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Abstract:- Youth awareness: paradigm shift in social and political scenario
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The first thought that strikes our mind when we think of the word “youth” is swami Vivekananda. His teachings are an inspiration not only for us Indians but for youth all around the globe. Even the national youth day 12 january is celebrated on his birthday.
Youth being the Future of our country is highly relied upon. But what would our country do if even our future is depressed?
Our Paper will focus upon some of the highly troubling and contributing factors due to which the youth today is losing its values and thereby its true potential. The young man today has hands and feet to work seemingly
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Describing Gang Membership: An Examination of Youth Gangs
Kiara C. Ross
Georgia Gwinnett College
Numerous studies have been conducted on the subject of youth in gangs and the many characteristics of a member or a nonmember. In this paper I will discuss what is considered a member of a youth gang, a nonmember and anything else in between. I have read three articles and I will compare and contrast each of their findings in detail.
The first article that I will be discussing was an in depth study done on youth in Canada. This article focused on “the frequency and stability of gang membership, family characteristics, concurrent behaviors, friendships, and school
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“We are one of the world’s oldest civilizations and one of the youngest nations.
Our country’s demographic profile has undergone a major evolution. Now, there is a
preponderance of youth. This is a decisive factor in determining our nation’s destiny.
.The magic wand is India's people power. The world’s most populous nation, which has built its economic strength on seemingly endless supplies of cheap labor, . The demographic dividend, projects the median age of India’s population as a whole to be 27.5, significantly lower than that of regional peers China and Japan, at 37.6 and 44.4, respectively. For our nation, this opens up as an opportunity for consumer as well as investment boom
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Mary Quant: A woman who completed women and the
During the 1960s, although Great Britain was referred
as the empire on which the sun never sets, the nation
itself was too busy in replicating and imitating culture
and arts of France. Even the young nation, United States
had the victory of seizing hegemony right after World War 2,
which hurt the Great Britain’s pride. Not only the nation
itself but also the people of Great Britain desperately
wanted something “British-like,” something of their own.
Furthermore, the social issues for wanting individualism,
having a will to express their own selves, and second wave
of feminism, more liberated life styles for women
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statistically increase the likelihood of offending or decrease its likelihood (Case, 2007. p. 92). Youth justice today is increasingly dominated by risk management however it has been heavily criticized. In this essay an explanation will be given of what the risk factors are, what the RFPP is and how actuarial practices are based on this methodological approach. It concludes that a focus on actuarial principles in the current youth justice system works against the fundamental principles of individualization in the criminal justice system .
Society has become increasingly concerned with risk and the management of it. It is defined as being an uncertain prediction of future behaviour with the
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THE CHRISTAIN EDUCATION OF YOUTH
A study of the history of professional youth ministry shows that over the years they come a long way. In the late 1950s churches began to invest significantly in salary funds in staff positions for youth ministry before that the youth ministry was done by mostly volunteer workers who were unqualified and poorly trained. Also it can be said that evangelical churches grudgingly instituted the youth ministry because they feared that Para church organization would take the youth away from the churches.
GAINING A SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
Youth ministry in the 1950s was a calculated attempt of countering the influence of secular entertainment on
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MAS Youth Center
Section | Title | Page |
I | The Masjid | 2-5 |
II | Qur’an Institute | 6-9 |
III | Karate Academy | 10-13 |
IV | Children Committee | 14-17 |
V | Pre-Teen Program | 18-21 |
VI | MAS Youth | 22-26 |
VII | Sister Committee | 27-30 |
VIII | Boys/Girls Scouts | 31-34 |
IX | Staff | 35-38 |
X | Outreach | 39-41 |
XI | Marketing | 42-44 |
XII | Construction | 45-49 |
Strength | * Great Spiritual component to liability * Set piece of prayer * People know now where to pray (fajr) * Bring large # of people to Jumah salah * All the salawat be in the mosque * Easy entrance from outside * # of mosleen is red * salat juma s
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Reflection on the poem, To my Fellow Children
Jose Rizal was then eight years old when he wrote this poem because he wanted to reveal his earliest nationalist sentiment. In the poetic verses, he proudly and pompously asserted that a people who trully love their native language will definitely srtive for liberty like the bird which soars to freer space above. Indeed, he is a great hero! He also wrote it to encourage the youth to be proud of being who they are and the first step to do that is to use their mother tongue or native language in communicating or speaking.The attitudes and values found in the poem is being nationalistic and loving and using ones mother tongue. To my fellow youth
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Decisions in Paradise Part - II
Decisions in Paradise Business Scenario, Part II.
