No matter where life takes us, there are always obstacles everywhere we turn. This is where motivation takes its course and leads us to the right path in reaching our true potential. Coming from a student who was always on top of her school work in high school, I thought college was a place that set me up for failure. But I was wrong because this is a place where I can challenge myself and find that incentive in getting me past my struggles. Although there are many responsibilities to take care of, I am able to push myself simply because of one thing: motivation.
By getting accepted as a Coolidge I will have the mentoring experience that I have always wished for. I will also get to become an impregnable leader through the training program. This is important because to improve a community one has to be an exemplary leader first. Furthermore, I would love to become a greater leader because currently in my generation, regrettably, only one member has gone to college. My parents unfortunately did not even get a full elementary education because of this I see on a daily basis how a life without proper education is like.
In addition to other hospitals I have worked in include, Ben Taub Hospital, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, VA Medical Center, Texas Children’s Hostpital, Houston Methodist at Baytown, and Houston Methodist at Willow brook. Overall, working in hospitals and along medical professionals gave me the opportunity to aquire more knowledge of medical field. Lastly, I learned how being well educated is a key component to become successful. I value my education by focusing most of my time learning new concepts and relating every aspect to a scientific perspective. Therefore, I have seen an interest in the Histotechnology program.
When I was growing up, multiple people questioned me about my future career, and others even pressured me into certain careers. All the influences I have had over time have formed my idea of the perfect occupation, that fits my personality and interests. The careers I have based my future life plans are a pharmacist or a certified registered nurse anesthetist. Both of these careers require a great deal of school and hard work. My decision of these careers was influenced by both of them being within the medical field, and also both focus on helping people.
It was not just a place to socialize, but to get education and skills that would help me later on in life. On reaching third grade, I became familiar with the education levels and how one would graduate from one level. As I advanced, it became clear what I wanted to do in life. I vowed to work hard in school so that I would get better grades that would propel me into achieving my dreams. Also, I knew I had to get into a good college for all my dreams to be actualized.
If a doctor does not have the knowledge, no matter how kind he/she is, this will never make a good doctor, but knowledge is not the most important thing to be a good doctor. I think that attitude, compassion and all the skills are as important as knowledge as well. Knowledge can help a person to be a doctor but attitude determines a good doctor. Doctor is never a simple job, there are a lot of things for a medical student to learn in order to be a good doctor but not just the knowledge from the textbooks. Experience determines who we become, therefore I think a medical student should learn and explore new things, and also meet different kinds of people such as from different countries, culture and backgrounds.
My love for Israel is such a strong aspect in my life that I plan on moving there in January 2017 and joining the IDF to defend and serve my home. Israel is a core value in my life. Education and Future My biggest dream and most important goal for myself in life is to become a medical doctor and to be accepted into university and excel in the institution. Since I was 10 years old I have wanted to become a doctor. I have a deep interest in the medical field and anatomy and I am a very altruistic person and I would like to be able to help people in ways that others cannot.
My biostatistics and epidemiology classes at medical school turned out to be my defining professional moment. I discovered my passion in research methodology and decided to pursue my future career as an epidemiologist. My excellent mathematical background, along with my passion for medicine made me appreciate how the epidemiology is an artistic and indispensable part of medicine in general and public health in particular. Aside from the fact of being the core of public health, it is a very versatile specialty. My aim is to pursue a master’s degree in the field of epidemiology, specializing in statistical epidemiology.
One thing they did pound hard on me though is that I will stay in school and graduate with a degree of some sort. They believe education is key to a successful life, and I agree. After praying about it and talking it over more with my family/friends, I decided Athletic Training was not for me. The new question that arose was "what is for me then?" Growing up I always loved to be around other people and especially children.
Since this time in life, I made it a goal to help not only my family but others in need out too. For I know what it is like to have absolutely nothing. In order for myself to achieve this goal in life, I would love to continue my education and graduate from college to get a great job. I know it would take a lot of studying, but I know that it will all pay off in the end. I want to be able to make a change in this world; even if it means starting off with something small.
I believe true success is only achieved when you accomplish a goal as a result of determination and action, not by waiting on luck or chance. In order for me to become successful, I must invest a lot of myself in to obtaining the goals I set for myself. hen it becomes my turn to take the AP Calculus Exam, I expect to receive a minimum score of a four. I also plan to take the BC Exam, so I am mentally preparing myself to work even harder than I am expected to. My goal is to use the college credit I will receive by passing the AP Calculus Exam and use it towards my undergraduate degree, which I hope to use to apply to medical school and become a doctor.
I am pursuing much more and I am confident that I have found a path leading me to wake up before my alarm clock sounds instead of praying for more time. That path requires a great deal of time and effort to educate myself in understanding people. Any scholarship I receive will go towards that mission. With any contributions made towards the cost of living, books, and school materials, I will be able to spend more time thoroughly studying my textbooks beyond what is expected of me in the classroom, participate in any case studied I can get my hands on, search for internships, enjoying the privilege of being a student while taking advantage of all of VCUs resources.
Although I was focused on pursuing a career in the law I was also intrigued by the medical field. I was exposed to the world of medicine from a very young age. My mother, sister, and grandmother all had careers in the field. I was always the selected person to help them study for a quiz, practice a procedure on, and to hear about their stories from work. Their careers seemed fascinating.
Holding a diploma in my hands and going to college has been one of my dearest dreams; I have always believed in reaching my maximum potential and dreamed numerous times of being able to go to medical school, study, help and lead my community through the medical field. Ever since I was a little girl, I knew I wanted to become a doctor, I have always been amazed and feel an immense interest in learning specifically about biology and medicine; I feel a serious motivation towards understanding how the human body works; each organ, tissue and every cell interests me; I desire to learn and understand how the diseases manifest, how to diagnose and master each technique to treat them;I am extremely committed to my education and to reaching my goal which is to become a doctor.
These classes will better prepare me for medical school by helping me establish a solid foundation in the anatomical sciences. The familiarity that these courses will provide me with related medical school courses will aid me in acclimating to medical school more efficiently, and to perform at a superb academic level. Attending a medical school that is community-focused and that is service-oriented is what makes Morehouse a uniquely good fit. Morehouse will be gaining a student that is unquestionably passionate about medicine, highly motivated and ambitious, and that will take full advantage of utilizing all of his resources to succeed in medical