I would like to show my family that education is very important, because it doesn't only affect you but everyone that is surrounded by you. I would like to set an example for my little sister, and younger cousins, that anything is possible, and that your education sets a path for your future that if you have a bright future you can have a beautiful life. I would also like God to be proud of me as well. Bishop Noll Institute offers a challenging academic environment, I clearly see it in the upperclassmen’s attitudes and the standards that they set for me as a freshman this year. The more I know the better opportunities will come my way in the future.
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.
My fears for the course are that I discover some things about myself that I may not like but I suppose it is all about self discovery as well. I hope that the course will help me to further myself in my life and also me personally. I hope to achieve a new more confident me, that doesn’t shy away from confrontation and is able to speak my mind in a clear and concise manner.
My plans are to not only use education as a tool to prepare myself for a profession, but also to help me become a self sufficient individual who is fully prepared for life. Continuing my education in counseling has been my ultimate goal. Now, I will be able to help others by providing the necessary orientation in aspects of life such as: marriage, substance abuse that can make a difference in society. My parents did not realize all the important values I had learned from them. I believe that those values lead me to pursue my goals.
I am a natural leader of people. When in doubt, I will not hesitate to get advice because failure is not an option to me. Some of the challenges that I will be faced with will be how to juggle a full time job, family and schooling. The reason for going back to school is not only to further my education for future work but also to be more proficient in assisting my children with their schoolwork. Technology has progressed to a point where I feel that I need do something to help me keep pace with the changing world.
Questions for why I want to be an RA/CA 1. I would like to be an RA/CA because it would help improve my public speaking and not be so apprehensive when I need to confront my peers. Over the past year I have changed. I am more open and willing to show myself to my peers. Being an RA/CA will help improve me being much more responsible with a job.
As time went on I realized that I needed so much more. I know now that teachers are here to teach us and what we learn is valuable throughout life. My GPA is important to my future and so is my ACT’s. With this said, I hope that I end up in a great college and a great
If or when you decide to choose me for this program I will not let you down. I want to be enrolled in AVID for a lot of reasons. First reason is that I will learn how to be more efficient in my school work. In the past I have had problems staying organized and focused on school and schoolwork, but my organization skills have gotten better as well as my focusing skills. Secondly,
Then, during my teenage life, the main drive was to enrol into a good degree programme and make my parents proud. In order to achieve this, I sacrificed my fun time and learned to be more organized because I felt I am the responsible to get good grades in my Foundation programme to get into good degree course. Meanwhile, my goal now is to achieve my ideal self and be who I want to be in the future. For example, I want to be a productive and responsible person in life but at times my laziness stops me from being one. Therefore, I am still working towards it by changing my behaviour little by little and this is more likely a self-actualization process.
Development is a lifelong of nurturing, shaping and improving an individual's skills, knowledge and interests to ensure my maximum effectiveness and adaptability, and to minimize the obsolescence of my skills and my chances of redundancy. So far, I have taken several assessments that have not only made me learn about myself, but also gave me a reflection on my life, and the steps I need to take in order for them to benefit me in the future. What have I learned about myself so far is probably one of the hardest and easiest questions I have to answer about myself. From taking the assessment “What is your Jungian Typology? I think really made me see the type of person I have been so far.