Free Essays on What I Want To Be When I Grow Up

  1. what is federalism

     What is Federalism? Carmen Torres Prof. Tracy Herman POL 110: US Government May 18, 2014 Abstract This paper will illustrate what is the meaning of federalism and what it does for us. I will talk about how it helps our political system and if it does us any good. How...

  2. i want to be pilot

    I want to be a pilot “I want to be a pilot when I grow up… because it’s a fun job and easy to do. That’s why there are so many pilots flying today. Pilots don’t need much school, they must learn numbers so they can read instruments. Pilots should be brave so that they won’t be scared if it’s foggy...

  3. The Kind of Person I Want to Be…

    is necessary for life's journey, but it is how we all use these virtues that really matters. People tend to kid themselves and pretend like they know what they are doing. Do not be afraid to ask for help along the way Emma Goljan, Notre Dame Academy, Worcester Massachusetts (USA) In this day and...

  4. “What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?”

    Jennifer Smith English 111 February 16, 2011 Essay One - Revised “What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?” We are usually asked this question very early in life: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s one of the biggest questions asked of children, from toddlers to teenagers. It’s...

  5. Why I Want to Work in Student Affairs

    the world has dreams of what they want to be when they grow up, I am no different. I am going to share briefly about my story and my plan of setting in motion my dream of what I want to be when I grow up. Since I could remember I always wanted to be a teacher. As a child I would organize my pretend...

  6. What I Want to Be When I Grow Up

    everyone in the world has dreams of what they want to be when they grow up, I am no different. I am going to share my story and my plan of setting in motion my dream of what I want to be when I grow up. Since I could remember I always wanted to be a teacher. As a child I would organize my pretend classroom...

  7. Why I Would Want to Be a Teacher.

    Why I would want to be a Teacher Jamie Croneberger Grand Canyon University- EDU 310 August 16th, 2012 BECOMING A TEACHER Page 2 I want to become a teacher because I, one day, ant to open up my own Day Care Center where I can teach and help the toddlers and babies learn and grow before...

  8. When I Grow Up

    When I Grow Up I have always had a difficult time with the question "What do you want to be when you grow up?" There are too many things that grab and hold my interest, for a little while at least. I have always known that I wanted to go to college, why I didn't do so immediately after high school is...

  9. What I Want to Be When I Grow Up

    architect, accountant, or teacher, finally I have arrived at a computer career. The following is an idea of the path I have followed. What I want to be When I Grow Up Coming to the point of my current career choice has been a long road. My idea of what a career is or should be has changed with...

  10. How Bad Do You Want It

    following is an excerpt from Eric Thomas’ motivational speech How Bad Do You Want It? There was a young man, you know, who wanted to make a lot of money and so he went to this guru, right. And he told the guru you know I wanna be on the same level you are, and the guru said if you wanna be on the...

  11. When the Purple Mtn Burns

    When the Purple Mountain Burns Back In the mid 1930’s, there was a massacre where the Japanese came and Killed 300,000 people who lived in china. This was a genocide (that seemed)→ which seems? that a lot of people had forgotten about. Shouhua Qi decided to write this book called (the)→don’t need...

  12. Why I Want to Pursue a Degree in Ece

    Essay One: Why I Want To Pursue a Degree In ECE Angelina D. Lewis MOC @ Wilmington EDU 305 Early Childhood Education June 7, 2011 2 Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve known what I wanted to do. I am one of those people who was blessed enough to realize my passion...

  13. Think and grow ricn

    THINK AND GROW RICH by Napoleon Hill NAPOLEON HILL THINK AND GROW RICH TABLE OF CONTENTS Author’s Preface ...................................................................................................................... p. 3 Chapter 1 — Introduction ............................

  14. Am I a Good Wrtiter?

    So, what exactly constitutes a “writer” to be deemed as “good”? Am I a good writer? I’m on the fence. How does one decide whether or not they are a good writer? How does one determine – and to what degree – that you are a good writer? Does one need proof? Like a degree in English Literature, to become...

  15. "What if it Were You" A very good argumentative essay aginst abortion

    What If It Were You??? Probably the most debated topic today is abortion. It is uncommon for the topic to be brought up when new friends are first meeting because almost everyone has a stand on the issue, and there are only two possible stands (which happen to be largely the opposite). According to...

