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“The Trials and Tribulations of Teenagers in the Age of Social Media: A Creative Nonfiction Exploration”

Note ( this is a creative writing project. Also, no use of Al, Chat Gpt please !!) . Write a creative nonfiction life writing about the struggles that teenagers face in today’s generation. like the impact of social media on self esteem, body image and social media comparison. ( creative nonfiction writing but NOT journalistic form such as feature article). please consider what kind of research are you going to make ?). the books you’re going to read which will help you to achieve great writing )… in a separate order you’ll write a 1000 critical commentary. which you’ll be adding references and explain the process you took to write etc. I’ll update you with more information if needed and please do let me know if you have any questions )

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Title: “My Sanctuary: Exploring the Intersection of Place and Beliefs”

For this paper you will choose a specific location/place that is your favorite and explore how that place relates to what you believe about the world. You will practice dialectical movement in your writing as you describe the place in rich detail and also show the importance of that place and describe what you believe about the world. You will practice inquiry through observation, exploration and reflection. outside research; some may require much more personal reflection.
There is no minimum number of sources or restraints on place—it can be any place you choose, as long as it means something to you and connects to your larger ideas.
Your essay should:
• describe a place and its importance.
• clearly express your thoughts and ideas.
• engage narrative writing.
• use descriptive language.
• show evidence of dialectical movement.

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“Empowering Others: How My AIU Education Will Make a Difference” As a prospective student of American InterContinental University (AIU), I am grateful for the opportunity to apply for the AIU Advantage Grant. This grant not only provides financial

Students applying for an American InterContinental University, a member of the American InterContinental University System (AIU) Advantage Grant must submit a minimum 500-word essay on how they intend to use the skills learned at AIU to benefit others and society.
Students must be enrolled in a degree program of study at AIU.
No grant award will be disbursed prior to attendance at AIU.
Essays are reviewed each session by the AIU Grant Committee and students are notified of any grant awards in writing.
* Please use the space below to submit a minimum 500-word essay on how you intend to use the skills learned at AIU to benefit others and

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Title: Exploring the Elements: AIR and FIRE Experiences

1) Describe your experience 1)greeting, 2) feeling, 3) expressing gratitude with the AIR element.  What was this like for you?  Did you have thoughts? Did you experience emotions? Did you have sensory experiences–sight, smell, taste, touch, hearing.  Were you indoors or outdoors? Both? Share any experiences you would like to share and if you have any questions please ask.
2) Next write about your experience with the FIRE element.  Follow the instructions above.

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“Unleashing My Passion for Technology: A Personal Essay”

In order to learn more about you beyond your grades, test scores and accomplishments, we ask that you provide a written essay on a topic of your choice.  Whatever the topic may be, it must tie back to you in some way. We are looking for your ability to write clearly and concisely, using your own voice.  The length of your essay should range between 250-650 words.
I need NO AI in the following essay. I had this essay done by someone in essay pro already and failed to follow instructions of no external help (AI), THIS IS ESSENTIAL. The essay I was given, i took a look and uploaded it to an AI detector by each paragraph it had AI. I need this paper to be AI free. Some things you should know about me, I’m majoring in computer science and would like to take a stab to technology and the field of computers. I’m currently  transferring from my current college. I need this ASAP. Latest tomorrow by 9:40am to check it and make sure there isn’t anything worth adding. If you want put it in blank where the college name is supposed to be in the essay I’m goi no to use this essay for multiple colleges but I this for tomorrow Morning the latest as i alredy expressed because one of my most important options is two hours after the deadline. Creative writing. ONCE AGAIN NO AI. Thank you if this is done correctly and professionally, wait to hear back from for other tasks. This College, University is also in Boston you could also talk about that. 

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Title: Creating a Comprehensive Events Operations Manual: A Guide to Successful Event Development and Analysis

