My Experience At My High School Yearbook Staff Essay

1089 Words Jun 16th, 2016 null Page
When it come to defining the word education, there is no true definition. You can look it up in a dictionary and see what it says, but you may not always agree with it. Some may say education has to just do with school and getting an education. But other may say it’s the lessons that you learn along the way. To me, education means learning a lesson or skill that you will carry with you for the rest of your life whether it was in school or during an impacting moment in your life. My educational moment was when I stepped out of my comfort zone and joined a class that required dedication and communication skills. Because I joined the yearbook staff, I learned communication skills, organization skills, and leadership skills that not only furthered my education, but would help me in life. My passion for writing lead to the idea of becoming a journalist. After finding an interest in journalism, I debated whether or not I wanted to join my high school yearbook staff. I was very hesitant for two reasons. Being that I was a very shy person, joining the yearbook staff meant that I would be talking to many people; interviewing and sharing ideas to staff members with many people made me a little nervous. The second reason was that our journalism department had just hired a new teacher. From what I had heard, she didn 't have the best reputation. Everyone that I talked to said that she was mean and harsh. With those in mind, I had a difficult decision to make. Because I loved to…

Related Documents