Essay Instructions: Please write a goal statement for graduate school, stating why I want to enter graduate school for early childhood education.
What is my goal for becoming an early childhood education teacher?
Help me; I really want to get accepted to the program.
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Essay Instructions: Guidelines for Writing Your Professional Goal Statement
Directions: The following instruction contains information about your goal statement, which is a required part of your application to the University. Please focus only on the information requested about you, your background, and your future goals. You are strongly encouraged to carefully proofread, grammar check, and spell check your goal statement. Overall writing presentation and clarity are very important.
Degree and specialization: You must clearly indicate to which degree program (PhD Education Technology) you are applying as well as the specialization (Instructional Design) you wish to pursue within that degree program.
Content: There are 6 sections described below. Please include the following information when preparing your goal statement. While not required, we strongly suggest that you format your goal statement by heading each section with the headings shown below. Write your information in paragraph form and do not use bullet format under the section headings.
• Personal/Professional Goals
o Why you are interested in graduate school and what are your plans after you receive your degree?
o What influenced you to choose the field?
o Why are you interested in the program and specialization to which you are applying? Please note that your personal/professional goals must be in line with the specialization to which you are applying.
• Academic Experience
o Describe your previous undergraduate (Computer Science) and graduate (Electronic Commerce) academic experience; if you do not have the specialization background, you may want to explain how you plan to apply your prior academic skills to your chosen specialization (combining online teaching with computer science).
o You may include any experiences (e.g., study abroad, unique work or research experience) that influenced your choice of graduate program/specialization.
o Explain any inconsistencies in academic record or work experience. If your GPA is not what you would have liked, explain special personal, physical or family circumstances that may have adversely affected your GPA.
• Research Experience
o Address prior research experience, significant research papers/projects or other research accomplishments in your field. If you do not have any prior research experience, you must indicate that under this section.
• Work /Other Experience
o What is your prior work experience? Include any volunteer work and/or extracurricular activities that complement your career decision. If you do not have any relevant experience, you should indicate this. You can also address any cultural knowledge or experiences you may have acquired that may better prepare you for the field.
• Personal Qualities
o Include in this section personal qualities (e.g., interpersonal skills, team work skills, etc.) you possess that you believe will contribute to your success in your field and graduate study.
• Why this distance university?
o Indicate why this distance university would be a good match for you and your future goals.
o What interested you about this distance university (this could include courses, faculty, and / or research projects and facilities)?
o Why are you interested in an online program? Currently an online instructor.
Below is some personal information to aid in completing the Professional Goal Statement:
My name is S. and interested in pursuing a PhD in Educational Technology. My qualifications include more than 10 years of professional experience in different positions within the field of computer science in addition to having ongoing assignments as a college professor. Primarily I have worked with several companies engaged in various projects such as: database design; software development; a team member on special projects with other computer science professionals; performed hardware and software testing for compatibility issues, and have written User Manuals for consumer usage. My long term experience in education includes teaching high school students high levels of academic math and critical thinking. I have been engaged in teaching at the college level, teaching courses in, various levels of computer science, technical math, and designing technical curriculums. Most recently I accepted a contract position with an online college as a Subject Matter Expert for the design of a new Linux Administration course intended for the online environment.
My goal is to combine my computer science and technological background with my teaching experience in order to design and develop instruction in a variety of delivery platforms, such as, asynchronous web-based, and synchronous, material for students who are unable to attend a traditional classroom setting. I chose this distance university because I have heard many good remarks from previous students. I hope to be able to finish my dissertation and program by the end of the year 2009. I am also hoping to revisit more of the technical aspects of the degree program, i.e. managing multimedia projects. At times, my work schedule will require that I complete a special project or travel which will take time away from my studies; therefore, in order to help me accomplish my goals, I require mentoring to help me stay on track.
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Essay Instructions: Below is the fellowship I am applying for. Please make sure that you read this position carefully before drafting the Goal Statement. Just to tell you briefly about myself, I plan to graduate after pleting my MA in International Services in Dec 2007. I plan in working in the international development sector after my graduation. I have also pasted my resume below. The question that needs to be addressed in the Goal Statement is as follows:
An Educational and Career Goal Statement, not to exceed 350 words, describing what the applicant expects from the experience and how it will contribute to his/her professional growth.
The Deloitte Fellowship in Emergency Preparedness
The Nonprofit Roundtable of Greater Washington is requesting applications for The Deloitte Fellowship in Emergency Preparedness.
