“ For their training efforts, the Golden 1 took 1st place in 2007’s Credit Unions National Association’s Training Championship and was named to Training Magazines “Training Top 125” list three years in a row, from 2008-2010. COMPENSATION, RECOGNITION AND
Luis Cardenas Having deep family roots and many friends, Luis Cardenas comes from the largest city in the state baring his B.A. and a teaching credential. About nine years ago when he was a sophomore in high school Luis automatically knew teaching was his dream job after his wonderful experience teaching crafts to 10-year-old boys. Having the sensation of being a slave as a paralegal in a large law firm for half a year, and another half a year as a junior executive has only made him realize his desire to become a teacher. Luis’ student-teaching experience came as a realization to him not only in a positive way but in a negative way as well.
I first joined when I was in elementary school and continued throughout until graduating high school. As individuals we have the opportunity of achieving our gold and silver awards, one of the highest awards given. I was 14 when Katrina hit, and taking action became my priority. My troop made a goal to donate anything we could to help those who that were affected, but I wanted to do more. I made hundreds of flyers and went door to door throughout my neighborhood handing them out asking for any donations they were willing to share.
Knight was only 24 years old. Within six seasons at West Point, Knight won 102 games. Knight was noticed as a rising star. When Indiana University was seeking a new coach in 1971, they turned to Knight. Knight was given the nickname, “The General” by Dick Vitale because the he was highly educated in military history.
I trialled for Northern Tigers and in the first trial I was signed. I have scored 12 goals in 22 matches for my new club (including trial matches) and consider this my breakthrough season as I have shown the potential I never knew I had. My coach Jason Eager, who is also First Grade Coach of the club, has shown belief in my own personal ability and has moved me to the right/left wing in our 4-3-3 formation. Jason has said that he would bet on me beating any defender 1 v 1 and that I am one of the best wingers in the league. This feedback has informed me that I am progressing well as a footballer.
ACA 090 – Student Success Strategies On Course Syllabus Instructor: | | E-mail: | | Office/Phone#: | | Semester: | | Office Hours: | | Section: | | Welcome! My goal in this course is to offer you one of the most valuable learning experiences of your entire life. And I need your full cooperation to make it work! Course Purpose: This course is designed to help you create greater success in college and in life. In the coming weeks, you will learn many proven strategies for creating greater academic, professional, and personal success.
February 2, 2008 was our biggest most consequential game of the year, for our varsity school soccer team. The year could be described by some as a year of rebuilding and upset after upset. Yet to many of us it was a year of growing and building of friendship. The match that was lurking closer and closer was against Sunnyside High School who we had previously defeated in a nail-bitter style game. Nevertheless we knew not to underestimate them for they were currently ranked 2nd in this vast sate, that encompassed many commendable and worthy teams.
We earned the number one seed in the section and were on our way to our goal. We got to our first game in sections against a much worse Truman/Martin Luther team. Nerves got to use in the first half and we were only up by ten points on a mediocre team. After our coach got on us during halftime, we came out in the second half and dominated the game winning 73-48. We had a great week of practice looking forward to the second game of the section playoff.
In high school, I continued to excel, with a new goal in mind, obtaining entrance into The National Honors Society. This elite society is for the top scholars of the school. I was placed in the AICE Program (Advance International Certificate of Education) which challenges my academic power. I succeeded in the most rigorist courses with the National Honors Society on my mind. My hard work soon paid off because in the spring of my 11th grade year I was inducted into the National Honors Society Gold Key Chapter.
To be able to achieve a superior rating at these contests, one must practice every week. I have been able to achieve superior ratings in all but one of my performances. It is very rewarding to me, being goal oriented, to receive such high ratings. There may be challenges, but there are more rewards. Think back to when you were in high school - your first relationship, your best friends, all of the fun that you had.