Passion Projects - Wharton Wellness Board (2023)

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$300 to pursue your passion?

Wharton Wellness and WAB are excited to announce that Wharton Passion Projects will be returning for its 6th year! This program gives students the opportunity to receive up to $300 to pursue a passion of their choice and be a part of our special Passion Projects Community. We are looking to invite 45 new Passion Projects Fellows to join us this year!

The application is live and closes on November 15, 2020! Check out our Facebook page for more info!

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Brian Xie '23

"For my Passion Project, I picked up a DJ controller and learned how to mix jazz music. I used to play a lot of classical piano before coming to college, but I was never able to make the transition to jazz. In order to learn the basics, I watched a lot of YouTube videos and played along to livestreams that were offering scratch tutorials. My first few months were all spent learning how the most basic transitions worked. However, I've learned that nothing helped me improve more than playing live in front of friends and family. Instead of rewinding every time I made a mistake, I started to learn how to play through errors as best as I could."

"I'm hoping to release some mixes on Soundcloud over the summer. They won't be solely jazz as I have a lot more new music I want to experiment with. One piece of advice I would give to others on pursuing a passion is to set apart a tiny amount of time every day to practice it. At times I felt like I was too busy to fit a session into my day — however, when I started playing, I would completely lose track of these worries and rediscover why I chose this passion in the first place."

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Emily Fu '21

"Growing up, I loved to paint. However, beginning in high school, I started feeling like I no longer had the time for creative outlets. This continued into college, where I felt my time was only 'productive' if it was spent on classes, clubs, or professional development. Painting for my project this semester made me realize how much I still enjoy art and that time isn't wasted if you are doing something that makes you intrinsically happy."

"My series of paintings are inspired by the people around me. I reached out to some of my close friends and asked them to send me photos of places that are meaningful to them or places they traveled to which took their breath away. Here are my sources of inspiration:

Benjamin Liu: Jungfrau, Switzerland

Rebecca Wang: Santorini, Greece

Randy Chen: Niagara Falls, New York

Jackie Lou: Lake Tahoe, California

Benjy Zhang: Himalayas, Nepal

I would encourage people who are putting off pursuing a passion or telling themselves that they don't have the time to be creative, to just start now. Even if it's just 30 minutes a week, I felt a lot calmer when I gave myself the time to stop worrying and spend a little time with myself and a paintbrush."

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Beatrice Karp '22 & Chris Fox '21

"For this semester, we were going to build a summer ski setup for us and others to practice our ski tricks. We were very excited about getting it done for those beautiful days in early April when the weather hits the low 70s for the first time and the campus seems especially vibrant. Unfortunately this wasn’t able to fully happen because of the coronavirus pandemic that has transformed our daily lives, but we look forward to finishing our project in the Fall."

"We were luckily able to get a decent amount of work done early this semester to make it much easier for us when returning to campus. We worked hard to finalize our design for the ramp, which was designed in the 3D modeling application ‘SolidWorks’. While doing this, a lot of attention was put into making sure that it would be as sturdy as possible, so our design time focused on making it easy to store, transport, and set up. Additionally we thought of ways to make it as safe as possible. We were able to buy a number of supplies the week before Spring Break, and planned to do one more shopping trip the week after. On the first trip we purchased multiple long pieces of wood cut to size to be used for the base of our ramp, and we plan to get the rest of the wood when we are back on campus."

"At that point we’ll be able to build it in one or two days or hard work—we had initially planned on building small parts over multiple weeks but realized it would be easiest to devote a couple of full days to the building process. This way we don’t have to worry about pulling out, returning, and cleaning equipment multiple times. And of course it means that the project gets done faster and we’ll be able to use it sooner! In the mean time we are researching fun designs for the ramp such as paint colors, stickers, and old skis we can possibly attach."

