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  • Codey Powell: Case Study

    about five months ago through our county 4-H program. Codey contacted me as the 4-H Educator of the county to start a 4-H club with his friends in the Ozark High School FFA program. I have never met a more inspiring, hardworking, pursuant teenager. Codey and I first bonded when I took him to the State 4-H Poultry Day three hours from where we live. The event registration began at 8:30 AM. That meant we had to leave town by 5:00 AM to get there on time. It was a long, early and entertaining drive. Thirty minutes into the drive I had a grasp of Codey’s outgoing personality, and I knew it was not going to be a dull…

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  • I Want To Pursue A Scholarship

    based in agriculture, education, and communications, the subjects that I am passionate about, and wish to pursue as a career. Mainly, my involvement in high school was with agriculture in 4-H and FFA, and other assorted school and community activities focused on other things. 4-H and FFA were where the bulk of my time in extracurriculars was spent in high school, and I was involved in both as much as I could. Some of my intricate projects included poultry, rabbits, dairy and meat…

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  • Personal Narrative: Forensics Day

    Once upon a time in a land far away…….oh wait, wrong story. Once upon a time in Louisiana, there was a girl in 4-H named Kourtni Thibodeaux and that girl was me; correction, is me and as you can presume I’m a bit of a jokester. I am sixteen-years-old, in the eleventh grade, and this is my eighth year participating in 4-H, sixth year a part of the Calcasieu Homeschool 4-H Club. This year, I was elected senior parliamentarian of my club. Being homeschooled, I have a lot of time to work on my…

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  • It Is Impossible To Be A Good Citizen Essay

    Often while growing up, we are taught to be good people, to have good morals, and to do others what we would want to have done to ourselves. However, being a good citizen is not stressed nearly as much as being a good person, yet both ideas go hand and hand. The quote "it is impossible to be a good person and not a good citizen" as said by the late University of Arkansas professor Diane Blair, although simple, has a deep meaning. To me, the quote means living the morals I was taught about being…

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  • 4-H. Ambassador Program Analysis

    Everywhere you go in the world, there is a need. There may be a need for anything from food to basic necessities. No matter what it is, the need is there. This is where I come in, my most memorable life experiences come from moments when I can serve others, not from serving myself. Because of this, my true passion in life is doing what I can for whomever I can, and what better place to pursue this passion than in the 4-H Ambassador program. 4-H has made a major impact on my life. I do not…

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  • 4 H Club Case Study

    From a promised made over a year ago by the directors of the Metropolitan Water District (MWD), the Desert Compadres 4-H Club were finally granted the opportunity to visit Los Angeles and attend a special MWD board meeting on Tuesday, June 13. Traveling several times a year to Blythe to tour its desert facilities at Gene Camp, the Palo Verde Irrigation District Diversion Dam and the Palo Verde Valley itself, MWD representatives completed their tour for the day at the local hay press at HayDay…

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  • Effective Intervention Case Study

    emotions from those of the client and responding with the appropriate prosocial and helpful behavior Oliveira & Gonçalves, (2011). Example #3 Clarifying the Meaning of a Vague or unfamiliar term The clarifying the meaning of a vague or unfamiliar term when a client describes their self as being confirming to worker them and client According to Colapietro, (2010) There are various contexts in which illness must be situated in order to be understood (above all, the phenomenological, and clinical…

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  • The Statistical Analysis Of Hackman And Oldham's Job Characteristics Model

    The main summation of the six articles in questions all point back to the significance and need for Hackman and Oldham’s Job Characteristics Model (JCM) as well as the utilization of job re-design based off of these findings. The JCM was originally created as a means to offer different principles that can be implemented at an organization to enrich the workplace for those involved. The JCM is essentially a work questionnaire that uses the information found to create statistical data in order…

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  • Write An Essay About The Countdown In The Bahamas

    The countdown started the day my mom told us we were going to Atlantis in the Bahamas. One of the best surprises I've ever had. It had been years since I went to vacation with my family all together. The countdown felt like months or years but really it was only two weeks. I’ve never been to the Bahamas and neither has my sister Sydney which explains why the countdown seemed so long. The time came to go to the airport and board the plane. Now the countdown is down to 15 minutes waiting for the…

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  • Hamilton Howard: A Serial Killer

    Henry Howard Holmes or commonly just H.M. Howard, Herman Mudgett, Dr. Henry H. Holmes, Henry H. Holmes, Henry Holmes, H.H. Holmes. Holmes was the first documented serial killer in the modern. He was born on May 16th, 1861 in Gilmanton, NH and died May 7th, 1886 in Moyamensing Prison in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In Chicago Hh Holmes designed a castle where he rented rooms to unsuspecting victims in 1893. Holmes sold the skeletons of the victims he killed and sold them to local medical schools.…

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