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My name is Kimberly Smith, and I am currently a college-undergraduate studying at Moreno Valley College. I am a mother of five children, and one of them is also a student in the same college that I study in. I am thankful to the administration of the college along with my family because of the opportunities the college has provided us to avail. I look forward to do Bachelors of Business Administration along with medicinal studies from a well-reputed university. My goal is to develop the best cures through medicines for world’s most dangerous diseases. As my studies majors consist of business subjects; therefore my goal is to establish a social enterprise.
I will set up that business solely because I aim to independently operate my venture where I can take the decisions myself and create my business policies to implement upon. However, as I would strive to have a generous nature of my enterprise, I would donate a part of my business income to children who have cancer, domestic violence, homelessness, and bullying. This is because I went through the same problems in my childhood and thus I can fully empathize with these children. Primarily, I had always intended to help out people, especially common and underprivileged members of the society. I believe that a combination of business studies and medicine will lay down a strong base in my pursuit to achieve the objectives of my life.
While referring to the extra-curricular activities, I played basketball, track and field, and softball since the time of high school. I received MVP awards for the best defensive player for football and most valued jumper in track and field. Moreover, I also have been involved in volunteering activities since I used to go to high school. For instance, I worked as a volunteer in local nursing homes under the program called Health Occupational Students of America (HOSA). I have also provided volunteering services for my school as well as the rest of the community to make it a better place. I live on a principle that we should live for others instead of being selfish about ourselves. We should be a bent tree who provide low-hanging fruits to others. The tree doesn't eat its fruit.
Recently, I have decided along with my family that we will dedicate every important holiday to an assistant living center in Menifee. So in pursuit of this commitment, we spent the event of Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas while serving dinner to the residents living in the assistant living center. Moreno Valley administration had always been helpful in successfully organizing such events. We all celebrate Christmas a day before the original date to accommodate all these charity events. For serving the community to a great extent, the college gave me honorary awards in consideration of my services. I also tell my children to get involved in helping their fellows and other kids at school.
There are particular challenges which I faced in my life and experienced hardships due to that. I became a college drop-out in 2002. Consequently, I became homeless and this posed a threat to the completion of my college education. California is an unknown city for me and I am not familiar with a large number of people as well, but Moreno Valley has been inspirational in giving support to me throughout these challenges.
In the end, I want to state that building up an identity of being helpful among people has always been my primary goal and my dream. All these volunteering services that I did will help me in achieving my future aim of establishing a social enterprise and serving the community.
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