At my young age of 25, this was almost unheard of, but I guess that’s one of the benefits of working for a smaller marketing firm. The idea of it was daunting though, as accepting the position would be committing myself to the company for the long term. While I loved Vision Marketing Inc., I found myself thinking about all of my other interests, things I hadn’t been able to experience because of going to school and getting a job right after graduation. I had so many plans going into college. Traveling to as many countries as possible, visiting all of the National Parks in the United States, maybe working for a smaller company or a nonprofit.
In my lifetime, I met many wonderful people t... ... middle of paper ... ...e. Time management lowers the work load and does wonders when you realize how much time you actually spend doing the most unimportant things you soon start to quest yourself. Tim managing is a flaw that I will overcome. Time manage will help me progress in the near future. In life there will be barriers n course help me develop my 32-day plan and also a 24-hour schedule which I am still working on it 32-day plan helped me immensely and I am thankful I learned these skills in my college success class, for example, every day I write my time from start to finish and I figure that most of my time is spent doing nothing that 3 hours I take to sleep would of been used to do my homework. All of these skills are tied meaning you can’t have one instead of the other.
1. Describe up to three examples of how the advisor contributed to the development of chapter members. Amanda Lilgreen has been a cornerstone advisor to the Alpha Kappa Alpha chapter at Normandale Community College for two years. She has been an inspiration and a leader to our members. She helped us reach our chapter goals by her development of leadership, her comprehension and promotion of Competitive Edge, and her open door policy to members.
Currently I work as a Lead at Gonzaga University, I began working there more than a year but through leadership development and hard work I was quickly promoted to Supervisor position. 2- Report any significant school/community activities, involvement and awards. Be sure to highlight leadership roles, organizational memberships (including professional memberships) and involvement, and community service activities I believe volunteerism is very important to one’s community. I have had the opportunity to volunteer with Spokane Neighborhood Action Pr... ... middle of paper ... ...ry without family has encouraged me to be independent and work hard to fulfill my dreams. Each time I call home to speak with my parents or learn of a milestone that my younger sister has accomplished such as her recent graduation from high school I am reminded of what I missed and sacrificed to complete my education.
The advantages I was given served both to help me start ahead of others and stay ahead in life, and to cripple me once I had traveled through those first two decade’s worth of rites of passage. I have long known that having so many opportunities had simply paralyzed my ability to pick one of them. While I know that my grade school friends were raised in the same environment as I, I have always wondered why they dove quickly and headfirst into their careers while I spent a decade trying to make up my mind. This introductory psychology course is the final prerequisite course I take before I begin medical school in less than one month. While I would have liked to have made this career decision ten years ago, I am glad to have experienced and learned all that I have in my life, for those experiences serve to solidify my resolve in having chosen my future career.
Statement of Objectives It had always been a dream of mine to finish my college degree, but I had pretty much given up on the idea of ever achieving this goal as my husband’s career necessitated the need for frequent moves. While relocating 22 times in 32 years of marriage, I supported my husband and children in their higher education endeavors. When approaching my late forties with my kids grown and my husband’s job requiring extensive travel, I was in the depths of feeling the empty nest quite painfully. I decided that it was now my time to make my dream a reality. I have always heard the difference between a dream and a goal is that a goal has a plan.
I feel that even though they all had different trials and tribulations on how to they got their business started I feel that for me. First hand that I benefited from each speaker that there insight and experience which could be valued at 136 years of experience I got to learn it in two days. That it not what you know but who know such Dr.G putting me in contact with Mrs.Betty who so happens to work in senior home business. This seminar was remarkable it well help me in the long run when It comes to chasing my dreams.
As years passed, I understood the secret of my grandmother sentences. During high school I was one of the outstanding students with the first rank at mathematical major. I chose industrial engineering for my bachelor’s degree at one of the ten top rank universities in my country with full financial support because of my rank at entrance exam. Passing courses inspired me to transfer my information to automotive industrial scope in order to develop my knowledge how theory has been applied to this specific industrial setting. I worked as an intern at several automotive firms and interacted with experts who had invaluable experiences which would be never taught at university where my classmate preferred to pass their courses without perceiving the importance of the relationship between science and industry.
The transition from Rawls College of Business to University Studies has humbled me tremendously. I can honestly say that when I began at Texas Tech University I was completely narrow minded to the options and routes of which I could take to achieve my ultimate goal of having a well-paying, stable career. However, as I continued my collegiate career in the face of adversity I have found it helpful to keep my ideas and thoughts focused on the goals that I set for myself upon my first year in attendance at Texas Tech. The key to reaching my goal of obtaining a business degree is to remain resilient. The road maybe a little longer than I had originally had plan for but I have to “weather the storm” if I want to have any chance at achieving my goal.
I currently live month to month off military pension and veteran’s scholarship for school. Once, I complete the semester here at CSULB finances will be extremely tight until I find a job. A positive about my time here at CSULB is that I was able to drastically improve my once very poor credit, and will be leaving with no debt. Professionally, I have had the past two years here at CSULB becoming educated in the field of health science, volunteered in many outreach events in the community, and had a chance to put my knowledge to use in a work environment through internship experience. I absolutely loved my internship, and am greatly looking forward to a job in a helping profession.