  16. Am I Prejudice

    Am I Prejudice? My view on prejudice is a simple one. I believe that everyone is naturally prejudice, and some people become worse and some people become better. In terms of being naturally prejudice, if you fill a room full of all different races, black, white, Asian, etc. you will notice that most...

  17. Begin to Be Now What You Will Be Hereafter

    “Begin to be now what you will be hereafter.” William James . Begin to be now what you will be hereafter" is the William James' way of saying don't wait for some magic way to show up to get you to what you want to be. You have to do the work to get to you have no set targets when you have no aim...

  18. What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up

    Lindsey Zimmerman HSA 3111 Remember back in Elementary school, when you’re asked that one question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” It seems that you always hear very similar responses; “I want to be a policeman, firefighter, doctor, lawyer…” etc. Now, think about how many...

  19. What Do I Want to Be When I Grow Up?

    don’t you think? I do, my entire life I have had a strong conviction about how others are treated. This led me to want to become a civil rights lawyer when I grow up. Many things in life have led me to this decision. For example, I have been around criminal justice my entire life, I have always wanted...

  20. Always Keep Your Head Up

    Leanne Ruiz English 12 AP October 6, 2008 Dollard Always Keep Your Head Up “The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” - Winston Churchill. I am the optimist Winston Churchill is referring to in this quote. If you were new to...

  21. I Too by Langston Hughes vs One Song America Before I Go by Walt Whitman

    in the footsteps of others. People today need heir sense of self back and need to start taking pride in what they do and where they’re from. In “One Song, America, Before I Go” by Walt Whitman and “I Too” by Langston Hughes, the speakers celebrated the concepts of individuality, originality, and nationality...

  22. teen pregnancy are not what you think it is

    Being a teen mom is not what you think it is.Some poeple say that all teen moms are steriotypiocal teen moms, by steriotypical i mean: dropping out of school, making partys and going out a priority over the child(ren). Many may think that just becuase they have a kid at a very young age their life is...

  23. Before I Become a Pediatric Nurse

    Pathway to the Future When I was a little girl, I would pretend that I was a nurse or even a doctor. I treated my teddy bears as if they were my patients from the doctor’s office, I would bandage up their broken legs and make sure they were not sick. When my mom was getting sick, I was helping my sister...

  24. To What Extent Does Literature Force Us to Question the Plan Laid Out for Us

    To what extent does literature force us to question the plan laid out for us? In our colloquy discussion we had a discussion on the topic of success. Justin said that “when I was young I did not care much about success, but when I entered high school my parents expected me to become successful through...

  25. English Essay - When You'Ve Had a Bad Day

    When You've Had a Bad Day | | You've no doubt heard about the bricklayer who applied for time off work for the following reason: "When I got to the building, I found that the hurricane had knocked off some bricks around the top so I climbed onto the roof and rigged up a beam with a pulley and...

  26. I never sang for my father

    “It is much easier to become a father than to be one.”  — Kent Nerburn  Being  a true father is never an easy task. As for Tom Garrison, a dynamic character in the  play  I  Never  Sang  for  My  Father  by Robert Anderson, his traumatic childhood memory of being  abandoned  has  made  it  even  more  difficult  for  him ...

  27. What Every Girl Has Wanted to Say to Every Guy

    Sometimes when you least expect it, when you’re finally getting back into the hang of things, love creeps up on you. It finds you single, fairly happy with the proceedings of your life, and it completely turns your world around. It’s funny that love never comes you most need it, but when you’ve just...

  28. What is Service Learning?

    responsibility, academic attainment and life skills." Yes, I agree to this claim where these benefits are portrayed in a student who involved in service learning. In particularly, academic attainment strike to me in a numerous beneficial ways. I can justify this from my participation during Earth Day service...

  29. The River Near My Home Where I Grew Up

    memories about small mountain river near my home where I grew up. I remember those October sunsets when the leafs on a trees is the same color as the sunset. River had changed over the years and now this river just part of the city. But long time ago when I was a child that river was part of the wild nature...

  30. The day I met God

    The Day I Met God Eleven years ago, when I was thirty two years old, I put a needle in my arm for the first time. At that time in my life, I felt like I could not live and I could not die. My life, as I knew it, had fallen apart. I lost my job, my home, and my husband. My oldest son was diagnosed with...

