I have demonstrated excellence In leadership by being in Future Business Leaders of America ever since I was in my freshman year. I became secretary my freshman year, vice president my sophomore year, and will have acquired the privilege of becoming President my senior year. Being in FBLA has helped me not only grow as a member, but as a leader. Throughout my growth inside the club, I have been able to encourage others to join extracurricular activities, developing my interpersonal skills. Community service has also been a major part of my High School career. Whether it’s first preparing and painting the posters for an activity we are having, to being in charge of a fundraising event, my goal has always been to try to impact the community breaking
It is a honor to be admitted to be considered for the National Junior Honor Society. Over my first months at Hickory Creek middle school, I had heard about the national junior honors society. In the beginning, I thought to myself, What is this junior honor society? I wonder what they do. Over the course of the winter I found out how the NJHS helps give back to the community and helps its member succeed academically.This things stood out to me because I try to excel academically while, giving back to people and I feel that I meet the standards to join the NJHS.
The National Junior Honor Society and I possess a common vision. I, like the members of this Honor Society strive to make Stinson an all around friendlier environment and spread positivity school wide. I believe I would live up to be an outstanding member of NJHS because, I am exceptionally responsible, and will have an opportunity to express ways to help further our school’s reputation.
Many may ask what leadership,service, and citizenship truly mean. I have had abundant experiences with each of these unique characteristics. Personally I believe the National junior honor society is looking for strong individuals with very imminent, powerful and strong traits. Someday I would love to be a teacher, and being in NJHS would really give me a true representation of what being a leader and teacher is like. I fit this intricate job description for many reasons, and I hope you enjoy listening to my experiences.
My foremost ambition after becoming an Eagle Scout is to become a Doctor after graduating from Medical School. For me setting goals, are the steps to achieving my ambition. Without goals I would not progress on, which would prevent me from reaching my Ambition. Being an Eagle Scout has been a goal for me since I joined Cub Scouts in DATE. The Eagle Scout rank is a goal that, once completed will help me get into Medical School. Being an Eagle Scout will help me get into the medical school by showing my hard work and determination to succeed and help others. Most Medical Schools accepts less than 3% of the submitted applications. Medical Schools look for students who not only get perfect grades, but are also good communicators and
Narrative Essay I remember seeing my pinewood derby car going down the track; it was silver, blue letters on it that said sonic and black wheels that sounded like a hot wheels car going down a track. I was only 6 years old when that happened. Now I stand in front of the board representing Boy Scouts of America, ¨Congratulations, you are officially an Eagle Scout.¨ It hits me all the sudden like a wave hitting a sea wall, an 11 year journey just ended and it’s time to see the outcome.
I recently completed my Eagle Scout rank, achieving the highest honor in Boy Scouts, and I am also a brotherhood member of scouting's honor society, the Order of the Arrow. I served a six month term as Senior Patrol Leader, the most senior scout leader within my troop, as well as serving as Assistant Senior Patrol Leader for one term. Before that, I did three six month terms as Troop Guide, a position in which I acclimated first year scouts to the troop, teaching them the ways of scouting. My experience in Boy Scouts has presented an abundance of opportunities for me to develop my leadership skills, giving me a competitive advantage over other candidates.
From a young age, I have been fascinated by making things and learning how they work. My educational experience and community service projects have given me an appreciation for engineering from project managing and constructing my Eagle Scout project to enjoying my chemistry and physic classes. I plan on
A good leader inspires people to better themselves. I feel I am a good candidate for the National Honor Society because I have leadership experiences in refereeing youth soccer games, volunteering in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, and taking Links, which is a class that helps students with autism in their classes. While referring children's soccer games I had to pick and choose the calls that I had to make so the kids could learn the game but also have fun playing the game. Even though some kids didn't like it, I had to be a sense of authority to them to make sure none of them got hurt when playing soccer. When I go to visit my little brother, for the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, I help him with his homework, and also make it fun
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.
All leadership qualities such as scholarship, character, citizenship, leadership itself, and service should be exemplified as an NJHS member at Claughton Middle School! However, one quality that attracts my attention the most is "leadership". This outstanding quality drove me to believe that "leadership" should symbolize our school's organization, National Junior Honor Society.
I have heard about National Junior Honor Society way before Middle School. Students who are members always are exemplary students and are of good characters, well enough to be my role models. Ever since my elementary years, I have maintained all “A”s grade, I always have interest in leadership and service, and I always thirst for a challenges and accomplishments.., things that I know will make a good fit to be a member of this prestigious organization.
I want to provide a positive attitude that can help improve the National Honor Society. It might seem like something simple and worthless to some, but to me having a positive attitude in the face of adversity makes me a stronger person. Unlike others whom can provide incredible ideas or stupendous promises, the only thing that I truly offer to NHS is that I would work hard no matter what in order to help the Cardinal Hayes community grow. I'll become a team player that can understand what it takes to properly accomplish goals that the team aims for, when others are looking at the horrible things at the present moment I wanna be the person that anyone can rely on. My personal desire is to help the organization overcome obstacles and to be able
Hi, I'm Kacey and I'm from Ohio! UIndy is definitely my top choice right now, but I'm making my final decision within the next few weeks. At my school I'm a member of Student Council and National Honor Society. I'm also the secretary of our Spanish Honor Society. I plan on studying Social Work and Psychology due to my love of people. I want to be involved in various Christian Ministries on campus and it would be great to have a roommate who is involved with them too! My education is very important to me so I will be extremely serious about it and if you intend to do the same that would be great. Despite my seriousness I still love to have fun and go on adventures with my friends. If you would like to get to know me more just send me a message
I love Washington DC. I grew up around the Philadelphia area, so I’ve been to DC many times for school trips. I love all the museums and the history and the art. But what really made me decide to apply was the opportunity to meet with alumni and employers, as well as the possibility of visiting the State Department and the NASA. I devoutly followed the NASA security scandal in the news when it was unfolding, much to the chagrin of fellow classmates in high school who were never quite as interested in politics as I. As a Political Science and, likely, an International Relations major, the possibilities in DC seem endless, and I’d really like to get a start as early as I can