In all fifty states of America, it is probably hard for some students to pick which college to go to. Some would go Midwest, down south or all way to the west coast, but I believe that my state university will give me the best education. Only forty-five minutes away from home, Rutgers can offer me the greatest learning facilities, several of challenging classes and be part of a diverse community where I can achieve my personal enrichment and career goals.
Throughout my high school career, I have been involved in different professional societies such as the National Society of High School Scholars, Mu Alpha Theta (Math honors society), and Business Professionals of America. My involvement in these societies has made me knowledgeable in the logistics of how to run the society, and have taught me valuable skills such as leadership and collaboration. For logistics, I can help organize events such as fundraising activities or philanthropic events as I am currently on the social committee for Business Professionals of America, which is in charge of organizing social events for my chapter. As an elected member for the social committee, my chapter has shown faith in me for my leadership skills and collaboration skills. Overall, I feel like I can contribute a lot of my skills and knowledge to UIC honors college.
The way I see it, business is what ties our world together. From the advertisement of the products on the shelves of supermarkets to the management of the employees who sell them, business is ingrained in every interaction we have. Without business, the world as we know it simply would not exist. I aspire to be an eloquent, well-rounded individual who effectively contributes to society and makes the world a better place, and I believe that pursuing a degree in business is the best way for me to go about achieving that goal. As I look back upon my time in high school, working part-time as a cashier at Scheels All Sports and being the president of my high school’s National Honor Society prepared me to be a dedicated, tenacious, well-spoken student in the Wisconsin BBA Program and future business professional.
Personal Statement for Saybrook University Before I answer the questions posed, I believe an explanation is owed regarding this request for admission into Saybrook. I originally applied to The Chicago School of Professional Psychology seeking a degree in business psychology. Since the program was not ready to start for another year, it was suggested that I take courses in the international psychology program. I thoroughly enjoyed this new experience with an opportunity to “think global”. I optioned to remain in this program with a concentration in organizations and systems. As I sojourned through, I was always aware that there was still something missing. Although I loved being part of the IP program, my roots are deeply entrenched in the world of organizational development (OD).
I plan to use the knowledge I will gain through this University to take my dream one step at a time. To assist in achieving my goal of owning my own business, I have also decided to minor in Business. A business minor will be a great asset for the intention of working with clients and creating a successful business. After I acquire my undergraduate degree in Exercise Science Applied, I plan to attend MSU's Exercise Physiology and Nutrition graduate program. This program will allow me to focus on understanding the determinants of physical activity, exercise metabolism and nutrition, and provide me with all the tools necessary to make my dream of owning my own fitness and wellness facility a
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In my highschool career I spent most of my time at the pool as a swim instructor and lifeguard and surprisingly this was what showed me that caring for children was my passion. By working with these kids and learning how to care for them it only gave me more confidence in my decision to become a pediatrician.This and my personal experience with children really opened my eyes to how what I truly wanted to do going into college was right in front of me. I plan to major in Biology and have a minor in Psychology.UNC Wilmington has an excellent Biology program that I would love to take a part of. Going this to university would be a fantastic opportunity because it is known for its diversity, affordability, and highly ranked programs. When I found UNCW I thought It would be a perfect fit for me.
I am a dedicated, caring individual committed to improving the world around me. My dedication to achieving goals, be it academic or in extracurricular activities, has shown time and time again that I will not give up until I meet the goal, even in the face of adversity. I believe that commitment to goals is a valuable quality I could use to contribute to the community. I plan to join clubs that UCF offer students to work with and contribute to the UCF community. I believe working with my fellow peers to be an important and enriching aspect of college life. I am always willing to help someone in need or point them in the
Going to a university can encompass a variety of factors and meanings for each of the individuals that it applies to. Here, at ASU, there is an abundant amount of these backgrounds always coming forth and attending this university that helps fuel to the variety of why people attend such a higher level learning institution. As to how I contribute to this diverse pool is of the reason of my family and pressures placed onto me by them. I come from a fairly large family that consists of eight people, including myself. I am the oldest of five siblings and the first who has ever been able to graduate high school. With this in mind, it is obvious that I must be the role model for the younger bunch along with striving for better after my high school graduation. All my siblings are expected to follow in my footsteps which can at times be stressful because I want them to walk onto a even better path than I ever did in my school career path. With being the first in my family to ever graduate, my parents want me to be a good representation to combat the negative comments usually associated with people of Mexican descent and how they often do not get far in life.
The very moment I decide to apply for a master program in biomedical sciences, I have concluded that pursuing a career in biomedical science is my life’s main goal.
I am interested in pursuing a degree in business because there are a variety of job opportunities within the field. My parents also owned their own business, which was the main reason I wanted to pursue a business degree. I was inspired by their work ethics, and how they overcame their struggles and obtained success within their business and recognition in society. Originally, my major was in management. However, I have recently become more interested in an ISOM major after attending an Ask the Professionals event. This is because ISOM combines both business skills and IT skills to give you a unique skill set that is highly sought after in the current job market. My ideal job upon graduation would be working in a company like Freddie Mac where I can utilize my knowledge and work within a team setting.
York University is home to students and professors from all over the globe. To obtain a degree here would be a significant accomplishment because of the knowledge and experience I would achieve. The Human Resource Management program allows students to enhance their education while gaining knowledge of the world.
I plan to be involved in various student activities such as community services, notably the Languages and cultures, to which I can bring some of the abilities that I have acquired after 14 years of learning French, 5 of studying English, and having Arabic be my mother thong. Also I intend to take part in debate groups, considering my experience attending several model united nations, and initiating one in my own high school. In fact, I am glad to inform you that I have been involved in community languages center’s community service program for over 2 years. I will also do the best I can to maintain my high school GPA of 3.83 further in college. I am looking forward to bringing my own views on the table, and eager to hear those at Newbury College . I want the next four years of my education to be academically and intellectually challenging and I sincerely believe that Newbury College will provide me with exactly
I possess a number of qualities that I think will allow me to contribute to the UCF community. I am a very hard worker; I don’t procrastinate. Instead of going on my phone or hanging out with friends when I get home from school, I do my homework. I can use this quality to contribute to the UCF community by getting all of my work done and giving 110% effort in everything that I do.
As a dedicated, hardworking, and energetic individual there are several qualities I could bring to the table at Baylor University. To name a few, I could be a great addition to the community service and involvement not only on campus, but in the Waco metropolitan area, because I’m passionate about giving back. My experience in community service throughout my life includes a local service club, Changemakers, my school’s Leo club where I volunteered to make props for my town’s Christmas festival, at concessions in several elementary school fairs, and running our school’s recycling program, shows that I work hard to serve my community. Another quality I could bring to Baylor is my energy. I enthusiastically and passionately commit to everything