I have had work experience in customer service jobs giving me skills, and the ability to work with different types of people in many situations. I pay close attention to detail and I am a very hard worker. I am friendly, punctual, and eager to learn new skills about early childhood development. I work well with others and have many ideas to improve the company. I am currently studying elementary education at Sierra College, and have taken courses pertaining to child and human development. I am also currently looking to obtain a CPR and first aid training certificate.
These are the three jobs that I would like to do. I chose these jobs because I think they have a big part on our community. They are also things I enjoy and like to do. I am proud of to be a part of them.
Mike Sadle is the owner of Mike’s Wrecker Service in Huntsville, Alabama. Mike has been providing tow services in the Huntsville and the surrounding areas for the past 20 plus years. During that span, Mike has experienced firsthand the growth and evolution of the towing industry. The purpose of this project was to help Mike identify an area in his business where a significant contribution could be made to increase the overall success of the company. The goal was to present Mike’s Wrecker Service with a telematics solution that will not only bring added value to the company but also provide a significant competitive advantage.
I was born the fourth of December 1991 in Cranbrook British Columbia. I lived there for 18 years. Before joining the military I worked as a fry cook at a Burger King for three years and held part time jobs working for the College of the Rockies summer camp programs during the summer. My parents are currently living together in Cranbrook BC. My father works outside the province testing railway tracks for two months at a time, then returns home for two to three weeks. My mother acts as the main contact point of the family, she works as a financial clerk. I have a 22 year old sister who will be attending university in Calgary this September. I attended Mount Baker Secondary School in Cranbrook and graduated in 2009
It is very nice to meet you. Congratulations on continuing your college education, it is never too late to pursue a college degree. Logistics is a very interesting career choice and it is a field that would help you find a good civilian job anywhere you go when you decide to get out of the military. Also, since you are in the military it would help you in the future if you would want to work as a contractor for the federal government.
Please use this doodle poll to sign up for your next observation. When you enter your name, please type your location in parentheses for the sake of logistics (i.e. Jane Doe - Grandview). I ask that you be mindful of the time and locations that you & your peers enter to ensure that I have enough drive time. Once you enter your selection, I will respond with an email to confirm the date and time.
I’m proud of the essay as a whole because i spent more time on it then probably any other essay I have ever in my life. I think that it is put together chronologically. It fits the word limit. I honestly can say i’m okay with other people reading this. Most times i the peer editing because I rush on my writing. I think my thoughts were more organized because i gave myself time.
The most impactful thing I learned throughout my short career in dealing with finance, is the importance of saving your money that you work hard for, investing the money, and having the money in turn work for you. I have chose to begin investing early because being smart with my money long term is crucial for me to being able to accomplish my financial goals. I will be pursing a career in corporate finance, and my hope is to one-day work for a company that provides me with an opportunity to achieve my long-term goals in life. On top of the opportunity, I want my company to also provide the benefits of assisting with my investment goals as well. Unlike many college students my age, I have already begun my investing through
Throughout high school, I have taken numerous advanced courses tailored to my passion for science. Courses like AP Biology, AP Chemistry, Anatomy & Physiology, Honors Physics, and Principles of Engineering have helped me to not only build a strong, extensive foundation of scientific knowledge, but also to develop an essential skill set for effective studying, time-management, and organizing that will ensure my ability to excel at Penn State. In addition to advanced science courses, I also enjoyed immersing myself into intellectually-stimulating subjects, such as AP Statistics, AP Psychology, and IB Anthropology, each of which has broadened my scope of analytical thinking.
I am a currently a veteran of the United States Navy. I served on active duty for 12 years. During my 12 years of service, I earned an Bachelor’s of Science in Healthcare Management through Southern Illinois University. While I was in the military I had the opportunity to be the president of the Morale Welfare and Recreation program for my command. One of the most rewarding collateral duties I was a part of. While on deployment I coordinated parties, movie nights, game nights and other fun things to help boost morale. I really enjoyed seeing people interact and have an enjoyable time with their military family while away from their real family.
Logistics requirements will be fulfilled using each Signal Battalion internal service support assets or via external contract support. In order to sustain operations, service support elements will provide Common User Logistics (CUL) IAW both the Army regulations and IAW XVIII Corps policies/directives.
In 1999 I followed my father’s footsteps and joined the Security Police field in the United States Air Force. While there I learned self-confidence and discipline. I was able to meet and work with people from all different backgrounds. Some of these coworkers have become lifelong friends. Thanks to the military, I was able to receive two Associate Degrees and a Bachelor Degree. The military has great tuition assistance and G.I. Bill program to help you better yourself and your future. There are many hardships that can come from being in the military. For example, spending time away from family is a sacrifice that I regularly have to make. When I first joined, I was single and had no problems with deployments and work schedules. Now
I am currently work as an EMT at three different companies here in Delaware. Two 911 companies and one Non-Emergency Transport Company. I wouldn’t change any of what I have done. I believe it was the right thing to do. It is a passion of mine. I will use the skills and abilities that I have gained to serve the community around me.
My first recollection of paid employment was as a paperboy. I remember walking my neighborhood saving money to purchase a bike, with the intention of accelerating my work hours and allowing for an efficient work model. During high school I worked as a counselor at the town summer camp. My work experiences paled in comparison to my peers, as I was absorbed in athletics and most specifically soccer. In retrospect I regret not seeking various forms of employment during my teenage years as I feel that I would have developed a positive identity of work.
The development of every nation hinges on the effectiveness of their transportation systems. Movement of goods, services and people to and from work is made possible by transportation systems. The importance of effective transportation systems cannot be over-emphasized. A lot of countries are facing Transportation problems and my country Ghana is no exception. A trip of about 30 minutes can take about an hour or more due to traffic jams. This is seriously impacting productivity and has been a topical issue in the country. The situation is the same in Uganda where I currently work. To this end, Transportation Engineers are needed to design roads/ highways that will stand the test of time, plan effective traffic management systems to reduce travel