Writing is a key in everyday life, whether it is going unrecognized or not communication is largely dependent on writing rater then face to face relations. Growing up writing an essay or a story wasn’t always as important as sending that one text out to a friend. Many times instead of working on an assignment people tend to text, and write on social media instead. Although by doing this in the end, you are still writing, although for some it doesn’t count as that text maybe something they are passionate about unlike their assignment. The concept of writing then goes unacknowledged and isn’t looked at as a fun activity for many. This tends to happen after submitting assignments and not receiving the grade you may
As teenager, many people say their adolescence is one of the most important phases in anyone’s life. As a teenager, you get to experience many great events like going to high school football games, dating your first boyfriend or girlfriend, getting your driver license, and graduating from high school. As I look back, I believe that getting my first job was the most important event in my adolescence. I was very enthusiastic about getting my first job. I enjoyed that fact that I will be able to earn my own money and not having to ask my mother for any earn. Surprising, there was only one obstacle that was holding me back and that was the fact that I was a
Sophomore year was when i got my first job. It was April when i was hired and had found out about the job because my mom knew the owner of a store that was about to open. I had turned sixteen earlier the year before in September so this was my first real job. After an online application and an interview the job was mine. My first day i was very nervous. I was not feel comfortable talking to strangers or initiating conversation so i was anxious about the possibility of being in that uncomfortable situation. Nonetheless i arrived to the store mentally preparing myself for the day. To my relief i found out the store was a week away from being ready to open and i was saved from any interaction with any customers; although the threat still loomed in the near future. I spent the day assembling shelving, hanging signs, cleaning, and attempting to get the floor into working order. It was a long eight hour day of work. After a week of this the store was ready and we were called into a meeting to discuss opening day tactics. Among other tips and suggestions for how our new store should be run there was one requirement that stood out from the rest: each customer is to be
First I just want to point out the obvious and say that you have an enormous heart. It must be so hard for you meeting these inmates and seeing their potential and most times seeing them revert to their old ways. I think that has to be the most painful part of it all. I know your supervisor once told you “our mission can’t be affected by individual successes or failures.”- Alice Layton. Which is what kept you going. It’s true, but it doesn’t take the sad disappointing feelings away. It’s amazing what you do, but it’s also very hard emotionally. For that I salute you. I love how invested you truly are. That fact that they feel comfortable enough to speak to you about the crimes they have committed is insane. That just goes to show how committed you are to helping them better themselves. In addition to
On Tuesday 18th, 2017 I interviewed Elizabeth Surprenant the systems Administrator for B. F. Saul Company & Affiliates (Real State Company). Before I decided to interview her, I first targeted the type of occupation that I want to know more information. Economics my targeted major. Due to my interest in economics, I decided to interview Ms. Surprenant, who has a bachelor degree in Accounting and she doubled major in economics. There were 2 degrees of separation between this Ms. Surprenant and me. I contacted her via email and set up a meeting to discuss some details about her occupation.
Hi there, I hope you’re doing well. As you may have noticed I haven’t been in class lately. You may also have noticed that my work ethic is getting sloppier by the day and that I’m performing poorly in class. This is because I haven’t been in a very good place emotionally lately. In fact I haven’t been, for a long time. But this past month or two, things have become unmanageable for me. I have seeked professional help, unfortunately, things does not seem to be getting better, anytime soon. I know I should’ve let you know about this sooner, but I was scared and embarrassed to admit that I am not in a good place. I also know, that I should be telling you this in person but I don’t know how. So, instead I’m sending this email to you and to all
We haven't talked in a while so I thought I send you a quick e-mail. My life has been school, running, sleep, and music! School is going well like all my teachers (for the most part)! I haven't raced yet in cross country because I got sick a few week ago... I am just not getting over it, and I was supposed to have a meet on Saturday, but it was canceled due to horrible course conditions. I have been spending a lot of time producing music... Over this last summer, I got very serious about it. Realistically, I don't think it will be a career field for me, but you never know, and I really enjoy it. I've thought myself a lot, but I think I will be meeting with some actual audio engineers to learn even more. Right now music production
The lives I would touch for my legacy would be my family and friends because those are the people that care about me and what I do. That they would help me out with anything I need. My major accomplishment would be a pro soccer player and go to Rutgers College. The other accomplishment in my life would be to get very good grades in school to get a good education.
