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In this photo, it shows me with my National Honors Society acceptance letter, this moment taught me that if I kept persuing and persevering my interests and goals, I would one day achieve them. It also helped keep me motivated to move forward and not look back on past mistakes. It showed me, I could pursue my future of wanting to be a Veterinarian.
This is a photo taken from the homeless shelter my family and I volunteered at in mid-December 2019. The experience of interacting with homeless taight me patience and kindness for others. It also taught me to unconditionally love people, no matter where they are emotionally, mentally, or in life.
I am majoring in Pre-Veterinary Science. I plan on getting involved with animal science-related clubs or groups. As well as maintaining a high GPA, which will soon help me with my goal of getting into Vet School in three years. In the past, I was involved with Canal Winchester High School’s National Honors’ Society, as well as ‘Indians Club’, which was a volunteering group. I previously obtained seventy volunteering hours in the past year, through helping feed the homeless, school supply donations, and many more. I decided a Pre-Vet path, as it was always something that appealed to me. Ever since I was younger, I always cared deeply for the well-being of animals. This led me to join 4-H, a group where you can research specific professions and get graded by ribbons at the Ohio State Fair. I, of course, decided to study Veterinary Science, which furthered my determination in the career. I obtained 4 blue ribbons in 4 consecutive years of participating in the club.
I think of myself as someone who is easy to talk to, understandable, and always open to learning something new, especially in extracurricular activities. I favor modeling, tap dance, and theatre-related activities in my free time. I also enjoy rollerskating and ice skating. It’s important to remember to treat others, especially strangers, well because you don’t know how bad their day has been.
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Global awareness, to me, is the ability to notice the issues happening in the environment, economy, and government. Original Inquiry is the curiosity and want to learn about any specific topic related or not related to your own interests, of your own accord. Academic Enrichment is the action of furthering or pursuing your academic journey and taking in any resources provided to help you grow. Leadership Development is the building of a leader through experience. Service engagement is the participating in opportunities provided by communities through volunteering.
To get closer to achieving each acronym of G.O.A.L.S, I have been trying to get involved with numerous community opportunities, as well as staying up-to-date with recent news. I find my own interests and I continue to study my courses.