As it was discussed in the previous paper, “Decisions in paradise: Part I”, our company was looking at establishing a greater presence in Kava which is small island country in the South Pacific. Kava has been plagued with unfortunate circumstances that have brought about one disaster after another. , The problems facing the Arcadia Child and Youth Corporation were discussed. The problems were as follow: Organizational and Environmental Obstacles Construction, Resources and Actions Required, Ethical Implications, Factors Affecting Implementation has been evaluated. Everything is in order and
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The Onset of Consumerism on our Youth through Massive Advertising
June 16, 2014
ENGL 101 – B17 LUO
Associates of Arts – Religion
Philippians 4:19 reads “but my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus”. Twenty different translations of this text and not once does it mention God supplying wants. Yet, advertisements teach the youth of America today that they should have all of their wants, not just needs. Advertising agencies, through massive and expensive efforts, have infused the idea of ultra-consumerism into the lives of American youth as evidenced by the priorities and ideals exemplified by
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Q. How should a Christian Youth dress?
Ans: In today's society cloths and dresses play an important role. We often look at a person and form an opinion from the way he/she is dressed.Everybody knows that we are judged by our looks and how we dressed and so we try to look as attractive as possible.Most of us feel good when we are dressed well and uncomfortable when we are not.I believed everything we do reflects our inner values and attitudes.Therefore our dress will surely reflects what we are.A sincere christian youth will not want to wear cloths that are too tight or that expose more of the body or which is not right outfit.
Now a days many young people seem to forget how to
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daily and experience many limitations, there are issues that we can exercise great control. There are a few solutions that I could address, but I would need the help of the community. Officers on foot patrol, school resource officers, storefront owners and ministrations will help reorganize authority to better respond to neighborhood needs.
Unfortunately, too many of our youth do not have access to affordable, quality activities during the hours before and after school. Indeed, experts estimate that at least 5 million “latchkey” children come home to empty houses. When coming home to an empty house kids tend to wonder outdoors. (Fashola, 1998) As Commanding Officer I would like the
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April 30, 2012
English Composition II
Research Analysis Essay
The Influence of Hip Hop on Today’s Youth
“After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.” This profound statement from English writer, Aldous Huxley, demonstrates the importance that music obtains in today’s society. Simply, music is a form of expression, not limited to any specific genre. Although this expression is not limited to one genre, there is one that seemingly obtains the title of most controversial. The Rap/Hip-Hop genre has been harshly criticized for the topics of discussion in which many songs entail, and the various projected images
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more than 120,000 'young people' with a simple aim of creating a better world to live in. Yuva Unstoppable inspires every youth to spare sometime of their life towards serving others, spreading happiness and extending love to all. Yuva Unstoppable with its root aspiration of spreading smiles and kindness is initiating a youth voluntary movement for the welfare of the less privileged. Youth is that wonderful time in life when energy is limitless, human creativity is at its best and the 'never say die' spirit is a constant driving force.Today Yuva Unstoppable has 2,52,39,685 volunteers
India, now aged at 65 is the largest reservoir of Youth population. Generally defined in the age
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survey 1996-2011 surveys show that larger cities and suburbs where gangs have been for a long time, have more adult gang members than juvenile. Across all area types, the majority of law enforcement agencies report that African-American/black and/or Hispanic/Latino individuals predominate all gangs. (National Youth Gang Survey Analysis, n.d.). In early 1900s gangs were described based on their nationality while after 1950s gangs were identifies by race and ethnicity (Egley, Maxon, Miller, & Klein, 2014).Criminal behavior is the main characteristic of all gangs across all areas. The majority of crimes that gangs are involved are drug sales, aggravating assaults, robbery, firearm sales
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their countries like: working with the governments to reduce the poverty, given some scholarships to student, sponsoring associations and advising the youth entrepreneurs, in how to star up their business. Adding to this investing lot of money on corporate social responsibility, all that will be reflect positively on the KFC brand and create word of mouth among people, businesses and governments, which can increase the awareness of KFC and get a easy access to all Africa’s opportunities.
