Why an NYIT Fine Arts Education
NYIT Fine Arts is a hallmark in the industry in terms of quality programs and faculty excellence. I would like to be able to draw from the knowledge that the NYIT Fine Arts' faculty artists can impart, especially since the faculty complement is recognized as the best in the industry. The same can be said for NYIT's technical facilities, which serve as benchmarks for other institutions. I know that what I have is limited and an NYIT education will definitely fill the gaps in my talents and capabilities.
NYIT's goal is directly supportive of my purpose in life. I believe NYIT Fine Arts can, and definitely will, not only "make me as good as I can be" but also "turn me into the best that I can be." I believe that NYIT Fine Arts' creative and competitive environment will make me achieve this end result. This type of academic environment will allow me to further develop my potential and, in the process, drive me to create works I could call my own. This has a very deep impact on what I would want to accomplish: create something I could call my own and be proud of and, at the same time, serve as fuel for my entrepreneurial goal.
This NYIT environment, which nurtures creativity while utilizing emerging technologies, is ideal for me because I am constantly in pursuit of learning new things. How NYIT integrates theory, technology, and practice, I believe, is the approach that I need to complement the technical background I've already acquired in my undergraduate studies.
I've always felt that I could accomplish more if I were given the right chance and if the right opportunity presented itself. My application for inclusion in the Master of Fine Arts program is the opportunity I was waiting for. I know that I am taking a very big chance. I am very sure that today is the right day. I believe that I could do so much more.… [Read More]
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Supporting Statement for Post Graduate Admission
Music is my first and strongest love. I spend most of my time listening to music, composing music, learning as much as I can about music, and devoting as much of my life to the pursuit and study of music as possible. Therefore, studying in a course of Music Technology at the post graduate level is the logical course of action for me on my path to achieve my professional, academic, and personal goals. I am a creative and disciplined person with passion, skills, and potential. I am ready to hone the skills I have been cultivating up until this point in my life and dedicate myself to the academic and personal challenges that a post graduate course presents. I have developed a strong skill set, but I am aware that in order to accomplish the goals I have for myself, it requires further study and diversification of my repertoire.
There are a variety of goals I have that pertain to the study and composition of music. I am most interested in composing soundtracks and foley for the film industry. I have already discovered my talent and aptitude for composing compelling soundtrack to film and video that has already been produced. I function well working independently and work well in groups. My socialization and networking skills are adequate, but that is an area in which I believe all people no matter their industry could use improvement, myself included. I enjoy meeting other artists in the field, and I know my interest in film will bring me in contact with film professionals; thus, another aspect of this course that appeals to me is to strengthen my communication and networking skills. An area in which I must improve is the ability to compose soundtrack…… [Read More]
Admission Letter to Wright State University
Thank you in advance for your consideration of my essay for admission. I am grateful for this opportunity and I look forward to becoming a worthy participant in your Master of Science in Nursing program.
Presently I am proud of the fact that in May, 2012, I obtained my Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Ohio State University. Moreover, I am full of pride and sincerely humbled by my new assignment to teach as an adjunct clinical instructor at Rhodes College in Memphis, beginning in January, 2012. I am fully familiar with Rhodes College because I served as a preceptor for final quarter and semester students beginning in May 2009 -- and I will continue in that position through December 2012.
These opportunities have come my way because of my life-long commitment to excellence and thoroughness in everything I have done.
Indeed, in my adult life I have consistently zeroed in on one salient goal -- to achieve the credentials and experience needed for a meaningful career in education at a high level. In part I have already achieved this goal because I have served as an educator at Lima Memorial Hospital and found that service to be stimulating and exciting in many contexts.
The teaching process has always been as much a learning process for me as it has been a rewarding pedagogic experience. I can honestly say the joy I received in my Lima Hospital teaching experience was more about inspiring students to raise the bar on their career goals -- while at the same time bringing new energy and ideas into the healthcare field -- as it was about getting a paycheck.
