Scholarship Analysis

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I am very interested in applying for the scholarship you are offering for getting support for furthering my education. My father always told me that successful people do daily; what unsuccessful people do on occasions. The successful people that actually have to push boundaries, from there family history, to all of the negative things that anyone has ever said to doubt their skills. Myself, I like to think of myself as one of those successful people. I’m not saying this to gloat, but the work I put in will prove my point being as well. Being that I am not a scholar writer, but I make up my deficiencies with hard work, and dedication. I am an ordinary person, that plans on doing extra ordinary things in life. That being said, my personal experiences, education, and background, and personal skills make me the best candidate for this grant. …show more content…
Saying that, and actually choosing a career from it was a task in itself, because helping people, and actually deciding whichever field I desired. Sent my mind on a world wind adventure, at the age of eighteen. Everyone said I had my whole life ahead of me, but I was an incoming senior trying to choose, as most of my peers, what I wanted to do for the rest of my life, that in itself was mind boggling. Roxane Johnson Walden, my health science teacher single-handily changed my view point on my young life. With what I wanted and, even how I strive today with my goals in life, but Mrs. Walden also taught and showed me that life is also very short as well. She instilled in me, to be that bright light in peoples' lives like she was. Also, I want to travel the world finding cure for diseases, and illness and make the world a healthier place. Sounds a little far-fetched for others, but Mrs. Walden allowed that far-fetched idea to drive me. Even in death Mrs. Walden still motivates me to do big things with