Project and Position Overview
The selected Fellow will work with Deloitte & Touche USA LLP and its project collaborator, The Nonprofit Roundtable, to develop a strategic plan that defines the National Capital Region (NCR) nonprofit sector's role in emergency response and recovery. This plan will be designed to work in concert with, and address concerns in, the NCR’s Homeland Security Strategic Plan.
The work will be performed in collaboration with nonprofit agency stakeholders and government and business leaders, including the Nonprofit Emergency Preparedness Task Force and local emergency management agencies. The Fellow will report to the Project Managers represented by each of the collaborating organizations namely, the Nonprofit Roundtable’s Emergency Preparedness Director and Deloitte & Touche USA’s Chief of Staff for Federal Government Services.
The Deloitte Emergency Preparedness Fellow will conduct the primary research and writing during three key phases of the project: Nonprofit Stakeholder Assessment, Analysis of the NCR Strategic Plan, and Roadmap Development. Some of the key tasks within each area are described below. The Project Managers and other subject-matter specialists will provide guidance and oversight during the conduct of all of these activities:
• Nonprofit Stakeholder Assessment
o Develop an initial work plan and schedule of deliverables
o Develop a methodology and rating system for stakeholder assessment
o Conduct stakeholder assessment interviews
o Conduct external research on stakeholders
• Analysis of the NCR Strategic Plan
o Identify relevant initiatives outlined in the NCR Homeland Security Strategic Plan
o Maps these initiatives to the nonprofits’ capabilities as assessed earlier
o Highlight capability gaps to inform the final phase
• Roadmap Development
o Prepare a final Stakeholder Assessment document detailing the identified capability gaps
o Propose a set of remended actions for addressing critical Emergency Preparedness weaknesses
o Assist with initial planning for “tabletop” exercises that could help reduce or eliminate preparedness gaps
Current graduate/post graduate student with outstanding skills or training in strategic planning, research and writing. A demonstrated interest and/or background in homeland security/emergency management and/or the nonprofit sector are a plus.
Fellowship Duration and Work Hours
The Deloitte Emergency Preparedness Fellowship is for one year, mencing approximately in May, 2007. Over the course of the year, the actual time mitment of the position will vary by week depending on the workload at specific points of the project. The Project Managers can be somewhat flexible in consideration of the Fellow’s academic mitments, but expect that hours during any given week could vary from none through full-time (e.g., 40 hours/week). Typical weeks would likely be somewhere in the middle (e.g., approximately 20 hours/week). The Fellowship work plan and budget are designed on the assumption that total hours during the course of the year will be approximately 1,000.
The Deloitte Fellow will be paid a monthly stipend of $2,100.00 during the one-year project. Some pensation will also be provided for local travel/muting required in the performance of this Fellowship.
The following criteria, in no particular order of importance, will be used to select the Fellow:
• Work experience, especially in the area of strategic planning and research (experience in Emergency Preparedness and/or nonprofit sector is a plus);
• Academic record
• Written munications skills, assessed through review of the Educational and Career Goal Statement and any sample papers submitted by candidate
• References from professors or supervisors
• Oral munications skills, assessed through one or more in-person interviews for selected candidates
7015 Lawnwood Court Telephone:
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 E-mail:
American University, Washington, DC, December 2007
M.A. International Communication
Randolph-Macon Women’s College, Lynchburg, VA, May 2004
B.A. Communications, Concentration: International Studies
Malpi International College, Kathmandu Nepal, Aug 2000 – May 2001
Exchange Student Program, International Studies
Millersville University, Millersville, PA, May 2002 – Aug 2002
Exchange Student Program, General Studies
• International Communication, Introduction to Mass Media, Cultural Communication, International Development, Urban Development, Women Environment and Development, Women and Development in South Asia, Community Development, International Development, Health and Development, World Economy and Sustainable Development, Comparative Development Strategies, Cross-Cultural Communication, Communication, Social and Economic Development.
• Women and Development: A South Asian perspective.
The analysis discusses how, as many economies began to industrialize, many theorists began to explore the link between development and women's issues. It examines how women have been traditionally excluded from models of economic development and how their roles were always secondary, as a means of facilitating men's contributions to the economy. Critical review of various approaches that looks at structural adjustment programs and women and gender relations in the household.
