Throughout my high school career, I have been involved in various clubs and organizations to help me become a leader in my community. At Auburn High School I took on the role of being a Publicist officer for National Technical Honors Society the first two consecutive years that it became a part of our school. I gained a lot of leadership experience through this club. Implementing a new organization is never easy and takes a lot of hard work and dedication from the leaders of the club. By being a part of a very helpful, dedicated and motivated team, we helped affiliate all the eligible members into the club and in turn helped introduce this new club to the school. As publicist my role in helping the club grow was crucial; I helped in publicizing the clubs various projects and involvement.
I am currently involved in National Honors Society at my school. I am so grateful to be apart of this organization because it has taught me how to be mindful of my grades and how to maintain them. Doing community service within this group has informed me of how impactful helping others
As I sought out to become a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. I saw that the organization matches my personality and what I stand for. My true passion is to make a difference in this world, I desire to make a significant impact on the lives of the youths to inspire them to reach their full potential. I know that Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity was established to accomplish the same things that I do, this is one of the many reasons I aspire to join this great fraternity.
I ended up joining the Yearbook Club and the Women's Empowerment Movement Club. In Yearbook, I was put in charge of writing blogs, taking photographs, and interviewing people. Yearbook also takes a lot of commitment and time. Being apart of this club has made me have to make time not only in school, but out of school in order to get my part of the job done. The Women's Empowerment Movement Club is a group of girls; including students and teachers, that gather a certain day of the week to discuss self-empowerment as a woman, create a more positive and supportive community, and also to perform charitable acts for local women's groups. Although this organization also takes a few hours of my week up, it is definitely worth the time due to the great impact it has on the school and the
Currently, I am a member of Red Cross Club, UNICEF Club, India Club, MED Club, MUN club, and Symphony. Last year, I have also participated in the Robotics club. These clubs help me learn more about myself and my interest, my goals, and my skills. It really open up my viewpoint. By participating in all these clubs may seem very tense and demanding. In contrast, I joined these clubs because they relieve my stress. They are great ways to communicate with other students and have a lot of fun exposed to real life experiences in the fields/subjects you are interested in. Being a member of these clubs also gives opportunity to meet and network with other people with similar interests.
Throughout my past four years in high school, I have had the opportunity to maintain leadership positions in various organizations, including Spanish Honor Society and Drama Club. These groups have allowed me to be involved my school and community. I have organized various events including a stuffed animal drive in which we brought almost 1,000 donations of stuffed animals to the Pembroke Pines Police Department
Joining Honor societies such as the National Honor Society, the Science National Honor Society, and Rho- Kappa helped shape my character as a leader. Stepping out of my comfort zone and doing something for our community is really an experience everyone should get once in their lifetime.Not everyone is fortunate enough to do such exciting things. Each honor society has meeting certain number of time each month. I remember walking into the classroom where we had the first meeting and
The organization that has been the most impactful since I started college has been Sigma Kappa sorority. Sigma Kappa was the first organization I joined when I got to K-State and in many ways I think it is the reason that I became even more involved throughout the last two years. Being a member of Sigma Kappa first exposed me to other opportunities on campus. One instance in particular is there is a member that is very involved in the Student Governing Association. She often would stand up during chapter dinner and describe different ways women in our sorority could get involved. Her passion for the SGA inspired me to make my own run for a senate seat. Another activity Sigma Kappa exposed me to was the Homecoming Committee, after participating
During my sophomore year at Miami Dade College, I decided to run as the President of Phi Beta Lambda, which alongside Future Business Leaders of America is considered the largest career student organization in the world. I had the purpose of reaching and encouraging students, including Biology, Engineering, and Journalism majors to take advantage of the wonderful opportunities that this organization offers every year. However, in order to do a successful job, I had to work as a team player alongside my club’s advisor and the rest of the officers. Our major project was to make the state and national conferences affordable to a broader range of students and prepared them for the competitive events.
The first organization I joined was Sigma Psi Omega. I was Social co-chair during 2014-2015. In this role I helped the chair take minutes and roll for the committee in which we plan events such as the Full Moon Fever Dance. I then became Historian 2015-2016. In this role I take pictures and write down what we are currently doing for next generations to see. The second organization I joined is Student Government Association. I first started out as a Senator but was quickly inducted as Secretary in Spring 2014 during my first semester in Student Government and continued to be Secretary through Spring 2015. Then I became President 2015-2016. I have loved every second of it, and feel that I have made an impact on Student Government here at USAO. We are updating the constitution this year. We went to two conferences in the fall and will host a conference here at the university. We are also working on what we can for the people who view the legislation and make the decisions to take us more seriously. I have also attended Haven the whole time I have been at USAO as well, and just started craft crafting club towards the end of 2015.
For most of my first year in college I felt lost and alone; I was not really involved with clubs or organizations until my second year at Miami Dade Honors College and I don’t want to have that same experience while attending FIU. I know that being part of the Honors College at FIU will benefit me because of the tight knit community, but it is always good to have friends and communicate with people from all backgrounds. After breaking through my shell, I have learned that I enjoy other people’s company.
As a first year student here at Olivet College, I am involved in the Gruen Chemistry Society, Middle Ground, the tennis team, and Nu Gamma Xi. These have helped me become more involved in the community. Middle
I have been Working Full-time and taking full-time classes and sometimes even more than full-time classes for last 3 years; alongside also taking care of my family. Having too many responsibilities and still able to keep good academic standing is also an achievement for me. However, i want to focus more on studies, networking with professionals,and taking part in other community services is a goal for me to achieve. My long term goal is to become a CPA.
After reading “A Summer’s Day” by Mary Oliver, I’ve noticed that she asked the question, “What will you do with your one wild and precious life?” Reflecting on this question and “A Summer’s Day,” I know that just knowing what I want to be once I graduate with my degree is not enough anymore. So, I have thought about Oliver’s question a little deeper. With her question in mind, I have realized that I want to be able to start off working in a fast paced career in the accounting field then eventually being able to advance to becoming a Certified Public Accountant.
While I have never had a career in my life I have had many jobs throughout the years. Throughout my life I have learned there is a great difference between having a job and having a career. Business accounting is my opportunity to follow a dream and work toward having a career. Business accounting can be a very lucrative and fulfilling career. Through business accounting you can learn constantly and find a job in various fields because almost every workplace requires an accounting department. My dream is to own my own business and business accounting is going to help me to reach this goal. Business accounting will teach me the inner workings of a business as well as many other skills