I want to notate that preservered and even though i didn’t get accepted last year, i am trying to do everything in my power to get accepted this upcoming year.

Please submit a concise essay (200-word limit essay prompt).
Prompt 2: Describe a challenge you face in your life and the strategies taken to overcome the challenge.
** Just a little background info to make it easier to write. I want to mention me applying to the Air Force NECP (Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program) in Jan 2022, but didn’t get accepted. I also applied to the University of Maryland College of Nursing, but didn’t get accepted either. I want to notate that preservered and even though I didn’t get accepted last year, I am trying to do everything in my power to get accepted this upcoming year.
Please try your best to make it sound really good. If you have any questions, please reach out.


Does joe schmoe’s ambitious marketing strategy present any privacy concerns with respect to customers’ private information?

Joe Schmoe, a young electronic engineer, has developed a microchip that can be implanted in pets.
His microchip design celebrates a state-of-the-art size and considerable information storage. Such
information includes the pet owner’s name, address, and phone number; as well as the veterinarian’s name, address, and phone number. The chip uses a passive radio frequency identification technology that allows reading stored information with a basic scanning device. Such devices can be acquired by veterinarians and humane societies.
Joe’s marketing strategy involves targeting humane societies in locations where local ordinances
encourage or require pet owners to implant such microchips in pets. Such a strategy would mount to a technological breakthrough given the fact that there are over 200 million pet dogs and cats in the
United States. Joe has aspirations to sell tens of millions of microchips in the U.S. alone since his
innovation presents no controversial or animal cruelty issues. Given that production costs are modest, Joe invests heavily in marketing the chip on the web, in print media, and at national animal shows.
Eventually, Joe’s strategy becomes a success, and he actually sells millions of microchips to the point where his production capacity is stretched too thin. The product growth overwhelms Joe’s ability to
produce and distribute the microchip on his own. Joe started seeking multiple production channels,
including overseas companies, to keep up with the U.S. market demand. Joe is increasingly ambitious to reach his economic goals.
Case Study Questions
1. Does Joe Schmoe’s ambitious marketing strategy present any privacy concerns with respect to customers’ private information? If so, why? Please, elaborate.
2. How do aspects of electronic information raise legal and ethical issues?


Assignment 3

Visit to Community Resource and Digital Learning Resource Weighting: 30%
Length and/or format: 2000 words equivalent / Website design.
Learning outcomes assessed: LO1, LO2, LO3
How to submit: URL Link Electronically, via Assignment Box on LEO
Return of assignment: Electronically, via Assignment Box on LEO 3 weeks post submission
Assessment criteria:
• Rationale demonstrates conceptual knowledge and understanding of the HaSS curriculum with
connection to inquiry learning, pedagogical approaches applied to a community resource to strengthen
the teaching of Humanities in Primary school.
• Demonstrates knowledge and skill to modify content and use a range of teaching strategies and
assessment to communicate content with connections to a community resource and the HaSS curriculum
• Demonstrates pedagogical approaches to communicate content using a digital interface
• Demonstrates application of resources to support the learning of HaSS using a community resource
• Appropriate use of language: punctuation, tense, grammar, spelling. Accurate APA referencing
This task has two parts and will assist you to understand the importance of using authentic learning
experiences, such as community resources*, to support the teaching of History, Geography, Civic and
Citizenship, Economics and Business education in the primary classroom, which is key to creating active
and informed citizens. Through research, evaluation and critical analysis, as well as considering a range
of pedagogical approaches you will create a digital teaching resource that considers the following:
• Organize information into meaningful categories
• Learn terms, facts, and concepts of this subject
• Synthesize and integrate information, ideas and concepts
• Think about the “big picture” and see connections among concepts
• Think creatively about this subject
• Improve long-term memory skills for accessible knowledge
• Develop higher-level thinking skills, strategies, and habits
• Use technologies effectively
*Community Resources: are sites that enable place-based learning to occur. These can be historical,
geographical, cultural, societal, sporting, natural, built, memorials, museums, locations, physical, virtual.
Part A: Visit to Community Resource
You will need to arrange a visit to a community resource in your city or surrounding areas. Prior to going,
visit the website for your community resource and plan ahead what you want to achieve whilst there.
Read Cullen’s article (LEO Assessments Module) and relevant material in preparation for your visit.


Write an approximately 1800-word paper, apa formatted, with three sources.

SWOT Analysis illustration – Strengths->Weaknesses->Opportunities->Threats
“Environmental analysis is a critical part of the strategic management planning process. The SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) framework is proposed by many as an analytical tool which should be used to categorize significant environmental factors both internal and external to the organization.” (Pickton & Wright 1998).
Pick a training program at your current company, discuss its S.W.O.T (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) that could prevent this training from being effective. Think of the ‘S’ and ‘W’ as internal factors you control and the ‘O ‘and ‘T’ as external factors you do not control (or you may have limited control in some cases).
Write an approximately 1800-word paper, APA formatted, with three sources. Please reflect not only on the presented articles but on the ones you find online or in our library.
Pickton, D. W., & Wright, S. (1998). What’s SWOT in strategic analysis? Strategic change, 7(2), 101-109.


