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
After getting a tutor, getting help after school, and studying harder I accomplished my goal. The value that every decent human being should have is respect. My family, especially my grandpa, always tells me that respect will take you where money will not. Without respect, it is impossible to form positive relationships.
What makes me a good candidate for the job is that I am honest, reliable, friendly, hardworking, always willing to learn and expand my skills and knowledge. Even though, I have no work experience I believed Chick-fil-A is a place where it would be a positive challenge for me which would further my experience for the future. I am very fast learner and I am really motivated to work hard. I have spent a lot of time volunteering at Give Kids the World/Key Club which has given me a good idea of what it is like to be part of a team. I work well with others and I am able to provide quick, friendly, accurate service and providing quality service and hospitality to your guests.
All my life, I have pushed myself to become the best person I can be, in school, in my personal life, and in the various jobs I have held. However, since joining Alpha Phi, I have realized that becoming the best version of me is not the only thing I can do; I want and need to work with the people around me to help them reach their full potential as well. I want to be a leader in my career and my personal life, but I am still working on how to be a great leader. I have started taking on more leadership roles, becoming an officer in clubs I am involved in and becoming the Vice President of Campus Affairs in my chapter of Alpha Phi, but I believe I have not yet reached my full potential and I am an emerging leader. I would like to continue to
He would always tell me: “Strive for success and don’t stop until you reach your full potential.” Being able to see the mistakes he made will help me succeed at Allen. This past season really opened my eyes because I was offered multiple scholarships from many different Universities and Community Colleges. Looking back at my performances has made me realize how far I have come from when I set my goal when younger.
The National Honor Society is a top-notch group that many want to be part of, but for all of the wrong reasons. There are many traits one needs to successfully participate in the group; Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. During the course of my life, I dedicated it to learning new subjects and striving for top marks in my classes. Learning is an immense passion of mine that will continue to thrive. Throughout the years, I observed that certain people led their group to the correct path.
This career will be very rewarding for me because i 'll be one on one with someone helping them get back on their feet of watching them get back to continuing on to playing their sport continue doing their daily activities. I don 't really know what sparked my interested in this career but I think it’s the fact that i’ve been to the physical therapist and I love how they helped me, they were really nice. I think it just fascinated me how I did all those exercises that really helped me.
I came to Burdick Job Corps as an opportunity to succeed and do good in life. I took the trade of facility maintence and I have already completed. I have always done well with things by learning hands on. Perhaps that is why high school is a struggle for me. I know that I can do it
Taking school for granted will never cross my mind, I will continue to make it the centerpiece of my life, until I now I have reached the peak of my career. If I believe that is not enough, I will continue to be ambitious about education and will not settle until I am content with my place in life. Throughout the help of scholarships I know I will be the successful and dedicated student in school to complete my degrees and start my
Living Personal Vision Statement Name Nolan Logan Group Number 59 My vision for where I want to be when I graduate is to have experienced stresses like never before, gained individual skills, created friendships that will last a lifetime, become an ethical leader, and a major asset to any company from the knowledge I inherited. My five most valuable strengths are: competitiveness, determination, confidence, outgoingness, and leadership skills. My competitive nature will allow me to work harder than the rest to achieve better results not only in class but with extra-curricular opportunities.
1. My significant contribution that I have made to Mount St. Ursula cannot be seen or touched, but, felt in the hearts of my wonderful teachers and classmates. My strong positivity has filled the environment of my school. I’ve often been told that I make optimistic impacts on many people’s lives. My amazing personality makes me a unique individual in my school amongst the cluster of young ladies.
Throughout my four years of high school, I have kept myself occupied by participating in three student organizations that has developed me into a helpful and prestigious individual. My participation in the Alexander High School UIL Academic team taught me the lesson of hard work pays off. I took the opportunity to join my high school's UIL current events and social studies team which allowed me to compete against others based on my knowledge of the topic. By competing, UIL has educated me that in order to succeed, you must be willing to make sacrifices and dedicate your time towards studying in order to earn a medal or a ribbon. Thankfully, I got to place in many invitational events.
Three years ago, my life took a turn for the better. I moved from Virginia to North Carolina after my freshman year and it was one of the best things I have ever done for myself. Throughout my transition of moving and living in North Carolina with my family, I have reached my full potential and have thrived in my academics. I have pushed myself to be the best of my ability in my academics. I am also an active member of my community through spending my time volunteering in many different forms.
I came into high school never having played tackle football in my life. I loved the sport but only ever played touch or flag football. To continue doing what I loved, I knew that I would have to take that leap into tackle finally, but I was scared and worrisome. Throughout my life, I was always seen as one of the most athletic people when it came to any sport that was being played. Because of this, I was used to being the star player on all the teams I played on.