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Fellowship Administration, Hospital Organization

April 5, 2016

My most important role model so far in life has been my grandfather. He was my main inspiration for studying, learning, and working hard so that someday I might accomplish important things with my life. At only 24, I feel that I am a strong candidate for XXXX’s Administrative Fellowship Program beca…

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Medical Residency Internal Medicine, Venezuela

August 30, 2014

A wise mentor once taught me the secret behind internal medicine’s role as a specialty within medicine. Its non-surgical key to being a diagnostic discipline lies in expert history-taking and skilled patient examination. Simple, but true; this observation by a compassionate doctor from my native cit…

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MSW, Hispanic, Military, Women’s Shelter

November 25, 2013

I am a woman of Hispanic heritage, born in the Dominican Republic and resident in the United States since the age of 10. I speak English and Spanish. I hold a BS degree in Industrial Engineering Technology and a BA degree in Modern Languages (Spanish) with a minor in Business Management. I am the fi…

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MS Chemical Engineering, Indian Applicant

November 13, 2013

My interest in engineering blossomed during my high school years, building upon my passionate devotion to the physical sciences and mathematics. I have always ranked well among my fellow students in these areas and I was encouraged by my parents and teachers to prepare myself for studying engineerin…

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Master´s Clinical Nurse program, Indian

November 3, 2013

 

A  hard  working  woman  who  was  born  and  raised  in  India, I have now  been living  in the United  States  for the  past  ten  years. I moved to the U.S. in 2002 after marrying a  U.S. citizen and have been living with my in-laws since that time. I am now the  mother  of   two  beaut…

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MBA in Health Care Administration, Hispanic

November 3, 2013

My first several years of school were at an American military base in the shadow of the Berlin Wall. My father was a Cold War spy. And while I share his patriotism, and the Mormon faith of both my parents; my mother, who is from Mexico, has been the most influential in terms of my emotional and inte…

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Masters International Affairs, Central Asia

October 29, 2013

I want to prepare myself for a lifetime of service in the struggle for the liberation of the women of Uzbekistan and other Central Asian republics, helping them to organize, protecting their human rights. Women are very oppressed in my country of origin and XXXU can provide me with the intellectual …

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MS Engr. Systems Management, Abu Dhabi

October 17, 2013

I am a young woman who was born and raised in Morocco, and I have developed a deep and abiding appreciation for architecture, especially Muslim and Arab, for many years, which is why I pursued and completed my undergraduate studies in this field. I was also awarded a scholarship from UNESCO to study…

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International Affairs, Diplomacy, Human Rights

April 21, 2013

My great grandparents were originally from Dresden, Germany; not even Jewish, they saw a firestorm brewing in their country in the late 1930s and escaped to America just in time. Most of their relatives would die a few years later in the firebombing. Mature for someone still 20 years old, I trace th…

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MA, Master of Arts in Counseling

March 18, 2013

It is said that we are who we are today because of the choices we made yesterday. Helping people with their choices is my way of supporting positive change in the lives of those who seek my counsel. My goal in enrolling for the Master of Arts in Counselling Degree Program at XXXX University is to pr…

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MS, Masters Real Estate Development

March 13, 2013

Upon graduation, my aim is to continue a similar, yet enhanced path I began over ten years ago when I first set out to own and operate my own independent real estate development company.  Any developer wants to be the best performer in their field, and yet, I have grown to know that there is somethi…

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MA, MFT Marriage Counseling, Iranian

January 25, 2013

Earning my Biology degree and Psychology minor from UXX has had significant repercussions in my life that I never foresaw, events that have placed my feet irrevocably on the path of Psychology and particularly Marriage and Family Counseling.  Indeed, my academic foundation in Psychology not only aid…

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Masters, Nursing, Doula, Latina

January 24, 2013

After completing my pre-med degree in Biology, I took time out to have a family, and spend as much time as possible with my kids during their first formative years.  It was during this time that I started a home-based service providing birth and postpartum services to clients in the Bay Area.    As …

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MA Masters International Relations

January 24, 2013

In terms of my research plans, I am particularly interested in educational development for children, particularly girls’ primary or basic education in developing countries.  Additionally, I want to examine how the development of girls’ education can impact communities, regions and even nations as a …

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Masters in Criminal Justice Criminology

January 23, 2013

For ten years, I have been away from my true calling.  What began as a fixation, an entrepreneurial idea, starting a career as a Purchaser in the manufacturing field has become unchallenging, and unfulfilling.  While being a Purchaser has provided a stable life, I always knew that my heart is where …

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MSW Social Work Masters, Hospice

January 23, 2013

I very much appreciate the comprehensive character of being a social worker, especially being an advocate for the client and helping him or her to navigate their way successfully through the system, making the most of those resources that are available for support.  I also appreciate how social work…

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MSN, Nurse Anesthesia, CRNA, ICU, CCU, ER

January 23, 2013

For over a decade, I have enjoyed a successful career as a nurse, giving all that I am to the discipline that has brought me such profound personal and professional joy.  And, yet I want to give much more, not just for my own career, but also for my country. I have dedicated nearly my entire adult l…

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Masters Counseling Mental Health, MSHS

January 22, 2013

Whether or not I must forget the past is immaterial, I know that I never will.  As a recovering addict, I have committed myself to lifelong treatment.  Moreover, through my eighteen years of work within the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), I have and never will let my own rise, healing and strug…

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MBA Masters of Business Administration

January 22, 2013

For over fifteen years, I have maintained a conceptual continuity in my academic and professional careers, an unswerving commitment to establishing, growing or improving organizations.  Reaching a point in my career where I feel I have exhausted every path of opportunity and challenge at my current …

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