Brian started to think about his future. Brian has his mind set on Bellarmine already. He looked toward college and already knows that he wants to go somewhere in Southern California. Chapman and LMU are at the top of his list. After college, he fantasizes about being in the entertainment business. He has his hopes on being an actor or a youtuber, and moving to Bora Bora with all of his riches. However, No matter what happens in the future, he will always live by the most valuable lessons he has learned: family first and live life to the fullest.
The first school he attended was Franklin Regional but now he attends Hempfield High school. One of the funniest things that happened to him is falling down the steps in school. The dress code and Math are no his favorite thing but CWCTC and English are. When he graduates he plans to work with is brother and start a concrete business. He plans to attend Pitt and go into the business program. Pittsburgh is where he plans to live. Getting off probation was the best thing he has done this summer. While over the summer he had two jobs one was at Burger King as a cook and the other was with his brother doing concrete. His mother has been the most influential person in his life, she has always been there to help, support him and help him become
When Thomas was twelve he was living with his father in Tennessee and had a variety of jobs like golf caddy or paperboy . Three years later ,after they moved out of Tennessee ,in Indiana Thomas got another job working in a restaurant called The Hobby House. When Thomas’s father decided to leave Indiana to find more work ,Thomas declined and decided to stay. He dropped out of high school while he was in the tenth grade and worked full time at the Hobby House restaurant as a waiter, where he also lived.
He either wants to go to college for that at Penn State or Grove City. While he’s still in high school though, he plays on the football team and is number seventy-five. His least favorite thing about school is having to have gym class and having to participate in it so that you don’t get in trouble. In ten years, Dillon sees himself having a steady job in engineering and married with two kids. He likes being a teenager because since they are still considered kids, they get to have more fun because people are more lenient. However, the part he doesn’t like is having to figure out everything with less guidance than when he was
As the king of Thebes, Creon is a complete autocrat, a leader who identifies the power and dignity of the kingdom entirely with himself. But on the other side, he suffers from the limits he had made to himself. Angry and intent on his will, Creon appears to be a bad, ruthless leader. Impervious to the laws of the gods or humanity. Rather than the good of the people, he maintains the throne as his own rights, and rules Thebes by his own will. Creon’s own stubbornness makes him unyielding and vindictive, even to his own son, Haemon who speaks reasonably to him. He tries to keep as far away from the curse of the Oedipus. Full of pride and ambition at the start, by the play’s conclusion, Creon suffers from loneliness.
You may know Braedyn from seeing her support our football team or being a part of an OVAC worthy performance. As one of your Homecoming Princesses, she is excited to represent her class among with friends who were also nominated. Over the years, Braedyn has taken many classes at Linsly. However, the one that rises above them all is Mr. Felt’s Junior english class. On the other hand, as of now Pysch is her favorite class. Like many of us, Braedyn is a fan of chocolate chip pizza and Chipotle tacos. Even though the year is far from over, Braedyn says, “The thing I'm most looking forward to after high school is going to college and meeting new people.”
In what types of after-school activies is he likely to practicipate?Justin maybe into basketball it’s common for kids who live in provety and esy to keep them out of trouble. Clark maybe into lacross because he is middle class and his parents
Some people know what they want to do with their lives at an early age. Then there are others that their calling in not quite clear to them. David is one of the ones that had to travel several paths in order to find what he truly wanted what to do with his life. Through some trials and errors, David has built on his life’s experiences of entering into the workforce as a young adult, serving in the Navy, and marrying his soulmate to finally lead him the way to pursue what he wants to be in life.
All throughout school, students are ask what we want to be when we grow up. Many of us know or have a pretty good idea, but others have no clue what they want to pursue as a career in life, whether it be furthering their education at a university or attending a technical school. There are other students that plan to start work right out of high school. Either way we all have a plan, and the purpose of this paper is to inform you of mine. I personally struggle in making big decisions like deciding what to do with my life, but then I realized I have been asking myself the wrong questions. Instead of asking what I want to be when I grow up, I asked myself what do I want out of life? what are some of my goals that I wish to achieve? This led
Who am I? I’m just your run-of-the-mill college student trying to find what I want to do with my life in the shortest amount of time possible. Though, I cannot say that is the most logical thing to do, but in this day and age, what is? I grew up in this city, Harrisburg, living the typical life as the timid, unapproachable Hispanic boy in, what you could, not the best social or emotional environments. Nevertheless, I managed to maintain exceptional grades and an obedient model student, which teachers commended as “good” behavior. Maintaining the façade of a completely focused and driven student with his whole life planned ahead of him. As I continued to grow and mature, I maintained this routine, which served well throughout school and home life—finding the quickest solutions for the obstacles that stood in my way—however it was swiftly dismantled as I entered adult life and faced questions that have been put of my mind. What are you going to do with your life? Are you making the right decisions? Are you going to do something, or do you want to fall behind?
Dan has been through many years of other careers searching for his dream job. “I worked for 3M as a customer service and sales representative for approximately five years.” He ended up quitting this job because of the relocation to North Carolina and because of the tremendous amount of travel. “I enjoyed the beautiful mountains and light blue ocean, but I wanted to settle down and start a family in Minnesota, where I grew up.” The second career Dan got into was teaching, which required another couple years of college. He taught third grade for three years
Then transfer to University of Houston to obtain a bachelor degree in accounting. This is one of the goals that she wishes to accomplish since she was little. The reason why she picks accounting to be her life career is because she has a passionate for math and like to work computer. Besides that, she also has experiences from her internship with Shell Exploration and Production company during high school. She always wants to become an accountant, dress professional, and work in an office like any other business women. As time went by, Tram remembers to return the favor to her parents who has done a lot of work to her life. Within the next ten years, Tram hopes to make her parents wish come true by letting them travel around world and enjoy the rest of their life together. Not only that, Tram expects to be successful in her career path and have her own little
He was a well behaved kid in elementary through high school. He attended Loras College for a liberal arts degree but did not finish it. If he could go to college again he would take a “gap year” between high school and college. He still enjoys creative arts and photography but neither of them lead to his career.
Looking back on my sophomore and junior years of high school, I had a very difference idea of how my life was going to turn out. I worked three days a week on my school’s radio station, WBMT, and played guitar during my free time. I was going to major in business and minor in communications and hopefully pursue some career in music production and management. From middle school until late high school, that was the way I was going to affect people, through music. While I had worked as a camp counselor, and had experience working with children, it just wasn’t a path that I thought I could turn into a career. As I grew up and had new experiences, I began to reevaluate my plans for myself.