Start with a thought-provoking opening that will draw the reader into your letter of intent.
What personal characteristics, attributes or values do you have that may enhance your chances for success?
What are your career aspirations?
Make this an honest portrayal of who you are.
Edit your document (especially for typos).
Limit your letter of intent to 500 words.
Include your typewritten letter of intent with your application package.
- What are some of the ways to determine the resources needed for a digital forensics investigation?
- What does the author think about nationalism?
- Is a high-quality product more or less expensive than a poor-quality product?
- Explain why we might consider Greenfield’s article a worthwhile source for a college essay?
- Discuss how stress is related to insomnia and chronic illnesses such as depression, coronary heart disease, and ulcers.
- Is a high quality product more or less expensive than a poor quality product?
- Briefly describe a movie (or movie scene) or television show episode of your choice in the introduction to the paper that illustrates at least THREE concepts from Ch. 2 (Culture & Gender), e.g., “individualistic culture,” collectivistic culture,” “monochronic,” “polychronic,” “uncertainty avoidance,” “gender roles,” expressive talk,” “instrumental talk,” affectionate communication,” and so forth.
- Write a full summary-response essay about the chapter we have been reading from Richard Rodriguez’s “Hunger of Memory.”
- Explain what moral reasoning/ethical situation or decision the athletes, coaches, or actors were facing in the clip.
- Write a short reaction essay (2 pages double-spaced, 12 point font) on which type of security (National vs. Human) is more important and why?