Ten years from now I see myself in college, working to become an allergist. I have my eye set on this goal because I have had to go to this kind of doctor since I was a little girl.I know if I work hard to become an allergist doctor, I would help kids with different kinds of allergies, this would satisfy me more than money would. Going to school now and getting good grades will help me get into a good college. Getting good grades in college will help me get a degree. Getting a degree will help me become an allergist, where I can help people with medical issues.
The question so often pondered by the youth of this nation is our goal in life, what we plan on accomplishing and how we will do it. The goal of my education is to better the life of myself and those of others through the accomplishments I make as a young scholar. I plan on attending a four year college and playing a sport, after my first education I will be hoping to attend a doctorate program specializing in pharmacy. Through my education I hope to work at a pharmaceutical lab creating new medicines in the hope of saving people 's lives. With the help of scholarships my goal will be to attend a four year college.
When I look forward to my life in thirty years, I can see myself working in a hospital. I think that this is important to be able to see. When choosing a career, I want to be choosing it as something that I can see myself having a bright future in. Finally, I want to be a biology major with a focus on medicine because I am a people person. Not only do I think that the study of life is the most fascinating subject, but I also love that there are so many career options with a social aspect.
I 'm Kylie Hattery and I want really like to attend your school, Howard Health & Life Sciences High School. I want to go here because I have an interest in being a nurse or a crime laboratory analyst. This school will allow me to be surrounded by like-minded, determined peers with similar goals. I hope to acquire the skills to set me on the right path for college and achieve my future goals. I 'm very excited to learn more about the medical field.
I want to be a recipient of the Delta Sigma Theta Chapter of East Point/College Park because I believe i exhibit the values of what Delta Sigma Theta was founded on. I also have always considered being a Delta or get an opportunity to be in something as great as a Delta Sigma Theta program. My goals include be accepted into a college or university, obtain as many scholarships as I can, and graduate with honors. Currently, I have been accepted into approximately eight schools and most offered scholarlship amounts that vary. My career interest is to major in electrical engineering.
First, I want to attend college. I would be working hard to finish my prerequisites for medical school. After my 3rd or 4th of college, I would be taking a course to help prepare for the MCAT. Once I get into medical school, I see myself working harder than before in first and second year. Once I graduate from medical school and become an anesthesiologist, I want to give to back to my
Ever since I was little i wanted to do something that would help other people. I wanted to be a nurse, doctor, pediatrician, and even a veterinarian. This last year I’ve begun to actually get serious about what I want to do, that way I could take classes in High School that will benefit my career choice. As I started researching my career of choice a Sports Physician caught my eye. A Sports Physician cares for people with sports injuries.
Not only will Florida State University provide for my future, but I also believe that I will be able to contribute back to the university. I hope to bring new perspectives to classroom discussions, while also learning from others. I will also take part in many campus activities, one being student government. Student government will allow me to get involved on campus, make a difference in the community, develop leadership skills, and enhance my college experience. I also plan on joining a sorority and participating in club sports.
Respecting patients’ choices: my understanding about professionalism “From research to clinic, and apply research on clinic” could summarize the unconventional career path that I would like to adapt throughout my life as a prospective physician. Devoting my career to the well-being of women, especially women in need before and during pregnancy, is my ultimate goal and the powerful motivation that encourages me to step into the medical field. Before I was admitted to AUC as a medical student, I have been working as a scientist and researcher in the field of reproductive medicine for nearly 10 years. During my Ph.D. and postdoctoral training, I systematically studied the development of maternal-fetal interface during healthy pregnancy as well as the pathophysiology of several infertility-related diseases such as endometriosis and ectopic pregnancy.
My short-term goals here are to study in American university and finish my Master’s. I will have to write my thesis, and I know it will be long piece of writing about my major. They will judge me according to this thesis. I do not want only to write it for myself to graduate; I want also to benefit all the people that are interested to read my thesis. In addition, I want to study biomedical sciences and be able to work in hospital lab or research center.
As I continue my education here at UCR, I will obtain a lab position and prepare myself for graduate school. My intended field of study will be either Epidemiology or Nutrition, depending on the path I choose to take. Although I have laid out my future, my biggest obstacle is finding the money to pay off each quarter. Within the last few months, both of my parents has had their hours cut and it is now necessary for me to find a job. Regardless of the stress, we all know it is necessary for me to continue my education and strive for excellent grades.
This further convinced me to embark upon a physiology career. Consequently, I further researched the course modules available for each university and finally decided that I genuinely wanted to study cardiovascular physiology because of the potential contribution I could make within medicine. I have become increasingly aware of how cardiovascular physiology has an indispensable part to play in the comprehension and treatment of cardiac
My long-term goals for the future include graduating a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and furthering my education by getting my bachelor 's degree in biochemistry, where I have already begun my education, and a minor in Spanish speaking, both I feel will benefit me greatly in my future in the field of health sciences by giving me an edge to get into programs that will get me to my goal, I then plan on attending medical school and a residency in neurosurgery. My ultimate goal is to be a board certified neurosurgeon and work to change peoples lives forever. When I was twelve, my grandma and I attended an exhibit at the Idaho Discovery Center on the human body and as soon as I caught a glimpse of what was behind those velvet curtains, my life