I would like to participate in the SEAP program because I am passionate about engineering. I am completely absorbed with learning everything and anything related to STEM studies. My love of engineering and science intensified during my high school years due to my favorite classes like AP Chemistry and Principles of Engineering. Chemistry is undoubtedly the most challenging class my school has to offer. Nevertheless, every topic peaks my interest. Everything from the kinetics of second order decomposition reactions to the electromotive force of the redox reactions in a voltaic cell. I soon discovered my interest to work in a lab setting from this class. I aspire to be part of this program to further my knowledge of the laboratory, including new procedures and …show more content…
I enjoyed my week there, learning about computer engineering and the jobs surrounding the profession. During the week we learned about raspberry pi's, genetic algorithms, A.I., circuitry, etc. The possibilities were endless, while it lasted. I also gained insight on the lives of the army engineers and scientists that taught the program. The SEAP program would provide me with a deeper understanding of the engineering world and the army jobs that could branch out from the SEAP program. My future plans include getting accepted into the A. James Clark School of Engineering honors program at the University of Maryland, College Park. In order to make this a reality, I studied daily in preparation for the SATs, taking the initiative by applying for different scholarships, taking challenging classes and involving myself in extracurriculars to shape myself into a well-rounded candidate. Being accepted into the SEAP program would be another valuable step forward in making that goal a reality. As an impressionable young man, I would desire nothing more than to work alongside the mentors of this program, learning all I can from
I am a dedicated, focused student looking to push the boundaries of Engineering Physics with creative out of the box thinking. I have the drive to be successful and positively represent UBC Engineering Physics. I have a passion for physics and math which is why I believe this program is so appealing and a perfect choice. Having already started, run and sold a successful landscaping company, I have experience in entrepreneurship and have determined being an entrepreneur is something I want to pursue in the future. I believe Engineering Physics would give me the opportunity and breadth of knowledge to make my entrepreneurial vision a reality and allow me to find solutions to the issues that will impact the future of humanity. Being on UBC Supermileage
I would like to thank Salish Kootenai College for giving me the wonderful opportunity of applying for STEM academy. If somebody had told me that I would be applying for college classes as a sophomore, I would not have believed them. My parents have always told me that when an opportunity comes, you should take it, and I do not plan on letting this experience go to waste. Education has been a big part of my life, and this academy can only help me move forward. That being said, here are a few reasons why I should be considered a candidate for the STEM academy. Joining the STEM academy will allow me to further my knowledge and help me to get closer to my goals, my academic career would flourish, and I would be closer to my ambition for my future. I am determined to become the best and most educated version of myself that I can possibly be.
It is a tremendous honor to be considered for membership in the most prestigious Honor Society available at Wapato High School. It is even more grand to be able to work towards enrollment in the Society side by side with such an astoundingly gifted group of young men and women. I am only being considered for potential membership in the National Honors Society because I have demonstrated an exemplary academic attitude, and have proven this through the grades I have attained during the years I have spent in the Wapato School District and the fondness amongst my teachers I have achieved. There are also other characteristics besides good scholarship I must fill for membership in the Society, those being services I have done to benefit others in the community, leadership positions I have held, and an original and interesting demonstration of
Admittance into the University of Georgia’s Honors Program would push me to continually test my potential in the pursuit of my Pre-Medical studies. I take pride in challenging myself to completely master a field of study that enhance my capabilities, and therefore, prepare myself to strive for my next goal in life. In order to grow into a better and improved self, one would need to test unfamiliar waters and reach new heights. The Honors Program ensures this growth by bringing in unaccustomed, rigorous, and beneficial material one cannot simply find in a traditional setting with their head in a textbook. Students are more able to grasp information through exploration and peer discussion which the Honors Program would provide. I believe that
By attending this program, I will acquire the skills and life experience needed to help me identity my true self. Additionally, through the many debates and public speaking I will experience, I will speak in a more confident way. Furthermore, the current high school I am attending does not challenge me to me upmost potential. In order to achieve greatness, I must rise to the challenges. NJ LEEP has many rigorous courses that will challenge my brain to think outside the box. As well as the other many reasons, this program will provide me with the assistance to get into the college of my dream, the University of Pennsylvania. This program is a once in a lifetime opportunity that I cannot give
Attending a service academy is the ultimate beginning to my future plans of serving my country. I am ready for the challenges that academy and military life has to offer. I desire to be challenged mentally, morally and physically. In addition, I strive to uphold the highest ideals of honor, determination and selfless service. I’m intimidated by the fear of being average; in other words I’m never content with myself because there is always room to grow. I’m a motivated individual who is constantly on the pursuit to better myself both mentally and physically. My thirst for knowledge has led me to a service academy. The certain prestige that comes with attending a service academy is a small achievement compared to the sacrifice that it takes to get there.