Segmenting and targeting
Children must be segmented separately and target with some menus which include toys and magic cards, also for weekends KFC can organize some competition of sport games or singing which can be opportunity for children to get together and have fun.
Youth are the most consumer of fast food which pushes KFC to offer them some specific menus which can meet their needs and wants with free access to internet and music or organizing events and bringing some famous signer and players.
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reproductive tract cancers, and prevention and treatment of infertility. It has elimination of violence against women and also education of sexuality and reproductive health. It includes male involvement and participation in the reproductive health and lastly education of reproductive health for the youth.
For several reasons this bill has been an issue in our country for years. It has its pros and cons. Some say it is advantageous because it will really help in the country’s problem, the never ending growth of population that eventually leads to the country’s unchanging state of poverty. Some say it is a no no because of its very ill effects, immorality and sinful act. While, others have no
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today’s youth, where playing out into the fields has been replaced by surfing over the internet. Researches show that 87% of the youth today go online, representing 21 million youth (Weiss, 2005). It has become a growing concern in the society, especially among the parents, about the cyberspace’s detrimental impacts upon the teenagers since it is concealed beneath the whitewashed faces of social media and other sites and generates addiction resulting in reduced efficiency of the students. Furthermore, it exposes them to the dangers of cyber bullying, and ruins the teenagers’ creativity and originality; not to mention, it also creates destructive impact upon family bonds.
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scientist can create a hybrid birds that came from genetics of dinosaurs. Once we created a hybrid birds we can create more and more hybrid animals. From my own perception we must keep on studying evolution until we find more answers about evolution of genetics.
Youth serum for real?
Youth serum is a fountain of youth that found within the body of a teenager, this breakthrough will help the old ones to be immune from certain diseases. After using this serum the old ones can do more things than they wanted to do and it is both beneficial for both teenagers and elders. I am happy that teenagers like me will help our old man to do some adventures with us.
Cell that might cure diabetes
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Wilfred Owen, like many other men, joined the war mainly because he was persuaded by this everlasting façade of war. Owen felt he was targeted by the propaganda of the media and the government to be enlisted into the army. The patriotic soldiers, like Owen, had been told that they would be home by Christmas; that war would be like an adventure- a passage to becoming a well-known, respected hero. Owen had his youth taken away from him, leaving only the bitterness of the war and the memories of home behind. Owen was one of the most well-known anti-war poets, unfortunately he died a week before the Great War had ended and his poetry had never been published until after his death. Owen’s poetry
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BP 2012 Issue 2/3
The 9/11 Decade Issue
How does the author illustrate the emergence of 'a generation with a
fundamental commonality' (line 3)?
transcending borders (½) with
He describes how the youth rise
above physical boundaries and
their unequivocal expression (½) of a to state in unison (½) their
desire for connection.
yearning/want for connectedness.
What is the author showing by using the phrase 'apparently intrinsic' to describe
the importance of technology to this generation's youths (lines 11-12)?
shows how apparently (½) intrinsic He
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HHS 435 Week 1 The Five Federal Laws and the Human Service Movement
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HHS 435 Week 2 Strengths of Youth Service Organizations for the Human Service Professional
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* Mobile has more negative effect as compare to the Positive effects.
* People use mobile for crime and some people use mobile phone but unconsciously they are involved in social crime these kind of social crime not understand as a crime and this is the time to think and to do something about this.
* Social crime is a too much type knows a day’s mostly social crime held with the help of mobile phone.
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Problem and Its Setting
Family is the basic components of the society. And the researcher believes that the number one ingredients on youth’s happy life are their family, that the parents are the most important source of youth’s behavior, which effect to their outlook in life.
So if the parents are separated, how does it affect the youth and what can they do about it? When parents split up, there can be many emotions that a youth may have to deal with. These feelings, internalized or expressed, will result in certain behavior that will possibly affect to the youth’s outlook in life.
Being a broken hurts! It is
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countries are struggling to enter the final stage of the
demographic transition, and are still experiencing high fertility rates. This raises
the question as to whether high fertility is detrimental to development, and
whether there is a relationship between large households and poverty.
