Why did I enroll in JROTC? I always seek places for improvement. I thought that JROTC would help me to find ways to improve on my weaknesses and help me to strengthen my strengths even more. JROTC main mission is to “motivate young people to become better citizens”, and I want to be a part of those young people. This program also builds leaders.
Deputy Murray is a large man with a very intimidating stature. Deputy Murray was born and raised in Charlotte, NC, and now works in Union county, which is an adjacent county to the Charlotte area. It has always been a fascination with himself, much like mine, to be an officer of the law. He doesn’t have a great back story for how he became a Deputy Sheriff other than he had a family friend, who was a Deputy Sheriff, sponsor him for his training and then he took him on board when he was completed. Deputy Murray started in the jail in Union county, which was a position he seemed very fond of.
Completing my homework without procrastinating and using my resources such as my teachers when I need help are methods I use to accomplish this short term goal. I am eager to attain my Bachelor's Degree (hopefully by 2015) and am planning to continue here at pcc for my associate degree. One of the driving motivations of my education is my children. I want them to see that it is possible to go beyond what one has, to grasp what could be. I want to finish not only my Bachelor's, but my Masters degree for myself, for them, and for the people I hope to work with I have always tried to set clear targets and reach them whatever happens.
It is important to remain completely professional at all times because you are performing a duty of care. If a staff member has any issues they should be discussed directly with a manager as soon as possible, so the best standard of work can be carried out. Outcome 2 Be able to reflect on own work activities 1. In my role as a carer it is important to reflect on activities in the work place because we can assess what activities certain service users enjoyed or didn’t enjoy, and that helps create more suitable activities for the service users in the future, experiencing different activities can teach me new skills like how to work with service users that have less mobility, or have difficulty understanding complicated tasks. Reflecting on
Being a part of drill team has helped me with control by helping others in learning routines or chants with taking charge when others do not. I learned that although I am young, I am in control of my own progress, and I am the one who can change situations for better or for worse. The biggest impact my drill team experience has given me, is determination to push myself to achieve. Without the heart or skill to do something there is no progression. This experience describes the dedication I have to go to college because it showed me I am capable of handling the challenges it may offer.
These goals are my most important because I tell myself that I will succeed in making these goal accomplishments for my near future. With a little motivation, hard work and a great support system, I will be able to scratch these goals off my to do list. My first goal that I set out for myself to accomplish was to gain my associates degree in Criminal Justice here at Central Penn College. With an associates degree, my window of opportunity will greatly open up for my better gain. I will be able to take on any field of criminal justice that I’m allow to with this degree.
1.3- Inductions provide you with the basic knowledge and skills you would need to start working in a new job role. Appraisals help you to keep your skills and knowledge up to date by highlighting areas that you need to develop and planning how to do this. 1.4- Priority should be given to essential skills and knowledge such as fire safety, manual handling and other skills that are mandatory and all employees should have. Then there are desirable skills that are not essential but you would like some of your staff to have such as resident centred exercise courses, I.T courses and team leader courses. 2.1- See S.W.O.T analysis.
After retiring from the military, I decided to pursue my education so I could open more doors for career opportunities. Being this is my first educational experience, it is my personal responsibility to adopt good study skills, maintain time management, and not procrastinate in doing my assignments. As a student, you must understand that without adopting these attributes, you will increase the risk of not succeeding in your class. In taking personal responsibility, a person needs to make mature decisions that will benefit their outcome Informal Outline: Taking Personal Responsibility Academically I. Introduction II.
Second, ”Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” as quoted by Nelson Mandela. That is a quote to change your life, and you are only as powerful as you strive to be. I chose to go to Ashworth College because of the amazing reviews for the accounting program. I found similar courses online and at universitys close to me, but they were not appealing to me. The degree program I found at Ashworth was perfect, and the affordable tuition was the pivotal choice for my final decision.
I put the anchor towards the center of the page because it also represents family and my family is very important to me in my life. Also on the mission statement I have MSOE. This is because I want to go to MSOE (Milwaukee School of Engineering) for either architectural drafting or aerospace engineering. It may be a very big goal but I’m willing to work toward it and accomplish my dreams. The next thing on my mission statement is all of the buildings that are on the bottom of the page behind the anchor.