List accomplishments that Pocahontas did?
Pocahontas didn't have any kind of education.
Pocahontas, correctly called Matoaka, was the beloved daughter of Powhatan. Pocahontas was actually a loving nickname given to Matoaka meaning spoiled child. Matoaka did save John Smith's life as the romanticized version of history suggests. John Smith actually made up three different versions of how the maiden Pocahontas saved his life, presumably to escalate his standing in society at the time. Powhatan and the tribe actually treated John Smith well when he visited. After her…
The word "accomplishments" in this question refers to what you have achieved, both in your work experience and your school experience (what degrees you possess, for example, and any awards you won); it is a question that gives you the opportunity to tell the prospective employer some important things you are proud of, which you have done during your career.
None, but that is why he did not run for the office of President of the United States. Unlike Obama who thinks that with no experience and no accomplishments he is somehow magically is qualified, McCain waited until he a long list of accomplishments and a ton of experience before he ran for president.
you want to list your achievements and accomplishments and then decide which ones need to go on your resume don't just list your duties and responsibilities as these can just be copy/pasted from a job description and an interviewer wants to know what accomplishments you've had that relates to what the market needs
List your most significant accomplishments or contributions during this appraisal period and also what are you proud of?
As most know the real life Pocahontas was named Matoka at birth. What most don't know is that her mother who was also named Pocahontas died when giving birth to Pocahontas. It is said by the oral history of the Indians in question that people called her Pocahontas even before the coming of age ceremony when she was about 10. These factors lead her to choose the name Pocahontas. Source: The true story of Pocahontas…