The high school experiences that I attained helped me developed my leadership skills and my communication skills allowing me to use them outside the school. I was available to keep up a professional attitude and work efficiently. With everything, I learned I was more comfortable being myself. Showing the agency where I did my hours that I was capable of doing anything. The agency influenced me to work harder than before not forgetting that have the one year of high school left and this internship will be used in my resume in the future.
My dad worked for IBM as a computer engineer, and my mom stayed home to take care of my brother and me. I started elementary school at Hagan Elementary School in the district of Spackenkill. From third to fifth grade, I participated in a program called Odyssey of the Mind, where we developed creative problem solving skills. Odyssey of the Mind was probably my favorite experience of elementary school, because it was a space where I could be weird and free with people just as weird as me. I also made friends during this time period with whom I am still close with.
National Junior Honor Society I love to learn and I believe that is the point of coming to school. In the sixth grade I got interviewed by Ms. Spille and I got accepted into the AVID program at Lake Braddock. This program has taught me several things, for example, how to be more responsible, how to be organized and how to use my time wisely. I always turn in my homework on time and do my best, so it looks nice and neat. I am one of the only people who use my agenda out of my classes.
In junior high, I found a way of studying that works well for me like, watching videos about the subject and making flash cards. I finally felt like I could succeed! I will never forget in the eighth grade when we had to make a magazine about a topic we enjoyed and my magazine was the best my teacher had ever seen. She pulled me aside and said, "Juliana, I need to talk to you about your magazine." I thought the worst.
This resulted in Hamilton teaching herself computer programming which was in its infancy in 1958 for her new job at MIT, but first, she worked at Lincoln Labs near the school(2). As a woman, at first, she was given very low priority work such as maintaining a program called “forget about it” because it handled cases that were extremely unlikely to happen(2). At this time computer programs were executed by punching holes into cards to simulate the binary code the computer would use to execute the computations, and Hamilton paid very close attention to her male superiors and how they made their code over the next
In college I could be a tutor and help clear the fog away from the brains of some of the students to have them get the grades they want to obtain. Then, since my plan is to be a high school math teacher, tutoring is great practice for me to learn how to get the point across to the students and help them not hate math, unlike so many middle school and high school students do today. Maybe I will even be able to help others find their love for math, just like my middle school math teacher did for me. Or I could just teach them math until their heads explode, which ever
The amount of work that is put into rice farming is correlative to what results come out of it. The work and dedication that rice farmers put into this work was far more than the work of any other type of farmer. This dedication to meaningful work has been translated through generations, especially in the area of mathematics. A math professor at Berkeley, Alan Schoenfeld, videotaped people solving math problems and the result of one of the videos was a demonstration of the persistence that gave Asians an advantage. He videoed a woman named Renee, as she solved an algebra problem on software designed to teach the concepts to eighth grade students.
Over the course of this class I have greatly improved my writing skills. Although I have kept my grade at a 95% for each paper, it is evident that I am a different type of writer from when I wrote my first paper in this class. By improving on quote integration, correct grammar, and strong thesis', I have been able to become a more skilled and better all around writer. It is especially clear to see the improvement in my spelling and grammar. On the first paper I made 6 mistakes, the second paper 4, and the final paper none.
But it all changed when my cousin visited me during the holidays. He was a 12th grade high school student who had developed a popular game with over 300,000 downloads on the Google Play Store. This was my inspiration to start learning Android development, so he set up Android Studio on my computer and taught me some XML. There I was again, having an app idea but no motivation to learn how to code. As you may have guessed, I found a video tutorial online by XDA Developers and I started on my journey but failed once again.
Sorry, just saw this. In the spirit of brevity, I 'll try to keep it short. I 'm a long time Folsom resident, graduate of Folsom High (2001) parent of two & a husband of my high school sweet heart. Professionally, I 'm a National Security Consultant, providing protection for major retail chains across the US. I 'm an entrepreneur, starting my first business, an online retail shop while in high school (SolutionSkates.com) I 'm also the founder of Lay Away Angels, a local charitable organization arranging the pay offs of families Christmas lay away accounts.
I started my editing and publishing classes. Halfway through the semester, I was sitting through Pentateuch class when I had an epiphany: I loved my minor more than my major. I got excited about Advanced Grammar and Technical Editing, but I dreaded having to take Hermeneutics and Minor Prophets. So I pulled up the academic catalog on my laptop (yes, during class; at least it wasn’t PinterestFacebook). I found PWID because all the editing and publishing classes were inside the
The WiE RISE camp interests me in a variety of ways. To start off, I have always been a math and science kid, I do well in the subjects and I enjoy learning them. This led me to enroll in the STEM class at my middle school which initially got me very interested in Engineering and Architecture and everything even semi-related to those career fields. I did those STEM classes every chance I was offered it, I really loved the idea of making stuff that would be useful and helpful to others. The summer before I started high school I moved to Windermere from Dublin and when I enrolled they had no classes even partially similar to the STEM classes I was taking back in Ohio.
Because of this, contacting Dr. Salgado was very beneficial to my research paper On November 23rd I went onto Scois.Net to do my virtual job shadowing at home. The job shadowing consisted of a nearly 2 minute video that seemed to be outdated since the equipment used were not newer technology. Since this was the last research that I collected and it was very short, As a result, I did not find the virtual job shadowing to be beneficial since it was extremely cut and dry and repeat much of the information I already had. In essence of all the research gathered and thought over, I do believe I will continue to pursue epidemiology and the health care field with the obstacles that I know will be ahead of me in order to better not only myself but the world as