NHS is an organization made up of students who regularly demonstrate the four pillars of NHS: Character, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service. Saydel’s chapter of NHS should model outstanding service and leadership within our school and community. Doing so will create a positive environment amongst our community members and students. Utilizing my strong leadership abilities, I believe I can help our chapter of NHS flourish. My strength in organization, self-determination, and ability to engage others will make me a great asset to our NHS
My academic achievements are the result of my hard work and assurance that my membership in NHS is another step that will enable for me to achieve success and cherish the chances of becoming a leader and thus a worthy role-model for other people. By having a GPA of 3.91 and 3.92 in the 9th and 10th grades, respectively, I have proven to my teachers and myself that I am able to make my dreams come true. One of these dreams is to have an honor to be a part of NHS society. In addition, while in high school I have been taking all honors courses and, as an elementary student, I have participated in many
Scholarship, leadership, character and service are all characteristics found in a National Honor Society member. I believe that I possess all of these characteristics and should be given the honor of receiving this NHS scholarship.
This assignment will discuss the core values that underpin social and health service delivery and will compare the current health service provision with health care services at the inception of the NHS. The NHS has seven core values that aim to ensure that quality care is delivered to everyone regardless of their gender, religion, race, age, wealth or sexual orientation. These values have been developed by the general public, patients and staff, with local authorities having to develop and adapt these to provide personalised care. These values not only underpin the social and health delivery service, but also influence the legislation regarding care. For example the Care Act 2014 looks at integrating care, involving the patient and carer
The NHS have 6 core nursing values, launched by England’s chief nursing officer, Jane Cummings, after the Mid-Staffordshire disaster. These 6C’s were put into place to reinforce holistic nursing (Delves-Yates, C. 2015), ensure that everybody within the National Health Service is doing everything possible to ensure the best possible service for the patients, and to ensure that patients were put at the heart of everything healthcare professionals do (Watterson, L. 2013). The 6 C’s include care, compassion, competence, commitment, courage and communication. All six of the 6C’S are all fundamental values when it comes to healthcare, however out of these six, the three that I have chosen to write about are communication, compassion and courage. I have chosen these three as I believe that they are the most imperative when it comes to delivering high-quality care for the patients or service users.
I believe that I am a strong candidate for acquiring a spot in NHS. I possess all of the criteria needed to make a good NHS member. I demonstrate scholarship through my work ethic and in making school a first priority. I try to make sure that any work that is presented to me
Throughout my life, I have been a sedulous and efficient worker. I have earned these qualities with my difficult courses in school and my involvement in FBLA. My difficult course load and involvement in FBLA has given me the qualities sought out by NHS: scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
I have always had an interest in improving the community around us, and would like to be involved in this role by helping out in the community. By joining NHS, I aspire to enhance some of my skills, such as ambition, collaboration, and leadership. I hope to increase my initiative to provide service in the community and to take chances out of my comfort zone. By helping out in the community more with service projects I hope to improve my collaborative, management and people skills. In addition, I hope to improve my leadership skills through public service projects. These projects will not only give me more experience with leadership, but they will also motivate me to help my community and my peers with their endeavors. I believe that joining the National Honor Society at River Hill will teach me essential skills for my future, and improve my community.
I would be a valuable member to the NHS because of my strive for greatness in everything and for my personality full of leadership qualities. I am a very hard worker and enjoy helping others. I wish to join the NHS to develop character, become a better leader, and encourage excellence in academics, extra-curricular activities, and in the community. When i put my mind to something, I do it. While being a useful member to the NHS at Thornapple Kellogg high school, I wish to be seen as a leader by my peers and community. I am very qualified in all criteria of being a successful student/leader with plenty of character and service experience.
The second reason, I would be a good and capable member of NHS is my character. I am an honest, hard-working individual who strives every day to become the best “me” I can be. I understand that hone, integrity
I would like to be a part of NHS because I do not just excel academically. I have a excellent balance between school, extracurricular activities, and my social life. I believe that by keeping this balance I exemplify service, leadership, and character.
I am excited to be considered as a candidate for National Honor Society (NHS). Through friends and family, I know the main characteristics a NHS member must hold include scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Through hard work, I have been able to hold a GPA over 3.8 in both 9th and 10th grade; this shows my strong dedication to scholarship. I am a dedicated person who enjoys giving back to the community; I have participated in many volunteer activities, and I would love the opportunity to continue my volunteer work as a NHS member. If I am given the privilege of NHS membership, I will continue to uphold my commitment to service and leadership.
You are now eligible to submit additional information for consideration by the chapters’ faculty council. In addition to the scholarship standard, membership in the NHS is also based on standards of leadership, service and character. To be selected as a member of
This organization’s function is to enhance its member’s personal character and academic performance. This club serves as a stepping stone to become a college ready student and advance in experience while giving back to my community. I feel my participation in NHS is vital to prepare myself for college, and strive to pursue my lifelong dream of having an occupation in health care.
One of the 4 Pillar of NHS is Scholarship. I define Scholarship as a commitment to learn from what you are doing regardless of the outcome and spend the necessary time needed . I can apply this to my own life; When I first started to work on my Patent for my invention, I had a lot of knowledge I had to gain in order to write and file a proper patent, this took a lot of hard work and time. After I was familiar with the patent process, I started to write drafts for my patent. After each draft was finished, I would send it out to my mentor. After looking at my patent he would always send it back saying things needed to be fixed. This process of rewriting, editing, and reviewing took over 5 months to do and I wrote a total of 15 drafts before I