S: To be able to figure out my schedule for fall quarter. I have a hold of my course schedule for UW, i’ve never had a schedule like it before. The classes are 2-3 times a week, there’s scheduled seminars and there’s scheduled test dates throughout a 3 month period which is a quarter. I suppose what I need to do is try to familiarize myself with the schedule and visualize what it’s like to practice it.
Francisco’s SMART Goals
One of my goals this year is to have really good grades in school and to pass all my classes and hopefully end with a 3.7 or higher GPA. I will achieve this goal by not slacking off in class and actually paying attention, not being on my phone and not talking to friends. I have a whole year to complete this and hopefully it stays like that for the other three years.
I’ve had a hard time putting together a blog post for the theme of S.M.A.R.T. goals and personal sustainability. I have a lot of dreams for my future. I want to become a better runner, get into UW, become fluent in Spanish, travel the world, make a difference, and so much more. I wasn’t sure how to write about any of these aspirations. While brainstorming for days about what to make this article focus on, I started thinking a lot about my most cherished memories and what in my life makes me happiest.
Hana’s SMART Goals
My SMART goals for APAP are to become more aware of environmental issues and create a scrapbook filled with pictures of all the memories we’ve shared. I would also like to share all the knowledge I’ve gained from the program with others.
May’s SMART Goals
My goal is to be a monster hunter. Yes, that’s my main goal. The reason why I want to be a monster hunter is because of my first time, hopefully not the last, witnessing a monster.
India’s SMART Goals
A couple of weeks ago I was at the mall with my mom and sister. We figured we’d go into Lush to goof around and smell things. What I wasn’t expecting when we walked in is that I would leave with a new job opportunity and SMART goal.