My journey through undergrad was similar to a flight going through a lot of turbulence. I came in knowing what I had to do, make Good grades, shadow doctors, and volunteer/participate in community service. However, there were a lot of trials and tribulations. It was not until after my freshman year when I hit rock bottom academically that my whole world
However, with the help of my new friends and professors, I survived my first semester here. While it wasn’t perfect, I continue to improve myself as time passes.
In conclusion, I hope to join the USC academic family someday soon. My career has prepared me sufficiently to undertake the challenges required to succeed at the next level of education. USC has been extremely beneficial to my professional career, with offering
A sense of humility came over me as I searched to find my way. It was difficult to make new friendships overnight. In this time I learned to branch out and find the right people to build relationships with. Sometimes it was hard to find the right people. I had optimism that the year would go great, and I overcame the doubts in my mind. The treatment I received from my classmates was humbling. Their appreciation made me feel comfortable in my new surroundings. Looking back to my first day at Larned makes me realize how great it was. I learned valuable lessons about myself and how to become a better person because of
Currently, It was truly gratifying serving as a positive role model for the students that needed the extra motivational push. Instilling passion within others to pursue a higher education, serving as a prominent role model for my peers, and intertwining my Hispanic and American mindset has been a true blessing.
I am currently a freshman at the College of Charleston and my life so far has been great! College life is quite a transition from high school, but I am definately enjoying it. The first few weeks of this semester were kind of a struggle for me because I was away from home and had to figure out how to do everything by myself. In addition to that I had to get in the routine of classes, network with new friends, and get familiar with the campus. I am also involved with our school’s Bonner Leader Program, which is a four-year civic leadership and development program highlighted by regular training and reflection activities, along with the requirement of 200 service hours per year. Through this program, I got the opportunity of interning with Coastal
During the program I expected to learn about how to do well in college. I expected this certain outcome by what others have received from the program. I also assumed I was going to be able to earn college credit by taking the summer courses in Biology or Chemistry. My
I arrived and spent the day touring the campus with other students that were also admitted. Students everywhere were all cheerful and friendly. I thought to myself this is going to be a great experience for me. I was excited to be involved.
A lot of people choose to look at the challenges in their lives that they have faced and explain how they have overcome them. I am choosing to instead look at the successful times in my life and share what they have been, because I look forward to adding to this list, hopefully while I am attending Muskingum University. At the end of my Sophomore year, I was accepted into the Cosmetology program at C-TEC of Licking County, and this was just the start of a successful pathway. Towards the end of my Junior year, I was chosen to be apart of National Honor Society (which I stupidly rejected, a mistake that will never be made again) and continued to be on Honor Roll and Merit Roll throughout the years. I was also the outstanding Junior Cosmetology
I joined the RX program and obtained a position in Financial Aid as a work study. I met new people from the area, and started making friends and new connections.
Coming into college has been a breath of fresh air for me. In high school, I always felt like I was learning things I never needed. With the new sense of freedom, scheduling, a diverse setting, and the opportunity to find myself, I found my home at IUPUI. So far, I have loved being a jag so much because of all the opportunities that have been presented to me. I feel that at IUPUI, student success is a top priority. I have been so grateful to have all the resources I have up until this point and I hope that I can eventually be a resource to other incoming students.
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Time here at Bridgewater has flown by the past four years and it is crazy to think that in five short months I will be graduating. My time here at Bridgewater College has been the best four years of my life but also some of the most difficult. I never
I hope the new year is treating you well! This year I am a sophomore at the University of Evansville. I am pursuing a degree in exercise science and hope to one day become a physical therapist. My dream job would be to work in an outpatient physical therapy office. The time I have spent at the University of Evansville has been something I will look back on fondly for the rest of my life. I am involved in numerous campus organizations, such as the exercise science club, physical therapy club, national society of leadership and success, and hall council. My favorite organization is Hall Council, because it has introduced me to some great people that I am proud to be able to call my friends. I also have the privilege to be the vice president for
wisely. I am currently in my last semester at Fresno City College after four long years. To my