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Sabel Anderson Zabriskie '20

"I bought about 20 plants at the beginning of the semester -- ferns, succulents, philodendrons, and other houseplants. I learned how to propagate them and I turned those 20 plants into over 80 plants. My original goal was to give the plants to students to show them how easy and beneficial it is to have a houseplant. I had originally planned to distribute them to Penn students at the showcase along with cards describing how to care for them. Because school was canceled, giving them away to other students has been harder, but I was able to find homes for most of them using Facebook and connecting with my neighbors in my West Philly apartment building. I want to continue growing and propagating plants for myself and hopefully also making many to give away to friends in the future."

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Kate Kassin '20

"This semester, I hosted two cooking classes with randomized groups of my peers. Each class featured a different cuisine from Middle Eastern to Mexican and the meal was centered around roasted chicken which was one of the first substantial things I learned to cook and will always be my favorite meal. Everyone took part in prepping the meal as I walked them through the context and history of different ingredients and dishes."

What was the most exciting part?

"Perhaps the most exciting part of these two experiences was when we sat down at the dinner table. While the groups were randomized, people used this time to share about themselves and to find commonality with the other people at the table whether over a hobby or family tradition. For me, I have always been able to see how food can bring people together. As a graduating senior, I plan to enter the restaurant industry where I hope to continue to bring people together around a table over food. I learned through this experience that my own excitement about cooking and the communal power of sharing a meal was able to translate to my peers."

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Daniyal Choudhury '20

"My Passion Project was training my service dog, Brienne the Beauty. Brienne is a Great Dane, a little over a year old. She is training to be a mobility assistance service dog. Her primary task is to help me with fainting spells arising from a neurological condition – she will alert me before it happens and help keep my balance if it does."

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"Brienne is now fully trained for public access. She goes to classes, shops and restaurants with me every day. She’s even been on over a dozen flights! Our next steps are teaching her specific service tasks and eventually taking the test. You can follow our adventures on Instagram - @brienne_thebeauty."

What was the biggest challenge?

"For us, the biggest challenge was the innate friendliness that comes with a Dane. I spent a long time teaching Brienne not to approach other dogs or humans while working. We use a service harness to tell her she’s in “work mode” when it’s on. It’s a long process because that is not an idea that comes naturally to dogs – but once it clicks it is very rewarding."

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Hoyt Gong '21

"Starting a passion is not as daunting as I thought and I'm grateful to have found that everyone was quite supportive of it. I'm glad I decided to apply for a passion project and have learned a lot about fermentation, tea brewing, and flavor profiles - much more than I initially expected going into this project."

"At first the entire process seemed daunting: figuring out how to keep the SCOBY alive, how to best extract flavor from tea leaves, and how to find an optimal flavor mix. But this passion project helped give me that initial jumpstart I needed to dive into the process. The hardest part was really starting; after my first batch it almost felt second nature for me to imbed brewing kombucha as part of a weekly routine - it was simple, fairly convenient, and I knew my gut microbe was thanking me."

What is your advice to others?

"Overall, I'm pleasantly surprised with the kombucha brewing and sharing experience and highly encourage anyone who's considering pursuing a passion project to do it."

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Justin Yue '20

"This semester, I made three German desserts: a Black Forest cake, a raspberry tart and a German apple crumble. I wanted to share these desserts with the professors and faculty members in the Penn German department who supported me throughout my years learning German. My project was also a way for me to relive the memories I had while I was meeting people in cafes in Berlin."

"I think I learned to appreciate baking much more and also came to realize that I truly enjoy giving homemade desserts and gifts to others. Going into this semester, I was not sure if I would be able to devote enough time to this project and to actually be able to create the recipes, but I was pretty happy with the final results of my desserts."

What is your advice to others?

"One piece of advice I would give to people who want to pursue their passion is to believe in yourself. You are capable of doing great things if you are determined to do so. Do not let the fear of messing up or not executing the project well stop you from trying. Pursuing your passion is pretty fun and gratifying!"

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Ami Feng '19 & Tiffany Shyu '20

"We learned how to create and bake dog treats, which we hoped to share with the Philadelphia dog community! (We also learned that that dog treats don’t taste all that bad…)"

What is your advice to others?

