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  • Resume 36: My First Of Impressions Of Resume

    the left to the right. I feel like when an interviewer is looking at a resume the person is usually looking for the key points for the job description. Which in this case everything is very scattered and hard to look for the key points. Also another thing I saw within this resume is that the person did not stay consistent with their bullets or dates. For example, in the skills section everything is inputted into a bullet format. Which is okay, but everything else should follow the bullet format to make it look more professional and more appealing. Also staying on the subject on staying consistent in the section Awards and Recognitions…

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  • Shiho Rider A Short Story

    “Rider honey you startled me. Why are you so happy?” Nanami asked her son. “I got a date this Saturday,” Rider said. “Honey that’s wonderful. Who is she? What’s her name? Where are you taking her?” Nanami asked her son. “Mom relax what is this 20 questions? Her name Shiho and she’s the first friend I made at the school. And I was thinking taking her to the carnival then we go at that new BBQ spot that just opened up,” Rider said. “I heard that place has amazing food and the carnival amazing…

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  • Polar Plunge Research Paper

    I remember each of them as if they were yesterday, the polar plunge Jack, Flynn, and I did barely a week after I made the list. Being the first week of March in the Midwest we froze our assess off. I immediately regretted showing Jack my list at that point. He saw polar plunge and immediately signed us up for the senior plunge. I swear, who ever thought jumping into a lake in freezing temperatures was absolutely positively insane, and the fact that we have kept this tradition for so many years…

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  • Case Study: The Secret Room

    man with a brooding look and a double chin was waiting for us in a black SUV. We got in the car and the tires rolled over gravel as he pulled away from the curb. “Morning, Mike,” the chief said. “I want to remind you that discretion is essential under the circumstances. Otherwise, this ghost thing could turn into a real media freak show.” “You got it, Chief,” Dad agreed. “Our conversation is strictly off the record.” He was a reporter for the Covert Times and a wannabe TV sports anchor with a…

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  • Personal Narrative: Snow Skiing

    For my family vacation when I was 14 my family and I went to Ruidoso, New Mexico to go snow skiing. My Mom, Dad, Brother, and I went the year before, so we decided to invite my aunt or uncles for our second trip.It took us around 10 hours to get there with all the traffic. Since it was going to be such a long drive, we left at midnight. So that we could drive through the night to make the drive seem shorter. We ended up getting there at like 8 or 9 the next morning. All we wanted to do was hit…

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  • Snowman Research Paper

    while, Santa opened the freezer door to see if the snowman was frozen. Surprisingly, before Santa could take the Snowman out, he jumped out of the freezer, ran through the kitchen, and out of the house shouting, “Don’t eat me!” Santa and his elf ran behind the Snowman yelling, “Stop! Stop!” The snowman was faster. He ran yelling, “Run, run as fast as you can. You can’t catch me I’m the Snowman.” The Snowman ran through the street and…

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  • James Brown: The Godfather Of Soul

    In his book, James Brown the Godfather of Soul, he states “I wasn’t supposed to be James. I wasn’t supposed to be Brown. And I wasn’t supposed to be alive.” (Brown & Tucker, chapter 1 pg. 1) In Barnell, South Carolina in a one room shack on May 3, 1933, James Joe Brown Jr. was born. (Brown & Tucker, chapter 1 pg. 1) From the very beginning, Brown’s life had various struggles from his mother leaving to his father’s gambling habit. (Brown & Tucker, pg.4-7) Despite his father’s gambling habit,…

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  • Ray Charles Robinson Biography Essay

    Charles music was a great addition to the music industry. “Confession Blues” was Ray Charles first recorded record. “Confession Blues” got more radio play.” He moved to New York and signed a contract with Atlantic Records. His audition with Atlantic Records went well. “Charles opened his voice to a range of sounds, from screams to whispers that were all his own.” He would write music from listening to gospel. One of his main songs created from gospel was I Got a Woman. I Got a Woman was…

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  • My Mentor Research Paper

    Without a mentor, I wouldn’t know rather i’m doing something right, or doing something wrong. Your mentor should be someone you can count on, or someone who has helped you a lot throughout your life. Someone who is positive, and someone who is helpful. You should be able to work with and accept the advice your mentor give you. I’ve learned throughout the years so many things from the advice of Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Williams taught me how to better myself and step up and be a bigger person. She…

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  • Visit Response: Interaction With Jesse-Leigh

    difference between the interaction with Emily compared to the interaction with Jesse-Leigh was that the interaction with Emily was stunted. I acknowledged her words only with a smile and a nod, without extending our conversation through open-ended questions. Emily learned when she speaks she might not get a response. Jesse-Leigh practiced a short conversation with an adult, which also could have been extended longer. Continued conversation with children is important because it builds their…

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