I finally had self- confidence and the drive to make the most of my career as I neared completion of Banker’s College. Finally completing bankers college only started a drive for personal interest in a full fledged college degree and a chance at a new dream that I one day would like to complete, my own day care. I returned to an online college in a degree program for Early Childhood so I could prove to my family that I could graduate with honors and receive a diploma and I did with an Associate’s Degree the proudest moment of my life. I now have the chance to do many things with my college degree as well as returning to college and adding to it to
I for one agree with school boards requiring 100 hours of community service to graduate. If you don’t look at it as a have to do and instead as a want to do it will all work out and amend you as a person while gaining more opportunities for your future, all because you took time to volunteer in your community. To begin with, community service records would give students a better chance to get into a god college. Community service is said to look very good on a college application because it shows involvement and selflessness. Requiring such services would be perfect if you truly care about your students and their future education and careers.
The “big brother” of JROTC offers college scholarships to those who qualify. Membership in JROTC is a perfect start for this. As a member of JROTC one can expect to gain a great deal of self confidence that will become a building block for future accomplishments throughout their life. The programming is geared to build a team of students that work together to overcome difficult challenges and by doing so build their individual confidence as well as team confidence to face any challenge. Camaraderie is further enhanced throughout the program as students wear uniforms at least once a week to display their unit pride.
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.
My Academic Philosophy I feel that education is in place to help students to fully achieve their goals in life. Students of today are our tomorrow. High school is here to help us set our GPA so that we can apply to a great college. When I entered ninth grade, I thought I knew what I was capable of, but I was wrong. As time went on I realized that I needed so much more.
To be inducted into the National Honors Society, to me, would be my greatest accomplishment in Lenape High School. To know that my intense hard work paid off in the end would institute the self-confidence in myself in which I know that I can take the world by storm. Growing up in the shadows of two brilliant older siblings, shining both in academics as well as athleticism I’ve always had to fight to make my name prominent in my family. Essentially, I wished to shine the light on myself for a change. Now the question lies before me: “why should you be inducted into the National Honors Society?” The National Honors Society is an organization that only exceptional students and members of the community are inducted.
My personal plan for my academic future is to push myself to do better in school and achieve the goal that I set for myself of a 4.0 GPA. By doing this it will show future employers of my dedication to not only my studies but to my future dedication that I can bring to their company. As for as my personal plan for my career future, I know that my degree of choice is very versatile to many different types of companies. I am, also, open to expanding my knowledge in the business field because I think that I can be of use in any different areas of many different businesses. By completing my degree and achieving
LIFE EXPERIENCES As I have experienced many things in my life, I am now more prepared to go through my degree program because of my personal desire to be successful. I have the full support of my immediate family that matters most to me. Although I am just beginning on my journey to a degree with Ashford University, the staff has been very helpful and supportive in helping find the right program and get started on the right track. My previous school experience in the traditional setting, as well as, online has prepared me to continue my higher learning education
1) I am at Chadron State College to get a degree in Exercise Science. Growing up I made multiple visits to Chadron and have always thought CSC would be the perfect place to further my education. When time to choose a college actually came it turned out to be a tough decision, but since Chadron is so close to home and very affordable I decided that it would be the best fit. I also liked how most CSC graduates had lots of job opportunities right after graduation and am hoping for the same when it is my turn to graduate. 2) According to my time log my top three priorities are school, my family/friends and my health.
College Connect has done great things for my family and I; it motivated me to apply for scholarships, inspired me to do well in school and most importantly, to dream big. As a first generation student, my parents and I had no idea about SAT’s, college applications, scholarships, etc.I had no idea what the whole process was like. However, due to the support and help that College Connect offered me, I have successfully been accepted to a four year college. For me the most helpful thing about College Connect is the fact that students can go into their office whenever a question arises. Everyone at College Connect is always supportive towards whatever the student is concerned about.