Why did you join PASA? I joined PASA because I really wanted to see what it was all about. What also grabbed my attention were the free workshops that IP offered. When I think about it now I don't think I would've known about PASA at all without being tabled my first semester coming into college, Fall 14. I remember being tabled by Sammy Salvador and Christian Martinez. I was unknown to what the Filipino American college organization experience. I kind of had a slight exposure to Filipino clubs in high school, but what younger me didn't know what I had ahead. My favorite part of the Filipino club was performing Tinikling at the end of the year for the school’s international week. That was pretty much the only thing to look forward to. The club was like most of the …show more content…
I was able to be a part of Pilipino Culture Night. This PCN was titled In Tune and On Time, one I hold dear in my heart. In PCN there are so many Filipino cultural dances that I end up being captivated by all of them. Knowing I can't do all of them I end up choosing 2-3 dances. All of us rehearse for long hours and weeks for PCN. The end result for this PCN was spectacular and we couldn't have been any happier. At the curtain call for PCN I felt very proud as we bowed for each dance and committee we were in. PCNs are the most remarkable events within PASA for me. Being in a Filipino organization is one way I am able to identify as a Filipino, and PCNs are a huge part. I am always continuing to learn new ways to identify as Filipino. What is your favorite event in PASA? My favorite event in PASA is AKA because not only will you find out who will be your newest ading or grand, but it is also exciting seeing others and their pairings. Also what would be a better day then repping your fam and going to get some bomb ass Costco food and having a spontaneous day at Chuck E Cheese? You didn't expect this coming into PASA didn't you? Are you hyped for
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I think that being an APTA member starting now, would be another step on my road to becoming a real professional adult. I think that one of the great benefits for members is being a part of an increased advocacy for the profession. If accurate advocacy for all physical therapists results from a larger number of APTA members, I am happy to be a number. I think there has been a lot of hard work in bringing the physical therapist up to a doctorate level; I think that it should be recognized accordingly with, among other things, direct access. Another benefit that is important to me personally is the networking available through APTA.
This was the first year here and I was a little nervous about being in such a humongous and well-mannered facility. I made it to nationals in Barrels, Poles, Goats, Breakaway, and Ribbon Roping. My favorite event is poles even though I do not do well at it. My second favorite event is Breakaway because in my family, we are all ropers and all my siblings do very well at it. My third favorite event is Ribbon Roping,
Thank you for taking the time to review my personal statement on why I have chosen to embark on the journey to become a Physician Assistant. My story started several years ago, more than I care to count, when I stumbled into the health care world as a paramedic in rural Pennsylvanian. While in high school, I became friends with several other students who were actively volunteering with a local fire department. After hearing their stories about the things they were learning and doing I also joined a volunteer fire department, mostly out of curiosity. Over the course of a couple of years I discovered that the challenges that I encountered during training and responding to emergencies had unlocked some unrealized, more like unknown, drive inside
For my first diversity event I decided to attend the 43rd annual Mankato wacipi (Powwow). I chose this event because I attended some like it when I was younger. I always have admired Native Americans and their deep connection with their spirituality. I remember in fifth grade my elementary school hosted a Powwow that my mother and I attended. This was the first time I have ever been exposed to the Native American culture and the memory has stuck with me till now.
I'm honored to have been part of this propitious program. Even though my time in the program was short I got to experienced things, and learned skills that I believe wouldn't have been able to experience in other program. I appreciate the
Goal for my audience: I want my audience to get to know the impact Pi Beta Phi has made on my life. Introduction “When you’re a Pi Phi, you will find a support system like no other. The bond of sisterhood means that you will be surrounded by amazing women that will push you to become the best you can be, offer advice and support in times of need, and help you laugh and have fun through your college years. It doesn’t matter what competitions we win or what awards we receive; what matters is that everyone is allowed to be themselves and each member makes friendships and memories that will last a lifetime.”
The first time I heard about Americorps, it was my first year as a transfer student at Georgia State University. I had no idea of what the program was and what it consist of. The moment I search and read about the program without doubt I wanted to be a part of. The reason why I would like to join Americorps program because of the purpose it exhibits. Americorps represents the theory of idealism.
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It was awesome when my sister’s cheer team Synergy got first place at her cheer competition and won a trip to Orlando, Florida. Then we went to The Mall of America and went to the amusement park and road rides. Then later we went to dinner with all the girls on the cheer team at Dicks Last Resort, i would recommend going here if you're ever at The Mall of America. For the reasons above this trip to The Mall of America was totally amazing.
Throughout my childhood and adolescent years, I always had a dream of joining the military. Though it was a choice, I still did not have any inside information of what it would be like, and the requirements and specifics of the Army. It wasn't until 2005 when I decided to join the United States Army that all my concerns and questions were answered by a recruit; and I was guided through the whole process to enter and prep for the Army. If it was not for the confidences and motivation of my recruiter back in 2005, I might have not made my leap and probably would not be in this uniform today. Becoming a member of the United States Army recruiting team means having a physical and mental toughness in order to perform efficiently.
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I remember the email telling me that I was nominated for the Posse scholarship because Emily my organiser for my summer job saw good leadership skills with me and she wanted me to do my best with the posse and to never give up. The posse interview was one of the many things that students can go to and gain inspiration from it they teach you valuable lessons. Seeing the difference faces, different ethnicities made me happy because It was not just one race, but many and all of them were leaders in many different ways. But when I was there my stomach was rumbling but not because I was hungry, but because I was nervous