Loving my Goals

Scholarship Entrant: rebecca from Palatine, IL
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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In my future I see myself as a successful physical therapist. I will be attending Marquette for six years and will be graduating with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Marquette’s core values are excellence, leadership, service, and faith. I am certain the career I will only be possibly if I incorporate these values into my academics and personal environment. After I receive my degree I want to work in an outpatient clinic and possibly also in a hospital at the same time. I plan to make an impact on each of the patient’s I treat. To accomplish this goal I will have to learn all I can about myself and about others throughout the next six years. In addition to becoming a physical therapist I have already began my other goal which is to become a soccer coach. This summer I got my E coaching licenses and plan to continue my love for soccer. This is one of my most important goals because I have grown up playing soccer and never want to let it go. When I can achieve all of my goals I want to open and run my very own physical therapy clinic someday, while volunteering as much as possible to give back to the community. I am certain that by changing the little things in life I can have an impact on the world. These little things include being the happiness, spirit, and knowledge with and individual I encounter.

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