hi, there I`m applying for nursing school scholarship!
there are five questions to the scholarship. please use no more than 150 words per question. I`ll list the five questions below:
my story is, I`m from the third-world country, (Asmara Eritrea), East Africa.
I grew up in a poor family, I`m the first to attend college. when I was growing up there was a shortage of health care and I witnessed many sick people and some even dying. since I was a child I always liked to help people. I volunteered at the veteran hospital also went to the rular area with missionary nurses from Canada to help many underserved people. I also volunteered for a much nonprofit organization. after I came to America I worked to jobs and helped my family back home and also helped many families while I was going to school. after I graduate I would like to work with the elderly population and the underserved population. I plan to seasonally volunteer as a missionary nurse. I plan to organize not profit clinic in the rular areas for the valuable.
Please limit your response to 1000 characters (approx. 150 words) each.
1. What has motivated you to stay in school and aspire to become a nurse?
2. Explain your need for scholarship and please include any special circumstances that you would like the selection committee to be aware of.
3. Who has been the most influential person in your life and why?
4. Write a personal mission statement describing your current career goals.
5. List your healthcare-related and other community involvement, including leadership roles if applicable.
Institution of Affiliation
1 What has motivated you to stay in school and aspire to become a nurse?
The motivation behind following the path of a nursing career is the state of environment I grew up in with my entire family. I hail from Asmara, Eritrea: One of the small and developing countries in Eastern Africa. Among the challenges, my country faces, access to healthcare has been an acute problem. Firsthand experience from my personal life has been pivotal to driving my aspirations. As a child, I witnessed many people suffer and succumb to non-critical conditions due to either a shortage of medical care or financial instability. I am a humble and