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The Need Of A New Career

525 words - 3 pages

Susan G.
WANTED: Scholarship Association willing to award a mature and hard working student a position to attend the school in Fall 2008.  Will demonstrate to be worthy of investment through diligence, dedication, and determined work ethic. Am ready to work hard and succeed. Asking for an opportunity.

S.M. H.

As a child, we imagine our dream career.  I wasn’t the average Lawyer, Teacher, but a Dentist.  Seeing others smile makes me smile.  I didn’t have the opportunity to go to Dental School, so here is my chance.  I may not become a Dentist but, assisting a Dentist and promoting healthy dental hygiene is awesome in itself.  I will finally get ...view middle of the document...

My dream has always been to have a career in the dental or medical field.  I have had braces not once but twice in my life so I can well relate with a patient’s fears and show them genuine caring, kindness and empathy.  My mom raised me and she has a successful career in healthcare. I feel I am a disappointment to her and this would afford me the opportunity to make her proud.

Carrie W.

Thank you for allowing me to apply for this scholarship. I am looking to expand my educational background and leave the aviation industry for a more promising field.  I have often thought about it I was given the opportunity to return to school which field I would pursue and it is definitely the medical field.  When I saw the contest for the free tuition I knew this is something I should go for! I have been told that I would provide “excellent bed-side care” with my thoughtfulness and caring of others.  Along with these characteristics and my passion for learning I would make an excellent Dental Assistant!

Felicia B.

In high school I started with all D’s and then I brought my g.p.a. up to a 3.0. I was the first in my family to graduate from high school the year that I was supposed to graduate.  And if I got this scholarship I would be the first to graduate from college period.  I’m 19 & work two jobs and take care of my father and this would be the best choice for me because I would still be able to take care of my father.  This scholarship would mean the world to me.

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