Many people contemplate what they want to do with the rest of their lives—especially during their college years. I, for one, am lucky enough to know mainly what I want to achieve in my lifetime. As I am pursuing my major in Biology, I am thinking ahead to the years after undergrad. Hopefully I will make it into medical school and become some sort of doctor; as of now I wish to become a pediatrician. With this dream job of mine I wish to change the world—or at least contribute for the betterment of it. I imagine a world of little disease and becoming a physician can help inch towards that goal a little at a time. My greatest goal would probably be to become a pediatric surgeon and participate in programs to help children in need of medical attention around the world. However, this goal has quite the vigorous work load. To achieve my goals, I will work extra hard during my four years of college. I am determined not to get behind on my work. Also, I will definitely study more than I did in high school. I must put forth the effort now to get the results that I eventually want. To add, if I was not fortunate enough to make it into medical school, I promise never to give up. The future is a big question mark, but having something to work towards will make the journey a little more bearable.