Helping Make A Difference

Scholarship Entrant: Dorienne from Fresno, California
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.
Vote for Dorienne: 2

If I could do what I love most and earn a living for it, it would be helping high school athletes, who desire to play any sport at a college level, train and condition for the next level. When I was playing basketball for my high school, I wanted so much to play at a collegiate level but I did not have the right sources nor did I have any help from coach to get to where I needed to be. Through that experience I learned that not everyone is going to help you get to where you want to be. However, I do not want any high school athlete who wants to move up a level to feel the way that I did. That is why when I graduate from California State University-Fresno with my degree in Exercise Science and become a certified strength and conditioning coach I intended to help high school athletes train and get ready for the collegiate level. I then want to start a foundation where it will not only be for the high school that I work at but it will be for athletes in the area. Once I am able to spread this across the country, I believe that it will be very helpful in helping high school athletes gain confidence and achieve their goals. There is nothing that means more to me then being helpful and being apart of something that helps become successful.

Vote for Dorienne: 2

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