When your horse neighs or your dog licks, they are showing their happiness. But what if your horse’s neigh is weak or your dog does not happily lick you? What if you did not know what is wrong with your pet?
My life goal is to become a veterinary technician through the Minnesota School of Business and passionately learn the skills to care for animals who are suffering while encouraging their owners. I have excelled in academics by maintaining a 3.6 GPA while simultaneously pursuing extensive preparatory experience and working professionally for two kennels. I own horses, chickens, cats and a dog while and take care all of their needs. These experiences have confirmed that being a veterinary technician is how I want to spend my life to make an impact in the world.
As you can imagine, growing up in a family of six girls means income for college is lacking. Receiving this Scholarship allows me to devote more time to my education, volunteer at the animal shelter, and pursue an internship with a veterinarian.
My dedication to academic excellence and experience with animal care has prepared me to fulfill my vision of giving animals the best possible care and providing encouragement to their owners.
So the next time your horse does not neigh or your dog does not give you an enthusiastic kiss, you can give me a call.