After taking care of my educational responsibilities and extra-curricular activities, I always find the time to involve myself in service-oriented activities. For example, during the last year, I completed 68 hours of community service. And, this year I hope to devote more hours to activities that will benefit my fellow students and my community. I have great plans in mind like organizing service trips, doing fund raisers, reserve one Saturday each month to community service to bring a smile to someone’s face. Additionally, this year the Interact members have selected me as a treasure for the school year 2015-2016; giving me the chance to use my leadership skills to provide a valuable service to my classmates.
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Personal Essay I believe that I should be inducted into the National Junior Honor Society, because of the qualifications I have in character, attitude, education and service to Cliffside Park Middle School and our community. Being inducted into the National Junior Honor Society will help me grow as a person and will provide me with new challenges and skills. I will learn to become more responsible, to have time management, and will have the opportunity to help those in need. My service to the Cliffside Park has helped me learn to help others and to give to others.
Furthermore, I will assist with the planning of the study abroad programs. Lastly, I will manage social programs that foster global interconnectedness. 12. An important part of Housing & Residence Life 's mission is to create "inclusive, welcoming communities." Briefly, explain what an "inclusive, welcoming community" looks like to you in the context of a Residence Hall.
Due to my position, I have organized multiple programs for the hall in order to make the overall atmosphere in Grier a comfortable. I have also grown very good at multitasking my various involvements on campus and have learned how to prioritize my work and remain orderly. I am a member of Alpha Xi Delta and also serve on the Panhellenic Council. I believe that it is important that I represent my sisterhood with respectability and grace. I aim to achieve this in my everyday and would love to have a chance to represent both Residents life and Greek life to the standards that they
Why are you interested in the scholarship role(s) to which you have applied? SR In applying for Senior Resident I see an opportunity to shape the Ursula Hall Community towards the engagement of a wide range of residents. Every resident who comes to Ursula Hall, ultimately will want a different experience out of their time. In wanting to help build a greater sense of community around the events which Senior Residents run along with being able to help both new residents transition into university life and help returning residents with the troubles which can occur through later years.
Ethics Statements I shall become closer with my family, by spending more time with them during the week and weekend. I shall study more this year and put more effort into my work and homework. I shall do this by taking more time out of the day to study, and getting my homework done on time. I shall do more for my community by recycling. I shall do this by recycling the cans in my house and making sure my parents do too as well.
I want to have a job coach come in and work with my students a few times a month. I want to provide a service where I provide meals for my students over the weekends if they need it. I want to find a safe and open home for my homeless students to live in. I want to show my students that they can get a job and/or go to college. These are all my goals and my roles that I want to contribute as a teacher.
I hope to take forward this vision in my future career, supporting communities to live fulfilled lives in safety. Furthermore, several positions of responsibility at school have enabled me to develop my skills in a range of situations. As a sixth form peer mentor for year 7 students, I helped the year 7s develop literacy skills. Also as a school prefect, I had a privileged position to oversee changes made for the student body; I am looking forward to continuing an active role at
Picture it: the friendly resident assistant helping her resident when she has a tough problem. Maybe the resident is locked out of her dorm, or is having roommate struggles, or even just has general stress with school work. I would like to be that resident assistant helping that girl, and I feel that I could fill this potential position. Working as a Resident Assistant has many benefits and potential positive outcomes. Some of these include the ability to meet new people as well as getting to know them better, being a mentor to residents, and learning from the people you are mentoring or meeting.
Good Morning, I am reaching you because I am really interested in applying to be a Resident Assistant. Unfortunately, I missed the interest session because I thought all the process regarding the application was going to be in the spring semester. I wonder is there is any way I can still apply. I would love to be part of the team and do anything I can to be part of it. Please let me know.
I am grateful to experience what it is like to have an extraordinary employer. Not many people can say they had the chance to work for someone who is not only a strong leader, but an exceptional mentor. I had the pleasure of working as a Residential Assistance for Mr. Joseph at Florida Memorial University for a year, and I could not have asked for a better experience. His dedication and passion for the students at Florida Memorial University was refreshing and uplifting. In Residential Life, our main focus was the residence’s housing experience; however, Mr. Joseph sincerely cared about each student’s wellbeing and success.
I am the employee that is the first to arrive to work and last to leave, the student who picks up the slack when other group members don’t hold up their end of the assignment, the friend that is always there when you call on them, and the mentor that will do anything to ensure my mentee is always at his/her best. Reflecting all of these attributes is my only weakness; always going above and beyond without reward although it may go unnoticed and sometimes can be exhausting. It is a passion of mine to extend a helping hand to others and watch others grow to reach their full potential as I have. Hopefully, I will be that Residential Assistant that residents feel that they can call on whether I am on or off the clock. In terms of strengths, I will examine two strengths outside of the cliché hardworking, critical thinking, and professional strengths commonly named.
I volunteered at Mother Hubbard's Cupboard, an emergency food pantry, in Wilmington, North Carolina from 2012-2016. Throughout my four years of service, I learned how to handle almost all of the jobs available to volunteers, including packing packages for families with a stove or no-stove individuals, teaching new volunteers about the Cupboard and the jobs available, checking patrons in at the front desk, preparing hygiene supply packages for patrons, and working at various tables in the front to distribute various additional food to patrons. I am interested in serving on the Feed the Pack Leadership Team because I want to expand the overall impact and efficiency of Feed the Pack. I am committed to service and I want to lead a life of serving others, and I believe that working on the FTP Leadership team will allow me to continue to maximize my service efforts in the community and beyond.