Miroslav Nemelivsky

Next Steps…
November 30, 2011, 11:30 am
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Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

Participating in the Community Service Project has opened my eyes to many important issues in our society today, most of which I was unaware of until recently. For example, I had no idea that families with a family member that has been diagnosed with cancer had such a hard time dealing with life. The organization we plan to help, the American Cancer Society, does a great job in helping patients deal with cancer as well as helping the cancer-stricken patient’s families. Cancer is not something that can or should be dealt with alone. It is a well known fact that having human support helps people deal with problems, ranging from small tutoring sessions to life-threatening cancer treatment sessions.

Many student clubs at Baruch College were set up to aid students and even entire communities in dealing with their problems. I have joined the Finance and Economic Society to help me further my education of the real world and its financial problems, consequently helping our country with its massive financial woes. Joining this student group, as well as a few others, has shown me the power of teamwork as well as enabling me to work with my fellow peers on many problems. With experience that I am currently gathering at the clubs I actively participate in, I am hoping to put the knowledge I gather to good use. Helping my community with its senior rent subsidy problems as well as building a community center is high on my priority list of things to get done when I win a seat on the community board. The well being of my community is important to me and with its success, I am hoping that other neighborhoods can use it as a positive and, most importantly, a plausible example.

In three years, I am hoping to be well on my way to the actualization of my goals. Playing an active part in my community is important to me, and I am hoping that gaining access to the inner-sanctums of the political forces at play in my community will put forth positive outcomes.

Miro, you are definitely on the right track! So, keep doing what you’re doing! I’m glad to see that you have gained the ability to empathize with others through the assignment in freshman seminar. Sometimes, all we really need is a new perspective.

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