls with leadership skills and qualities and provided them cultural and philanthropic experiences. Both of these communities I have formed meaningful connections and bonds with girls that I cherish and hold close
Have you ever been talked into trying a food that you already had in your head that you did not like? However, once you try it you actually like it. Then do you feel guilty for not giving it a chance? I am familiar with this behavior. I have done this with food as well as other things in life.
My interest in Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. sparked when I met Sheila Hudson. At the time I had no idea that she was an active member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. What I saw in Shelia Hudson was a smart, accomplished, proficient women who completely shattered all of my preconceived expectations of what I thought a sorority girl was supposed to be like.
Essay of Intent I deserve to be part of the National Junior Honor Society for many reasons. To begin with I deserve to be in National Junior Honor Society because of my skills as a leader. Additionally, I have a very strong character, and able to work well in a team. Finally, I am willing to give back to the people in need and honoring my country. To wrap it all up, I deserve to be in National Junior Honor Society because of my strong character, my leadership skills, my strength in working in a team, my willingness to help people in need, and for honoring our country.
National Honor society was established to recognize outstanding high school students. National Honor society recognizes students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of academic success, leadership, character and service. I should be in National Honor Society because I think I represent a lot of the qualities needed to be in this organization. Throughout my years in high school, I have been very involved in the band program here at Langham Creek. As a freshman, I started out in Concert 2 band.
I believe I display all of the qualities mentioned in the four pillars of National Honor Society. I am a person of good character who displays the six pillars of character in everything I do. I provide leadership and service in many ways and value education as a lifelong learner. Being a member of the National Honor Society would motivate me even more to be the best version of myself and help to create change in positive
It is an honor to be nominated for the National Honor Society. The fact that I was nominated proves to me that all of my hard work and dedication has not been for nothing. The National Honor Society is known for recognizing students who strive to achieve their best not only in school but in themselves and the community. I believe that I’m one of those students. Based upon my last two year at Matawan Regional I now have a 3.9 GPA and am ranked in the top 20% of my graduating class.
but I also believe Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. has so much more to offer myself and the world. Who wouldn’t want to be apart of a sisterhood that engages in Educational Development, Economic Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health, and Political Awareness and Involvement? The world we live in today needs strong educated black women to leave their mark and uplift the lives of others. The key to success for me is to put what I believe into practice. Think phenomenal things and then work hard to put them into action.
I chose to write about the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. because I am very interested in the history. I have heard many things about the African American Greek life and I want to learn more. I feel that being on campus here at Oklahoma State University, I need to take advantage of the African American organizations offered here in Stillwater. Not just yet, as a freshman, am I going to pledge for anything
At Western Michigan University, there are many micro-cultures. One particular micro-culture I want to belong to is a sorority by the name of Delta Sigma Theta, incorporated. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was founded on January 13, 1913, 103 years ago, by 22 collegiate women at Howard University to promote academic excellence and provide assistance to those in need. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is the largest African-American Greek-lettered organization.
As a first generation student to attend college from a family of seven, the journey to a higher education has been arduous and overwhelming. My family gives me all the encouragement I need and are very optimistic about pursuing a higher degree. Unlike myself, my parents did not have the opportunity to attend college. My parents were born and raised in a small town in Mexico where the highest level of education they received was fifth grade. I have worked since I was 14 years old to support my parents with bills, and also saving for college and my own vehicle.
Of course, I was a student that hoped to attend an accredited university, but in order to, I knew I had to get outstanding grades. I was a hard worker throughout high school, and tried my best every year. I was really motivated to take AP courses as a freshman, unfortunately my school only provided honors, but I found out later that it acted as a substitute, and was accepted just the same. I took advantage of anything they had handed to me. My priorities at this moment are maintaining an outstanding GPA all through high school, and promoting quality leadership in everything I do.