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St. Johns College Environmental Scientist/Specialist Robert Hickey Period 1 Key Facts About St. Johns Its has campuses in Annapolis, Maryland and Sante Fe, New Mexico. It is in a small town setting. It is a non-profit private school. There are 431 Undergraduate Students. The ratio of faculty to students is 1:6 Admissions The majority of freshmen scored between on the SAT Math Section, between on the verbal portion, and between on the ACT. Tuition and Costs The tuition is $38,854 The total yearly cost is $48,738 The average financial aid package is $19,485 Programs Offered The programs offered at St. Johns That interest me are science, physics, philosophy, and ethics programs. Sports and Campus Life St. Johns does not have any varsity sports. They do however have a fencing club and a croquet club. Career Connect St. Johns offers students access to an Alumni Network. College Essay St Johns has a 3 or 4 part essay that is expected to be 5 to 10 pages long. 1. Explain in detail why you wish to attend St. Johns College; please evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your formal education to date. 2. Respond to both parts: (a) Describe your reading habits and your experience with books. (b) Choose some book that has been important in shaping your thoughts and discuss a single aspect of it (not the book as a whole) that is particularly significant to you. 3. Select some experience from which you have derived exceptional benefit and describe it, explaining its value to you. 4. Optional. If you wish, provide the Admissions Committee with any additional information that you think is relevant to our consideration of your application. You may wish to discuss your health or family situation, your special talents or hobbies, your religious life, your accomplishments, or your postcollege plans. Other Facts The entire curriculum is taught by reading 100 of the Great Books. 64 members of the faculty have a Ph.D. The average class size is between 12 and students. 80% of students go onto graduate school. It is one of the Colleges That Change Lives. Environmental Scientist/Specialist They conduct research to develop methods of eliminating or controlling sources of environmental pollutants, utilizing knowledge of various scientific disciplines. They collect and analyze data from pollution emission measurements, atmospheric monitoring, meteorological and mineralogical information, or soil and water samples. Is this for you? This career is investigative, it involves independence and achievements, and requires a general learning ability. This matches my work values, interests, and aptitudes. Skills Needed Reading Comprehension Active Listening Writing What to learn? Students should take Physics in high school and Environmental Science in College. Money Pittsburgh The average annual wage is $51,060. The entry annual wage is $30,410. The experienced annual wage is $76,880. National The average annual wage is $66,020. The entry annual wage is $35,660. Outlook Nationally, this job is increasing by 25.1% a year. The new job openings are a very small number. In Pennsylvania, the job is increasing by 17%, with 79 new job openings every year.