system in the state of Arizona began to change. The Arizona State Board of Education adopted new standards for school districts to follow and abide by. The new standards known as Arizona’s College and Career Ready Standards (ACCRS) began to be implemented by schools statewide by early 2013. The purpose of the new standards is to be a set of benchmarks (standardized tests) for students of all grades to take and meet as they move through the Arizona school system. The state of Arizona believes that a “consistent
County and Arizona. I am a cavy judge at local shows throughout the year, as well as a certified shooting sports leader to teach 4-H members safe shooting techniques with rifles. I was also given the opportunity to volunteer with Future Farmer of America student members through my sorority, Sigma Alpha. I will be volunteering with the Meat Evaluation CDE at the State CDE Day, and have applied to be a Camp Counselor at the Arizona State FFA Camp held at Camp Shadow Pines in Herber, Arizona in June.
As we go along through college trying to decide what career path to take, we have many resources’ to help us with that decision. There’s so many different websites to help a person make that decision that they may be having a hard time making. At least give a person an idea on several different areas that they may be interested in and give them further assistance to research those career paths. As for me I had my career and worked in the social work field for over twenty years. I have since then
graduate program. So, I began to search online for a program that suited my needs and desires. I quickly found Arizona State University and their wonderful online program. I enrolled and completed my master’s degree in history during the fall 2017 semester. This program was phenomenally beneficial for many reasons. However, there were two specific benefits from pursuing my degree at Arizona State University which were the most
Community Collage is that a majority of its classes are tailored in some way to the issue of sustainability, which is what I want to pursue as a major. Arizona State University and University of Arizona have some of the most in depth higher education programs on sustainability in the country, which is why I plan on transferring to University of Arizona once I finish my associates. Every class that I have taken at Rio Salado Collage; so far, has tried incorporate the topic of sustainably in to its
My goal at Arizona State University is to earn my bachelor’s degree in Justice Studies with a minor in Sustainability. I am not sure of what my career will be, but I do know that I want to help better the environment in some way. This could include sustainable alternatives such as solar or wind energy, environmental research, or many different possibilities. I have an interest in Justice Studies because I truly believe in right and wrong. Since the environment is unable to voice its opinion and take
Five-Year Career Development Plan MGT/431 March 24, 2011 When developing a good five year career plan I had to ask myself where, I wanted to be in five years. This question would be critical for my future. When I was in school in thought, I knew my career path. I was convince I was going to become a nurse. As years past, I found myself moving away from nursing and interested in teaching. However, my transition would not be as smooth as once believed. According to Career vision, (2004)
that I will need to improve my studying skills and that way that I approach assignments and my classes to make me successful at the University of Arizona. So any techniques that other want to teach me to assist in helping me change and improve my current techniques would be greatly appreciated and helpful to make me successful here at the University of Arizona and my future academic endeavors. Please share any additional information you feel is relevant for the ASEMS-Transfer program to consider when
raised in Glendale Arizona and went to a small private high school. Over the past eighteen years, I became very familiar with streets, stores, and houses so there will always be a part of me in my hometown. However, Christianity had a huge impact on making me the person I am today. Growing up in a non-denominational environment has definitely had an influence on how I live my everyday life. Overall, my background played an immense role when making the decision of choosing Arizona State University.
in the process of recuperation for different patients that have varying illnesses and diseases. Being a part of that process and making a difference in the patient’s life has always been a dream of mine for as long as I can remember. I feel that Arizona College will assist me in this endeavor the most efficiently. Ever since I graduated Luna National High School in 1987, I always wanted to be a nurse. Due to the high living expenses in the Philippines, I was not able to go to nursing school . It