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Transcript of Personal Profile
Active faith life
Fulfillment of potential, purpose
Physical protection & nourishment
Level of self-discipline
50% of applicants admitted to
Top 5 Values
Yilin Chen (OGX, Egypt)
Katie Christon (ER, Brazil)
Hanna Homestead (OGX, India)
Hanna Kim (ER, Czech Republic)
Pauline Michalik (BD, Brazil)
Michaela Miller (OGX, Chile)
Teng Heong Ng (Comm, India)
C.J. Penkert (BD, China)
Chanho Eric Roh (TM, India)
Kathryn Wundrow (OGX, Colombia)
Members went abroad
TNs that we are
currently working with
- Kind & caring
- A good listener
- A good friend
If you knew me well..
*coming this Wednesday!
FRIENDS & FAMILY
MAKE MEMORIES WITH
WE'RE EACH GIVEN ONE BODY... SO WE NEED TO TAKE CARE OF IT
EATING WELL & WORKING OUT MAKES YOU LOOK GOOD & FEEL GOOD
IS A PART OF MY EVERYDAY LIFE
MAKES EVERYTHING A LITTLE BIT BETTER
KEEPS ME POSITIVE
I ENJOY GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
I WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD
“To leave the world a little better than you found it. That's the best a man can ever do.” -Paul Auster
GUIDES ME IN DECISIONS
HELPS ME GET THROUGH ROUGH TIMES
HELPS ME BE A BETTER PERSON
HAVE A POSITIVE OUTLOOK ON LIFE
SEE THE GOOD IN A SITUATION BEFORE THE BAD
PHLEGMATIC / MELANCHOLIC - WHAT I THOUGHT
CALM IN FACE OF DIFFICULTIES, LAID BACK, UNFLUSTERED
REFLECTIVE, INTROSPECTIVE, GOOD LISTENER, LOYAL FRIEND, CALM & PEACEFUL, SINCERE
CHOLERIC / SANGUINE - WHAT MY FRIENDS THOUGHT
WILLING TO TAKE A STAND, SHOWS INITIATIVE, IS A LEADER, AGGRESSIVE, TAKES CHARGE
LIGHT-HEARTED, CHEERFUL, CONFIDENT
GOOD SENSE OF HUMOR
LACKS SOME RESPONSIBILITY
MY MISSION IS TO TRAVELTHE WORLD, SERVE & INSPIRE OTHERS THROUGH MY THOUGHTS, WORDS, & ACTIONS, AND TO LEAVE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE THAN I FOUND IT.
Myers Briggs Type
INTJ & ENTJ
Driven, achieve goals
Quikly see patterns
Organize a job & carry it through
Skeptical & independent
High standards of competence & performance
Assume leadership readily
Quickly see illogical &inefficient procedure & policies
Enjoy long-term planning & goal setting
Usually well informed & well read
Enjoy expanding their knowledge & passing it on to others
What I Like Most
*NOT AFRAID TO BE MYSELF*
HUMOR & WIT
I live on the edge. From the way I precariously pile my hair on top of my head to my habit of drinking milk with nearly every meal (yes, even pizza), I am
undoubtedly one dangerous chick. While most people follow the laws of nature, for instance, I tend to break them without even trying.
A Story About Me.
Scientists say that it is physically impossible for humans to fly, but at 7:21 that Saturday night, I defied the laws of gravity and flew five feet in the air. Smack. After that mechanical bull of a tube flung me off its slippery back, I slapped the water and let the life vest take over. I immediately knew that something was wrong. The boat glided towards me, and I kept my right arm to my side as I carefully climbed up the ladder. Abbi’s dad docked the boat and drove me to the ER. I had dislocated my elbow.
In 500 Words or Less...
[ College App Style ]
You can’t get hurt on a pontoon, they had said. Nobody gets hurt cruising at 15 mph. However, for a wild card like myself, there’s always room for the unpredictable. I’ve always lived on the edge, with many late night froyo runs and impromptu dance parties, but I took my daredevil act too far when I stepped onto that seemingly innocent boat. Now I had to deal with the consequences.
living on the edge
For two weeks, I wore a splint, which kept my arm bent so that my elbow would not re-dislocate. When I could finally take it off, however, my arm wouldn’t move, and I was terrified. Everyday tasks were no longer so simple, and this wild child had a hard time adjusting. But eventually I did. For instance, I learned to let my mother do my hair. All she could do were French braids; even those were a little iffy. However, hair was the least of my problems.
I had to sit out of cheerleading for two months because of my injury. But I felt horrible, so I did everything I could to make up for it. I never missed a practice, and I literally sat out… in the splits. I also learned our pep rally routine from the sidelines.
Physical therapy, a cross between massages and torture, was another challenge I faced. Imagine an inflexible person being forced to do the splits; that’s how my arm felt during PT. There were so many times that I wanted to just give up, but I knew that I needed physical therapy to get my arm back to normal. I let my physical therapist push me to my limits, and after about a month, I began strength training. Eventually I made it back to cheerleading, and I could once again brush my own hair.
My injury, however, still impacts me today. Physically, I still can't completely straighten my arm, but on a deeper level, I have learned to make the best out of bad situations, to work hard when times are tough, and to embrace my inner daredevil.