Winnepesaukah's Accomplishments

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Do you remember in kindergarten when the teacher would ask the class what they wanted to be when they grew up? The answers usually consisted of firemen, doctors, princesses, cowboys, or an astronaut. Then there was always the teacher’s pet who of course said they wanted to be a teacher (typical). Well college is a lot like kindergarten. Your advisor asks you,” what do you want to do with your life after college”, but this time the answers don’t come as easily. According to recent studies almost 80 percent of students in the United States end up changing their major at least 3 times over the course of their college career. Last summer when I wrote this essay I said I wanted to be a teacher, but this summer is a little different.
Over the summer I’ve read countless books and I feel like my love for literature is pushing me toward publishing. Publishing would allow me to help inspire others through amazing works of literature. A wise wizard, who goes by the name of Albus Dumbledore, once said,” Words are, in my not-so-humble opinion, our most inexhaustible source of magic. Capable of both
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As assistant manager of SoakYa Water Park I’ve had to take on more responsibility. However, this responsibility has taught me more about taking charge of situations and how to handle a crisis and find a solution. Whether the crisis be explaining the dress code for the hundredth time, getting someone a band aid for the cut you can barely see or my personal favorite, the lost parents and found kids. I continue to experience new things every day at SoakYa and every day leaves me more inspired than the last. I’m inspired by the people I work with because they’ve taught me that I can achieve anything I set my mind to. I’m inspired by the history of the park because Lake Winne holds tight to their traditions and beliefs. It’s important that people don’t lose sight of what helps define
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