At Brown, you will learn as much from your peers outside the classroom as in academic spaces. How will you contribute to the Brown community? – 250 Words
With Brown’s diverse community, I possess the power to motivate people to discover their identities, seize the day, and unite people together with love, not hated, by setting aside differences. Whether it be in the classroom, at the pool, or even through text messages, I’ve guided people through struggles and failures, teaching them that certain experiences happen for a reason and are a facet to one’s identity. Denying a moment in life is denying a part of one’s self. I’ve been through many struggles and failures, as well; however, it’s what I do with them that makes me become physically, mentally, and emotionally stronger, and I’d hope to spark this realization within the Brown community.
Along with participating in Science Olympiad and Relay for Life in high school, it would be a pleasure to establish a Health Occupations Students of America team (HOSA), an organization that participates in real life medical projects, ranging from nutrition to medical spellings. I was even a state qualifier for the Dental Terminology event. HOSA introduced me to careers in medicine I never knew existed and students with similar interests.
Beyond the scope of Brown University, Providence provides countless opportunities to serve the community. The Swearer Center provides the Community Sport Fellowship, which will allow me to teach students how to swim. The Royce Fellowship will help me further pursue my passion for research. These organizations will allow me to keep a pulse on the community as a whole while still exploring my interests. Published in