• “Bridging the Gap,” Ethnographic Study of a United Nations Development Program for Women in Rural Nepal. The analysis explores the role of United Nations and its programs in the lives of rural women in Nepal. In addition, it also argues for the need to take account of women and gender considerations into development efforts at every level.
The Advocacy Project, Washington, DC
Development Intern, May 2006 – August 2006
• Provided support to the Internship Coordinator for the summer 2006 field internship program that sends out about 15 graduate students to work overseas
• Built a database of NGOs that worked on issues of human rights and advocacy
• Assisted in developing portfolios of our partner organizations
• Participated in all staff and strategic meetings
• Updated AP's contacts database
• Assisted with event planning activities
Law Offices of Lewis and Associates/Lewis Settlement Group, Inc., Arlington, VA
Processor, June 2004 – June 2005
• Processed residential and mercial loans and executed all functions to finalize the deal
• Analyzed client’s data and financial statements to help execute the loans and decisions.
• Researched preparing final title policies, drafting HUD statements, confirming client financial settlement information, and arranging final payoff.
7015 Lawnwood Court Telephone:
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 E-mail:
• Established and maintained collaborative working relationships with title search firms, lenders, banks, mortgage panies, and attorneys.
• Assisted in advising, implementing and reevaluating financial strategy based on client’s preference.
• Coordinates arrangements and schedules for closings, conducting meetings in absence of closing agents.
UN Development Program/Mainstreaming Gender Equity Program, Kathmandu, Nepal
Intern, January 2000 – August 2001, May 2003 – September 2003
• Coordinated and assisted in promotion through program on right to information, gender equality, information technology for development participation, bottom-up planning, knowledge sharing and networking and exploration of public-private partnerships.
• Assisted the field officials promoting sustainable livelihood by organizing woman for self-employment.
• Helped set target group and assisted in organizing women and men Self-Help Group (SHG) to develop their capabilities to function as savings and credit groups to enhance planning and implementing livelihood strategies.
• Played an active role in munity-based rural industrialization for sustainable development.
• Conducted surveys and quantitative analysis in serving areas and its impacts of our services and presented the analysis report to the team leaders.
• Attended seminars and discussions pertaining to operational strategies for financing and improving access to health and cost-efficient methods of protecting the environment with special focus on energy sector.
Randolph-Macon Women’s College, Lynchburg, VA
Student Research Assistant, August 2002-May 2003
• Chosen to collaborate with Quillian Scholar in research exploring “Women, Environment, and Development.”
• Coordinated and assisted in conducting several seminars on Women and Development, primarily focusing on South Asia.
• Actively participated in a yearlong research project examining the role of international organizations towards the improvement of the status of women in developing countries.
Maiti Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Intern, June 1999 – August 2000
• Played an active role in prevention of sex trade, transit and rehabilitation program through out Nepal.
• Assisted with the awareness and advocacy campaigns to enhance the programs.
• Conducted research and assisted on program development.
• Helped in the grant writers by putting together proposals and meeting the datelines.
• Advocated against the battered women and child labor.
• Excellent written and munication skills
• Strong analytical and research skills
• Computer Skills: MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Project Management, Statistical Packages (SAS), STATA.
• Secretary, Club Asia
• Active Member, Pan World Club
• English & Nepali: Fluent - Written and Verbal
• Hindi working knowledge
Thank you very much. Please let me know if you have any question at
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Essay Instructions: This is goal statement paper. It is to explain why I want to enter into nursing school at Oakland University in there second degree program. I am changing my career field not only because I am not happy with what I am doing currently, but I want to help people. Also mention that I am a Army veteran that has been to both Iraq and Afghanistan. I have seen injured soldiers and wanted to help but did not have the proper training, and if I get deployed again being a nurse would help me do this.
I have my masters degree and graduated with a 3.83 from Ashford University which I earned while I was in Afghanistan. I have matured and gained focus that will allow me to do well in this program and be a good representative for Oakland University. I will not be working during this program so I can focus on my studies. I will be receiving military assistance to help pay for this so I will have less of a financial burden. My brother is a nurse and I have always looked up to him and what he does and no I have a chance to follow in his footsteps. Being a nurse would be a career that will give me pride in know that I will be helping people everyday.
Please feel free to expand on this and make it appear that this is my dream job and what I have always wanted to do and will do a great job. This letter is part of an entrance application, it has to be between 500 and 1000's words. If it needs to be a page longer let me know. If you (the writer) have any questions please contact me. If you need to get ahold of me right away here is my cell .
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