This of course seemed like a great opportunity to me because I feel that as someone who desires to teach others I also should desire to take a backset and learn things. I’ve used to term “life-long learner” to describe myself at numerous occasions, and I felt that going to grad school just gave me a better chance to prove that descriptor to be true. I’ve already gone to great lengths in my undergraduate career to get as much experience in this field as is possible. I’ve thrown myself into every school publication that is associated with the English department, I became President of the school’s literary society, and I also became a tutor and a TA. For me, going to graduate school is another step in this continuous cycle of reaffirming my passion and actualizing
College is the main goal of my life. It is a life dream to go to college to get a degree and get a successful job. Everything that I have done until this point is to get to college. During my senior year I plan to apply to many colleges and to take the SAT's to get into college. My GPA and SAT scores will be crucial for me to get into college.
It took me a six year break from college to understand that not only did I need an education to advance further in life but I also craved the learning experience. When I started to attend college I did fantastically. I rather enjoyed my academic classes and applied my new found knowledge into my daily life. The most effective course I had taken was Freshman composition. It had unearthed my creative writing prowess and it continues to help me in my school tasks.
Also, Freshman Seminar has escalated my confidence level toward college. The Freshman Seminar 101 Experience has implemented a very precious memory that will stay with me throughout my college experience. With the skills I’ve obtained in Freshman Seminar, I feel that I can use the knowledge from that class to assist in other classes in order to become a successful student at Bowie State University. In addition, with the current skills I have, I know that I will need to refine myself in order to be successful, but I am prepared to employ my skills that I need to pass my other classes and to ensure that I will achieve my goals in college by establishing positive relationships through the students at BSU in order to test myself on the challenges that I will encounter in the future. Because of Freshman Seminar, I have made precious bonds with my instructors and the friends I have recently made.
A main goal for me is to make new friends while in high school and all the way through my life. There are many colleges in the world and you can go to any of them if you push yourself and work hard. East Carolina and Chapel Hill are a few colleges that stand out to me. This... ... middle of paper ... ...ore different cultures. I want to party and be a young adult and have some fun before I have a career and a family.
Out of the hundreds of applications you receive, why am I the best fit student for Montclair State University? The answer is simple; my dedication to success and love for learning are the core qualities of a successful students at Montclair State University. My experience in leadership positions, interaction with various cultures and people, along with my dedication to my academics will allow me to grow as a student and person at Montclair State University. This university will fully equip me for the career and life challenges I will face in the world, and provide me with the necessary skills to overcome them. Today’s leaders are not only strong academically but strive to achieve success in every aspect of their lives.
With a more widespread core education, I will be able to use what I learn more often in the process of starting my own company where I may have to do the work of multiple jobs on my own. UChicago also hosts an extensive internship program and study abroad program to assist me in my more immediate goals. Because of the unique approach to learning supported by UChicago along with the positive mentality of the community as well as ample opportunities to step out of my comfort zone, I feel as if UChicago is the school for me. The perfect place for my transition from a high schooler with big dreams to an adult who can finally act on their aspirations. I would be honored to attend such a prestigious college and take part in such an
What I have learned as a student in college, has added many more "miles" to my learning odometer. Mile One O.K., so let's get back to the beginning. As I mentioned before, my education began the minute I was born and peered curiously into the world around me. Each of the elements of the environment in which I lived contributed to my growth and interest in new things. The most important part of this environment was my parents who encouraged me, through example, to value my experiences and to constantly learn from them.
I was the first in my family to attend college and I believe through helping others, they too can become “firsts.” I have accomplished a lot in a short period; however, my journey is not complete until I continue my education. Essentially, this degree will help foster my growth and career success. My passion and dedication will speak for itself. My hard work and determination will prevail and I am a fit more than the next applicant because I have the passion, experience, critical thinking and analytical skills needed to complete this program through successfully arguing my capstone in front of a board or committee. My goals are definitely aligned with this program and I hope my next read is an acceptance letter from the admissions council.
I was advised to major in Professional Studies. I really felt that pursuing a degree in Professional Studies was the right fit for me because I then would have the opportunity to gain two minors and then after working for a year in my field of study, go back to school to pursue a teaching degree. After seeing the list of minors available, I decided to minor in Autism Education and Professional Education. The reason that I decided to on a degree in Professional Studies was for the reason that I knew that I would have a wide range of learning opportunities to enhance my knowledge not only in the teaching field, but also in other areas of study. I was and I still am very excited about the two minors I pursued because having these two specific minors sets me apart to future employers and future schools that I will attend in order to pursue my degree in Early Childhood Education and have a positive influence