I would like to be a teacher because I have always been the one that’s eager to make a difference, I want to be the teacher that children remember for the rest of their life even after school. The love that I have always had for children is what drew me to teaching and the love that I have for learning is where I got my passion to teach. I have been inspired by many teachers in the past who has had a positive impact on my life and these are the ones that I have viewed as a mentor, leader and even as a parent. One particular reason that I chose to pursue a career in the education field is because I believe that when teachers work individually and collectively they have the ability to improve and change the world.
I would like to be part of Teach for America due to my love and ethical responsibility to teaching students. I have an ethical responsibility to teach because of my in-depth knowledge of student development in the areas of physical, social/emotional, and cognitive domains of children. Another aspect of my
I am seeking to join Teach for America for a few reasons. The first reason is because I want to make a change. So many of today’s youth are lacking the required educational foundation needed to succeed. The problem is not that they aren’t smart enough or that they are not capable of high achievement. The problem is that they are not given the same opportunities that are found in a different zip code or a neighboring town. The lack of equality in the education system is disparaging and is a social injustice effecting children that do not have any control over the area where they live. It is my belief that many students in low-income communities can benefit from having someone who believes in them and can help them reach their highest potential.
I am looking to join Teach For America because I am interested in exploring a possible career in education but also in giving back to my community in a significant way. As a recent graduate, exploring opportunities that help me decided the best possible career choice is a priority. Teach For America provides hands on approach for me to really understand what is required to be successful. I look forward to meeting the high expectations that TFA has. As the first in my family to graduate from college, I understand some of the various obstacles that are present in our current educational system. But I have also been fortunate enough to benefit from the work of those looking to make education more accessible to everybody. I am inspired by the positive
I desire to join the Teach for America organization in order to help me establish my teaching abilities. I have a passion for teaching children. I have always wanted to teach others rather children or adults alike. I first found my love of teaching at Wednesday night bible study class
Teach for America is an organization that helps in need schools. Every day my professors tell us that that is where the teachers are needed most. Because of high rates of teacher turnovers, lack of school funding, and the negative impact of society some students fall through the gaps in the education system. I want to be a part of this solution and through Teach for America I will do that.
Financial Need Statement From taking my first steps at the age of 8 months old, to walking alone to a friend’s house at 3(kids don’t try this at home), followed by cooking dinners autonomously at 10 years old, my life has accumulated to a series of beautiful memories that my father has meticulously sculpted to raise me as an independent young lady. He taught me the virtues of such self governing and the beauty of freedom that such a gift dons. Every day I strive to honor such teachings. It is no wonder that these lessons have led me to strive to pay for college by myself.
I am attending college in order to better the life of myself and my family to come. I would like them to be able to have everything they need, without worrying about money. I am originally from New York, because of this I saw the way my single mother struggled to pay bills on time. We needed to keep our payments to a minimum due to how expensive rent, clothes, and food can be in the city. This motivated me to get a higher education in order to ensure I will have a successful career. I want to enjoy my job while not having to live paycheck to paycheck. This will enable me to make milestones as simplistic as possible to overcome.
Why do you seek to join Teach For America? I believe Teach For America would allow me to inspire families and their children to learn and embrace education. As a young child born of immigrant parents, living in Southern California’s Coachella Valley, I experienced the transition from a low-income community to a mid-income community. My experience has allowed me to understand the challenges families from low-earning neighborhoods face. I have seen firsthand the disparity between two different socioeconomic classes and it is clear that they need support.
Children as our biggest treasure deserve the right to a quality education and an opportunity to be successful in life. That can only be accomplished by instilling the right values in them from the young age, leading them to the right path and showing them how important education is. Teach for America improves and nourishes America’s most valuable asset – the children. It provides leadership in the low-income school communicates that need quality education for the children who are less fortunate, and lack funds and opportunities.
I believe that optimum success begins with a strong educational foundation. Without a strong foundation, it is easy for students to sell themselves short or believe anything that is challenging is impossible. I want to be a part of Teach for America because, this program is taking on the challenge of the disregarded issue known as educational inequality. Regardless of the views of other people, I believe every student deserves a chance to receive a quality education no matter what race, ethnicity, or socio-economic background they come from. For many children, education is one of the first steps to escaping poverty.
What I learned from my partner's answer was she doesn’t receive any forms that relays any information about the curriculum that’s being learned in her daughter’s classroom. She typically knows what her child is learning because she sits down every night to go over her daughter’s homework and review together,
Personal Info: I became interested in Education in a Diverse Society because I enjoy diversity and how different people can come together to work or learn as one unit. Volunteering with children is what made me interested in education. Even though I have no plans in becoming a teacher, I would
Why would we want to learn? Learning is difficult. Luckily, we have an unsung hero willing to help us when we need it the most. The question ‘why’. It is a short and simple word, but using it, we receive the ability to learn. It
Teach for America aims at bringing equality in the American education system. TFA aims at providing quality education for kids in low- income communities just as those in the high income communities are enjoying. I want to join teach for America because I have the passion for kids. I am