Scholarship Essay For Scholarship

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Born on October 2, 1998, and raised in Denville, New Jersey, I have noticed since I was a young child that I see the world differently. When confronted by with the challenges that I am faced with by life, big or small, I see possibility and need for growth and change in the way society functions, which can be acquired through education. I can only educate others once I am educated to the furthest extent. I have much to learn, and can expand my knowledge through the University of Southern California Resident Honors Program. Beginning with my childhood, nearly all of my actions can be drawn to my love for artistry, for my community, and for my interest in the sciences. In the future, I would like to earn a PhD in psychology to direct my own behavioral…show more content…
Taking into great consideration how I will afford a college education from my freshman year of college to my graduation with a philosophical doctorate, I researched financial aid, scholarships, and employment. Since July, I have been employed as a teacher’s assistant. The Topping Scholarship would be beneficial to me because I would be able to spend more time focusing on my studies. While my parent’s income may determine how much financial aid I need, my parents and family will not be contributing more than three thousand dollars per year to my college education. Receiving the Norman Topping Student Aid Fund Scholarship would allow me to focus more on my education and my community involvement. This scholarship would be the key to my education at the University of Southern…show more content…
In 2013, after going through a vigorous application process, including testing, interviews, and teacher recommendations, I was accepted into the prestigious and competitive Academy for Child Related Careers, at Morris County School of Technology. My high school gave me the ability to learn in a major specified environment, which greatly influences the choices I am making and will be making relating to my future as a college student. I discovered my love for clinical psychology through summer programs and high school classes, such as Human Behavior. My education thus far has helped me develop my intelligence through challenging courses, has helped me develop my creativity through astounding art classes and large scale projects, and has helped me develop my independence through the motivation to involve myself in employment. My ideal educational environment is one which includes classes focused on my interest, psychology. I thrive in structured and challenging courses. I prefer an encouraging educational environment and I am able to work both individually and
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