Throughout my educational experience I noticed the discrepancies with regard to the advantages my peers possessed. In high school as I began exploring what career I wished to pursue, I experienced inferiority as my classmates who’ve taken the ACT three times, visited college campuses, and have had resumes ready since the 6th grade unintentionally mocked my lack of college-readiness. However, my ignorance wasn’t intentional, my parents never reached a high school education in Mexico, they couldn’t pass down SAT tips or acquire internship opportunities for me. I realized it's vital to pick up the pace to avoid being left in the dust akin to countless others in my situation. Henceforth, this statement resonates with my experience, I interpreted
As I sat on the couch getting ready for the first day back at school, I heard the phone in the kitchen ring. I stood up to go answer it and I heard loud footsteps coming down the stairs. My mother was running down the stairs to answer it just in case it was one of her work calls. I noticed that her voice started to crack as if she was going to cry and the smile that she once had on her face had disappeared. The person on the other end of the phone was my Uncle Dylan from California calling to let us know that Aunt Liz had died in a car wreck. We were so devastated but little did we know she left me $12k. A couple days later I received a letter in the mail saying that I had to use it to help pay for my tuition. I am looking to attend the nursing program at Lindenwood, Missouri State, or St. Louis University.
HELLO GUYS!!! I have something veryyyyyyyy important to tell you! After all of my stressing about FAFSA ( Free Application Federal Student Aid) , Colleges, and Transportation, I decided to further my education at Rowan University. It took me a long time to make this decision because this wasn’t my first choice! My first choice/ dream school was LIU Brooklyn ( Long Island University) in Brooklyn, New York. I was recently accepted there and planned on attending there, but their out-of-state tuition was extremely high! Their tuition was $33,000 a year and poor black man like myself, cannot afford it. I really loved LIU because it's a great school, beautiful campus, and most of all, it's in New York. I had my whole planned before it even started,
Being at the Chief’s Academy has been a great experience for me. I have learned many things during my time here that I will take back to my unit and apply to my day-to- day work. In the following paragraphs I will talk about three things specifically. The first thing I will take back will be my dedication to working out and my overall fitness. I will take what I have learned about fitness and share it with my subordinates. Secondly, in relation to the generations class, I will think about how people are different and how they come from different places and how I need to adjust my self to those differences. Lastly, I will take what I have learned about coaching and use that to better understand my people by listening and asking thought provoking questions. Even though I have learned many things, these are the three that I believe I will
My study at Howard Community College has helped me pick out a major that I know I will love pursuing for the rest of my life. HCC was a great way for me to learn the introductions to pertaining to my major. Although HCC was a considerable start, it had limited programs and resources that could have guided me in the long run.
Ever since the day I decided to join community college, I knew that I wanted to become electrical. My academic experience at BCCC is at the end of the chapter so far I have 3.733 GPA out of 45 credits. The classes I took and the projects I have done provide me Mathematics, design, physics and electrical technology knowledge. My educational experience has prepared me for the next level of coursework and also helps me to gain the qualifications to advance in this field. Throughout the 0ne-half year, I am member Phi-theta Kappa honor society, engineering club, and mathematics club. I have some limitation extracurricular activities such as research, internship and student competitions due to personal reasons and taking extra classes for transferring
I wanted to take the time to thank you speaking with me the other day. It was a pleasant conversation and very informative. It was a pleasure to learn more about the mission of the organization. My interests were sparked even more and I am excited about the opportunity. I look forward to contributing my enthusiasm and apply my common goals that the mission also encompasses. Thank you again for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking to you soon.
Before coming to Wingate this fall a lot of concerns came upon me. I asked myself whether I would achieve academic success or whether all this money and effort spent were worth it. I was mainly concerned about what career and path I would take. I was not really sure about what major I wanted to choose or if I would like the one that I would end up choosing. I was afraid that at the end of the day I would not achieve my goal. If I would actually do what I wanted to do with my life. I was afraid that classes would be too difficult or that I would fail a class. Although I heard the great opportunities that Wingate offered for students who need help on a subject or homework I had always been very independent on doing the effort myself. I never
When I started at Anoka Tech, I didn’t know anything about machining. I had no clue what the instructor was talking about on my first day of class. As I learned what waste what in the shop, how to create useful parts out of blocks of steel and aluminum and brass, I began to pull ahead of my peers in our projects. Ever since approximately 3 weeks into my first semester of school here at Anoka Tech, I have been far ahead of my fellow classmates in our projects, even now I am ahead despite them completely skipping a project that took me 3 days to complete. This is my most meaningful experience at Anoka Tech, that it has helped me to find something that I find interesting and fun, that I enjoy doing and am exceptional at.
First of all, I would like to express my gratitude to your company for all you have done and continue to do, for the community. I appreciate each employee and volunteer and all the work that goes into helping those in need. I look forward to talking with you more about the position open in your company and the possibility of being a part of your team.
We believe that you are valuable to our administrative department and your work throughout the year has proven your dedication to the company. Your diligence and self-motivation have been a source of inspiration for the rest of the team. Thank you for giving this company your best.
Thank you for your time to give me an interview and introduce me your co-workers. I really appreciate the time we talk. Though I could not have the chance to join your team, I learned a lot from your team. I respect the decision and understand how it was complex to work out. I wish you and your team great success.