Sports medicine is definitely the career for me. It may be a tough challenge, but I can do it with God. Sports medicine is the career for me because I love sports. One reason I love sports is because I have played them my entire life. While I play, I tried to glorify God in how I play.
Finally, I will continue to volunteer because of it give and what you get out of it. It was one of the best experiences of my life and I came out felling really well. What I got of volunteer over and over is that giving your time and self-back to other, I will be able to bring the experience in my career and help me with college internship or
I done a lot of things in my life that I am particularly proud of. Most of it has centered around my mentoring group. I have made many achievements in S.H.E By M.E. mentoring group. S.H.E By M.E. stands for Striving for Honorable Excellence By Making Examples. My mentoring group helped me become the confident young woman I am today.
I advanced my performance. Noticing my improvements our instructor offered me a chance to lead my own team, so I took the opportunity. I was now the leader of Garner Raider B Team. I took the time to train with my new team and I improved alongside them, we went through intense training up until the day of the competition. When we arrived, I was apprehensive, but I had a team relying on me so I put my perturbation behind me, I kept my mind focused on what was ahead.
My reasons for wanting to serve Peace Corps Volunteer are personal and intellectual. First of all, I want to share the knowledge I have acquired throughout my life by making myself available and becoming part of something bigger. I’ve had the opportunity to attend school and I recently completed a graduate degree; this has been a great accomplishment not only for me, but for my family as well. Therefore serving as a PCV would be a rewarding experience not only for me but for those who have supported me throughout my life, since I will contribute towards a bigger cause by helping to improve the lifestyle of less fortunate people. After successfully receiving a graduate degree, it is expected that I find a permanent job related to my field of
Hard work is possibly the most important lesson that can come out of playing a team sport. If youths recognize the importance of hard work, they will give one hundred percent in any tasks they face upon their lifetime. Opposed to quitting, diligence will take many athletes to more prosperous
I believe that my placement at Extendicare has given me many learning opportunities, where I have succeeded. When I was first thinking about my second year field placement my main choice was to gain experience with youth or adolescents, and was a bit unwilling to gain experience in long-term care workplace. However I have enjoyed my time here at Extendicare, I have learned so much and have accomplished a lot. When it comes to Crystal’s department, I have grasped the concepts of the admission process as well as her networking agencies such as CCAC, The Hospitality Network and The Ministry of Long Term Care. I’ve accomplished in providing tours to families and potential residents who are interested in the facility.
Reflecting back on the last few weeks and all the work, preparation, and knowledge gained to be able to administer and assess my ELL students has been rewarding. I am grateful that I have a good team to work with that is accountable and reliable. We met every bump head on and stayed positive to accomplish each task. Hopefully, staying positive and motivating influenced my team to stay dedicated to completing the requirements. I have learned from past responsibilities and different co-workers that it is easy to get frustrated and negative.
Because my faith has given so much to me, I wanted to give back. I applied to be a confirmation leader so I could help younger teens have an amazing experience as I did. I was selected as a "peer minister" for the incoming confirmandi, which was a great honor for me. I have helped many teens work through a variety of challenges including family struggles, battles with drugs and alcohol, decisions to remain abstinent and almost everything in between. In mentoring the students, I have learned more than I ever expected.
What I think I bring that is most critical, however, is such a positive experience with my own FIG and how I will try to make the FIG I help lead have as great of an experience as I did. Because of that, I would bring excitement, motivation, and encouragement to the students as well. Many people have skills that would be valuable in a FIG Mentor, but not all of them had the same incredible experience I did in mine and because of that, I have the perspective of a FIG not only being beneficial academically wise, but also as a way
I was able to teach my teammates my skills so that they can be able to succeed and learn new skills that they can practice. Having a leadership quality has enabled me to be motivated and be able to achieve anything I start so that I can be able to complete it successfully. It’s always a great feeling in being a leader because you can influence others to always put in their maximum effort in anything they do. I chose to apply to UCF because after receiving many emails and researching this University I realized that this is where I wanted to be, a knight. Also, UCF is only four hours away from home
Reminiscing on my lacrosse days, I would not be the person I am today without that experience. By being involved in such a pivotal role, I gained maturity, leadership, time management, communication skills, and most importantly, confidence and learned how to believe in myself. To be an RA, it is essential to have all these. My time management skills I have thoroughly developed will help me balance school, outside activities, and the demands of an RA. Additionally, the maturity, leadership, communication skills I developed serving as a liaison between coaches, parents, and players will transfer to the RA job benefitting the hall director, other resident assistants, and the students.
What do you think was your biggest contribution as a team member while you played at Batavia High School? While participating in athletics at Batavia I believe my greatest contributions to the team were my work ethic and positivity. I may not have always been been the best athlete, but my teammates could always count on me to work as hard as I possibly could. No matter how hard a practice or game was, I always tried to inspire and motivate my teammates by working hard myself and encouraging them to keep pushing themselves.
It is with great pleasure to recommend Tewelde Semere as a candidate for a position with your organization. Tewelde has worked under my supervision in Sprint for about a year. He is trustworthy, dedicated, and a great team player. Tewelde is proactive in dealing with problems and is effective at anticipating potential issues before they surface. With his passion and positive attitude, I had to rely on him in many situations when others failed.