"One of the most difficult obstacles on pursuing a passion is devoting time and staying committed to it. It’s easy to prioritize work and school over dedicating time to pursue a passion, and we find ourselves often never devoting time to start."

"Passion Projects was a great way to not only share our passion with the community but also hold us accountable to put time towards actually pursuing it. Find a commitment device that will allow you to set time to start pursuing your passion, it’s easy to continue once you get the ball rolling!"

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Emily Zhao '20

"My Passion Project is learning authentic mixed-martials arts. In particular, I learned Muay Thai, which is a Thai boxing and kickboxing form that involves your knees and elbows as well. I took classes three days a week at 8 Limbs Academy, a studio in West Philly. The group-based classes focused on both conditioning training and drilling technique to learn the proper upper and lower body movements."

What is your advice to others?

"Definitely do your research in advance and plan ahead with all the little details! This will help maximize your efforts and bang-for-buck as you look into your options for your Passion Project. For example, if your project involves going somewhere off campus, figure out how you're going to get there. All the Muay Thai studios were off campus, and I had to balance distance from campus with cost of attending."

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Lucy Ma '20

"This semester my Passion Project was focused on wellness and exercise, manifesting initially as a powerlifting training regimen which I followed for six weeks and concluding with my experience competing in my first official powerlifting meet. After spring break and the coronavirus developments, I no longer had access to a gym, so I modified my project to follow the Bikini Body Guide (BBG) home workouts program designed by Kayla Itsines and I will follow this regimen to stay active and healthy through the rest of the semester."

What is your advice for others?

"When pursuing something like fitness, my best advice is consistency and finding sustainable purpose in my passion. Knowing exactly WHY I pursue my passion makes it so much easier to stay consistent. But even on days when I feel discouraged or lack motivation, I believe firmly in the importance of consistency, the fact that just by showing up to pursue my passion is something to be proud of each time."

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FAQs

What are passion projects? ›

A passion project is an individualized or independent project that allows students to pursue their own areas of interest or — as the name suggests — passion. In a passion project, students have an opportunity to dive into a specific skill, topic, or medium.

What does it mean to have a passion for something or have a passion project? ›

Last updated on October 21, 2020. A passion project is something you work on (often outside of your chosen career path) that gives you satisfaction, happiness and puts you into a state of flow. It's what you do to escape it all, your tiny (or huge) contribution to the world.

Why You Should Start a passion project? ›

Starting a passion project can help motivate you to work towards something, especially if you're not typically enthusiastic about what you're doing. If you've been stuck in a work rut or just need some new focus, a passion project can help you break through the malaise and motivate yourself once again.

Do colleges like passion projects? ›

Passion projects work because they show academic rigor and demonstrate the 5 traits colleges look for in applicants. As college essay coaches, we know that college admissions teams are looking for something highly specific when they read through your essays.

What are some topics for a passion project? ›

Common types of passion projects include starting a small business or a nonprofit, writing a blog or book, initiating a community project, doing independent research, or inventing something.

What are 5 passions? ›

Knowing how passions materialize based on your interests can enable you to practice them in and outside of your work environment.
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Examples of passions to pursue
  • Bike riding.
  • Tennis.
  • Swimming.
  • Martial arts.
  • Cardio.
  • Golfing.
  • Bodybuilding.
  • Hiking.

What are some examples of projects? ›

Below are some examples of projects:
  • Digging a well for the extraction of a natural resource in Nebraska.
  • Building a wooden house somewhere in Spain.
  • Developing a cloud-based marketing platform for startups.
  • Establishing a non-profit organization for COVID-19 relief and recovery efforts.
  • Renovating the kitchen.