Write an original 12-bar classic blues lyric using the following instructions:

Write an original 12-bar Classic Blues Lyric using the following instructions:
• Create an appropriate title for your blues.
• Indicate whether your lyrics are fictional or non-fictional.
• Compose a minimum of five stanzas with each stanza consisting of
three lines in a, a, b form. Skip an additional space between stanzas.
• The “a” lines and the “b” line should end with words that are in exact
rhyme with each other.
• Practice reading your lyrics aloud for sound, substance, and rhythmical
• Include appropriate punctuation – i.e., periods, commas, and the like.
You may also use dialect, if characteristic of your subject.
• All papers should be typewritten with your name and the course included.
• Create a story, or scenario in your lyrics with the “a” lines setting up the situation,
and the “b” lines bringing closure to the stanza.
• Be imaginative and creative with your lyrics, speaking them aloud, and/or singing them in order to discern their aural, rhythmic, and musical sense.
Marva Griffin Carter
Look at Bessie Smith’s “Lost Your Head Blues” as a model, except her first stanza does not end in an exact rhyme. You may check textbook readings and/or YouTube for this listening example with lyrics.

Business and Management


There are advantages and disadvantages of being an internal and external OD consultant. Based on your reading of the roles of internal and external consultants, which role do you think is easier? more rewarding? Which role would you prefer? Why?


Do not omit other verbs, though; for example, “economic development” is not an idea, but rather a topic.

Put every idea and point you plan to include in your paper into your outline. (All you’ll have to do then when you draft is make complete sentences and paragraphs from your outline.)
Use a hierarchical structure of main ideas, supporting ideas, supporting details. (Use the outline numbering system of your word processor or Google/One Drive to start at the top level with a Roman number I, then A, then i, then (a), then 1…)
Except for your (working) thesis statement, don’t feel you need to use complete sentences unless you particularly like one from your free-write). You may often omit articles, pronouns, prepositions, and often the verb “to be” (see sample outline);
Do not omit other verbs, though; for example, “Economic development” is not an idea, but rather a topic. “Economic development stagnated in the mid-1990s” is an idea…
Once you have transferred all the ideas from Step 1, look over the outline and see if you have enough evidence to prove your thesis adequately. If not, or if some places need proof, either more of step 1 or do some research to fill in vacant parts of your outline. Remember, your outline should contain every point that you’re going to write in your paper (although, of course, new ideas or questions may arise in your mind as you write, that’s good! It means your piece will be even more sophisticated.).”
You must include a minimum of 7 scientific references in the proper citation. In other words, please use Mendeley and use the journal of your choice as the template (go to Module 2 if you need help with Mendeley). I will be able to know if you used a reference manager and I will deduct points if your references are not listed properly.


Identify two literary devices each author uses to engage the reader and convey his or her messages.

Type an essay of about 1,000 words (4 pages). Explore and discuss three of the following themes as illustrated in “A Doll’s House,” by Henrik Ibsen and in “Sweat,” by Zora Neale Hurston, Include a summary of each reading using “Freytag’s Analysis.”Utilize the handouts, “Literary Criticism,” Approaches to Literary Criticism;” & “Literary Analysis,” as guidelines to do a structured essay as discussed in earlier assignments and teaching notes. Identify two literary devices each author uses to engage the reader and convey his or her messages. [4 devices altogether].
Economic Participation
Financial Security
Relationship with the Home
All sources and background information must be documented according to MLA style.


However, you may find outside references helpful.

Topic: This is going to be a comparison essay, of sorts, where you will choose one of the following topics. Be sure to refer to specific details in the texts you choose. Check your essay for grammatical correctness.
Despite their brevity, how does Annie Proulx’s “55 Miles to the Gas Pump” (350) and Raymond Carver’s “Popular Mechanics” (217) manage to create compelling fictional worlds?
Kurt Vonnegut Jr. is considered a humorist who addresses dark themes. Compare his “Happy Birthday 1951” (353) to Annie Proulx’s “55 Miles to the Gas Pump.” (350). Which is funnier? Why?
Consider the use irony in Annie Proulx’s “55 Miles to the Gas Pump” (350) and Mark Twain’s “The Story of the Good Little Boy” (226). Explain why you find the endings of the stories similar or different in tone.
References: No outside references are expressly required for this first essay. However, you may find outside references helpful.
Format & Grading: The essay is to be 3-5 pages, following MLA format: typed, double-space, 12-point font in Times New Roman with one‑inch margins. This Essay is worth 100 points.