Becoming a valuable component in the nursing education field was my original motivating factor. And now that I have actually had an opportunity to become an important source…… [Read More]
Admissions Statement (250)
Some careers are professions, others are callings. I am called to the career of social work because I believe it provides some of the best opportunities to help people who are in crises or transition and to provide that help in a constructive and relatively rapid manner. I began studying in the summer of 2006 at Somerset Community College. I stayed at Somerset and obtained an Associate Degree in Business Administration. In 2009, I returned to Australia, my country of origin, and enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts program, majoring in Sociology. Not surprisingly, my studies in sociology exposed me to social work. Until that exposure, I had thought of social work as an extension of counseling, and, though I knew it was under the sociology discipline, I felt like it was more similar to psychology. However, the greater the exposure I had to the field, the more I came to understand the holistic approach that social work takes to problem solving. I know that as a social worker I will not be able to solve all of my clients' problems or fix entire communities on my own. However, I do strongly believe that, as a social worker, I will be helping provide guidance to those in the community who are in need, and providing opportunities for those who are leaders to help others in their community. For those reasons, I wish to continue my studies in sociology and become a social worker.
Personal Statement (350)
I think that all people view themselves as the heroes in their own life stories, but it is not until we are tested by significant challenges that we have the opportunity to discover whether or not we meet our own expectations. Last year provided…… [Read More]
Admissions Summary and Analysis
Postpartum depression (PPD) represents increased symptoms of depression that are correlated to having recently given birth. Although rather un-discussed in mainstream social communications, it often tends to have a relevantly strong presence in new mothers. Its recorded prevalence has ranged dramatically, from some reports of as low as 5.5%, and others as high as 25% (Lee et al. 2011). Various literature also poses the idea that rates of PPD can depend on cultural factors as well, with some cultures having much higher rates of PPD incidences than others. This incredibly variant nature of PPD often makes it hard for clinical practice to understand and predict. Moreover, postpartum depression can occur over a wide period of time, ranging independently based on individual women. Lee et al. (2011) show that it occurs more so in cases of earlier periods after birth rather than longer stretches of time. In fact, the research shows that it occurs most frequently within the first month after giving birth. However, postpartum depression symptoms can also occur often throughout the first year as well.
Lee et al. (2011) show how PPD can also be witnesses in heightened levels within the cases of women who had previously undergone in vitro fertilization (IVF). Unfortunately, dealing with the systematic stresses of the process of conceiving through IVF methods can be damaging on the mental state of the soon to be mother. The stresses of having to deal with previous assumptions of infertility can greatly impact the later development of PPT symptoms in new mothers. Lee et al. posits that assisted reproductive technology (ART) does impact the potential for new mothers to develop symptoms of PPD. Here, the research suggests that "successful ART treatment, mostly through in vitro fertilization (IVF), or infertility produces a special obstetric experience that contributes to particular concerns about women's postnatal mental health," (Lee et al. 2011). Still, previous research had not exposed statistically significant differences between the rates of IVF impregnated mothers and traditional cases of conception. The previous research has left this category of women relatively unrecognized through contemporary clinical trials and research. Lee et…… [Read More]
I have realized that it is my passion to help people who are not fortunate enough to take care of themselves or their families. This is the reason why I would like to have a graduate degree at this time to gain licensure into the field of Social Work and fulfill my ambition of working as a social worker.
I have chosen macro administration and community practice concentration to focus on for my advanced year studies. The main reason behind this choice is that I would like to further my career and education in the community and administration forum. The mentioned subjects are all about solving the problems of people in general and society in particular. Still, it's my desire to work more towards helping the underprivileged women and children.
After completing my graduation in the Master of Science in Social Work Program at University of Texas - Pan American, I have specifically decided to work with women, children, families, and the elderly in the community that need help.
There are a number of reasons why I have chosen to apply to University of Texas - Pan American, Department of Social Work to pursue a master's degree in social work. First of all, being a student at the University of Texas - Pan American would definitely be an honor for me as this university enjoys an excellent reputation. Secondly, the fact that the curriculum here is outstanding and is being taught by proficient teachers/faculty is also an attractive characteristic of the University of Texas - Pan American. Thirdly, I have researched very thoroughly and found out that based on my interest, the University of Texas - Pan American is one of the few universities that are offering my preferred degree program with a perfect arrangement of course modules that suit my interest. Therefore, I believe that the focus of the University of Texas - Pan American to pass on quality education will allow me to get trained to study and work in a first-class contemporary environment. All of the above mentioned reasons encourage me to…… [Read More]
The optometrists are one of those categories of people that perform quiet miracles. Perhaps not as well-known and acknowledged as the ophthalmologists, the optometrists may, at times, have an even greater role than them, mainly because of a deeper involvement in the patients' problems and a larger spectrum of solutions to solve them.
