Last year I was belligerent on what my purpose was, and what major to study. I continued to take classes to try and determine what to study but still was not definite on what I wanted to do. There was a career counselor that I met with to assist me in knowing my strengths weaknesses as well as my interest. I then took a career test where it was revealed that my strengths was helping others and a being amongst others. I always knew that I loved assisting others and eventually in my life I wanted to somehow work with individuals who suffer from substance abuse. I desire to obtain both a bachelor in criminal justice and social work. In my heart I know that I can help people with both majors, by assisting people through law enforcement as well
To begin, I feel that I am a diligent and respectful student, and with that being so I hope that you consider me a great candidate for the NHS program. Also, I believe that with this and my many other combined qualities that I will be offered membership in this amazing program.
I will like to work within a health sector, namely the National Health Service (NHS). The NHS is the biggest publicly funded health service in the world and created for good healthcare to everyone despite wealth. The NHS employs more than 1.5 million people, making it the top five world's largest workforce. England is the biggest part of the system, caters to 54.3 million population and employing around 1.2 million people in England.
I hope to use my law degree to change the lives of mistreated children from all over the world. As a victim of child abuse, serving this community has become a part of my identity. My aspiration to represent mistreated children, albeit vitalized by personal turmoil, has been intensified through professional experience. Through my work with Child Protective Services (CPS), during an internship with a family law attorney, I developed my passion for advocating on behalf of children. While working on CPS cases, I have seen how the lives of children can improve through diligent efforts by authority figures. However, I have also witnessed the shortcoming of the system as well where there is room for improvement. These vulnerable children deserve
The invaluable skills that I have gained and learned through my after school clubs, Future Business Leaders of America, (FBLA) and National Honor Society( NHS), has stirred up a desire in me to help my community and to make a difference in the lives of people, by majoring in the
I decided to apply to AGS for natural science because I have always loved science. When I was very young, I always told people I wanted to be a scientist when I grew up; even though I did not fully understand what being a scientist exactly entailed, I always thought the work they did seemed valuable and, most importantly to a kid, very cool. Now, at seventeen, I realize that scientists are not always eccentric old men wearing white lab coats, but I still find their profession fascinating. I think that the reason I have always been interested in science is because it is a very hands-on subject; you learn by doing, and I have found that that is how I learn best. I have also been intrigued with science because the research scientists discover
My story prior to CSP has so many events and memories involved with it. I went to Delano High School, which is a small town around the Plymouth area. I was a student athlete that loved to be involved in activities. I was a three sport athlete through my Sophomore
I desire to earn a PhD from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary because of the unwavering focus on the Gospel, fulfilling the Great Commission, and diversity displayed at all levels in your academic programs. The Gospel, Great Commission, and diversity fuel my desire to lead a multiethnic church movement and calling to equip God’s people to advance His Kingdom wherever they are sent. SEBTS PhD program with a focus on Christian Leadership will help me become a strong voice within the Southern Baptist Convention and effectively lead my SBC church plant. This degree will also further build on the knowledge learned from my Masters of Arts in Organizational Leadership. It will train me to better recognize and plan for the future trends, such as the multiethnic
Acting as a leader in an international organization called Cru is a human service activity I participate in while I am an undergraduate student. I am a professing Christian. Cru's mission is for everyone on Grand Valley State University's (GVSU) campus to know someone who is faithfully following Jesus. The
My life experience, coupled with my recent studies, gives me a perspective and skill set that is all encompassing in a setting that promotes and honors academic excellence. As a life-long learner, I am choosing to pursue my MSW to accentuate my professional expertise with clinical proficiency in order to serve the Latino Community, with a special interest on immigrant children, and develop emotional resilience that will last them a lifetime.
Throughout my life, I have always known that helping others would be an integral part of my career. In college, I searched for my identity and looked at a variety of career paths. However, I always came back to public service. It is the only profession that perfectly matches my personality and goals. In the public sector my job is more than a paycheck because I know the work I perform makes a difference. While there is certainly more fortune, free time, and privacy to be found in other careers, especially in the private sector, I cannot think of a more rewarding occupation.
I found public services rather interesting and was fascinated by the politics. This interest led me into the public office to serve all the people in the community so that they can have the “American Dream” that they too believe in.
I aspire to be a class officer because it would be a valuable opportunity to gain additional leadership experience in my high school career. I for one have interest in the secretary position on account of my experience among working with paperwork, documents, and administrative items. Some of my strengths consist of being well-organized and having organizational skills that will be beneficial to the position of a secretary. I have confidence in myself as an excellent representative for the junior class considering that I am sociable and interact with the different types if personalities in the class of 2017. In ROTC at Robert E. Lee high school, I hold a position of leadership and believe I have the traits that would be effective as a class
By and far - my passion in life is public service. The ability to serve the community who helped mold who I am today is an almost euphoric feeling. Moreover, using my talents to influence a greater tomorrow is an idea that has stuck to me for the entirety of my life. Even so, public service is in some regards a dying art and it is coincidentally my greatest loves in this life; and I could not imagine a life in which I am not participating or facilitating in building a better life for all of my fellow citizens and brethren. From planning a community food packing event that led to over 56,000 meals packed for the impoverished in our community and Nicaragua to proudly serving as a campaign manager for a local county commissioners race - the idea
Part of my job in the Army is conduct assessments (I'm a Civil Affairs Specialist), and we relied in a check list that includes prices for damages, for example there is a set price for a broken window, door, etc. Based on my past experiences this method worked most of the time, there were very few ocassions where individuals didn't agree with our estimates, but again, those were the guidelines set by the Army and we