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    My Trip To Job Corps

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    A memorable day in my life was when I came to Job Corps. I didn’t even go to sleep that day because I was excited to see the campus I was going to spend months on. I played some last games of “Destiny” with my little brother before I left. I didn’t eat any breakfast because I was so nervous going to Job Corps. My little brother and I left the home to go to the Port Authority to wait until I leave. The people I was waiting for came late so I started to panic because I didn’t know if I was in the…

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    As a Nurse there are several ways to address social determinants of health and contribute to the mission of the NURSE Corps Scholarship, which is; “…to improve health and achieve health equality through access to quality service, a skilled health workforce and innovative programs”. My contribution to this mission will be directly through a high level of patient care and indirectly by supporting organizations or coalitions that not only provide care to the medically underserved, but also, support…

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    a positive impact on not only myself but, more importantly, on the communities around me. The value of service, as well as the capacity to create sustainable change, are the driving factors that have intrinsically motivated me to serve as a Peace Corps Volunteer. This drive began when I was a child. My father is the Project Developer for a non-profit organization in Miami, FL and since my childhood, he has instilled within me the concept that I have the unique opportunity to help others around…

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    Polluter Corp Case Study

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    According to FASB, emission allowances are intangible assets. This scope of this consideration is limited to areas under the U.S GAAP governance. This intangible asset model bars deferring of profit derived from the sale of emission allowances even if the sales result in short positions. The intangible asset method does not recognize third party buyers of emission allowances. The cash flow classifies the inflow and outflow as investment. The Statement of Financial Accounting Standards…

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    FULL TIME APPLICANT ; PART TIME SUB The Peace Corps is a United States government agency that was launched during the optimistic years of the Kennedy administration, and in large part can be seen as a product of the growing concern for social justice that was emerging during that era. No doubt, it was also conceived as a tool to be used in the context of the geopolitical concerns of the times that were posed by the cold war in order to help win the hearts and minds…

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    After university I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kenya where I taught in two local schools, facilitated adult teambuilding/leadership training, worked on youth malaria education, facilitated HIV/AIDS education, taught life skills, coached youth sports and much more. I loved my time in Peace Corps and not a day passes where I don’t think about my friends, my students, my host families and my fellow teachers. When I joined I thought of Peace Corps as pause from “normal” life, which would…

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    Purpose: My general purpose is to introduce myself to my audience. Specific Purpose : My specific purpose is to describe myself using an object from my past and an object that best represents my future. I will being using my childhood blanket and my Zoo Corps shirt. I. Introduction A. (Attention Gainer) Close your eyes and think for a moment. Think about your childhood. Who was around all the time? What did you care about then? Who did you want to become? Eckhart Tolle once said,…

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    Colonial Williamsburg attracts tourists through many means. However, our Fife and Drum Corps remains by far the most iconic entertainment heard or seen by the guests. In our red coats, shrill fifes wailing and snare drums booming, we compel our listeners to fall in step behind us and inspire new generations with a love of history. But nobody knows the individual members making up the Corps. If you ask us, I think we prefer it that way. When I, personally, march down The Duke of Gloucester Street…

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    the respect and honor we so proudly earn. Inside the Marine Corps we learn to honor these values and morals we received since boot camp. It molds us to become disciplined and show this figure to others. If we loose focus as a Marine we sadly decline that and become to be a lesser than normal civilian. The discipline and the honor fades immediately. One example of this is disrespecting senior enlisted or officers in the Marine Corps. If a Marine looses focus and becomes a candidate to…

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    My Story Corps Project

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    For my Story Corps project I interviewed my mom. I decided to interview my mom because I thought about how interesting it would be to find out a little bit more about her because I have known her for eighteen years and there are still many things that I don’t know about her. I learned a lot about her childhood and learned some of the many difficult things that she had to endure as a child. I also asked her if she liked going to school and learned that it was one of the things that she loved…

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