Along with being motivated to become the best version of myself. If I am granted the incredible opportunity of attending Rutgers University I will be able to fulfill my dreams in furthering my education and being a part of the medical field. Rutgers University will help guarantee me a successful career and achieve many of my life goals. I come from a family where health has always
Taking my career choice into consideration was key in my decision which for most people is a long, difficult, and tedious process. The university I will be attending next fall is Washington University in St. Louis. I immediately fell in love with the school as a result of the academic programs, its community, and the classic Midwestern hospitality that I have gotten used to after having lived most of my life in Nebraska. I believe that this university specifically will help me achieve my goal of eventually becoming a neurosurgeon and making a difference in medicine and the world. My talents will be best served and exemplified at a university of this nature and will push me to go for the stars and accomplish my
“If you’re going to do something, then do it right.” This quote is a great representation of my attitude towards my education. With that, I always make sure that I excel in all my classes and join organizations that will benefit me in the long run. Knowing that being a possible member of the National Honor Society will highlight my academics, leadership, character, and service, I believe that NHS will also give me the opportunity to shape myself and continue going in the direction of a successful future. Primarily, my background has pushed me to work well and take on the rigorous challenge of applying for NHS. Living in a small province in the Philippines, it was very difficult for my family to gain an education.
Explain your interest in joining Phi Delta Epsilon-MA Alpha Chapter. * I want to join Phi Delta Epsilon because it would provide me the chance to build lifelong connections and gain networking opportunities. Most importantly, I see myself forming a bond with other members, studying and sharing memories of what it’s like to be a premedical student at UMass Boston. The ability to connect, strive for success and learning from others with the same goal to attend medical school is what I’m truly seeking as a hopeful applicant of PhiDE. Joining the fraternity is the beginning phase of my strenuous road to become a successful physician.
Holding a master’s degree in clinical research will enable me to conduct high quality, meaningful research which I hope it will make me an effective member of the field of congenital intervention. Working in a tertiary institution, like yours at Stanford University, with renowned congenital interventional cardiologists, cutting-edge technology and large volume of complicated cases and with exciting research opportunities would definitely be a life time opportunity and dream come true for me. I am certain that I am well prepared and ready to go through the entire training, rigor and challenges required to be an efficient interventional pediatric cardiologist. I believe not only will I learn, but also, I will be able to
I have experienced many difficult situations where I had to rely heavily on non-clinical skills--flexibility, teamwork, and communication--to achieve a positive outcome. A PBL-style curriculum would be more valuable to me as a future medical professional, because it closely mimics the scenarios I will likely encounter in real medical practice. Problem Based Learning will help me develop my clinical skills as well as the professional and interpersonal skills that all healthcare providers require to succeed. Additionally, I believe that I will find PBL to be far more engaging for me as a student. Through the active learning environment that the program promotes with self-directed study and group discussion sessions, PBL aligns with my personality in such a way that will ultimately result in a better and more enjoyable
Ever since I realized that I could help people and enjoy it immensely. I decided that I wanted to become a doctor. I started volunteering at a local Hospital in emergency room. This helps me more by realizing how I wanted to save lives is what I do with rest of my life.
I have also obtained further understanding by attending ACVR in Orlando and several continuing education courses throughout the year. I firmly believe that I have the intellect, drive and talents necessary to thrive in a radiology residency. I already carry the curiosity and hunger for radiology but am in search for a residency program encourages my curiosity, a program that is committed to serving their patients, and a hardworking department that possesses an ethos of excellence. A residency that selects me will receive an optimistic, passionate and intellectually curious individual who will work diligently to serve both patients and
I am self- trained to cope with all challenges, big and small. Having a rigorous education and student-life at College of Charleston will help me grow even more in my leadership skills, and as a future family medicine doctor, as well as my identity. I am committed to helping out in my community in any way I could. By being a growing, young leader, an active volunteer, and a devoted student, I will share with the world that “big things comes in small packages,” and all the skills that I acquire from
In fact, it has driven my career search towards the medical field. I am currently going to school to become a radiology technician. I feel I have spent enough time in hospitals that I have empathy and not just sympathy. I would love to take what all the amazing doctors and nurses gave to me and help bring a positive change for someone else who may be fighting for their
Though I am early in my medical journey, and am willing to keep an open mind, it is only natural that I yearn to pursue a profession related to oncology. Unsurprisingly, MD Anderson being one of the best cancer hospitals in the world has drawn me towards the 1st Year Medical Student Program. The prospect of being a part of the bleeding edge of scientific discovery in the world of cancer research is captivating to me. Combating cancer through scientific research at MD Anderson that may one day benefit my future patients would be an unforgettable experience. In addition, the clinical opportunities offered by the 1st Year Medical Student Program would allow me to interface with some of the best clinicians in the world.
My dad 's achievements are a constant reminder of what I will do once I get to college and for what is up ahead.. After college, my next step is medical school. I plan on furthering my research in how mental illnesses affect large communities, with my newly earned M. D/Ph.D. in Psychiatry and Biology. With the knowledge gained from medical school, I intend to give back to my community by opening a practice in my hometown of Gary, Indiana. As I reflect on the challenges that I have faced within my community, I am grateful.
The GWU community reaches every region of the globe through its students, professors, and opportunities. The experience and outreach I will have at GWU will allow me to develop a vast, meaningful background that I need to further my education to a graduate level of study. Combining real-world experience with rigorous academics, the GWU community is the well-rounded society that will prepare me to be a leader in implementing the improvements that our global health infrastructure desperately needs. Only at GWU will I be able to thrive with my passion for global public health and my drive to
I am very excited about my future and I feel as if your scholarship will help me reach my goal. My love for sports, fitness and wellness has developed my inspiration for helping others by becoming an Occupational Therapist. Throughout the years, I have gotten the chance to experience different people healing with the tremendous help of someone working in this profession. I enjoy that part of Occupational
All around the world people hope and dream. That is the natural human instinct. The question I find before myself is “how will Everest Colleges, Institutes, and Universities help me fulfill my American dream?” This question is very easy. I will acquire the skills I need to be a positive, progressive, and helpful citizen. It’s always been a dream of mine to work in the medical field and I can’t be happier that I have an opportunity to fulfill that dream.