Many of the developing nations have a large youth dependency. Bongaarts et al
have surmised that a growing youth dependency to working-age adults in fact
diminishes per capita income. So why are low-income families associated with
high levels of fertility? There are various reasons why households may demand
1. CONSUMPTION – children are enjoyable
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Focused And Naturally Confident Youth
After School Based Program
The overwhelming need for gender specific youth programs have been recognized across the United States. Gender specific programming goes beyond simply focusing on girls. It represents a concentrated effort to assist all girls (not only those involved in the justice system) in positive female development. It takes into account the developmental needs of girls at adolescence, a
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According to McWhirter, it was established that the perceived educational barriers
amongst the rural youth were as a result of the relationship between the individual and different
contextual factors amongst young people in rural areas. Consequently, this study indicates that
some individual (based on race and ethnicity) and contextual difference factors were predictive,
while others seemed otherwise. Indeed, the study was important in two ways: one, educational
barriers can prevent the youth from formulating or pursuing particular postsecondary aspirations.
Two, this study represents the general influence that the different individual and contextual
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Juvenile delinquency is the act of criminal behavior by juveniles (usually someone under the age of eighteen) who can’t be prosecuted as adults. There is no clear way to fully prevent juveniles from committing crimes, just like there’s no way of stopping all crimes in adults. The purpose of trying juveniles in a separate system is to provide them with education and rehabilitation in hopes they won’t continue the criminal behavior as an adult. Statistics and studies in the last decade have proven that there are many successful ways of preventing crimes in our youth, and it not only involves parents but mentors in our schools and communities.
A 2008 study estimated that over 60% of children
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countries due to massive sacking of workers, high poverty rates and low income generation among the working populace, poor education and health policies that do not support the growth of the economy.
The young people are considered as the major parameter of determining a country’s economic and social progress. The state of the youth in a country highlights the country’s economic trends and prowess. In Australia, the effects of globalization are felt far and wide in the country and deeply affect the day to day social affairs of the citizens of Australia. These far-reaching effects have spilled over to the younger generation especially in the ICT sector. Advances in the ICT world have compelled
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The Direct and Indirect Effects of HIV/AIDS on Children and Youth in Africa
June 21, 2012
The Direct and Indirect Effects of HIV/AIDS on Children and Youth in Africa
HIV and AIDS are two of the most prevalent illnesses around the world today. HIV, or the human immunodeficiency virus, leads to AIDS, or the acquired immune deficiency syndrome. The disease damages a person’s body by destroying the blood cells that work to fight diseases; or in other words, by destroying a person’s immune system (“Basic Information about HIV and AIDS”, 2012). There are many adults all around the world who have acquired and have passed away from this disease. Africa is well
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of people about matrimony, family, and social behaviors. It influences our lives in many ways, from the way we do our hair to the way we dress. If a celebrity does it then society will follow. Today’s media has a huge effect on the youth; a prime example rappers the song "Snap Backs and Tattoos". Shortly after this song, everyone had a snap back and were going out to get more tattoos. You can look at kids cartoons and see the influences of pop culture. Just by listening to music can affect the thinking of youths.
Certain celebrities and video games are setting bad examples for all the youth and even adults in this world. These examples affect the way we think of ourselves, and
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launch, potential problems were not communicated or the frequency in which the problem were occurring. So the question is what if the problems were communicated effectively?
Communication issues in the workplace can be just as detrimental. The scenario we will examine is located in a small business office where three employees work together as a team. There is a Director, Youth Manager, and administrative assistant whose duties and responsibilities differ, but are related. The director gives written instructions of a project to be completed while the director is out of town. The administrative assistant and the youth manger do not understand the instructions given. Because the email
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2000’s. Thus iPad which is going to be released in 2010 will be the leader of this product line. However, it has indirect competitors such as PC’s, Smartphones and Laptop computers. Some of the main competitors are Acer, Asus, Dell, Samsung. (Wikipedia, 2012)
It is aperfect solution for bringing computing to older and younger generations for two reasons. Firstly, it is based on the iPhone OS which has proven to be simple to learn. Secondly, it allows physical interaction through multi-touch which makes interaction with a tablet computer easily. It is light-weight, portable and has a good battery life.
AGE | INCOME | GEOGRAPHIC |
YOUTH | LOW | ASIA
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overall work performance.
