I am currently a year 11 students at Beauchamp College. I believe myself to be a dedicated, self-motivated as well as a confident person. I can complete tasks on my own but I can also work well as part of a team. More over I cope extremely well under pressure and always aspire to do everything to the best of my ability. Whilst I have clear objectives, I also take in advice and use it to better my self as a person.
After attending the info session for Year Up, and looking over the website for more details, I am very pleased with this program. It seems like a perfect fit for a college student like myself to help enhance my dreams of becoming an accountant. Year Up can definitely move me up to a higher level in life. I know for a fact I will be a perfect fit for Year Up because I am a determined and motivated individual. I work hard inside and outside classrooms to conquer anything that I desire, no matter what it takes. Also, when it comes to the Year Up program, I am willing to put forth that same effort.
Personal Vision Statement I believe that education; preparation and planning are keys to success. My vision is to apply those principles to my work ethic and applies my knowledge and skills to my professional performance. Therefore, better my workplace delivering excellence in results and stand out as a leader. I strongly believe that the most important part of a business is its people, and example is the best way to express an effective organizational culture.
1. 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
To start I plan on going to post secondary school after high school to get my bachelors degree. I plan on majoring in finance and then becoming a CPA. I am still unsure what I want my minor to be but I’m pretty positive it will be in the business field. There were a lot of different things in my life that made me want to take this path. One of which is the financial situations of my parents. After my parents divorce, it came clear to me how important it is to go to college. My dad who went to college and got his degree has found great success. Whereas to my mother who decided to work after college struggled after the divorce to get everything together. She was changing jobs constantly trying to find one that paid more so she could provide
My placement year was one of the best things I have done during my time at university. Having the opportunity to gain valuable experience in an office has given me more opportunities than most when leaving university. I learnt a lot about myself and gained many skills that will be
I have chosen a business related course as I have been interested in this field from GCSE level & I believe that I have the qualities to forge a successful career in this area. I have been inspired to fulfil this path by my Uncle, a director at a successful company in England
On May 27, 2011, I sat in the crowd of thousands of people waiting to see the cheer from the football field. No, this wasn’t a professional football game, or even a college game. This was the graduation and commissioning of 1000 men and women from the United States Naval Academy. As the covers of all the former midshipmen went into the air, and the crowd went wild, I stood in awe, speechless. Even as an 11 year old boy, I knew that I wanted to be that young man standing on the ten yard line, in an immaculate white uniform, jumping up and down and hugging his buddy next to him. As I read stories and biographies of men like Marcus Luttrell and Chris Kyle, some of the most courageous men in the world, I realized my calling in life. I was to be an officer in the United States Navy.
Personal Statement All through my time in my previous school, I was incorporated into a lot of extracurricular activities. When I passed with Level 3 Standard education (HSC) from in business, I earned some awesome results and some best combines educational achievement with general responsibility to class life. Every so often, I addressed my
Year Self-Assessment To briefly review my performance and skills gained this year, I worked on improving my teamwork and interpersonal skills and I gained exposure to various roles and stages of software methodologies and team development. In addition, I have gained experience observing how IT functions in the corporate environments of two different industries: Retail and Finance. I have developed a better understanding of team dynamics and I am learning how to contribute to them more effectively. Over the course of the year I worked two at client sites Meijer’s POS (Point of Sales) team as a QA tester & SME and recently as an agile tester for Comerica’s fraud Traffic team.
A degree from Flemming Center’s Healthcare Management program will provide me with the knowledge to apply management problem-solving skills to improve health systems and influence health management and policy decisions. The diverse faculty background in management and policy will enhance my educational experience by providing me with the resources needed to succeed in this field. I am particularly interested in working with Dr. Aday. Being the first in my family to graduate from college and pursue higher education, I would enjoy speaking to her about her experiences with this as well as her success in being a leader in healthcare. In addition, Flemming Center offers a variety of resources to prepare its students for life after graduate school. For example, all
On November 2, 2016 I drove to Wittier, CA to meet the Galagar family for the third and final family assessment. To prepare, I utilized Wright and Leahey (2013) Nurses and Families: A guide to Family Assessment and Interventions textbook in order to guide me in further assessing this family’s dynamic and especially their behavior towards each other as well as guide me in developing a strategy to conclude my Family Assessment project. It is important to state that assessment of this family dynamic was taken into account at each of the three meetings, however more so during this meeting via engaging the Galagers in a game of Sorry and Connect 4. These games were strategically chosen to allow Galager’s youngest daughter, Laura, diagnosed with developmental disability be a participant. This field note is my reflection not only on my meeting, which will address the Galager Family Power Diagram, and the Family Attachment diagram, but also my reflection on my growth and development as a soon to be Advance Practice Nurse.
Personal Assessment Paper Whenever the term legacy is invoked in conversation it elicits many different responses. What is it that makes a person have a legacy that will endure long after he or she has breathed their last breath? In my judgement there are several factors that enable a person to have a long lasting impact on others. There are several key attributes that I feel contribute in the greatest manner of developing a person into who they are and into the professional and the leader they were destined to become. As I take an in-depth view of myself and evaluate the abilities that I possess, there are areas I must identify to improve upon whether strengths or weaknesses. The strengths are my endurance, compassion, and leadership,
I believe that attending this Open Day would help me get closer to my dream of working for Clifford Chance. Gaining insight into the functioning of a law firm that boasts an excellent corporate responsibility track record and is composed of efficient employees who can provide answers to complex questions such as Clifford Chance is invaluable and something that would help me in my future tremendously.
For most of my life I have worked with children as a teacher, camp counselor, mentor, nanny, and program director. Years ago, I decided I wanted to create afterschool programs for students. I have seen within my community the effects of drug abuse, teen pregnancy, and delinquency among our youth. Since we live on an island, most adolescents live in rural areas and if you are not involved in sports or surfing, there isn’t much to do; which is why many get involved in drug usage, sexual promiscuity, and delinquent behavior. An afterschool program could provide our youth the means to have access to tutoring, provide guidance and mentorship, opportunities to participate in art, dance, and gardening, all within a fun, safe environment where they