  31. Growing Up with Different People Around

    Growing up Different people have different understandings about growing up. The three texts we have studied this term, “Short Story Harvest” compiled by Walter Mc Vitty, “My Left Foot” by Jim Sheridan and “Good Will Hunting” by Gus Vas Sant, convey the theme of growing up. In my understanding of the...

  32. Break Up

    exact. But who’s counting, right? I’m not sure why I’m writing you this letter when I know you’ll never actually read it but I guess I just want closure, you know? And I feel like this is it. I miss you, that’s the first thing I need you to know. All those memories we made, they mean everything to me and...

  33. What Music Means to Me

    What happened to the songs that saved my life? Music was once a way of art that transcended barriers and uplifted listeners with its healing words. Now it is a tool that gains its producers a “quick buck” with ease, using its catchy beats, degrading lyrics, and lack of substance to top the charts. Meaningful...

  34. What I Believe on Religion/Spirituality

    What I Believe on Religion/Spirituality This is what I currently, prior to my experience in this class believe about religion and spirituality. When I first started this philosophy class, I wrote a short essay “religion/spirituality how it affects and does not affects my life”. My answer to the questions...

  35. Growing Up Good

    essay I help my friend take care of his daughter most of them time and it is so rewarding. I grew up very fast. I went from partying and hanging out with my friends, to waking up early, making lunches, going to school functions, and pretty much everything else you can think of a parent doing. I have become...

  36. What to Do with Life - Return to School

    Here I am, twenty-two years out of high school having to write a paper for school again. I never thought I would have to do this again. As I mature, I am seeing the need to further my education, not only for myself but for my family as well. In this paper, I will try to give insight into why I have returned...

  37. What Happened

    What Happened? “Where are we?” “How should I know?”Ethan said, his tone dripping with sarcasm “Don’t take that tone with me! It not my fault I was knocked out at least u were awake longer than I was. You should have noticed something!” I screamed “Fine! Next time you’re knocked out I won’t run...

  38. “I Stand Here Ironing” Through the Feminist Approach

    Tillie Olson’s “I Stand Here Ironing” is a story told from the perspective of a young mother during the Great Depression. The woman reflects on the hardships she faced while raising her first-born child, Emily. The mother’s experiences were common to many women. The 1930s was a time when patriarchy was...

  39. When I Grow Up....

    When I Grow Up: I’ll be Working on the Railroad Candace Esposito Everest University What do you want to be when you grow up? This is a question we are asked throughout our childhood. When we are children, our dreams are to be heroes like firefighters, astronauts, or knights. When we are a little...

  40. What Are Challenges?

    Robert H. Schuller What are challenges? Challenges are tasks that require subject expertise, creativity and focus. What motivates a person to take up a challenging job? Challenges are necessary in order to grow as individuals; they are necessary to improve our skills and polish up our talents; to help...

  41. What Makes Holden Unhappy?

    Miranda MacDougall 19 May 2010 What Makes Holden Unhappy? Many people feel unhappy in their lives for various reasons. Perhaps from hatred, loss, fears, or even a few words. Holden Caulfield has unhappiness throughout most of the book because of these very reasons. He hates adults, he lost an old...

  42. What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages to Study Overseas

    What are the Advantages and Disadvantages to Study Overseas In the past few years, people are getting richer compare to who they were thirty years ago, better educated too. For sure, they always want their children to be educated well and be fully-prepared for future lives. Thus more people are...

  43. This I Believe

    Tunnel. I believe that you should need to experience dark times in order to appreciate love. Before I was adopted, I always imagined what love must be like. However, I never believed or hoped that one day I would be able to feel it. It started when I was dropped off at an orphanage in Russia. I was probably...

  44. I Want to Be the Very Best

    * I want to be the very best, like no one ever was… * Introduced to the U.S in 1998, Pokemon has impacted numerous children with its T.V shows, trading cards, and video games. Many kids such as myself, were instantly hooked on this new game. * Now, I did not choose the Pokemon life, the Pokemon...

  45. What Is a Woman

    TERM PAPER Submitted by- 'Based on the class discussions, readings taken up and your own thoughts, share your views on who is a woman; what constitutes the shaping of womanhood. Try to draw on the oedipal and pre-oedipal developments which choreograph the psychic developments of women. Utilize...

