During my freshman year, I had the opportunity to volunteer and help others. Before this year, I had never volunteered before, so I knew this was my opportunity to do some community service to better others. I have found through my experience that I really love to volunteer, so I will continue volunteering on my own, rather than just doing it for a class. Doing service projects is a great way to get involved with the community. There are always people and businesses looking for help, and it is usually easy to find a way to help, especially when you are in FBLA.
It allows them to be busier and engaged to the learning strategies that they are learning. It helps the teachers and students to push students to get their work done on time to get their credits in a faster way with good grades which will bring a smile on their faces and make them feel proud of themselves. Also, you get a fantastic experience that no one will ever regret when they graduate. Also, the teachers have to do less marking than regular high school years, for instance, if the class is significant, the teacher cannot teach everyone at once. So, this gives an opportunity to everyone who takes school year-round everyone will be able to maintain at the same pace when the teacher is teaching the whole class.
At our first few meetings, team building was key. In an effort to overcome the initial shyness, we took the time to understand and get to know our fellow team members; in doing so, establishing a welcoming and encouraging environment for everyone to share their ideas whist too ensuring everyone felt appreciated. Getting the team to gel was essential for the team to get results. We met at regular intervals, usually weekly, to discuss and reassess our progress. However, finding the time to meet proved quite difficult, between everyone’s busy schedules and with the plenty of other assignments we all had going on simultaneously.
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Helping him do ordinary tasks gives me a profound fulfillment and joy. I have a lot of self-efficacy in my values and skill relating to this career path. I will continue to build on my personal traits, as well as professional experience, to appeal to potential employers when I reach that stage in my career path. Pediatric Occupational Therapists address many different areas, being cognitive skills, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, social skills, and self-care tasks. Weekly schedules can vary, depending on the child and his/her needs.
It was very easy for me to get carried away with making sure I hit all the key points of the lesson, and I kept the kids much longer than their cognitive loads can endure. Another thing I noticed is that many of our students were more behind grade level than I originally thought. Many of my students were unable to articulate their ideas very well and especially unable to write down their ideas – only one student was able to complete the writing portion independently; with five others being able to complete the sentence within the allotted time with teacher or peer help. I think what I could have done better is to do some scaffolding steps with my students. I provided them with examples of what I wanted for them to do, but I did not explicitly model or scaffold the steps to get to where I wanted them to be.
During my entire school year starting from freshman year and ending it now at senior year; I have always enjoyed helping others. When I volunteer, I go out my way to help out others who are involved in organization or even the ones who are doing everyday things. Many of my friends may see it as uncool or wack, but I see it as building character and work ethic up. If there is a person in need of assistance with their groceries, cleaning, crossing the street, or more; I will be their to help that person out. This will help me out in the long run with college and everyday life.
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.
Volunteering is very important; it is both vital to the people receiving aid as it satisfies their needs, and it is important to those administering aid as it gives them joy and helps them become better people. The reason I volunteered for St. Margaret 's Fair was so I could finally stop sitting around and get to work. When I saw the opportunity to do something important, I grasped at it; I selected the ring toss game was because I felt it would be fun and important. I do believe my job at the St. Margaret 's Fair was very important as it both collected money for those in need and, at the same time, instilled me with a love of volunteering. The purpose of the fair was to collect money for humanitarian efforts in the local area.
Throughout my life I have learned to be grateful for everything that I have, to be someone in life, and to follow your heart no matter the situation. First of all, who am I? I come from a family who are hardworking and achievers. Most of my family own businesses or land that they play a big role in. I am motivated and inspired to follow their pathway and do better, which is why I am always giving it my best to be successful.
I was given the opportunity to influence and inspire others. I learned a lot from this opportunity. I learned that not everyone is as fortunate as myself, but most of all I learned how to be there for someone. I knew each week that even if I felt sick, I would be at that elementary school, helping that child to the best of my ability. On top of spending numerous hours at clubs, I could always be found studying or working on a project.
Although I work hard for everything I do and am always dedicated, I learned that hard work and dedication are much stronger when goals are made. I also realized you can learn just as much from watching as doing. As I prepare for college, I will carry this into being a better student to my professors. Finally, I am grateful for the huge support system that helped me accomplish my goal. My CORHA family, my mother and father, sisters, and friends were always there for advice and support; this is a blessing that is beyond any price tag.
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 so I thought it would be an excellent idea to apply because I won’t be too far from home or too far from my family.
I also believe that I will enjoy learning about mathematics and other various subjects provided, and I will be able to share my experiences to my fellow peers. I think that this program is designed for me, because I love learning new concepts, and I love being challenged to think outside the norm. I also am very responsible and hardworking therefore I believe that I can gain more skills through this summer program. I am a type of person that can’t be just sitting around, and I love being involved whether it be something new or something I’ve already covered. I also love meeting new people and I think that meeting new people especially geared towards my interests, make it even more exciting!
They want to do everything they possibly can, it’s great to encourage them to do so. As I said in the beginning, I am beyond proud of myself for becoming an LNA. Throughout my experience of becoming an LNA I have learned that you can’t be afraid of what you want to do and that you may have to prove people wrong in life, even if it is your family. I am thankful for this experience and how much it has helped me grow for adulthood. I never changed as a person, I have just improved my talents and am chasing my