These topics would be reform so Americans would live happily. How he would do this is by changing it if he becomes President. This would also mean he would be first Black to become a president with good reform to make it easier in everyday life for middle class status. First of all, Obama would change the health care. The reason for this is because people are too often offered two extremes and they are government run health care with higher taxes or letting the insurance companies operate
Final Draft The Benefits of Higher Education; College vs. Vocational School As high school graduation approaches millions of teenagers around the country are making the hard choice between college, or a trade school. In Katherine Porter’s essay, “The Value of a College Degree” she explains the importance of a college degree. A college degree will guarantee a successful future, improve our economy, and send young adults into the world with excellent critical thinking skills. Adults returning to college will have the benefit of increased self-esteem, the ability to change professions, and future opportunities for advancement in their current careers.
He makes a good preacher, yes, but a good president? I say yes to that, as well. His words, his expressions, and his spark is what will change this country for the better. America is in a fragile state, and Obama is not adding more somber fear to our lives. Throughout his campaign, he spoke of hope.
In the 1800s developers would build a town and pay people to relocate, in hopes of others to follow. Once the appearance of a town was formed they were free to move on to the next town to create the same illusion. The reasons for doing so were to double their money and keeps America booming. For centuries, America has been viewed as the “land of opportunity” - a place where people from other countries migrate to in hopes of a second chance at creating a better life for themselves and/or their family. You often hear foreigners quote that they want to come to America to live “the American Dream.” This “American Dream” refers to the opportunity to achieve upward economic mobility in America and obtain the “more” that many Americans (and foreigners) chase after.
HIV is a disease that is sweeping the nation due to multiple partners and unprotected sex. Due to peoples lack of effort of prevention, “about 1.2 million people are living with HIV or AIDS in the U.S.” (ECLA). This is becoming more common amongst the youth of today. While the HIV pandemic issue is getting better, due to the medications available, it is still a very serious issue going on right now all over the world. Teens and young adults believe it is ok to have unprotected sex with people the trust or been in a relationship with for a long period of time.
Today’s Bachelor Degree is the High School Diploma of 30 Years Ago Today’s Bachelor Degree is the High School Diploma of 30 Years Ago A college degree is not just a nice-to-have but it is has become a necessity. Employers are not looking at the resumes with the minimum high school diploma but are moving straight to the candidates with college degrees. Thirty years ago it was not unusual to graduate from high school, find a job, get married, buy house, start a family and live happily ever after. The job market has changed so much that high school graduates are just able to make minimum wage. Technology has changed the way we work and demands skilled employees.
Through goal setting, I have relieved myself from many sleepless nights. I no longer need to question myself if I can complete the homework before the due date because by staying motivated I have advanced my goal range and paved the way for a Nursing
Community College Many students struggle to choose between attending a community college and a university upon completion of a high school. Now a day’s a large number of high school graduates attend community college for a variety of reasons. In fact students search for the college which is best for their career goal and improves quality of life. Community colleges are the fastest growing institutions for high school graduates. Students choose to got community college because they benefit from the reduced tuition, they have the ability to transfer to a university, and they obtain a training provide for a future career.
On an increasing basis, four-year schools are highly receptive to graduates of community colleges. “Our college has a large transfer population, and about half of this group has attended a community college,” says Marlene Mohs, Associate Dean of Admission at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota. She adds that students who have succeeded at a community college tend to do well in the four-year college setting. “If students are focused on their career choice and know where they want [to earn] their bachelor’s degree, it can be a seamless process from two- to four-year,” says Jessica Kozera, Director of Graduate and Transfer Admissions at Stevenson University (formerly Villa Julie College), a four-year school in Owings Mills, Maryland. “Many four-year institutions have articulation agreements with their local community
I believe he can be the leader this nation needs right now. With the stress our candidates go through just during election time it’s a miracle they accomplish anything in office. I truly feel privileged in being able to select the leader for this nation. I know that Josh will live up to not only my expectations, but also to the expectations of The United States of America. It is time for radical change in this country.