The motto at Georgia Tech is leadership, progress, and service. Describe how you have demonstrated this motto over the past three years
I believe in what you give to the people, you get in return. Thus, when I got the chance to volunteer for providing my services to elderly people to teach them how to use technology. I grabbed it without a hitch.It was to acquaint senior citizens with the advantages of the technology and show them how it can make their life easy. Even though it was just limited to teaching them how to turn on/off the computer and send or receive email, it was indeed a technology they were unfamiliar with. It was a live example of how technology was making the difference in society.
In addition to service, I believe progress is an important ingredient in one's success. For me, my biggest progress was coping with the difficulty of transitioning from school tests to college tests. In school, grades came easily to me without putting in much work, but that changed as soon as I stepped in college. I got my first C in an introductory class that discouraged me hard. Although it did deteriorate my confidence,I never gave up. Eventually, hard work paid off I have maintained almost all A's up until now.
Furthermore, I was honored when I was presented with the leadership position for E-Commerce web development team of three individuals. I used to stay several hours after school and during school break to make sure our project was on point. Also, during the presentation day, only two members made it and I took the responsibility to cover for the one missing friend because that is what leaders do. They don't complain they take an alternative approach to get things done. I was glad to get it done with help of my peers. Ultimately, it got us the 4th place at state in E-Commerce web development. That was my achievement not just as a part of the project, but also as leader of the project.
Thus, leadership progress and service has helped me grow as a person. It has made me brave to face even more challenges and I would love to continue on this motto at Georgia Tech.
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Very good writing
just some suggestions
elderly people=> senior citizens
life easy=-> life easier
how technology was making the difference in society.=>how technology is making a difference in society.
I got my first C in an introductory class that discouraged me hard. Although it did deteriorate my confidence,I never gave up=>Although , I got my first C in an introductory class that discouraged me hard, but it did deteriorate my confidence and I never gave up
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Now, as I go through your leadership progress, I must say it has highs and lows, highs is when you were talking about your achievements at school and this will have a good result to the community you belong, lows is when you are talking about the setbacks that you encounter, yes, it is good to note these setbacks, however, this is not applicable to approach this particular essay.
When you do your revision, focus on your leadership progress, how did you manage to impart your leadership skills to people and what sets you apart from the rest of the crowd as a leader. There you have it, I hope this insights helped and I wish to review your final work soon.