The Love for the Game I have grown up playing soccer which has become a true passion for me. Being on the field is a moment where I feel like I’m in my own little world. The smell of the freshly cut, green grass is a scent that I will always remember. It’s a sport where it is played in the summer, under the blazing sun which is usually as hot as an oven. Hearing the crowd cheer for my team makes me realize that I am truly a part of something. Those first road trips I took with my team were experiences that I will remember for the rest of my life. That taste of my first goal with the cold, windy breeze blowing through my hair is a memory that I still get chills thinking about it. Opening up those soft but silky new pair of soccer cleats is an unforgettable moment when I first laid my glistening eyes upon them. Sometimes I feel there is a glow to them where as I am not sure if they’re actually glowing, or in my mind they are through happiness. Looking around as I’m on the field, I usually take a moment to take a glimpse of my surroundings. I see my teammates who I’ve grown up with most of them, the audience cheering us on, and my family supporting me no matter what I do. This makes me realize how lucky I truly am. To play a sport that I truly love with close friends and supportive family is something that I will always cherish. My father is from Scotland which is their national sport so he has a passion for the game like me. It is a way that we have bonded for years. We
Georgia Correctional Health Care
Increasing Staff Motivation and Satisfaction
MGMT 591: Leadership and Organizational Behavior
Professor Brett Gordon
December 17, 2012
The organization that will be the topic of discussion in my final project paper is Georgia Health Sciences Universities (GHSU), Georgia Correctional Healthcare (GCHC) division. GHSU is both a hospital and teaching institution based in Augusta, Georgia. GHSU was founded in 1828.…
For my term paper I will examine some the corporate scandals that led to the creation of the act.
Deragulation was lobbied for hard on wall street during the Bush Presidency. The public was lead to believe that loosing the rules on corporate practices would lead to more business and therefore more job opportunities. In some cases this actually worked.…
Learning activity Term Paper
Test for Hidden Bias
The Implicit Association Test, tests for unconscious biases. I chose this learning activity to see if I have any hidden biases. I have always believed that I was a straight shooter never putting on a facade or giving a false presentation of myself. To prepare for taking this activity, I made sure that I was in a quiet room, away from any distractions. I concentrated on each activity as they appeared on my computer screen.…
The term “White Hat” has been slang term that often refers to an ethical hacker, who tends to be a computer security expert. These types of hackers have been known to specialize in penetration testing and help to ensure the security of an organization’s information system. This is unlike other type of hacker’s such as the “BLACK HAT” and the “GREY HAT”.…
The types of unauthorized access that are discussed in this paper are Hardware, network, software, freedom in the IT world, web/data mining, and hacking. From a hardware standpoint unauthorized access can come in a form of a rogue access point, which has the capability of having unauthorized users steal information.…
The Emancipation Proclamation
and the Death of an American Hero.
History 150 Online
10 March 2014
There were many different events that happened during the time of President Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War. President Abraham Lincoln came up with the Emancipation Proclamation which was an effort to help end slavery, eventually leading to the thirteenth amendment to abolish slavery altogether. Sadly his life was cut short. John Wilkes Booth assassinated him…
- In the beginning of the 1900s, America had 76 million people, mostly in good condition. Then
before the first decade of the 20th century, the U.S. would be influenced by a “Progressive
movement’ that fought against monopolies, corruption, inefficiency, and social injustice.
1. The purpose of the Progressives was to use the government as an agency of human welfare.
- The Progressives had their roots in the Greenback Labor Party of the 1870s and 1880s and the
September 16 2013
Compare and Contrast Community Organizations
The two community organizations that I choose to compare and contrast is Do-All,Inc and United Way. I have worked with both of these organizations in the past, and they are both really good organizations, and do a lot of improve the overall community.
Do-All, Inc. evolved from a dream for a better life for people with disabilities. Do-All, Inc was formed in 1952 by the Bay County Association of Retarded Citizens…
Pediatric Oncology Nursing
Did you know that one in one hundred new nurses will become a pediatric oncology nurse? Pediatric oncology nursing is a very demanding and heartwarming career. To be a pediatric oncology nurse means to be a primary care coordinator for the management of patients with cancer. A pediatric oncology nurse will assess patient needs, implementing a plan with appropriate tasks for the patient to gain progress. Not only will the pediatric oncology nurse help with the patient,…
Software as a Service (SaaS) has the potential to transform the way information-technology (IT) departments relate to and even think about their role as providers of computing services to the rest of the enterprise. The emergence of SaaS as an effective software-delivery mechanism creates an opportunity for IT departments to change their focus from deploying and supporting applications to managing the services that those applications provide. A successful service-centric IT, in turn…