However, there’s a simple strategy to handle this lack of skill matter. A training program will be a solution for it. The older generation will, naturally, learn slower than youth but it does not necessarily means they lost their ability to learn at all. Additionally, supportive environment of the company will makes it possible for the mature workers to learn new technologies more timely.
Sometimes a solution to one problem will raise another problem. The training program will solve the lack of skill issue but it raises another challenge; is the time and cost devoted to the training of mature workers worth? In cost-cutting business world, all employers have to tighten
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The National Rifle Association
The National Rifle Association or NRA was founded and granted a charter on November 17th, 1871. The NRA was originally founded by Col. William C. Church and Gen. George Wingate to “promote and encourage rifle shooting on a scientific basis (nra.org).” The original intent and purpose of the association was to set up a rifle range and to have annual competitions. The founders hoped that the competitions would promote marksmanship among soldiers. Another facet of the organization branched out into was the creation youth programs and sporting events. New firing ranges were opened and more competitions added over the years.
The NRA created and
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March 29, 2003
In today's world, a lot of children and young "adults" are partaking in unprotected sex. With the teen pregnancy rates getting higher every week, it seems that sex is becoming more of a trend, or a so-called fashion statement, than a passionate activity. Not only is unsafe sex irresponsible but it can also be extremely deadly.
From movies to music, from books to the Internet, sex can be seen just about anywhere today. There are so many websites on the Internet that display sex and with them being open to the public's eye, it's quite difficult to resist looking at them. A lot of the youth in our society seem to
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sex and how to avoid being lurred into unplanned relation.
• Immature cervix of teenage female makes them vulnerable to the infection
• Youth with raging hormones think they are invinvible and ready to take unncessary risks.
• Reluctance of adolescent to readily use condom.
• Chidren who grow in the rural areas take risks because they do not expect bright future for themselves.
• Poverty and lack of access to medical services implies that those infected will not easily know they contact STIs and hence continue to .
• spread it
• Change in culture that permits casual realtionship instead of romance and dating obtainable with older culture and adults contribute to
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behavior- family structure WebMD
Divorce doesn’t always produce delinquent youth however it does have a significant part in several delinquent cases across the nation. - Family influence on delinquency
In Conclusion, children of divorce parents have a higher risk of becoming juvenile delinquents when growing up in dysfunctional environments although all children of divorce parents do not always result in delinquent youth. Hands on parenting and the presence of both parents in the household can reduce the likelihood of juvenile delinquency. - Family structure and parenting WebMD
Family Influence on Delinquency
Sara McLanahan Princeton University
Journal of Legal Studies
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This game works well if all of your kids are regular attenders. If not, don't use this game. Visitors or students new to church may feel out of place.
Bible Smugglers works best outdoors, like at a camp. However, it can also work in a large facility.
Materials: plastic spoons (they represent Bibles), one flashlight.
Have two leaders be "missionaries." They hide somewhere with the flashlight turned on, holding it straight up. Each kid gets a "Bible" and they have to bring it to the missionaries.
The Catch: They are in a foreign country and there are border guards everywhere (these are the other youth staff). If a kid gets caught by a border guard, they have
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I feel it is important that students understand what is happening today and what could happen if nothing is done about it. Right now global warming is happening. Ice is melting which is raising the seas level. Also sense the ice is melt we are becoming a darkening plant. This meaning that because we are darker we don’t reflect as much sunlight and the average temps are going up. Lastly there are some many people in the world that all the CO2 is going into the oceans. Causing an overwhelming amount of salt in our oceans. We need to slow down or figure out a way to stop global warming with science.
Please Mr. President coming from Columba and Harvard I know you will understand what I am trying to do here. All I want is a better life for America and that starts with the youth. To do so we need to keep advancing in our technology and found out a way to stop global warming to insure a long and successful life for Americans.
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relevance or irrelevance today.
I believe that In the history of Hip-hop we see change in the music through just the change of time, Nigga was used to describe those who were inferior, Ice-T said it best I’m a straight up Nigga in the extort . Very Relevant to today because not only do all the lyrics consist on a constant use of the word used. But it’s the common language used by today’s urban youth today.
