Sports Medicine epitomizes the best my school has to offer. I am fortunate to attend a school that offers extra medical focused courses as my goal is a career as a physician. This course positively influenced me and has opened my eyes and mind to a wider range of options for a career path. The instructor offered pragmatic curriculum, which allowed me to gain greater insight into my own abilities and desires. Originally I anticipated a career in radiology as I did not want to tell a patient they may die.
I chose careers in fitness because I want to have a career in fitness myself. The career in fitness I chose and want to peruse in is sports physician. It is a great job to have because sports physicians have a lot of travel opportunities with the sports team they work with. Sport physicians must be wherever the game is to assist the players. Athletes going to college at the professional level will frequently travel around the world.
My long and short term goals had shaped my aspirations and who I am as a person today. My experiences are unforgettable and I will surely take all the observations and knowledge I had gained to create a happy and successful life for myself and
Kailee Katt There are many reasons why I have chosen to pursue a profession in healthcare, mainly because I enjoy helping others, I am very personable, and I like to make an impact on the lives of others. However, the primary reason why I want to become a nurse is because of past influences. My mother, and both grandmothers have all been in the medical field as nurses, but the one person who has had the most influence on me, is my doctor, Chris Chapman. He is like a grandfather to me, and truly has had an impact on my life. He has been my doctor for as long as I can remember, due to my mother being his nurse.
By helping patients with painful lower limbs or maintaining their mobility, I would be able to contribute to our society, which I have set as one of my main aims in life. As a rhythmic gymnastics trainer and an athlete, another significant reason for choosing
Ever since then, I have been planning my quest to eventually become a neurosurgeon. This includes my involvement in community service activities as they have exemplified my love for helping others. These activities have pushed me to become a neurosurgeon because there is something special in helping those less fortunate than me. Furthermore, I personally feel as if medicine is the best medium in order to express this
I want to be a member of NHS because I want to expand my knowledge about myself and the ongoing world around me. Being a part of NHS would provide me a plethora of opportunities to demonstrate my strengths and to enhance my weakness, it would allow me to gain experience and make new friends. I would maintain the 4 pillar by staying a hard worker and keeping up with my school work, volunteering and serving my community, taking responsibility and showing leadership and always being the best of myself.
The Power of a Coach, really helped me focus on my goals as an athlete and how to act towards my coach with respect. And this really made me go think again about how my teammates are such good people and we always care for each other than fight or blame each other for losing a game and how we rely on each other as well as we rely on the our coach. The book really taught me how hard it is to coach a whole bunch of kids and try to help them succeed in this sports and keep them together and united, so this is a very inspirational book to read when you are having trouble with your coach, teammate, or family related to
The Folds of Honor “Higher Education Scholarship” means a lot to me because it will help me receive a higher education without overwhelming my family. Also, the “Higher Education Scholarship” will help pursue my dreams of becoming an Occupational Therapist to help the growing number of brave wounded Warriors. This scholarship will add to my personal drive to complete college. I will know that I have the numerous donators for Folds of Honor cheering for me with their generous donations. Also, the honorable fallen and wounded Warriors, like my Dad, on my side inspiring me to achieve my long-term to help our brave
I have always wanted to be a super hero. The idea of saving lives and helping those in need is almost enigmatic to me. After witnessing a tragic hit and run, I was inspired by doctors’ ability to alter the outcome of someone’s fate with the power of medicine. An orthopedic trauma surgeon is a true hero. I have always had an empathetic drive to assist those in need, and I know that with trauma surgery, I would be able to resuscitate suffering lives.
A doctor’s lifestyle can appease all my other passions while at the same time afford me the pride of my family and the people I love. In the end, I want to pursue a profession that allows me to take care of the people I love, just as my father did. In life we often overlook the power of one’s will, and in my circumstance this power has alone sustained my
However, what really matters in the end is not the sport itself, but the heart. The Miracle League expresses the attributes of love and compassion that can’t be expressed any other way. This league makes dreams come true. Here is a list of what
I can’t think of anything more rewarding that I’d enjoy doing besides helping people in need. I believe being a respiratory therapist would be good for me, as I would be good for this field as well. I truly believe I’m everything that is required of this field, people-oriented, dependable, flexible, honest, compassionate, hardworking and willing to learn. I always pictured myself working in a hospital setting. When it comes to something I want to do the rest of my life, I want to feel and know what I’m doing is something important.