My second job was a cashier at a local drug store. My daily duties included organizing and stocking shelves, providing excellent customer service, and checking out customers. The environment was incredibly nonchalant and the stress level was extremely low. Although many of my peers enjoy effortless employment, the lack of duties disturbed me. I worked the last shift almost every weekend night and was plagued with boredom. There were numerous occasions when I would pick a magazine off the shelf and read it because of the shortage of customer traffic. The job became a waste of time and ability.
When I think of the word legacy I think of how I will be remember and what I will leave behind for generations to come. I think of people like Martin Luther King Jr and Gandhi, whose impact changes the lives of many and the world as it was known during that time. I don’t think that my impact will be received on such a big scale like Martin Luther King Jr., Gandhi, and many other but hopefully I will be able to touch the people who were close to me during my lifetime.
I heard job come out my mom's mouth i wanted to scream to the top of my lungs i couldn't speak i was so terrified so i decided that i would go to bed early so they would stop talking about but that didn't all i was dreaming about was work i felt like i was losing my mind and then i thought to myself it’s time to grow up and time to make your own decisions i'm going off to college in 2 years and it’s coming fast so It was even though i still felt horrible i didn't know what was happening . i was thinking today is the day i felt like the world was ending i no longer getting money from my parents and ask them to buy me things i had to make my own living for myself i felt like i was growing up too fast i felt like i wasn't ready and i'm pretty sure my family wasn't either
My first job was at a restaurant by the name of Fazoli’s in Avon Indiana. It was the first quick-serve Italian restaurant. I believe I started working there when I was 17, my friend begged me to go work with him. I got haired in October, I got the job rather fast sure they were heavily under staffed. The owner of the restaurant was Mario. He put me as the chief I made subs salads pizzas and desserts. I worked almost every day but only for short hours. About 3 to 4. I was alright with the cause I would be able to get my school work done if needed with such short hours and able to still have a social life. The only other times when I got more hours shifts would be when People didn’t want to work there shift so I would pick it up for them. I
I will never regret a single day that I have spent my time working, because for every hour that I spend diligently working towards something, I learn an invaluable lesson that can never be replaced. My strong work ethic was instilled in me from a very young age, when one of my favorite things to do was follow my grandpa around the farm as he did chores. It was not long before I was sacrificing playtime so that I could help him pour feed, plant wheat, and harvest beans. While most little girls were pretending to be princesses, I was stomping through the dirt to check the cows. As a child, when I would tell my mom that I wanted something, her response was always this: “spit in one hand and wish in the other; see which one gets full faster.”
I took the last job right after I graduated back in 2009. The positions really helped me to develop a number of skills necessary for this automation manufacturing industry. I started as automation and moved on to IT system support specialist and then the automation senior project supervisor. That was very lucky to have the opportunity to work from sensors to PLC, from PLC to data flow, from data flow to the entire manufacture system, from built system to projects. However, there was little opportunity for growth with the same systems, and I felt it was time to move on to a new position with more responsibility. A position that will allow me to use the skills I developed at my last job, while taking on challenges that I know I am ready
My job classification is Planning Analyst, I work in Network Management Department at Hennepin Health (Medicaid health plan) as a Provider Relations Consultant for three years, My role is to manage the relationship with vendors and serving as the liaison for internal and external business partners; and provide support to Contract Managers in the execution of MHP Participating Provider Agreements. In addition, some of my responsibilities consisted of providing support in the negotiation of proposed provider contracts to ensure compliance with state regulations, reimbursement structure standards, and other key process controls. I also, educate and re-direct the vendors to ensure they are remaining in compliance with their contract requirements.