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I haven't achieved much in my life so far, how do I write a good college essay?

Chris Kim just nailed the main issue.For many colleges and universities, the question isn't what you've done (you're going to be sitting in a classroom where there will be relatively little call for you to fight bulls without a cape, cross a hundred miles of desert with a homemade compass, or discover a new subatomic particle). The question is, are you interesting? Would it be interesting to have you in class?And here's the magic: interesting people are people who are interested in things. Making macaroni and cheese from a box, as described by an engaged, attentive, interested, thoughtful person, is interesting. Climbing Aconagua, as described by some dude that just wanted to go home, order a pizza, and play video games, and just did what the guide told him till he was back off the mountain? DULL.The guided-planned-and-manufactured experiences for college applications business is a racket, an even bigger con than the idea that you become interesting by what you wear or what Daddy bought you. Good admissions officers and committees see right through it. Inept or foolish ones populate their campuses with dull people who are incapable of becoming interesting -- and you don't want to be on those campuses anyway.So find something to be really interested in; learn as much as you can about it in the time you have; write about what you learned and let your fascination show. For some inspiration, see"In the Laboratory With Agassiz," by Samuel H. ScudderThe Pencil: A History of Design and Circumstance: Henry Petroski: 9780679734154: Amazon.com: BooksHow to Cook a Wolf: M.F.K. Fisher: 9780865473362: Amazon.com: Books (which, despite the title, is about excellent cooking on a budget -- cooking the metaphorical "wolf at the door")Dead fish, pencils, and things to do with leftover noodles are compelling -- seen through the eyes of an attentive person. A disengaged dullard can make a trip to the moon on gossamer wings into an uneventful elevator ride. Pick a subject that fascinates you, put in the time, and show them that you're the first of those, and if they're smart, they'll want you (and if they're not, to hell with them).

Why are Brazilians considered Latino, but Haitians are often not?

I don’t wanna bust your bubble, but despite being ‘Brazilian’, I’m not latino.Many Brazilians are not latinos either or do not consider themselves latin.1. My grandparents are German, Hungarian, Lebanese and Russian, see any latin countries there?2. Despite being born in Brazil and living here I was grown up differently of how Brazilians are educated.3. I do not identify myself with Brazilian ways of living nor ‘latin’.4. In US College Applications forms there are different checkboxes for[ ] Latin and [ ]Brazilian.5. Am I latin only because I speak portuguese or I am latin because of my way of living and my culture?6. If you consider the culture, there are many different cultures in Brazil and they are not closely related to ‘latin’ countries.7. If you consider ways of living, compare the latin stereotype with the brazilian stereotype and see how different they are.8. If you consider the language, then Macau (China) is latin too, because they were colonized by portuguese and there are portuguese speakers in there, so is Angola (Africa), Cape Verde (Africa) and every other country that speaks a ‘latin derived’ language.9. There is only one race, there are varied skin colors and many nationalities.Latin is a very inaccurate word even for what everyone would agree as a ‘latin country’ and its people.There are Hispanic Americans, there are Brazilians.Latin America was an attempt to be demeaning when portraying the Anglo-Saxon superiority of US/Canada.There’s no such thing as Latin America.Even Hispanic America has different cultures and you cannot portray Argentinians the same way as Mexicans or Colombians.

What is it like to be a software engineering intern at Amazon Cape Town?

My short answer: a memorable experience.Why?Cape Town is a unique city, not surprisingly featured on most-beautiful-city lists like this one: Cape Town named the most beautiful city in the world.Amazon Development Center is located between the mountains and the seas in this impressive landscape:​South Africa has 11 official languages. English is one of them and it's spoken by the majority of people here.If you like nature, this country should be a must visit. For instance, you can see a dozen whales in an hour sailing on the bay.A whale in Hermanus' bay, a city nearby:And you also get to see the big five in the wild.​​I haven't had those opportunities before, despite the fact that I have been traveling quite a lot.Company-wise, it is what I was expecting. I came here right after an internship at Google. Here you also get some benefits offered by top tech companies, including flexible working hours and a relaxed environment.You know those days when you feel tired? Just don't bother waking up early to work. The upside of this freedom for the company is that since you work when you want, you can make every single hour spent in the office worth it. I hope answering this question on Quora will also be helpful to some extent, it might encourage someone to do an internship here =)​Yes, "Work Hard" is part of Amazon's culture. But I've seen way more "Work Smart" here.You can sit in those cozy chairs with your laptop and work with your projects like I do sometimes:Don't forget about the "Have Fun" part! I use to play pool often here.​​Of course, there are other games as well, it's up to you.I work with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, a.k.a. EC2. On my team, I feel surrounded by friendly, motivated and intelligent people. And there's another intern on my team. He hasn't started college, yet here's brilliant and a better software engineer than the average CS recent grad.Amazon EC2 was first created in Cape Town in 2005. Then Amazon started building an AWS Support team in Cape Town, which provides global technical support for mission-critical applications using AWS services such as EC2, S3 and RDS. You can read more about it here: http://www.adccpt.com/Regarding my project, it is interesting but I can't reveal much about it by now, sorry.Amazon Cape Town pays well. The flip side is that they don't offer free food and gym like other companies do. Anyway, from the office you can just cross the street and pay for those services. Cost of living in Cape Town is cheap, you feel rich even as an intern. Indeed, as an intern you make in one day more than 20% of South Africa's population earn in 2 months!!One more thing. Beware of the muggers! It is a real issue here. One day, surprisingly at 1pm, I was calmly listening to music and walking to a coffee shop. A guy appeared in front of me, drew his knife and said "gimme your stuff". I stared at him for a while to realize it was actually happening. And I ran. Fast. He chased me. He was falling behind and he stopped once we were approaching a busy street crossing. So don't wear expensive devices on the streets or you gotta be a good sprinter to not lose your stuff.Final words, I don't regret my choice. It has been a nice experience. Unless you have a dream offer to accept instead, I can't but recommend it. And best of luck if you're going to apply!Disclaimer: this answer only reflects my personal experience.

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