Even doe you have your life well planned you never know how is going to end up. That is why, never mind which way I decide to go for life that I will always desire to have all the people around me and me happy. Each year at university I reconsider how I will like my life to be. Each year I am more conscious of putting effort on my courses, having good grades and doing internships where I can take the most of it. All the previous aspects mentioned are the ones that the majority of parents would expect from their children to do at University.
College is going to help me more in life than I realize. It’s going to make me into the person that I’ve always wanted to be, and the degree that I get will get me the job that I’ve wanted since I was fourteen years old. I have faced some obstacles getting here, but I know it will all be worth it once I get my degree. When thinking about what obstacles I had getting to this point at WSU I can only think of a few. One of them was high school.
Personally this reality is accurate. I realized that college being so unbelievably close as it was would be the next step in my life after high school. This caused me to strive to get ahead of everyone else in the college game. I decided to take dual credit classes to earn college hours as well as save my family some money. Since money is a big part of this world, the chance to save some is always welcome.
When I found out I qualified to be a candidate for the NJHS, I knew I had to take this chance. This group is made up of people who depict leadership, character, citizenship, academic success, and service and I would love to join. These characteristics wouldn't just be valuable for a candidate to have, but for everyone to have to exceed in life. If I were to be in the National Junior Honor Society, it would give me an opportunity to ameliorate my future and motivate me to do better. My education means a lot to me and I take it seriously.
What are your academic, social and extracurricular goals for high school? My academic goals in high school are to thrive and achieve greatness. Although I am not 100% sure about my career path just yet, I hope to have a better idea by the time I graduate. I want to discover my strong and weak subjects so I can work on my weaknesses and improve my strengths. I want to do as well in high school as I did in middle school.
There are multiple reasons why a person would go to college, but obtaining a degree is a common goal for most. A degree, students believe, would secure their futures and push them more towards their desired career, but does this imply that they value the degree over the learning process they go through to obtain it? According to Cathy Small in her essay, “My Year as a Freshman: Connections to the Path Ahead,” students are eager to learn in college, but continue to credit their experiences outside school in teaching what is most important. Although their experiences in the “real world” teach these students life skills that can be beneficial to them in the future, they can learn lessons just as valuable in the classroom. The pressure to succeed
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.
The purpose of university is to learn and improve. If I do decide to major in education, regardless of the field, I will attempt to bring the fascination to learning to new things to others. No matter how long it takes, the amount of money it takes, I hope to complete my family’s dream of having a stable career. With this scholarship, if I can receive it, it will bring me one step closer. I may be able to fufill my educational goal and finally entering university and graduating and achieve my career aspirations in the whatever field I chose.
Did you, will you, or are you going to college? Everyone always says that it is a good idea, but will it really make a difference in your life? Does postsecondary education actually change the amount of money you will earn? According to many studies and surveys in recent years, education after high school has clearly become a necessity. Going to school after getting a high school diploma is important because it is a requirement for many jobs, it increases the likelihood of a better salary, and it will benefit individuals by helping them discover their interests and meet their goals.
In conclusion, I would like to say what an honor it would be, to be awarded the scholarship from The Smith Companies. The scholarship in question, would certainly help me in accomplishing my education, which will in turn put me in the right path towards success. I desire to succeed in life, and my education is the first step. After putting in the hard work it takes at the university level, the hard work of real business begins. I will challenge both endeavors the way two rams do, when they go head to head to show dominance.