hi there am using this to get a scholarship from my school.
please follow the instructions and try to answer all questions.i have ordered three page essay so you will have enough words to answer all questions. remember all questions must be answered separately.
here are things you might need to know about me, i come from 3rd world country, specifically Eritrea. i volunteered working as a first aid provider for 3 years on helping the soldiers and old veterans during the war with Ethiopia. i also volunteered at the nation autism and developmental disability center on my free time. i helped taking care of my brother who had an autism because my parents were working to support our family we were very poor. after i came here i joined collage, im the first to go to college in my family. my dad is also here he is very sick and relieve very limeted medicare so i have to support my self and him while i go to school full time and working full time. im also a leader in Eritrean church community. i help new refugees with rides, applying for job, getting health care and translating. i also fund raise to the autism center back in Eritrea where my brother goes to school. i struggle a lot to go to school and help my family here in america and back home to my brothers and sisters. if i get scholarship as im the first one to go to collage ill help my self my family and as a nurse ill also help a ot of people here too. i also have plan to help go to third world and help a lot of people who need medical attention as a missionary nurse.
here are the instruction from the school
The personal statement is an important part of your scholarship application as it is your opportunity to help us get to know you better. Your personal statement should describe in detail (maximum of 110 words per section) some special interest, significant experience or achievement in the following areas as well as what you learned from these experiences.
When responding, keep in mind that Washington State University employees are required by law to report suspected child abuse or neglect to law enforcement officials or the Department of Social and Health Services per Senate Bill 5991.
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Leadership/group contributions: Describe examples of your leadership experience and share how you have significantly influenced others, helped resolve disputes, or contributed to group efforts over time. Consider responsibilities you have taken for initiatives in or out of school.
Knowledge or creativity in a field: Describe any of your special interests and how you have developed knowledge in these areas. Give examples of your creativity: the ability to see alternatives; take diverse perspectives; come up with many, varied, or original ideas; or willingness to try new things.
Dealing with adversity: Describe the most significant challenge you have faced and the steps you have taken to address this challenge. Include whether you turned to anyone in facing that challenge, the role that person played, and what you learned about yourself.
Community service: Explain what you have done to make your community a better place to live. Give examples of specific projects in which you have been involved over time.
Handling systemic challenges: Describe your experiences facing or witnessing discrimination. Tell us how you responded and what you learned from those experiences and how they prepared you to contribute to the WSU community
Goals/task commitment: Articulate the goals you have established for yourself and your efforts to accomplish them. Give at least one specific example that demonstrates your work ethic/diligence.
Scholarship Essay Name Institution Date Leadership/group contributions: Describe examples of your leadership experience and share how you have significantly influenced others, helped resolve disputes, or contributed to group efforts over time. Consider responsibilities you have taken for initiatives in or out of school. I am a leader in the Eritrean church community, and I coordinated medical assistance for veterans of the Eritrean war with Ethiopia and oversaw successful provision of medical services. I also care for my younger brother who lives with autism, and I have mentored and offered suggestions on adopting comprehensive health services to address the needs of people living with autism. In my past experience volunteering with groups addressing developmental disorders I have been requested to motivate and work together wit