I walked into high school determined to become a teacher. I came out with a better understanding of myself and a new job in mind. When I crossed the thresh hold of Gibbs High School, I knew it was the time to find myself. I chose new classes that I knew nothing about including JROTC. I chose JROTC specifically because the rope bridges looked exciting and adventurous. When I finally got to try the rope bridge on for size, it wasn’t tied properly and fell while I was on it. This typically would scare someone away from the program, but it made me more determined. I was eager to learn and to grow from each experience I ran into in JROTC. Because of my dedication and willingness to learn, I rose through the ranks. I started my journey through the Chain of Command by becoming Public Affairs Officer. Once my
Different forms of elections are employed to elect the judges in thirty-nine states in the U.S. The elections are either partisan i.e. with candidates endorsed by a political party, non-partisan i.e. with candidates not endorsed by any party, or retention i.e. with appointed judges running in election just to retain their seats in the bench. Given that almost all matters of socio-economic controversies ranging from gay marriage to abortion are settled inside the walls of a court by judges, the process of selection of judges itself has become controversial over the years. First started as a method to stop executive control over judicial authority, judicial elections are the most common method of selection of judges.
My deep interest in substance use disorders dates back to my undergraduate years, where I developed fundamental knowledge in neurobiology and psychology courses and gained real-life work experience at a psychiatric clinic. Particularly, I was fascinated by the overlaps between neuroscience and psychology, such as the interrelationship between dysfunctions in the brain circuitry and addiction. In addition to the biological mechanism of addiction, I was curious how substance abuse could affect oral health both directly and indirectly (e.g., due to lifestyle and poor oral hygiene). Moreover, I have been wondering about fears and cognitive distortions toward dentistry, which might make patients avoid regular dental checkups. Thus, the SARET modules taken as part of an ethics course at New York College of Dentistry (“Exploring Substance Abuse Research” and “Personal Impact Substance Abuse”) fuelled my long-time interest in the neuroscience of addiction and strengthened my resolve to involve in current research in substance abuse.
What encourages WSO2 to provide training? Industrial training and development programs are an essential part of private sector human resource development of WSO2. Newly recruited employees want to learn to perform their jobs, and current employees may need to improve their performance on future works. For a firm, good training can be expensive, difficult to organize and time consuming. Yet its benefits easily outweigh its disadvantages.
...t I’m learning now by being in PLP is helping me prepare for these goals and life dreams. This is being achieved through the other students I not only live with, but also have class with, the volunteering opportunities, the classes, and the connections. One of my favorite quotes to live by is from William Arthur Ward and that is, “If you can dream it, you can achieve it,” and I feel like I am working towards just that at this point in my life.
I develop and deliver technical solutions to collection of applications used by retail giants across the globe. My responsibilities have given me scenarios to put on my problem solving and interpersonal skills in real life situations. Frequent interactions with client aroused in me, an urge to get into a management consultant role. But, with time I realized that I have to upgrade my skill-sets and make myself more relevant and attractive to the job market. I also realized that I have to diversify my aspects of management such as leadership, entrepreneurship and finance etc. and Broad MBA will equip me with these skills and will increase chances of succeeding in my goals, manifold. After accomplishing virtuous knowledge of IT industry, I believe that Broad MBA program will help me learn more about business problems drawn from real-life scenarios and prepares me to take the next step toward career success. I believe Broad is more than just a place to learn. Through Broad MBA, I will not only shorten my learning cycle but also get a chance to learn from world class faculty, established curriculum and diverse peer groups. This innovative pedagogy will help me put the big foot forward towards my goals, build a professional and personal network and edify me as where to look for information and how to interpret it, when required. The Broad is well respected for the quality of its program, which has been recognized for its cutting edge design and delivery, with rankings that indicate its place among the top tier programs around the world. It will help me create a unique learning experience and it will be my passport to new world of opportunities. While global economic vagueness make me, insecure but I believe that now these challenges wil...
If I am to accomplish my dream of attending college, I can’t rest until I get to where I need to be. When I heard about this amazing opportunity, I was thrilled. I am particularly attracted to this summer program because of the institution’s excellent reputation, vast academic program, and the chance to train myself for college. It excites me to think I could experience college life at one of my favorite colleges. I have been on a tour of the campus and I absolutely loved it there!
My internship experience this semester was interesting. I interned at ESH/MESH with Bridgeway. My Supervisor was Emilie Banz. I didn’t do much but I did learn a lot from this experience. I met a lot of great people and watch PsyR in action. I met a couple of individuals who were really cool. My experience this semester has prepared me for the next.