Most employers will not want to hire “college kids” fresh from college. It is all about experience: how much experience one has or how little experience one has. Most employers are looking for someone who already knows what they are doing, not someone who has to be taught everything. Now, there are few employers who prefer people without experience because they can be molded. Those kind of employers do not want someone with experience because they do things differently. For example, I work at Subway. My boss would rather hire new people because he can shape them into what he wants. We have had two people who worked at previous Subways, and it is harder to train them in what he likes versus what they were taught. It confuses
Throughout our lives, we make choices and decisions that change our lives and others in positive and/or negative ways. It is these decisions that determine how we will be remembered, our legacy. When I graduate high school, I want to be remembered by the qualities that define me as a person and the good I’ve done for others. Throughout the years, I’ve been often been described by my family and friends as bold, confident, outgoing, and hardworking. Not only are these characteristics important to me, but they are important to my family, as they want to leave a legacy in the name of our family. The qualities I have exhibited are the same qualities past family members have shown and are remembered for. Through always putting out my best effort when it comes to work and school, I have shown my dedication and discipline. Through doing what I can to help others, I have displayed my commitment to world peace, the betterment of the world as a whole, and the yearning to make a difference in someone’s life other than my
I have appreciated much of the process in which I have journeyed over the last few years. Many of my classes have not only taught me things, but have given me insight into myself, my children, friends and family. I have learned to apply some of the lessons learned with how I would react to issues, interpret scenarios and motivate myself.
National Honors Society is an amazing opportunity to be chosen for. By being accepted, it shows that the hard work that I have done in the classroom, and in the community have done well for not only the community but for myself as a person. Since I have started High-school, I have done many volunteer hours at my church. I have done many things such as help lead game-time for the little ones during a learning program called Awana. Awana is a program done by some churches to help raise children to love and serve God. I also help most Sundays in the sound room at church. I help to run the sound and the computer that displays the songs that we are doing that particular Sunday. I enjoy doing these things because seeing the children’s faces, enjoying
For my education I would like to become a vet which means I have to get a PHD in vet school. To help me get started next year I will Medical in 8th grade and also take it in high school. If I take Medical next year and find out it is not for me I will try to become a teacher and follow the line of teachers in my family. My grandma, on my mom’s side, is a high school teacher and as you know my mom is the AP at Shivela Middle School, or I will follow my dream in acting as you may know I am in Theatre, and I love it I have been in plays all throughout elementary elementary school I was the main character in my 1st grade christmas play, I was also little miss muffet in my kindergarten play, also I has the sign holder in my after school program play that would introduce each scene like “Twas the Night before Christmas.” Some of my career goals are to be an intern at a local shelter and graduate high school ready to go right into college and know what it would be for like teaching or vet
When I was a senior in high school my father had his second heart attack and had to have open heart surgery. Upon Graduation from High School in May 2016, I made the decision to move in with my Father who is a sixty-eight-year-old Disabled Vietnam Veteran with many health issues. During my Freshman year at Pearl River Community College, his health had declined and the doctors discovered that he had an aneurysm in his chest and blockages in his legs. Thankfully after his surgery was completed and he was able to come back home, I was to be on break so I could stay with him and help with whatever he needed. I am one of six children and have chosen to take care of him and live there in lieu of working outside of College. The two oldest of my
Why Tulane? There are plenty of obvious reasons for wanting to go to Tulane. For one thing it’s in New Orleans, and who doesn’t love New Orleans? I live on the North Shore. I could come home every, single weekend and I would never miss a holiday with my family. Groceries and laundry wouldn’t be a problem.
I can not imagine spending the past thirteen years of my life at any other place. River Valley is my home away from home and I would not want that any other way. My River Valley education has meant so much more to me than the tiny, little third grader climbing aboard the large yellow bus on her first day of school would have ever imagined. Being a student of River Valley since my very first day of school has allowed me to be in almost each building, meet nearly every teacher, and make friendships that will last a lifetime.
In my high school career, I have taken classes in drama and film. These classes have had a large impact on my life, molding and helping me figure out exactly what I want to do with my future. Being a filmmaker. This is what I intend on doing with my life. Film is such an amazing art-form encompassing so many different mediums all at once.
People don't believe much anymore in warning dreams, fateful omens, prophesies and such-like. But just fifty years or so ago, along the Mississippi River of my youth, such notions were considered no more fanciful than believing in the wireless or the telephone today. Not everyone believed, of course: there were always those who judged such ideas to be nothing more than foolish superstitions.
My situation is extremely bad with my debt steadily increasing every single month and is impossible to get out of with my income. My main expenses are miscellaneous, mortgage, utilities, and education. Due to my profession and number of kids, it is impossible to change the education expenses and miscellaneous expenses. Those two expenses alone leave me with only $203.45 per month to pay for life insurance, utilities, car loans and the rent. Since I am living with Whitney, the minimum price of an apartment we can buy is 1/6 of our net incomes or $659.54. Even if we split the payments based off of our number of children (I pay for 2/5 and he pays for 3/5 since he has 2 kids) that still makes my rent payment $263.82 - which already puts me over
There is no greater tool for learning than traveling. encountering your knowledge physically, visually and most importantly open your mind for new ideas. great voyagers and historians gained their knowledge by exploring the world. it is maybe the oldest way of learning, yet it is the most effective
It was challenging for me to adapt to the new unique environment of Overland Park. Whenever I decided to go to JCCC, I wanted to continue being an over-achiever, so therefore my first semester of college I got admitted into the Honors Program. It was a huge achievement for me, but the biggest one would be officially attending college. Most of the students I went to high school with decided to only work because they thought about the right now moment and making money as soon as possible. Wyandotte students had a small imagination and didn't reflect on the end goal of being successful. I feel like the environment I live in made the people in Wyandotte County have a lot of restrictions and limitation. From that point on I made the chose that
Last year at Clarkson University I was apart of the Clarkson Theatre Club, their musical theatre club. I didn’t know about it until my second semester there and had missed auditions, but I was able to join the ensemble of a musical called All Shook Up. the entire cast got really close together, from rehearsals, parties, and show dates. At the end of our show dates when we were cleaning up the set and getting ready to leave we all sat down, took a big chalice of sparkling cider and then when it was passed to us we were to share our favorite thing about the show. We all talked about how it was such an amazing experience and that we fostered such a sense of community and that it was great to make such amazing friends.
Ultimately, I want to feel like I have grown as a professional, a student, a writer, and a leader when I complete my program. I do not want to look back and see how I got in my own way of success. Instead, I want to look back and marvel at how much I grew and be proud. I feel