As the saying goes, a person is essentially than the sum of his or her life experiences. For myself, my recent life experiences have been orchestrated to design a clear path towards a successful career in human resource management. Since I consider myself a person who feels comfortable working with others, I have great confidence that I will succeed in this professional field. A great deal of my confidence in this is derived from my concentrated and protracted efforts that have been geared towards designing my education plans so that these plans will eventually develop into a highly successful career.
It can be said that when walking the path of career planning, a person needs to perform at his or her best in order to make sure that the designated plan of action is properly implemented in order to achieve the desired results. For myself, I have followed a strong educational path that will lead to the bachelor’s degree and this degree will provide the epicenter in which my professional career will be built upon.
Most recently, I have completed my A. A. degree in Paralegal Studies from Skyline Community College.
While attending Skyline, my grade point average achieved national recognition when it made the (national) Dean’s List twice in one calendar year. Since I am a single mother who works full time, such an accomplishment is not easy to achieve, but I was able to arrive at such success by devising a plan of academic excellence and following the plan through to completion.
As stated before, since I am a single mother, it was not easy to accomplish these goals; but I strongly believe that my family commitments did not impede my success.
Rather, they allowed to me become even more successful than I would have been without my family. It is because of my commitments at home that I developed an understanding of the importance of being successful and I allowed this drive to propel me to great academic success and I believe it will compel me to succeed even after all my academic responsibilities have been completed. Also, in addition to academic experience and family experience, I have developed a great deal of potential skill in the human resource management field through my life experiences.
I am a veteran of service in the US Air Force where my duties involved Signal Intelligence Analysis. In the Air Force, it was more than just the assigned duties and tasks that developed my professional skills. Actually, it was the fact that my Air Force duties tool me all over the world that also opened many new perspectives to me. That is, while traveling around the world I was able to experience many different people and cultures. This is an experience that is incredibly rewarding.
Furthermore, the experience I received from such travel put me in contact with an incredible array of different people and cultures. Such experience will prove to be incredibly helpful in the field of human resource management as that field, by its very nature, requires coming in contact and dealing with a multitude of different people. I have been very active and very successful in a all the ventures I have undertaken. This is because I have a great deal of drive and determination to remain successful.
It is this drive that will carry me through my degree program and allow me to absorb the education that I receive and develop solid practical applications from this knowledge. I feel that I will eventually become highly successful in my chosen field because my past has clearly shown my commitment to excellence in every endeavor that I have chosen. Because I remain incredibly focused and committed for future success, I know that my future will be as rewarding as my past.