Life has given me the possibility of experimenting different activities and of having many experiences, which have taught me a great deal. A cheerleader and track runner in my early days, I took contact with life in Mexico and Italy, where I participated in different activities, including construction. However, my cultural needs and expressions were not neglected, as I joined the choir and played in different musicals, such as Peter Pan or Music Man.
My passion for optometry became quite obvious to me later on and I joined the Pre-Optometry Club, in parallel with Kappa Gamma. The pre-optometry club taught me what helping others is all about and what personal satisfaction you have when somebody you have helped is doing better because of your very own contribution. I worked for several health- related companies, including Healthy Habits, where I operated as an executive assistant, Diabetes Walk and the Advance Vision and Achievement Center.
It wasn't however until my trip to China that it became clear that my goal in life was to become an optometrist. China is a unique experience. No storytelling and no travel account can actually described a country that has 1.2 billion souls, thousands of years of history and customs and traditions that make us, Westerners, sometimes blush. In terms of medical experience, the Chinese teaching is priceless.
Eastern medicine and Chinese medicine in particular encompass nutrition, aromatherapy and…… [Read More]
I am convinced that though the development of critical skills and expertise in the field of Naturopathy is critical and remains my primary goal for joining your institution, I can only be able to transform what I will learn into societal benefits through enhanced interpersonal relations with a diverse clientele.
If considered for admission for Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine Program, I plan to work hard and diligently so as to achieve my goals while making relevant contributions towards the advancement of the institution's mission. To tell you a little about myself, I am a self-motivated individual with a keen interest in understanding the workings of the human body. I am also outgoing and based on comments from those who know me, I also happen to be a generous and kindhearted person who abhors any kind of human suffering. I believe that my personality, key interests and personal mission fit the scope, requirements and particulars of my career choice. My personal mission remains making my contribution (no mater how small it seems) towards making the world a better place through promoting the right of every individual to live a disease free life. I am of the opinion that should individuals live healthy lifestyles through adjusting their diets, exercising regularly amongst other things; their ability to combat diseases would be greatly enhanced. My mother knew of this concept and she tested it on us numerous times with positive results.
If considered for admission for Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine Program at your institution, I will use the skills and knowledge gained to make a contribution towards the alleviation of unnecessary human suffering through the promotion of health principles aimed at making the world a disease free planet. In my opinion, reconciling both naturalistic and modern medical approaches will be a critical step towards health restoration.
Thank you for your consideration.… [Read More]
My lifelong dream is to design new medicines, to craft them according to the needs of the human community as well as the demands of the industry. While I love working directly with the public, I know that my talents and my ability to help others lie in scientific pharmaceutical research. I have a natural affinity for lab work and know that I will be able to come up with creative solutions to heretofore unsolved medical problems. My temperament also lends itself to the work of a researcher, as I am patient and can spend long hours spent in silence, with my main daily conversations with colleagues pertaining to lab work.
The knowledge I gain in pharmacy school will lead me toward the exact areas of specialty that I will be able to capitalize on later, as a professional. While in school, I will not only dedicate myself fully and passionately to my academic work but I will also seek out every opportunity I have to work hands-on in laboratories as a lab assistant, volunteer, or intern. Already I am immersing myself in the top academic journals of the field and so am familiar with research methodologies, major names in the industry, and recent theories and breakthroughs. While I participate in my doctoral studies I will finally have the opportunity to have my own work published, in conjunction with the esteemed faculty at the university and with my fellow students. I look forward to working with your faculty on their work, and have selected this school especially because of the caliber and academic focus of the pharmacy school.
Whether I eventually find work in the private or non-profit sector, or within academia, remains to be seen. Regardless of the actual organization for which I work, I would most enjoy being part of a large research team so that I can brainstorm with others and keep abreast of the latest medical breakthroughs. However, I hope to work for pharmaceutical companies or medical research organizations that retain strong ethical standards. Because I am aware of the political and economic imbalances in the American health care system, I would like very much to part of the solution and not of the problem. Politics is not my domain, however, and while I will keep…… [Read More]
Admission Letter Management
I appreciate this chance to let you know a little bit about myself, my career aspirations, my educational plan, and what admission Regent's College would mean to me. For as long as I can remember I wanted to study business management. My family has a long history of entrepreneurship. My father is in the fashion industry and owns Harvey Nichols, Mothercare, Laura Ashley and Brandrom stores in Turkey. My career goal is to become an integral part of the family business and continue in my father's footsteps. To accomplish this I plan to spend the next four years studying business management.