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Level: | Bachelor's Degree | |
Education Field: | Health Science | |
Course: | Bachelor of Science in Nursing | |
School/University: | De La Salle Health Sciences Institute | |
Location: | Dasmariñas City, Cavite, Philippines | |
Date: | 2008 - 2012 | |
Health Assembly of Lasallian Scholars (HeALS)De La Salle Health Sciences Institute | President (2011-2012)Vice President (2010-2011)Member since 2009 |
Lasallian Youth LifelinersCollege of Nursing and School of MidwiferyDe La Salle Health Sciences Institute | Member since 2011 |
| Skill | | Remarks |
| | | |
1. | Computer Literate | | Has a great
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When considering successful franchises it seems appropriate to look at Starbucks history. Not just a neighborhood coffee shop, Starbucks Coffee Company has become synomous with quality products and service. Whether you are Generation X or part of Generation Y, the working class and the technologically advanced youth has embraced what Starbucks has to offer - even if they have to stand a half an hour in line to get it.
But once you are sipping your venti decaf, non-fat, sugar-free vanilla latte with no foam, do you ever wonder how it all started? Do you know of Starbucks history, and why people of all ages were willing to pay nearly $6.00 for something that is seemingly worth a lot less
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for the world is full of trickery.
But let this not blind you to what virtue there is;
many persons strive for high ideals;
and everywhere life is full of heroism.
Especially, do not feign affection.
Neither be cynical about love;
for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment
it is as perennial as the grass.
Take kindly the counsel of the years,
gracefully surrendering the things of youth.
Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune.
But do not distress yourself with dark imaginings.
Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness.
Beyond a wholesome discipline,
be gentle with yourself.
You are a child of the universe,
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for 2 years)
Name, Position. Company, Phone
Name, Position. Company, Phone
Black Success Academy ( member for 4 years )
Affiliation of the young minorities of Northeast High School
School Choir ( member for a year)
Girls in Transition ( from age 10 to 17)
Affiliation of the young women of Ward African Methodist Episcopal Church helping them to become successful
Church Choir( from age 3– 15)
Church’s YPD ( from age 2– present)
Affiliation of youth of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in the Philadelphia Area
College Prep at Penn Charter ( for 2 summers)
Affiliation of the high school students across the Philadelphia School District for college enrichment courses.
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schools, met new people and learned to make friends.
I came to know life in school, how to make myself responsible and independent. I strived hard to reach the top and be a consistent honor student; it became survival and all about efforts. I became exposed in academics and curricular activities. As the years passed by, I learned more about leadership and perseverance. I joined trainings and seminars to gain more experience and to share my knowledge to students and youth like me. I helped in facilitating programs in school and became an officer in our club. I came to know how to face the large crowds, performing and talking in front of the stage, learned how to stand in front of many people. I participated different kind of contest in school. And learned what life is.
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changed to a “global village”.
2. What are the potential impacts of a flat world for a student performing a job search?
Today’s educated youth has all the potential and access to the world of technology at their fingertips. They can easily change to the growing job demands and are ready for job changes as needed. They sure got to have good education as the competition is high in today’s economy. I don’t think it’s difficult to find a job; it depends on how open you are to change in the new world of job opportunities and choose the best option.
3. What can students do to prepare themselves for competing in a flat world?
Students can equip themselves for this competitive World by
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mortal in the world. This turned out to be a noble Trojan youth named Paris, who was serving as a shepherd at the time. So the three finalists -- Aphrodite, Hera and Athena -- sought him out in the meadow where he was tending his flocks.
Not content to leave the outcome to the judge's decision , the three goddesses proceeded to offer bribes. Hera, Queen of Olympus, took Paris aside and told him she would help him rule the world. Athena, goddess of war, said she would make him victorious in battle. Aphrodite sized Paris up and decided he would be more impressed with the guaranteed love of the most beautiful woman in the world.
Another occasion in which the goddess of love came to the aid of
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first community health fair will be held on April 26. The children feeding program was also held last summer. The Outreach ministry held a barbeque for the community.
* Next Steps:
* Feasibility studies in 6 cities
* Community Outreach programs for 2015
* Children/Youth programs for 2015
The impartation service on Wednesday continues to grow. Members are excited and encouraged by discussions and teachings that are held. The prayer ministry is growing. Church members are encouraged to join the team during the