I would like to attend Nesbitt Discovery Academy because my strengths as a student are in STEM and unlike other schools Nesbitt Discovery Academy provides more opportunities to explore these topics. I enjoy being involved in math outside of the required math for school. For example, my homeschool school math team won Math Counts this year and took third place last year so I've been to the state Math Counts competition twice. I have had the opportunity to go to WCU Region Math Competition in Math 1, Math 2, and Math 3. This year I placed 8th overall in Math 3 and my Math 3 team came in second, and I will be competing in the state completion for Math 3 in May. I have also taken the AMC 10 three times and have gone to the Furman Mathematics
The way I see it, business is what ties our world together. From the advertisement of the products on the shelves of supermarkets to the management of the employees who sell them, business is ingrained in every interaction we have. Without business, the world as we know it simply would not exist. I aspire to be an eloquent, well-rounded individual who effectively contributes to society and makes the world a better place, and I believe that pursuing a degree in business is the best way for me to go about achieving that goal. As I look back upon my time in high school, working part-time as a cashier at Scheels All Sports and being the president of my high school’s National Honor Society prepared me to be a dedicated, tenacious, well-spoken student in the Wisconsin BBA Program and future business professional.
There are few certainties of what one will encounter during life. A common joke names two: death and
I have always found Ms. Branson to be committed to helping our student and any teacher that requests her help. She helped facilitate our study club at Otis for the 5th, 6th and 7th graders for the last year we had the 7th and 8th graders at our elementary schools. She always began by creating relationships with all students she worked with by praising their successes and
Brebeuf I want to go to Brebeuf because from current students that I talked to Brebeuf has a friendly, warm and loving environment that I would like to be apart of. I would also like to be part of the phenomenal volleyball team Brebeuf has. I was watching a youtube video on Brebeuf’s channel that showcased the past graduation videos, and all of the graduates said that the school prepared them for college and that they will miss how Brebeuf treated them. I think that’s important for a school that the teachers help the students transition them from a middle school mentality to a more college thinking. I also like the community of the school, how every trusts each other and the diversity of the students. I want to go to Brebeuf because of the
When I was on a softball team a few years ago, me and my teammates would communicate through the essentials of communication which are process, meaning, and symbolic communication both on and off the baseball field. In example, when we are on the field, we communicate in procedural ways in order to reach a goal. We were engaging in action when we were practicing and using our knowledge when implementing a strategic plan on how we would play the different opponents we faced especially in crucial games. My teammates were all different races so we all had different cultural backgrounds. There were people on my team who were of American, African American, Asian, Lebanese, Puerto Rican, and Dominican descent. Therefore, my language was constantly changing when communicating between my Hispanic and American teammates. Our interpersonal competence and determination to win depicted the outcome of our games. However, most of us shared the same desire and effort in helping each other learn and grow with the team.
USciences gives me the opportunity to attain higher education. By attaining higher education, I will be able to apply the knowledge and experiences I have gained in the workplace. Furthermore, USciences provides a great opportunity of various clinical settings, hands on experience, and allows me to be a part of a diverse group of individuals within the community. I believe hands on experience in various clinical settings will enhance my ability to provide better care for my patients. By enhancing my abilities, I will feel more confident in what I do in the future. Like any other career, I feel like it is important to feel confident in your job. For example, with physical therapy, patients are trusting the physical therapist to provide the best
I am applying to your master’s program in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Reading. Currently, I am a reading specialist and a part-time literacy coach in an elementary school. Furthering my education will enable me to become eligible for leadership positions within the school district where
Now being at Richland Elementary School for about 8 weeks, I have a good sense of the people around me, the school itself, and myself in my role with the children. I do have to say that Mrs. Cambridge is outstanding with the children. She builds excellent rapport with them. I can recall a certain student was afraid of a certain movie being played one week, and he asked if he could go and sit with Mrs. Cambridge. This goes to show how much care and time Mrs. Cambridge puts into getting to know and building relationships with these students. It shows when a kid needs to be disciplined or talked to, and she is always good at handling the situation. The volunteers are also equally as good with the students. Many of the volunteers are soon to be
With the opportunity to join an ambitious, supportive, and dynamic group of similarly minded female peers as a Douglass woman, I plan to be BOLD during my time at Rutgers and take advantage of the leadership and professional resources that the DRC and the university offer.
I recently took a tour of the Toyota plant on the 22nd of October. I then gazed out upon the Toyota plant and suddenly felt envious of the people that witness it every day. From then on I knew that I wanted to be one of them. All my life I’ve been waiting for an opportunity like this and from the second I heard about your AMT program I knew that it was right for me.
Dr. Hansen, You once asked me if I wanted you to get involved in this situation and I said yes. You had David Marshall call me. Although I appreciated his call, that is not what I wanted. I wanted your personal involvement as this involves your school district. I understand you are a busy man and have a lot of important things to deal with. I happen to believe this is one of them.
If I was required to give myself a nickname, I think I would like something that is slightly whimsical, but still relevant to who I am and my interests. Therefore, I believe that I would give myself the nickname Doctor Banana. I would use the doctor part as an obvious reference to my interest in the medical profession, but also due to the fact that some of my friends in college will come to me about some general medical questions that they have. I would include Banana for two reasons. The first being that it shares the first four letters of my name and the second reason being that when my closest friend first saw my name written down on the door of my dorm freshman year, she read it as bananafish. I would like to use that part of my nick name
Introduction There is much that can be accomplished when you surround yourself with individuals that possess the knowledge that you seek. Conducting interviews or partaking in casual conversations are ways to acquire such knowledge. I had the pleasure and opportunity to interview Steve Bickert, CPA at Concannon Miller & Co., a
Pursing a career as a medical doctor is an opportunity for me to mentor youth in underserved populations. As a child, I was raised in the low income, urban community of Roxbury, MA. Although not as notorious today, the neighborhood had garnered negative attention for its high crime rates. My mother emigrated from Haiti and raised me as a single parent. Due to our financial circumstance, Roxbury became our permanent residence. I have always felt there was something lacking in Roxbury in comparison to other towns I visited. My teenage years were largely spent in the suburban town of Stoneham where I attended high school. There was a literal difference in air quality and a psychology contrast in future prospects. While native students of