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PA Masters Polish Speaker, Healthy Living

October 28, 2014

“Does anyone speak Polish?” The director of rehabilitation was concerned about a recently admitted Parkinson’s disease patient who was failing to take her medication and who was anxious and confused following her recent diagnosis and admission to the acute rehabilitation facility where I was a volun…

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Ophthalmology Residency Program, Canada, Saudi

January 10, 2013

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is my homeland, a place of many opportunities, and yet, in my town of XXXX, indeed the entire province of Riyadh, diseases of the retina are common, and there are no qualified ophthalmologists.  I was first introduced to the specialty during my residency rotations, and fo…

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PHD, Doctorate, International Health, Africa, Kenya

January 10, 2013

Clean food, drinking water that is safe, and quality medical facilities are features in Americans lives that many can, and thankfully so, take for granted.  Having been born and raised in Kenya, I saw and experienced firsthand the devastating effects of infectious diseases, multitudes of children or…

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Pre-Medical Program, Psychology, Psychiatry

January 10, 2013

For as long as I can remember, I have dreamed of attending medical school.  Growing up in Tehran, I excelled in the sciences and was continually captivated by human physiology and the mysteries and miracles of the mind.  Now, I have reached a point in my academic and professional career where I am i…

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MSN, Masters Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner

January 10, 2013

The MSN program at XXU is my sole choice for academic development.  After careful research, discussing FNP programs with my colleagues, and indeed soul searching, I have come to believe that no other program can offer me the same breadth and autonomy of curriculum, nor critical exposure within a pro…

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MBA, Masters, Finance, World Bank, Thailand

January 10, 2013

Growing up in two highly diverse countries on two different continents, literally worlds apart, I have been given a worldview that is truly unique.  Indeed, spending the first half of my life in Thailand, combined with my world travels, has given me tremendous insights into the incredible importance…

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MA-HRM, Human Resource Management, Africa

January 9, 2013


The most formative privilege that I have had in life has been working as a volunteer with the American Red Cross as a member of a Disaster Action Team. This has helped me to gain a much better understanding of how organizations work, especially under pressure, and this experience has inspired me t…

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MA, Educational Leadership, Native American

January 8, 2013


For the past five years, I have dedicated myself to the education of teens as a credentialed and highly involved high school classroom teacher.  This devotion, coupled with my refined approach to work even outside of the classroom has made me a successful teacher.  While I have filled my time with…

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MS Health Informatics, Hispanic Single Mother

January 8, 2013


For the past twenty-five years, I have maintained a conceptual continuity in my academics and professional career, dedicated to providing quality medical experiences for patients, superior working environments as a medical office manager, interdisciplinary medical-legal office manager, and twelve …

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MSc, Masters, Finance and Economics, Uzbekistan

January 8, 2013


Our lives so frequently appear linear on paper, despite our choices and the paths we take.  Growing up in one of Uzbekistan’s most ancient cities is an unlikely place for a burgeoning finance and economics scholar.  As I guided countless tourists through my town of Bukhara, unaware of where life w…

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MA, Masters, Mental Health Counseling, Hispanic

January 8, 2013


For years, I served clients in a number of senior professional customer service roles, managing and coordinating other customer service personnel.  Bringing this experience to Hispanic Services Counsel (HSC), as a Family Support Coordinator, I had no idea that an untapped part of me would suddenly…

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M.Eng, Masters Petroleum Engineering

January 8, 2013


Having reached a point in my career where I feel I will quickly exhaust every path of opportunity and challenge at my current scholastic level, I am eager to embark upon the next chapter of my Petroleum Engineering education.  My experiences have convinced me that I am exactly where I need to be i…

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Medical Residency Anesthesiology, Teaching

January 8, 2013


For over seven years, I have dedicated my life, in terms of a highly decorated academic path and professional experiences, five of which have been purely clinical work, to the study of medicine.  Each experience has led logically to the next, building on the previous one while ever -increasing my …

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EDD, Doctorate Education, Mexico, Immigrant

January 8, 2013


Coming to America from Buenavista, Mexico at the age of 12 was a decision born of my father wanting to improve the quality of his family’s life.  He had heard stories of how wonderful America was, its diversity, and how many prospects there were, just waiting to be utilized.  A general lack of opp…

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MS, Masters, Computer Science, Japan

January 7, 2013

From the time I was introduced to the rudiments of Computer Science, I have excelled in the study of algorithms, programming languages and data processing.  Increasing my depth of knowledge in Computer Science through active research and perhaps teaching assistantships and or tutoring, I will become…

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DMD, Doctor of Dental Medicine, Indian Woman

January 7, 2013

My path to XXXX University began at a tender age.  As a little girl, I had a profound overbite, and lost an adult incisor in a playground accident.  The first dentist I saw replaced my lost tooth with a temporary crown that quickly yellowed.  Later, in middle school, I saw an orthodontist who set my…

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MA Political Science, North Africa, Middle East

January 3, 2013


Throughout my education, profession, volunteer and personal experiences, I have been increasingly amazed with the sheer range of opinions and heartfelt political beliefs of the people I have interacted with, oftentimes underscoring the reality that while one person sees a particular viewpoint, and…

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MSc, Masters Finance and Economics, UK, Thailand

January 3, 2013

For more than half a decade, I have maintained a conceptual continuity in my academic and professional careers, a consistent path to advanced knowledge and understanding of Finance and Economics, both in theory and practical, real-world experiences.  I have reached a point where I am anxious to …

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MBA, Masters Business Administration, Iran

January 3, 2013

Coming from Iran, I have a worldview that is quite different from my academic peers.  I do not mention this simply to increase the diversity of the student body.  Completing my undergraduate education in London, as well as living and working there, I developed an ability to interact effectively with…

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MSNA, Masters Nurse Anesthesiology, Philippines

January 3, 2013

The seriousness with which I have approached my education and four years of practical clinical experience as an OR and ICU nurse is evidence of my desire to take my nursing career as far as I possibly can.  Excelling in academics, my BS in Nursing was achieved with a near-perfect GPA and represe…

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