College tips and advice

Davon Isaiah Moore is a young man from Greenville North, Carolina with monumentous dreams and aspirations of becoming a renowned and impactful force in the television industry. Mr. Moore attends one of the most prestigious HBCU’s in the country, Hampton University where he majors in Broadcast Journalism and minors in Cinema Studies. His “Home by the Sea” is located in Hampton, Virginia right on the Chesapeake Bay. Being the son of Pastor David & Serisa Moore, Davon has inherited many of their traits such as passion, courage, and service to people and different communities. Remarkably enough, Davon has already begun serving his community in a plethora of ways since childhood. He has served as a choir director, musician, and youth director in many churches in Beufort and Pitt counties in North, Carolina. Davon has even started his own non-profit organization called Kingdom Care, which features a food bank, after school program, soup kitchen, summer camp, tutoring program, and kid’s cafe. This organization has been benefiting hundreds of families and children in Eastern, North Carolina since its establishment in 2011.
Upon attending Hampton University, Davon was eager to continue growing and perfecting his craft of being a servant leader amongst his peers so that he can carry out his dreams. Davon is eager to create innovative and controversial media to incite conversations on topics in the form of movies, television shows, and sitcoms. His gift of gab and unique talents will elevate him to fulfill his purpose in life. While attending Hampton University, Davon has been involved in numerous organizations to help perfect his craft. Davon is a student leader in the Greer Dawson Wilson Student Leadership Training Program, Vice Speaker of the Senate for Hampton University’s Student Government Association, Writer for the Scripps Howard School of Journalism Newscast, and serves as a weekly local news and weather reporter for 88.1FM WHOV Newscast. Davon has interned as a radio personality and disc jockey for 104.5 FM WSTK the Vine Connection radio station in Washington, North Carolina; and is currently interning with Cox Chanel 11 show “The View from Hampton U”. Furthermore Davon has written his first screenplay and is currently working to produce a new reality show. Davon’s active involvement amongst campus organizations and beyond has been the driving force of his passion and eagerness to serve any community he resides in. While being involved in numerous organizations, Davon maintains a 3.3 cumulative grade point average and has made Hampton University’s Dean’s List since his first semester. This amazing feat speaks to his ability to correctly maintain and balance both academics and extracurricular activities.
Finally, Davon Moore will be a household name soon enough. His genuine heart, exceptional work ethic, and inviting personality will be the key ingredients to his success. Davon’s talent is evolving and he has been focused on using his talents for the betterment and uplifting of young people across the globe, particularly the African American Community. Davon’s favorite quote is by Ralph Waldo Emerson in which he says, “The purpose of life is not to be happy, it is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, and to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well”. Davon’s hard work, sacrifice and sheer determination will lead to a successful career in the television industry and beyond!

I have always been logistical when it came to my life and future. My parents equipped me with all the tools I needed to survive, but setting goals and wanting to succeed was up to my discretion. I hope to encourage you to get know yourself and know what it is you want to achieve while in and after college.
When setting goals you must first know what it is you want to do. For me, I started setting goals freshman year of high school. I began to plan post-graduation goals. My goals were to graduate high school and attend college. I didn’t know specifically what college I wanted to attend, but I knew that college was a top priority.
Once you know what is you want to do, then you need to come up with the logistics of how you’re going to achieve that goal. In high school, my plan was to maintain above a 2.5 GPA, build relationships with teachers and community leader, and also prepare for the SAT and ACT, then actually apply for college my senior year.
Lastly, after setting goals and coming up with plan it is then time for the execution. You must execute the plan, have the determination and put forth the effort of going through with the plan; so that you can achieve your goal. For me, personally, it was not easy executing my plan. There were bumps in the road, but I had to persevere and tell myself that I could reach my goal.
Once you get into college it is very important to set goals. Otherwise, all four years will pass you by and you will be stuck trying to figure out what to do. Realize that you hold the responsibility of your life, and that no one else can set goals and achieve them for you. You must have the burning desire to be successful and reach your goals. As I stated earlier, my parents taught me everything I needed to know, but I had to put forth the action to make it happen. For example, in the process of my completing applications and registering for the SAT it was my responsibility to do those things myself because it was my goal to attend college.
If you do not know for sure what it is you want to do in life-or you have a hard time trying to achieve your goals-then you should follow your instinct. Your instinct will guide you in the direction that you need to be. Although I’m in college and I have set goals, there are still times when I do not know what to do or do not know the next step to achieve my goal. When I get to that point, I stop what I’m doing and I let my instinct guide me. Instinct is that feeling in your gut that will silently guide you in the way you need to go in order to achieve.
I personally believe that everyone on earth is destined for greatness and holds the capability to win in life no matter what. However you must have that drive and burning desire. If you set your mind right, your life will surely follow.

College tips and advice

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