Loving Psychology

Scholarship Entrant: Martina from Cupertino, CA
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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I love psychology. I am particularly interested in creativity in psychology, which is a theme I would like to pursue further in my future career. I am also fascinated by art and art history, I am always looking for connection between what people create and the processes behind their work, and I love seeing these connections in their cultural or historical background as well.

I love learning about people; I’m always pleasantly surprised by how unique we all are. I love working with the human mind; and understanding the motivations behind our behaviors is extremely important to me.

Through my future profession, my desire is to help people discover their potentials to be creative and open to new experience, to realize their desires and dreams, to find happiness through understanding themselves, the people around them, and the world. I believe that understanding and fulfilling one’s potential is a good way to find happiness and change the world for the better.

My goal is to be actively engaged in my studies and get the most of the psychology program I am intending to attend. I will pursue my Bachelor’s degree and continue on to my Master’s degree. I plan on pursuing a doctorate in psychology.

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