A min of 10 Reliable academic sources is needed in order to validate your Manual
Events Operations Manual should include the following structure:
➢ Table of Contents
Introduction
Introduce your paper in a structured way that shows the flow and overall organization and gives
a clear structure to the reader. It must contain briefly:
Note – Each sections need to be written as a paragraph, table with bullets points will not be
accepted.
Why of the motto & mission statement?
What is expected of you to archive?
What is your role.
➢ Main body:
C.1- Event development
In this section, you will have to begin to elaborate more, to provide context to the reader
regarding your event itself, focus on what is expected.
1. Pre- Event presentation
Use the 5 Ws to make a full description of the event you organized.
How have you generally contributed to the overall result of the event?
What is the main point in your event proposal?
2. Organizational chart (use an actual chart stating hierarchy between group members)
What is an event team? Define your understanding and reflect on how you
experienced yours.
What is your role (specific) in the event?
C.2- Department Analysis
Due to the nature of Events Operations Manual, in this section, you will have to expand the S.W.O.T
Analysis introduced before by explaining in deep the importance of each aspect of it, do not write in
bullet points, elaborate more.
Note – Each sections need to be written as a paragraph, table with bullets points will not be
accepted.
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S- Strength.
Analyze the positive approach of your departments to the event.
Can It be applied in a real business situation?
Define a real-life example and tie it to what discussed before
W-Weakness
Elaborate more on the aspect of weakness to prevent.
How can prevention and backup plan assist you in and during the simulation?
In terms of negative results, how much does it affect the overall development of the
event.
O-Opportunity.
Study the difference between what was expected and what happened during the
simulation, identify the missing opportunities.
How it is important to develop a new way to turn a mistake in earnings?
When, in business, it is important to share with the others team members missing
opportunities?
T-Threats
What is the main risk in your department?
Elaborate the concept of risk against danger.
How the treats help in the development of winning strategies
C.3- After event Analysis
In this section the candidate will have to discuss the differences between what was planned and how
the actual simulation developed itself.
Compared to what has been planned how the simulation diverts from the intended path
How does an Event’s business control the outcome of the events themselves?
Conclusion
In this section the whole group will have to elaborate a conclusion paragraph to evaluate the
personal learning out come and compared it with the group’s one
What are the roles of the concepts of groups dynamics in the final result
How did the authors participate and what is the final reflection?
Appendices:
The sources of ALL appendices must be clearly indicated.
G- Drive overview
Persona templates
Pictures to illustrate the content of your report
Poster, logo
Links to the social media accounts
BEO (Event schedule) 

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“The Importance of Tradition and Community in Moral Development: A Critical Analysis of Alasdair MacIntyre’s ‘After Virtue'” In his essay “After Virtue,” philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre argues that modern society has lost its

summarize the reading in your own words. This summary should be detailed, comprehensive, and competent. It will demonstrate your understanding of the reading. The summary will include a restatement of the reading’s central thesis and supporting arguments in your own words.
take a stand on the reading: defend it or refute it. Is the author right or wrong? Go through the thesis statement and supporting arguments. If you agree with them, tell me why you agree, not simply that you agree. If you disagree, tell me, why you agree, not simply that you disagree. whether you think the author is right or wrong, support your arguments with external examples to illustrate your points. It must be something new. It should also be something you can cite from a news source, journal article, published report, or book. That is, you cannot use a personal experience as an external example.
You can select, three readings out of first 5 for the critical analysis papers
https://epistemh.pbworks.com/f/4.+Macintyre.pdf
Times New Roman, 12 pt. font, double spaced. APA style citation. 3-4 pages

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“The Outsider-Activist: Virginia Woolf’s Perspective on Feminism, Pacifism, and Social Change in Three Guineas”

At the very end of Three Guineas, an essay about whether or not to donate money to various causes, Virginia Woolf says the following: “We can best help you to prevent war not by joining your society but by remaining outside your society but in cooperation with its aim” (170). This idea of being an outsider-activist is important for Woolf—at one point she speaks of creating an “Outsider’s Society” even (126)—but just what does she mean by this notion? Why should women remain outsiders? And outside of what, exactly, should they stand? In addressing these questions, I wonder if you might also be able to explain another quotation from the end of Woolf’s book, which you can find on page 168: “the public and the private worlds are inseparably connected,” Woolf writes, and “the tyrannies and servilities of the one are the tyrannies and servilities of the other.” Three Guineas addresses education and employment, feminism and pacificism. But how are all of these things related? Did the nurses of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade described in Patai’s article think the way Woolf did? Last but not least, I would be particularly interested to hear if you think Woolf’s or Patai’s texts are relevant today, as we witness a resurgence of right-wing extremism, anti-feminist politics, and virulent militarism. Do these texts help us to understand not just the past but also, perhaps, the present? Does Woolf suggest a way to be both a feminist and a pacifist at the same time today?

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Title: The Fallacy of Passion: Why It Should Not Be the Sole Basis for Career Choice Introduction: Passion has long been touted as the key ingredient for a successful and fulfilling career. Many have been encouraged to follow their passions and turn

For years, many have argued that it is imperative to be passionate about your chosen job/career. More
recently however, the notion that passion is a poor foundation on which to base your career choice
has become far more arguable and true.
Write a discursive essay where you agree with this statement. Give 3 points as to why you agree and 2 counterpoints. Follow the correct format of a discursive essay. 

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“Coming of Age: The Characteristics and Responsibilities of Adulthood”

Hi this is an essay of at least 800 words that describes the characteristics and responsibilities that you believe demonstrate that an individual has become an adult. There needs to be an introduction paragraph with a good interesting hook at the beginning, following with background information, leading to the thesis which could be for example three ways/adjectives that describes when one is an adult. In addition to, three body paragraphs that link back to the thesis statement, with background and examples, could be personal stories. Then a conclusion wrapping it all and restating the significance of the thesis statement. Below I attached the file of grading rubric, with the prompt.