What are some good genius hour projects? ›

Ideas & Lesson Plans for Genius Hour
  • Create a podcast.
  • Write a poem, play, song, story, blog, or whole book.
  • Learn a new language or create your own.
  • Teach a younger student a skill.
  • Build a website or make an app.
  • Make your own video game or cartoon (try this website for help with videogames and this for cartoons).
12 May 2021

What is a good example of passion? ›

Reading, golfing, going to movies, traveling, gardening. Being part of a group or team that is supportive, fun. Being a Team player. Empowering or helping others find their passion.

How do you put a passion project on your resume? ›

Where should they go? When adding a side project to your resume, include it in your work history under a separate header. Consider titling this section “external projects,” “consulting,” or something similar. You can also include side project details in other areas of your resume.

What is the value of a passion project? ›

Passion projects are a great distiller of the type of people you want to work with. They'll see your taste, your vision, your passion and they'll be drawn to it. The people who don't connect with those things, well, they won't be drawn to it.

Does passion guarantee success? ›

Passion doesn't necessarily guarantee a straight shot to success, but understanding the relationship between the two can help you navigate the journey — and discover new things about yourself, your passions, and what success really means along the way.

How do I write about my passion? ›

Determining your passion story
  1. Write down what you are truly passionate about and describe how it drives your business and/or what you do professionally.
  2. Explain how this passion helps other people.
  3. If you don't feel passionate about your business, ask yourself: What did I love to do when I was 12 years old?
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Do you need a passion project? ›

The lesson here: Having a passion project is a great way to discover more about yourself. By following the path to what makes you feel alive, you'll slowly find yourself making a trail that might be different from what you're used to following.

What extracurriculars do colleges like the most? ›

What Are the Best Extracurriculars for College?
  1. Leadership Work and Positions. Colleges seek out applicants with leadership experience. ...
  2. Part-Time Jobs. ...
  3. Sports and Athletic Participation. ...
  4. Academic Clubs and Teams. ...
  5. Artistic and Creative Pursuits. ...
  6. Volunteering and Community Service. ...
  7. Internships.

What extracurriculars look good for Ivies? ›

The best extracurricular activities for the Ivies
  • Starting a club. Many students struggle to find an extracurricular activity that picks their interests. ...
  • Participate in a summer program. ...
  • Competing in academic events. ...
  • Writing for the school newspaper. ...
  • Joining the theater program. ...
  • Doing an internship.

Do colleges actually care about extracurriculars? ›

While grades and test scores are important, colleges also want to see the person you're becoming and the skills you've learned outside of class. They want to know what makes you unique, and the extracurricular activities you participate in will help you stand out.

What are good ideas for projects? ›

23 creative project ideas
  • Write a blog post. A blog post is a web article you can write on any topic that interests you. ...
  • Write a poem. ...
  • Write a short story. ...
  • Create custom bookmarks. ...
  • Create a poster. ...
  • Create digital artwork. ...
  • Take a photo series. ...
  • Create a vision board.

How do I choose my project topic? ›

Here are some tips:
  1. Choose a topic that you are interested in! ...
  2. Narrow your topic to something manageable. ...
  3. Review the guidelines on topic selection outlined in your assignment. ...
  4. Refer to lecture notes and required texts to refresh your knowledge of the course and assignment.
  5. Talk about research ideas with a friend.
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How do I find project topics? ›

How to find and choose good project topics
  1. Look for topics that solve issues in your immediate environment.
  2. Look through the research projects of previous students in your department.
  3. Events that occurred or repeats itself in the country.
  4. Come up with creative topics.
  5. Make sure the topic is not too broad.
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What is 5 P's passion purpose? ›

The 5 Ps of small business success: passion, purpose, productivity over paperwork, and perspectives.

What are your three passions in life? ›

Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have governed my life: the longing for love, the search for knowledge, and unbearable pity for the suffering of mankind.

What are the three types of projects? ›

There are three broad categories of projects to consider: Strategic Projects, Operational Projects, and Compliance Projects (Figure 1-1).

