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 first became interested in UCLA by attending the “I’m Going to College” events during middle school. After attending my first event I was awestruck with the passion and pride the university students had. That night I came home to research the nursing programs provided. The thought of potentially being able to complete my clinical immersions at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center is something I am looking forward to. The Wooden Center is also something at UCLA I am interested to get involved with.
Besides the school aspect, I also want to participate in numerous extracurricular activities offered. My main goal is to study and research registered nursing at IUPUI, but one day I hope to become a pediatric oncologist nurse. When I was younger I was eager to help my dad with his insulin shots. I always wanted to make sure that
Knowing that I changed that life, that because of me hopefully their health will better instead of worsen. Through this program I hope to learn from the community, to learn their experiences, which will allow me to be even more conscious of the disparities they are forced to face, hence causing me to ponder “how can this issue be fixed?”, “what policy can be implemented”?. Being able to connect with the community and with my peers will be a valuable and unforgettable experience. Not only will I be able to learn from the community, but from my fellow peers, medical students, high school students, and other undergraduates as well. Getting to me mentored by people who have done what I want to do will be enriching, it’ll be an experience that ill cherish forever.
I run the Cross-Training fitness group on campus, as well as being a Kayak Leader. Using the skills I have developed through the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze, Silver and Gold Award, I lead hikes and camping expeditions at my school. I love to go on adventures, and I feel prepared and excited for my university experience next year. My first big adventure came when I moved to Canada. I was born in Great Yarmouth, England, and I lived there
I wish to pursue a college degree to aspire to my dream of prevailing as a forensic pathologist. I hope to go to an Indiana college to stay closer to home and care for my grandparents but still exploit the full college experience and secure a career for myself in the long run. I have always understood that to be stable person I had to achieve a college degree to back it up. College is a place where as a student I hope to grow and become inspired by others. I want to pursue a degree to boost my future Masters in Medical School.
Internal medicine physicians with whom I have worked have demonstrated for me the importance of compassionate patient care, a broad understanding of health issues, to take my decisions independently and the ability to treat the whole patient. I am applying to your program because I am confident that it can provide me with what I am looking for in a program - advanced medical technologies, knowledge-driven environment, research opportunities and most importantly diversity in residents, where I get a chance to build life-long friendships with my colleagues. While I know I cannot predict the future, 5 years from now my goal is to continue my training with a cardiology fellowship, though I am willing to consider other fellowships as well depending on my exposure. I truly believe that your program will help me become a fantastic physician. I feel I am ready to work for it and earn it, no matter what specialty I ultimately decide to
They love me, and I felt that they would support me no matter what. It wasn’t until a doctor that I worked for saw my hard work and drive. He saw potential in me and encouraged me to return to school to receive my degree. He has a vision of his future business that includes me, and the only way that I can help him accomplish this vision is to do my part and get my Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. That being said, here I am.
As you can see I always had a passion for working with children ever since I was young which is why my future goals are to build my own recreation center for kids eight to eighteen which will be called “Kinship Unity”. Furthermore, I believe attending this university will give me the opportunity to expand my skills and knowledge to advocate for those who need a person that will stand up for them and help them to be able to advocate for themselves one day or even others and to see them succeed in life. Thank you for your
Task 1-Vision,Mission,Goals and Objectives My Mission Statement To work hard and do the best to my abilities in all I do, to have respect towards others and to listen to those who are wiser and have more to teach me. I believe that everything happens for a reason. My golden rule is IF IT IS MEANT TO BE IT WILL HAPPEM. My Long-Term Goals My long-term goals are to finish my varsity studies and qualify as a Pathologist. I want to do something to help my community to make a difference and be remembered, to be someone who my parents are proud of.
In the short term, I would like to complete my classes and become an LAPC. I plan on continuing to work in mental health for either a private or public mental health agency and earning my LPC. I would like to continue to work with the current population that I am involved with which are families who are economically underserved . I am applying to this specific program because it has come highly recommended to me by multiple clinicians that I have worked with as a program that would appropriately prepare me for the work I want to do. There are a multitude of reasons why I am attracted to this program including the evening classes, that it focuses specifically on community counseling, and that it has come highly recommended.
I consider myself a diligent, enthusiastic student, eager to meet challenges and quick to assimilate concepts, as I excel in the classroom as well as outside of it, which is why I’m sure I would extremely benefit from the EMSAP program, I’m confident this program will provide me the experience of an academic preparation that will help me obtain acceptance into medical school; not only would I personally benefit from the academic advising and mentoring but I would be thrilled to have the opportunity to be part of the EMSAP program to gain acceptance into the University of Texas Medical Branch at
Growing up in a culturally diverse city in Nashville, I have gained cultural competency from my interactions with people from a plethora of ethnic backgrounds. Lastly, I am a highly ambitious person who always looks to broaden his horizons. Thus, I’m returning to school for the upcoming fall semester to take upper-division biology courses. I plan to take anatomy and physiology I and II, physiology, and research if the opportunity is available. These classes will better prepare me for medical school by helping me establish a solid foundation in the anatomical sciences.