While in high school my interest in the family business led me to work closely with my father in order to learn as much as possible. I spent many hours learning the intricacies of the fashion industry and began the process of gaining the knowledge and skills necessary in order to achieve success in business. I believe a bachelor's degree in management will help to solidify the foundation in business management practices I need to enhance my skills and make me a business professional.…… [Read More]
Patrick Bradshaw, because his research is currently focused on the study of mitochondrial dysfunction with age; (2) Dr. Meera Nanjundan, because her ongoing studies into the chromosomal imbalances associated with human lung cancer provide a perfect opportunity to apply my previous academic experience in the study of the biology of cancer in connection with my master degree; and (3) Dr. Lindsey Shaw, because he is studying molecular regulation of the pathogenesis of Staphylococcus aureus and Bacillus anthracis.
In the 2005-2006 academic year, I attended the following conferences at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center, in furtherance of my education and my long-term professional goals: (1) "Update in Oncologic & Molecular Pathology" and (2) "The Genetics of Neurodevelopmental Disorders" (lecture). During that same time period I also participated in the formal Medical Technology Student Meeting I and II at the King Fahad Medical Research Center. That year I was fortunate enough to receive the annual "Best Intern" award for maintaining high quality laboratory work and teamwork during the internship year at King Abdul Aziz University Hospital.
It is my sincere hope to continue the same work ethic and academic focus at the University of South Florida for Cell Biology, Microbiology and Molecular Biology PhD program if I am fortunate enough to be afforded the privilege. Ultimately, I hope to extend the benefits of the opportunity to study at your university to the medical and academic community in my homeland to reciprocate for the Kingdom's generosity to me as a student. Thank you kindly for your consideration. Respectfully,…… [Read More]
This passion of mine showed up early; my mother still tells the story of how at four years old I managed to take the back off of a portable radio. I did not tear apart the insides, but sat there studying them for a very long time before slowly beginning to pull the individual pieces out. I was not able at the time, of course, to understand what was happening inside the radio, but my quest to figure everything out had begun.
My passion for thinking continued to lead me into many interesting observations and discoveries, and my favorite pursuits have always been those that have practical applications in the real world. During my brief stint as a paperboy, I spent two hours my first day riding my bike around my route and deciding on the most efficient way to deliver the papers. It only took me half an hour to actually deliver them, and the difference among the various routes I considered was admittedly negligible. Still, I did not consider the time I spent mapping my route wasted -- it was the aspect of my job that I enjoyed the most.
Babson College has an excellent reputation for turning out its graduates well equipped for the world of business. Its leading ranking among school for entrepreneurship means, to my mind, that it prepares its students not only with the necessary knowledge for success in the business world, but also that it fosters the independent thinking and innovation that is necessary for starting and running a business. For these reasons, I believe that my passions are uniquely matched to the learning environment at Babson College. Not only will your school be of great benefit to me in achieving my goals in my life and career, but I believe that I will be an asset to the school as well. My passion unleashed in the real world can only reflect positively on Basbson College in the future.… [Read More]
Besides independently conducting group sessions with children who are moderate-to-advanced swimmers, Jane also demonstrated a talent for working with individual high-need children requiring one-on-one attention. Jane is particularly skilled at dividing her time and attention efficiently to different levels of swimmers and routinely managed to include older, high-need swimmers within her beginner-level classes without detracting from the quality of instruction provided to swimmers of different ages and levels of proficiency, including first-time swimmers. As apart of our Big Brother/Big Sister program, Jane tutors the students in the 7 -9 age group in the YMCA after-school program. Currently, Jane has one Little Sister to whom Jane regularly provides homework assistance in addition to taking her on play dates twice a month. It is obvious that the two of them share a very close, special bond and to Jane's credit, she has already made plans to continue mentoring her Little Sister on an informal basis if that is ever necessitated by her many other responsibilities and educational pursuits. We genuinely consider Jane a tremendously valuable asset to our YMCA family and we have every reason to expect that she will be extremely successful as a student at the University of San Diego and in all her future academic, personal, and professional pursuits and that she will continue to contribute more than her share to her community.
