Words cannot express my gratitude. Receiving the Bettye McDonald Caldwell and Fred T. Caldwell, Jr. scholarship is truly an honor! After the lottery scholarship, I end up having to pay for about half my tuition, which makes this gift is an incredible blessing. Going to school full-time and working full-time is a difficult balancing act, but not working is not an option. When I opened the email stating I had been awarded this scholarship, a huge weight was lifted off my shoulders and an overwhelming sense of accomplishment overtook me. It gave me a deep and powerful feeling of success. This scholarship award is proof to me that hard work does pay off. It is a motivator to work even harder to achieve my goals and reach my dream career. I sincerely thank you with every piece of my heart.
Marist College offers so many great programs and student involvement that I would be honored to be apart of, which is one of the many reasons why I believe that Marist would be a good match for me. One of the many things that I like about Marist College is the excellent study abroad programs and I hope that I will be able to partake in one of the abroad programs during my sophomore or junior year of college. Studying abroad is an amazing opportunity that I am highly interested in because it gives the student the chance to visit foreign countries while learning about different cultures and styles of education. Another reason why I believe that Marist College would be a good match for me is because there is a plethora of different types of student
I believe Marist is a good match for me because it offers many it offers an excellent business program. The student activities that are offered are another reason why I’d like to go to Marist. I’m interested in the business club especially and by being involved in that club I believe it would lead me in successful path in my career. The trips the clubs takes to New York City interest me because by seeing the companies their I’d have more knowledge of what real life business in the career I choose looks like. The average classroom sizes are relatively small, which not many colleges or universities offer and I think that it very important in order to get the best education possible. The small size provides me with a better learning opportunity
The first paper is due by Monday, April 9, 11:59 p.m. You MAY use sources outside of the Liberty Search Engine (and are encouraged to do so). Also you may use scholarly books and not just journal articles. You should avoid using generic websites that do not appear scholarly in nature. A good rule of thumb is that if a website does not have an author, it is not a good source. Good online material has also usually been published in print at some point. Google Scholar and JSTOR are great places to search, as well as the online encyclopedias I've shown you. Always feel free to send me an email if you have questions about sources or formatting.
In today’s society, a good quality education is an important and valuable necessity. As a college student at Lone Star College, my college experience has greatly influenced me in an enormous amount of ways. By attending college, I have not only had a chance to receive a quality education and degree, but also an opportunity to socialize and interact with various people from different cultures. In addition, the professors on campus have been extremely helpful towards teaching me to succeed in both inside and outside the class room. Furthermore, my college experience at Lone Star has greatly influenced and encouraged me to be successful and achieve my dream of becoming a doctor.
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Wellesley, Massachusetts, located in Norfolk County, is a premier town in the Greater Boston area. Conveniently, the town has rail service to Boston, Framingham, and Worcester, making your daily commute hassle-free. With a thriving population of 27,982, as of the 2010 census, it is home to multiple prestigious colleges, such as Wellesley College and Babson College. Wellesley is bordered by Newton, Weston, Needham, Dover, and Natick. Settled in 1630, it possesses the unique feature that the well-known “Cottage Street” has been designated a historic district. The houses in this area, built circa 1860, are protected buildings via the town’s historic commission. Wellesley features exclusive homes that boast luxurious details and upgrades. Spectacular
Unit 10 was a closure for the previous four units in the process of inventing Canada. This unit based on the earliest resources on Canadian history and on the first nations whom lived in this country. This resources were about pre-Cartier and his explorations. Some nations, for example the people who lived in St. Lawrence valley – whom did not have a specific name to be called at- and historians still lacking enough evidence on their existence or what happened with them. These people who are identified as St. Lawrence Iroquoians were lived in the contact area which means the conquerors reached them first. The Iroquoians were exposed to all the dangers Europeans carried into the native lands, different types of diseases they were not immune
I am DeQuandra Lyles from Sawyerville, Al and I'm grateful for my family and the scholarship to Neosho Community College. I'm grateful for my family because it has been a rough week for me. I can always count on them they support me and everything I do. Even when I have bad days my family are my motivators. Family would listen to what you have to say and will refuse to give up on you. However, I'm grateful for the scholarship I didn't expect to receive one. The scholarship helped me out a lot I was less stressful. The scholarship paid for my tuition and books so less money came out of my parents pocket.
Pennny is a colorful fuzzy ball of fur. Pennny has butterfly wings and big rainbow eyes. She wears high socks, her hair sticks up and she wears a bow in it. She also carries a pink and purple magic wand. Her fur is blue and she also wears a silver neckless with magic dust in it.
The Wellesley 100 is a list full of bizarre, innovative, and inspiring characteristics of a world class college. I stumbled upon interesting things in Wellesley’s community such as the beautiful Lake Day- a campus activity I would love to participate in- or the hci lab- proof of the innovation that I can become part of once joining Wellesley’s community. However, what really caught my eye was #29 and #16- Adam Van Arsdale’s forensic anthropology class and traditions, respectively. I was particularly drawn to these two things because they focus on traits that are fundamental in my life and an absolute must-have in my future college community.
I would like to thank this foundation and it’s donors for considering and choosing me as a recipient for the scholarship award of $2,500. It means so much to me to receive this award that will allow me the chance to continue my studies at the University of Virginia under their nursing program so that I can become the nurse that I someday aspire to be.
When I first heard of liberal arts schools, I thought of institutions like Julliard where students who want to study the arts attend. I pictured students painting on canvas, dancers leaping across stage, and musicians composing beautiful music. Since beginning my college visitations, I have come to realize that is far from what you will see at liberal arts colleges such as Loras. A liberal arts education not only touches on the arts but also the areas of history, science, math, language, and several more. Throughout my first thirteen years of schooling, I have taken classes covering many different subjects. Liberal arts schools continue to encourage one to learn about topics in various areas of study in order to obtain a more rounded education.
I would like to expand my appreciation to you regarding the generous scholarship which you awarded me. This scholarship is not only an amazing assistance to me and my family, but also an honor of which I am very proud.
I take this time to express appreciation for the $500 scholarship that has been given for my to pursue a higher education. With both parents being 1st generation college graduates receiving their bachelors degree with having to providing for four children I saw them as the ultimate example of knowing the importance of going to college. Being the oldest child they wanted to instill the importance of continuing on to college. With being apart of a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints I was taught the importance of staying out of debt hence the reason I applied for this scholarship. I