  46. What We Do in Life That Determines Who We Are We Do Alone

    What We Do In Life That Determines Who We Are We Do Alone What I do in life that determines who I am I do alone. In today’s society, the younger generation has a difficult time with accepting responsibility and being mature. They let what other people think of the, or their words determine who...

  47. We Cannot Choose or Control All the Elements That Make Up Our Personal Reality

    control all the elements that make up our personal reality. We are all in control of our lives. At least that’s what we would like to believe isn’t it? The truth is we have very little control of the elements that make up our personal reality on the surface, but what we do have control of is the choices...

  48. whats your purpose in life

    What is your purpose in Life? 1. While it's true some people seem to find their life purpose easier than others, it's also true that God really does have a plan for every single person, even if it takes a while to see what it is. a. Jermiah 1:5“I chose you before I gave you life, and before you were...

  49. What I Want to Be When I Grow Up

    I was asked from the time I could talk “What do you want to be when you grow up.” My answers were always changing depending upon whatever new fad or hero I was into at that time…Nascar, Teenage Ninja Turtle, GI Joe, Fireman, Cowboy, Football player…it wasn’t somethin I seriously thought about at the...

  50. Why Am I here

    where I am going to college or what do I want to do with my life. For many, this can be a simple question with a quick clear answer, showing that they know exactly what they want to do with their lives. For me, this is a very difficult decision and my future career is still a mystery. Knowing what you...

  51. This I Believe

    come and gone, but there has always been that special person in my life that I can run to for anything, that person who no matter what is always there for you. They are anything and everything I could ever ask in a friend. I believe that a friendship is a constant range of peaks and valleys, and that...

  52. And Thats What Destiny Is

    9/13/08 And that’s what Destiny is Fate is karma. Do something good, and it will reward you. Do something bad, and it will bite you. Although this sometimes occurs, fate is not always something you can have control over. For instance, when we drive a car, we may be as safe as possible...

  53. What does it mean to be an American

    What does it mean to be an American? Bradley Project Releases Report “America faces an identity crisis. The next generation of Americans will know less than their parents know about our history and founding ideals. And many Americans are more aware of what divides us than of what unites us....

  54. Why I Do What I Do

    forget why you do what you do and who you do it for, and make sure everything you do honors that. What I’ve seen happen often times (especially in… yup, you guessed it: the education reform movement), is that intentions start out good but the sword starts to swing the other way when money, power, and...

  55. My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold

    | MY heart leaps up when I behold |   |   A rainbow in the sky: |   | So was it when my life began, |   |   So is it now I am a man, |   | So be it when I shall grow old |          5 |     Or let me die! |   | The child is father of the man: |   | And I could wish my days to be |  ...

  56. How I Evolved Through Play

    part of life how do you think life would be? How would you be as a person? Play has helped humans evolve into what they are today. It has made each of us grow into are individuality. I have evolved through play. Surfing is not just a sport you do to be considered a "cool dude"; it is much...

  57. Compare and Contrast the Representations of Work in Bartleby the Scrivener and Microserfs. to What Extent Has Work and the Meaning of Work Changed? to What Extent Are There Continuities Between Earlier and Later Forms of Work?

    Two 17th December 2007 Compare and Contrast the representations of work in Bartleby the Scrivener and Microserfs. To what extent has work and the meaning of work changed? To what extent are there continuities between earlier and later forms of work? Bartleby and Microserfs are quite similar in their...

  58. I Carry Your Heart with Me Tp-Castt

    i carry your heart with me E.E. Cummings i carry your heart with me (i carry it in my heart) i am never without it (anywhere i go you go, my dear; and whatever is done by only me is your doing, my darling) i fear no fate (for you are my fate, my sweet) i want no world (for beautiful you are...

  59. why i choose

    question : “So what are you going to be when you grow up ?” I cringe even as now as I write it. During my childhood, the answer came quickly and with assurance: “A doctor”. I do not know quite when I settled on that profession, but there it was, for all to marvel. As time pass by, I learned in primary...

  60. What Do People Believe?

    What Do People Believe? As a kid I always went camping with my grandparents, and of course we always had a camp fire. We would gather around the fire, roasting hot dogs and marshmallows. There was something about that fire that we loved, but it usually got us in trouble. We would get bored while...