Should you require any additional information, please do not hesitate to…… [Read More]
On the successful completion of the programme, I will also be well prepared to undertake careers in other areas including consulting, education, planning and design as well as green business. In the long run, I seek to be a recognized figure on the international front on issues relating to environmental sustainability. To be an environmental leader of the future, I will need proficiency across disciplines concerning themselves with both environmental and ecological sustainability in addition to having a bias on management skills and analytical techniques. An MSc in Environmental Management will be a timely step towards this end. It is important to note that the environmental management arena is fast changing based on the growing complexity of the highly dynamic modern world. By undertaking an MSc in Environmental Management, I will be able to play a critical role in the enhancement of the quality of the environment in which human beings live.
At a professional level, the programme will equip me with the necessary skills so that I can appreciate the relevance of a number of environmental management issues including but not limited to the need for environmental legislation as well as control of pollution. The programme will also sharpen my skills when it comes to impact assessment associated in one way or the other with a wide range of organizational functions. Further, on completion of the programme, and most particularly some key modules, I will be better placed to apply for membership in a number of professional global bodies including but not limited to the Institution of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA). As a member of IEMA, I will in addition to attending special workshops also gain access to a number of events at both the national and regional front. This will be of great benefit to my career.… [Read More]
Admissions have had a recurring dream in which I sit in a classroom, my desk facing everyone else's. All the other students and the instructor are staring at me, their heads twice the size of mine. Sometimes several of the kids start pointing at me, and the entire room then erupts in laughter. They mock me and tease me and all I can do is sit there; I'm paralyzed and can't move.
A wake up from these dreams feeling frightened and ashamed. There is something wrong with me, I think. These dreams reflect my anxiety about fitting in and being accepted. They also illustrate my main weakness of character: low self-esteem. Although I put on a good front and have a great circle of supportive friends and family, I often feel like an outcast, or worse, like my life has no meaning. Disguising my inner turmoil with smiles, good humor, and a positive disposition does nothing to erase the dreams from my subconscious. Deep down I know I have to confront my inner fears and conquer my unwarranted sense of inferiority.
A questioned where I received these negative messages about myself. My parents were not abusive. They didn't tell me I was a worthless child.…… [Read More]
Admission Law School
EDUCATION: the University of Miami, BA communications major with a minor in psychology and sociology (year)
LAW SCHOOL ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
When I was just eight years old, I fell in love with law after watching the hit American TV show Matlock. That was the year my mother signed me up to play the violin and I hated. I can still remember putting my hand on that brass instrument wanting to gag myself with a silver spoon. I say all of that because this is how bad I hated practicing with it because all I wanted to do was watch law television shows. As I grew up, so did my desire to want to become lawyer. Even though I had a father that was a successful cardiologist with a practice in New York, one older sibling, a sister currently in medical school (dermatology), I still was determined to become that future attorney and did not care about anything else.
Fast forward, years later, I graduate from high school and that dream to become a lawyer kind of went sour somehow. Somewhere along the line I had lost that passion. I began looking for a career that would appeal to me. For my first two years of university, I searched for a calling, a class that would change my life and direct my studies. I enrolled in a wide variety of courses in a wide variety of departments. I learned about cubic functions and cubism (calculus and art history), similes and syllogisms (English and logic), brain structure and post-structuralism (psychology and politics) and much more.
However, there was something that was missing. I went home one Tuesday afternoon turned on the television and there it was my favorite television show Matlock, right in front of me. My life changed in about five minutes and the passion came flowing back. Now, those classes mentioned earlier really did teach me a lot about the world but the most valuable things…… [Read More]
Appeal Letter for Admission to UC Department of Economics
Following the successful completion of my last semester of my schooling in spring, I am writing to apply for a vacancy in UC to further my studies in Economics. Initially, I had applied for a vacancy in UC department of economic although I did not qualify. My academic performance during the time for application was lower than the required qualification in the institution. However, after the academic removal and the completion of the TAG program, there was a significant change in my performance from 3.08 to 3.39. Additionally, the results from my final semester during spring were impressive because I manage to score GPA of 4.0. For this reason, am writing to request a review of my current academic status because I feel I have satisfactorily met the qualification. I am 22 years old and a citizen of Switzerland yet I feel satisfied to do all my studies in California.