What are 5 characteristics of a project? ›

  • i. Specific. The project must be specific. ...
  • ii. Measurable. A clearly defined project must be measurable in terms of its benefits and achievements. ...
  • iii. Achievable. A project will only be meaningful if it is achievable. ...
  • iv. Relevant. The project needs to bring relevant benefits to the entity concerned. ...
  • v. Time bound.

What are some small projects? ›

Other examples of small projects include the following:
  • Developing a training course.
  • Implementing a project office.
  • Implementing a purchased software application.
  • Enhancing an existing information system.
  • Developing a website.
  • Evaluating an existing practice.
  • Developing a strategy.
  • Developing a project proposal.

How long should a genius hour project take? ›

The time period is up to you, but many teachers start with three to five hours a week for a three to four week project.

What to answer when asked what is your passion? ›

When answering the question “What are you passionate about?” during an interview, remember to always be honest, and when it's appropriate, clearly communicate how your passion would make you an asset to your potential employer. It may feel awkward at first, but don't be afraid to share a little about yourself!

What are core passions? ›

Your Passion Profile: Core Passion is about what you love and hate. It is energy to do your best. It measures interests, not abilities. It wakes you up in the morning.

Is it OK to mention about the projects on resume? ›

Projects can be listed on a resume below a job description as accomplishments. You can also list them in a separate section titled Projects, Personal Projects, and Academic Projects. Academic projects can be included in the education resume section.

What can I say instead of passion on a resume? ›

Some common synonyms of passion are affection, emotion, feeling, and sentiment.

Can I put my own projects on my resume? ›

Personal projects can make a really powerful impression on potential employers. They show that you take personal initiatives that develop your skills and personality traits. When you have little or no work experience, personal projects can make an excelent addition to your resume.

Are passion projects good? ›

A passion project in your application is a useful way to demonstrate not only who you are as a person, but also your ability to take initiative, as well as your ability to execute skillfully. In this way, they make your application more interesting and engaging, and set you apart.

Why is passion a core value? ›

Passion is an internal motivator, a following of one's values, a regard of one's intrinsic, unique desires. It's an energy that comes from within – it is not forced on from without. It's passion that keeps us up late learning the newest technology.

Should you chase money or passion? ›

In the world we live in, it's necessary to make money, but that doesn't mean it needs to be our top priority when choosing our careers. Ultimately, you will do better and work your way up faster at a job you genuinely care about, so instead of following the money, follow your passion and give your career a boost.

Do employers care about passion? ›

Passions keep you, well, passionate

When employers ask, "What are you passionate about?" they are looking for people who have a fire in their belly, not someone who sits at a desk and runs on autopilot. Pointing to your side projects, hobbies, and passions are good ways to show off what drives you.

Why is passion so powerful? ›

Passion is the fuel that inspires and drives people toward specific goals, no matter how unlikely or difficult they might be. It generates the enthusiasm needed to plow through the biggest obstacles and overcome the most intractable challenges. It inspires loyalty, teamwork, hard work, and, eventually, success.

What is your biggest passion? ›

This could be: Working with technology, solving interesting technical challenges, helping people, making a difference in people's lives, helping people live healthier lives, etc. What is this? Then think about why that excites you, or how that fits into your personal interests.

What are personal passions? ›

A “passion” is defined as a “powerful or compelling emotion or feeling,” an “object of intense desire, ardent affection, or enthusiasm” (according to dictionary.reference.com).

How do I find my passion and inspiration? ›

Read an autobiography about someone who pushed boundaries. Turn off the lights and really listen to the lyrics of an album. Seek out a friend who you view as completely passionate about something in their life, and ask them about it. Sometimes, you'll find your inspiration or passion where you least expect it.

How do you prepare for a passion project? ›

Here are five small steps you can take to light a fire under your passion project today.
  1. Visualize why it matters — and then commit. What's so special to you about this project? ...
  2. Get organized. The thing about passion projects is so often they're very, very big. ...
  3. Make a plan… ...
  4. 4. … ...
  5. Write something.
28 Feb 2020

How do you select a passion project? ›

How to Pick a Passion Project
  1. Choose something that you are truly passionate about. ...
  2. If you are planning to earn extra income, consider the demand for your work. ...
  3. Consider the time commitment. ...
  4. Think about your end goal. ...
  5. Look at similar existing projects.

