I believe the graduate program at George Mason University is the best fit for me since it will help me continue the journey toward my ultimate career goal, a journey that began early in my life. Since the first time I laid eyes on financial charts as a young girl, I have been fascinated by finance related topics. This curiosity led me to focus my studies at the University of Virginia on commerce with an emphasis on finance and information technology. During that time, to gain practical experience and insights, I held several internships that covered every part of the business, from finance and accounting to data management. Upon graduation I accepted a full-time position at SAIC, where I spent the first three years in FP&A managing the finances for two independent operations with combined annual revenue of nearly $160M, over 100
As she progresses from a child to a young adult entering college, she realizes that the world isn’t all about looks. To her surprise, “everyone was extraordinarily nice and even interested.” (192) For the most part, Grealy fails at bridging the chasm, but she is successful in handling her emotions. Although her family is left to live their own lives, she moves on and finds friends who accept her for what’s on the inside. After many years of treatment, numerous surgeries and mental rehabilitation, Grealy finds just what she’s looking for. Although Grealy doesn’t reach that higher level of truth, and is in my opinion unsuccessful at bringing herself to her family and peers, she finds friends who don’t care how about she looks, the supreme conclusion.
The author explains the advantages computer use brought to a young accountant at that time. He describes the different parts of her job that were affected by the introduction of computers and how they made a difference in her work overall. I believe this may or may not be a valid source for my project. This is because although the author, Jimmy Myers, is a highly valued reporter for the St. Joseph News-Press in Missouri, he does not specialize in computers. He mostly covers events in local colleges like sports and lifestyles.
I decided to return to school because I wanted a better job and to become updated with technology because I had lost touch with modern technology. I had attended a business college directly finishing high school in the 1993-1994 school year. I did graduate with a diploma in Business Administrations and Accounting Applications in 1994. I am returning back to school to pursue a career in Business Management. I really enjoy Accounting, its hard but I really want to become an Accountant.
She states that she doesn’t necessarily like working but she likes the fact that she works and can support herself and her children if needed. Weaknesses: T. Smith’s states that her insecure about her appearance, and that she is too kindhearted to people that do not deserve it. Connection: I picked T. Smith for several reasons. First, I have known her for four years and has become quite close to her. Second, she is, on the outside, everything I wanted to be.
Her parents instilled strong values, humbleness, and the ability to listen to people and value what they are saying. These human skills attributes layer the foundation and is reflected in the ethical values Barnes has sustained throughout her career. Brenda Barnes received “her undergraduate degree in business and economics from Rockford, Illinois’ Augustana College in 1975… also entered Loyola University, from which she graduated with her M.B.A in 1978” (notablebiographies.com). In 1976, she landed a job as a business manager for Wilson Sporting Goods formerly a division of Pepsi. With determination she strived to succeed in a male dominated company and achieved her goal of becoming head of sales.
A recruiter told me about a position at [Company 3] where the Bank was looking for someone with a securities background, but without a background in finance or accounting, to analyze problems and offer solutions from a fresh perspective. I chose [Company 3] because of its reputation, its large size and the diversity of its businesses. At the Bank, I learned basic accounting and finance skills and I am currently a team leader for an internal quality program. My daily duties include pricing perspective clients, reconciling general ledgers and reviewing our account receivables. I am ready to pursue my MBA for several reasons.
But now in the 21st century, more and more women are coming out on the working marked. Hanna means that it today is more acceptable to be a successful business woman that in the past; furthermore they haven’t had this opportunity in earlier centuries. On p.7 Hanna Rosin writes: : “… for nearly as long as civilization has existed, patriarchy – enforced through the right of the first born son- has been the organizing principle, with few expectations…. “ The Language in this article is straightforward. It’s is easy to understand and it very analyzing on the topic.
Leader Vs Manager HCS 475 Joann Dade August 24, 2015 Manager Vs Leader A successful leader is someone that creates future leaders and is able to obtain loyal followers. Any leader that is able to obtain these, can and will succeed in leading his/her team to success. During my early college years, I happen to have met the best manager and leader that one can have the pleasure of working for. This manager’s name was Kristin. She was my department manager in the retail store that I worked in for a year, while still going to school.
As I learned through my jobs in college, sales were not for me and I enjoyed dealing with people. My job with the Social Security Administration allows me to do all three. As long as I have a genuine concern for each person I speak to and follow the policies SSA sets, both my employer and I are happy with my work. At times people may have problems beyond what I can help them with through my job or even beyond them, which I like to encourage them to think positive or look through for options. My job can negative at times, but encouraging others and trying to give them hope is what motivates