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  • Career Action Plan In A Summer Day By Mary Oliver

    The poem ‘A summer day’, by Mary Oliver asks the question “What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”. The UCF College of Business is filled with so many opportunities, I try to take advantage of all that I can while it is available. One of those opportunities is the chance to attend career fairs, another is having career services. Since transferring to UCF from Valencia I had heard about students attending career fairs and landing jobs just by networking and handing out resumes. I thought that was far-fetched, that potentially someone could obtain the employer contacts and stay in communication with them until an interview came of it. You could easily say I had little faith in my own self, even knowing I had developed a great resume with all my resources, and practiced interviews through multiple mock interviewing at career services. Little did I know I would be called for an interview from a CFE arena career fair, simply by networking and handing out a resume. One of the objectives on my career action plan was to secure an internship. At the event, I networked with a recruiter from Springleaf Financial, gave them my resume, the next day I received a phone call for an interview. I interviewed with the branch manager, then district manager. All that in mind, I now have an internship set up at Springleaf as a personal loan specialist. Nevertheless this experience goes to show how using the resources UCF provides can be valuable towards career endeavors.…

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  • An Analysis Of 7 Survivor Tips For Summer School

    Once the sizzling days of summer are upon us, teachers who plan to continue teaching during the break have a challenge: Surviving Summer School. Since many, (or most) of the children who attend summer school classes are not there voluntarily, teachers have to be clever in preparing their summer school curriculum so as to keep students motivated. Sprinkling in a bit of ‘fun,’ like creating salt paintings or 3-D picture frames, can go a long way in keeping students engaged and making summer school…

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  • Conflict With Parents: My Unresolved Conflict With My Parents

    parents concerning my upcoming summer plans, with the purpose of collaborating to create a plan we can mutually agree on. My relationship with my parents is a familial relationship, which impacts why we collaborate to solve disagreements or come to mutual decisions when we argue about something. I am an only child; therefore, I am equally close to both parents. As a family, we have a very open relationship, meaning I can tell them anything. Whether it is how I am feeling or what I did over the…

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  • The Importance Of Leadership In The Summer Camp

    face, how did you resolve them, and what did you learn about yourself as a leader in the process? Further, include a closing paragraph detailing your action plan for maintaining academic success in the MBA program. The specific activity that I would like to discuss that I was directly involved in would be the summer camp that I organized and was the director of last summer. The name of the summer camp was Creative Thinking Summer Camp and the ages of the camp was from 5yrs old to 13yrs of age.…

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  • Personal Conflict Management In Relationships With My Parents

    unresolved conflict with my parents concerning my upcoming summer plans, with the purpose of collaborating to create a plan we can mutually agree on. My relationship with my parents is a familial relationship, this should show why we go about solving are conflicts the way we do. I am an only child; therefore, I am equally close to both parents. As a family, we have a very open relationship, meaning I can tell them anything. Whether it is how I am feeling or what I did over the weekend while…

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  • What Is Summer Break Essay

    It’s the first day back from summer break. It’s been a long break full of vacations, hanging out with friends, and working. You walk into math class expecting to hear the same rules you just heard three times before. Except, you’re surprised with a pop quiz. The teacher goes on to explain how it’s not for a grade but just to see where everyone is at after the break. It’s should be a review. You’ve learned all of this last school year, but you can’t seem to remember anything. Just last school…

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  • Personal Experience: My Personal Action Plan In School

    This has been a very intriguing summer for me. I have spent plenty of nights working on an assignment till 4 in the morning. It was moments where I thought I was going to give up and just forget how hard I worked to get where I am now. I had to train myself mentally in order for me to get through this summer, and I have set a personal action plan for the fall and spring semester of my freshman year. A personal action plan for me will be to schedule my daily activities out and manage my time…

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  • Significance Of Summer In The Great Gatsby

    Throughout the novel, the seasons provide foreshadowing for the twists that will occur in the plot and heighten the importance that lies behind these major events. Fitzgerald strategically uses the archetypes associated with the seasons in order to further elaborate on the events and the characters in the novel, which provides them with a deeper level of characterization and understanding. The transition from late spring to early summer represents the possible rebirth for Gatsby and the…

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  • Advantages And Benefits Of Year-Round School

    number of days as kids on a conventional school plan. What’s the difference? A year-round school timetable is spread out more evenly throughout the year. “The traditional calendar is divided into nine months of instruction and three of vacation during the summer. Year-round calendars break these long instructional/ vacation blocks into a pattern of sixty days of instruction followed by twenty days of vacation.” (CA Dept of Education). Students who receive more frequent breaks don't receive a…

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  • The Importance Of Social Management

    For the past four summers I have been the lead Summer Missionary at the Calhoun Baptist Association. The Summer Missionaries are high school and college students that spend most of thier summer helping local churches with Bible School. We plan and lead the entire Bible school for small churches that have never had one before and we just come along side and help those who just need a few more workers. Most weeks we would lead two schools one in the morning and one at night. Thorugh this role, I…

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