My desire to know more about the economics begun after I completed the GE with some economics from CC. The compulsion within me and the experience in economics are the two forces pushing me towards furthering my studies in economics. I have been to UC, and I found the nature of the environment to be supportive of my studies. It is clear from a distance and within the institution that the environment of UC is peaceful and thus can support research and in-depth concentration. After reading about the existing unity and habit of handwork in the department of UC, I felt the compulsion to give my contribution as well. Despite my exposure to the many institutions around the globe, California remains one of my best choices to further my studies.
Initially, I had applied for the vacancy but…… [Read More]
Personal Statement: Admission Into Graduate School
With a lifelong passion for community services, I spent the better part of my two years in America looking out, and just being there for the weak and the underserved in the community -- people who, even when there seems to be no hope, no future in the offing, would still struggle to beat their ultimate limit and achieve their prescribed objectives. As a volunteer in the American Cancer Society and the Relay for Life program, I rubbed shoulders with struggling cancer patients, who had to go through chemo, hair loss, and all the pain, but who, despite the odds, would still be thankful for each day and stay determined to face the next in the face of so much uncertainty. This perseverance and determination to challenge their ultimate limits fascinated me and I realized that all that is needed to be able to take full advantage of the opportunities life presents is a positive mindset. At this point, I'd rightly argue that a positive mindset and the determination to have a more promising tomorrow have been the driving factors behind my academic success this far. Every success I have achieved has come through persistence and strong willpower, and I strongly believe that even though I am not the smartest in the current list of interested applicants, these two elements definitely set me apart from the rest. I feel that the journey to academic success and professionalism is long, and my current application for the MSF program in a world-class university is a logical step in my quest to pursue my wildest dreams.
I chose XXX University for this program because of its comprehensive curriculum, particularly the IME and CIRM applied learning programs, which I learnt about when conducting my final year research on the topic of financial risk management. These programs not only reinforce the knowledge that I gained in the course of my research,…… [Read More]
I believe that I am a caring and empathetic person who can identify with the needs of others and help them when they need help, which is one of the reasons I am interested in the nursing field. I also am interested in research and development of new understanding of diseases and treatments. I am hoping that I could work in an area where I can work with patients and in clinical trials or other situations where I can learn more about these activities, as well, and that my interests and natural curiosity would aid me in these areas. I am also organized and efficient, qualities that I think are important for a good nurse.
I believe one of the biggest problems facing the world today is healthcare, and the lack of healthcare in developing nations. I believe as nurses, we have an obligation to work toward improving healthcare around the world, whether it is by research, volunteering, or serving with a global healthcare organization, and I believe that obtaining the best training possible by attending your school could help me toward helping these problems in…… [Read More]
Admission PhD feel that my experiences as a professional academic librarian and my familiarity with teaching make me a uniquely qualified candidate for the Ph.D. program in Educational Policy with the Department of Educational Policy and Administration at your university. Taken together, these two important experiences have given me important and irreplaceable exposure to essential research skills, as well as provided me with a first-hand insight into the field of education.
Currently, I am employed as a full time professional academic librarian at the University of Washington in Seattle. This interesting and rewarding position has provided me with a great wealth of skills, experiences, and opportunities that will be easily and effectively transferred to the Ph.D. program in Educational Policy. My tenure as an academic librarian has given me a complete knowledge and experience of reference, bibliography, and information services, acquisitions and collection development, cataloging and classification of library and media materials, in addition to exposure to the application of computer technology to different areas in academia.
My first exposure to the field of library science was during a library internship in London. During this internship, I assisted professors at Florida State University London Study Center with their research. Here, I benefited from the experience of conducting research outside of the United States, and also benefited from exposure to the rigors of academic research at an international level.
After this internship, I secured a job as a media specialist at a high school. This position allowed me an unexpected first-hand exposure to the world of education. The economics teacher fell ill the last half of the school year, and I was subsequently recruited to teach Economics and American Government to seniors. This experience was valuable in helping me to understand the relationship between the teacher and student in the K-12 classroom. While the first-hand…… [Read More]