How do I find my college passion project? ›

Steps to get you started with a passion project

Pick a topic that genuinely excites you, that you are interested in learning more about, and making a difference in. 2) Write a mission statement. After you know your topic, decide who is going to be impacted by your passion project, how you're going to do it, and why.

How do you successfully execute a project plan? ›

How to execute an effective plan
  1. Gather information. Before you can begin developing a successful plan, you need to make sure you have all the information necessary. ...
  2. Identify key resources. ...
  3. Develop SMART goals. ...
  4. Create the framework. ...
  5. Assign tasks. ...
  6. Establish regular communication. ...
  7. Track your progress. ...
  8. Evaluate performance.
3 May 2021

How do you ignite passion in a team? ›

How to Ignite Passion in Your Team in 6 Effective Steps
  1. Step 1: Honestly Assess Your Workplace Culture. ...
  2. Step 2: Articulate Your Employees' Value. ...
  3. Step 3: Hire the Right Team Members. ...
  4. Step 4: Create a Culture of Gratitude. ...
  5. Step 5: Be Responsive and Respectful. ...
  6. Step 6: Don't Be Afraid to Show Your Own Passion.
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How do you demonstrate passion for something? ›

How to Demonstrate Passion in Your Resume and Interviews
  1. Use power verbs. ...
  2. Do your research. ...
  3. Ask the right questions. ...
  4. Highlight your achievements. ...
  5. Share your relevant hobbies. ...
  6. Reiterate your interest.
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What are the 7 stages of a project? ›

The key project management processes, which run through all of these phases, are:
  • Phase management.
  • Planning.
  • Control.
  • Team management.
  • Communication.
  • Procurement.
  • Integration.

What are the 5 stages of a project? ›

Five stages of project management
  • initiation.
  • planning.
  • execution.
  • monitoring and control.
  • closure.

What are the 5 project execution principles? ›

By adhering to the core execution principles of Safety, Quality, Timely Delivery, Cost Efficiency and Sustainability, MDC delivers projects that reflect its vision of being a World Class Builder of Choice.

What are the 7 elements of a project plan? ›

Let's dive into the details:
  • Step 1: Define your goals and objectives. ...
  • Step 2: Set success metrics. ...
  • Step 3: Clarify stakeholders and roles. ...
  • Step 4: Set your budget. ...
  • Step 5: Align on milestones, deliverables, and project dependencies. ...
  • Step 6: Outline your timeline and schedule. ...
  • Step 7: Share your communication plan.
13 Jul 2022

What are 7 keys of success in project management? ›

7 Keys to Achieving Project Management Success
  • Quick Response. Time is of the essence. ...
  • Detail Oriented. The little details matter! ...
  • Flexibility. Plans change and unforeseen problems are bound to arise. ...
  • Teamwork. ...
  • Project Types. ...
  • Exceed Expectations. ...
  • Trust.

What are the 4 questions needed in making the project plan? ›

Questions to think about when planning a project
  • What do you want to do?
  • Why are you doing it? ...
  • Structure. ...
  • How and When? ...
  • How much is it going to cost? ...
  • What is likely to go wrong? ...
  • How will you know your project met its goals? ...
  • What makes this project special?

What are 7 elements of teamwork? ›

Communication
  • Commitment.
  • Respect.
  • Accountability.
  • Delegation.
  • Support.
  • Plans.

What are the main 4 elements of teamwork? ›

To establish an effective team – there are four essential elements: Goals, Roles, Interpersonal Relationships and Processes.

What are some passion examples? ›

Examples of passions to pursue
  • Bike riding.
  • Tennis.
  • Swimming.
  • Martial arts.
  • Cardio.
  • Golfing.
  • Bodybuilding.
  • Hiking.

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