Nissim Mishan

I chose this picture to represent myself because, I feel that the outdoors will always be a part of me. Since I was was little I used to love going outside looking at animals and exploring. As I got older being outdoors became a hobby and I started going on camping, hiking, and kayaking trips. Some of my accomplishments include hiking the entire state of New Jersey on the Appalachian Trail. To this day I continue to look forward to planning more trips and exploring the unknown.   

Adam Perry

This is one of my favorite videos of all time! I love the idea of adventure and breaking the rules. Casey Neistat is a filmmaker who is a great representation of that. Against all odds – such as being born into a poor family, having a kid at 16, and not getting to go to college – he managed to find his way to success. In this video, he talks about how no one can tell you that you can’t do something. In his eyes, you’re capable of anything; you can make your life whatever you want it to be!

Michael Bellido

Hi! My Name is Michael Bellido, The image perfectly describes how I feel about online learning, but we all are trying to adapt to it. Writing isn’t my strongest subject, but I do find it interesting and will strive to progress into a better writer. One of my biggest interests is exploring new things and having fun with others

I love the Patriots and this is a great moment when they won the Super Bowl against the Falcons.


I feel this image represents me well because although I am neither white nor a man, my main goal in life is financial success. I don’t have to be rich, but i do want to be well off and not struggling in terms of finances, which is exactly why I’m studying economics. There aren’t a whole lot of jobs that focus specifically on finance, but another thing I’d like to do is open up an organization in an impoverished community and teach financial literacy and help people get jobs. My belief is that everyone has to start from somewhere, so by helping people understand our economy and essentially how it works, we can help increase their chances of coming out of poverty.

Santi Ocampo

This is a photo of the Colombian flag. This represents me because I take great pride in my Colombian culture. My whole family was born and raised there, except my sister and I. Although I was not born there, the culture is still present in my daily life and I spend as much time as I can in Colombia surrounded with my family.