The Honors College at Lone Star presents itself as an immense opportunity for me to truly exhibit the potential which I strive to exude. It provides not only convenience to my family and I, but reassurance that I can receive an honorary level of education just a few miles from home. As I traverse through high school, I always hold a subconscious idea of the future I wish to lead and the effort which it demands, but I never became discouraged by the years of education which I must accomplish. In fact, this factor only accelerates my ambition to excel in what several appear to be abandoning as of late: medicine.
I feel like this would be an opportunity to expand in depth in my discipline, as well as learn in a small classroom setting. Through the honors college curriculum, I feel like I have an advantage over my peers because of the unique quality of classes available to me. The opportunity to take these unique classes would make me into a more well rounded student, more understanding of the problems and challenges regarding the discipline that I choose to study. I am certain that the UIC honors college is a perfect fit for me because it fulfills my goal of undergraduate research, as well as enriching my undergraduate
Sitting in Calculus 1152, to my left is an education major, to my right a business major, and behind me is a computer science major. Everyday, I split my time between high school and attending classes at Ohio State. It is through this I realize the diversity and opportunities at OSU. Students from across the state and around the globe with a variety of academic interests live, learn, and work together to become better citizens through education. This diversity, in combination with the breadth of coursework offered at Ohio State, will prepare me well to be a contributing citizen of society.
I am hoping to translate my love for traveling and fierce passion for international politics into a career. By majoring in Global Affairs, I am planning to work with an embassy or with a refugee resettlement center. After graduation, the Honors college will not only add a dimension of prestige to my resume, but it will display that I am a competent, driven worker. Furthermore, the Honors college provides both opportunities and research experience that will prepare me for my career. In an environment with like-minded peers who value their education, I will be tested, challenged, and strengthened with a rigorous curriculum. I am a firm believer that as a student, even as a person, I am like a geode—I must be broken to see what I’m made of. Therefore, accompanied by my academic achievements, I have the tenacity and
I want to join the FIU Honors College because it offers its students the opportunity to obtain a greater involvement in FIU and the community as well as being able to pursue their academic interests with a diverse group of individuals. This is something I would love to be a part of and contribute to during my upcoming years at FIU.
I feel very distinguished to be among the exemplary students who are being considered for the National Honor Society. I strongly believe that this society does many great things in the society by helping many people and I hope that I can play an important role in improving the impression it has created.I would be excited to join such a society because of the limitless opportunities it would present to me and allow to me to grow as a reputable person and do as much as I can for the greater good.
Research shows that they tend to favor undergraduates that present leadership and other special talents that make them stand out from everybody else. The Honors College will indeed enhance my values to become recognized, I’m ready to conquer and levitate. We all dedicate our time towards the blueprint that we have planned out for us to elevate to the top. Gaining membership in the Honors College has been a dream for me and at the end of the day I just want my dream to become
I, Troy Weber, want to join National Honor Society to benefit my community and myself. This experience will help me with completing difficult tasks, handling a situation or just finding a way to talk to another person. I want to help my community because there is so much work that can be done. People need help everyday and I want to give up my time to lend them a hand or two. Volunteer work can lead to a better character and create a sense of care for the people within a small and large community.
At this point in my college career, I have reached the limit as to what the Miami-Dade Honors College can offer me. So far I have pursued an Associate in Arts degree in Biology and am looking forward to the next step in my education. My experiences here have allowed me to grow heavily both as a student and an individual, but I am limited in the amount of resources currently available to me. For example, I do not have the variety of courses and study abroad opportunities that four-year college students have. Hence, I have taken all the science and math courses towards my associates degree at Miami-Dade College, but I am left to explore other options to continue to advance my preparation for a career in the science field. This is because I have
I would like to be a member of the National Honor Society because I feel like I could help the school and the community. I have demonstrated with my academic achievements and my GPA that I am determined to work hard and do whatever it takes in order to get a job done. I have had principal’s honor roll almost all my life. I have gotten many awards from my teachers over the years and I will be getting many more over the last three years of high school.
The National Honor Society is an excellent program, so I believe that becoming a member could create a symbiotic relationship. Being a member of the National Honor Society could encourage my academic achievement and give me opportunities to teach, which in turn will fine tune my understanding on the subject as well. I have multiple experiences with tutoring, as I am currently tutoring three kids and used to tutor an international student in English. I believe firmly in helping others through tutoring; I love teaching to instill curiosity and ambition in the minds of others. Community service and tutoring are a win-win outcome in my opinion since the student starts to comprehend the subject that they are struggling in while the tutor builds mastery of the subject, feels a sense of accomplishment, and genuinely feels better for doing the right thing.
I am interested in becoming a member of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) because it will help boost my leadership and social skills, character, citizenship, and help me to become a better scholar. These skills are important because they will help me learn to listen to other people’s ideas and share ideas with others. Also, NJHS will help me learn to lead and take charge, help my community, and maintain a good GPA to get into a great college. I am also interested in being a member of National Junior Honor Society because my sister was in it when she was in middle school and they did multiple interesting and productive projects, activities, and field trips.
To be in National Honor society is an enormous accomplishment. I should be picked because I have copious skills that I can bring to the table. I am a great leader and I am very organized. I am a huge role model for girls who want to go into fields that typically only guys do. I am an honorary member of National Honor Society of High School Scholars which is impeccable. I already have 26 high school credits and 16 college credits. I have been in numerous different activities such as, soccer, volleyball, band, drama, VES kids chorus, ballet, tech club, and tae kwon do. I am a very strong student when it comes to grades and I also like a challenge. I am very creative and can come up with countless ideas on how to help the community. I love helping
I would like to become a member of National Honor Society because it is a great opportunity for me to give back to my community. In my future my plans are to become an Orthopedic Nurse, and being in the medical field has so much to do with giving back to the community. I have been a part of the Health Occupation Education Program at my school for the past two years. In H.O.E. we have done several things to help give back to the community such as walking 1,000 miles as a class for the Adams County Cancer Collation walk and also delivering Turkey Boxes for families who can’t afford to have a good Thanksgiving dinner. Wanting to make a difference is a huge part of being a healthcare worker. Being a member of National Honor Society would mean a
Something that I have done to make my school/community a better place is becoming a member of National Honor Society. This society is a club within my school that is focused on the betterment of the community. To stay a member within the club, one must gain 80 points a semester, one can gain points from volunteering or donating materials for events such as card making for the elderly and Toys for Tots. I personally have gained all of my points for the semester by volunteering at multiple places. Some of the places that I have volunteered at are the Houston Food Bank, Families Feeding Families at Tomball Christbridge Fellowship, and TEAM resale shop in Tomball. All of these locations where I volunteered for over a total of 15 hours over the