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When women are educated, their nations become stronger and more prosperous (Majange, 2017). Michelle Obama spoke these words right to empower women of our country so it would be easier to meet the challenges of this smart century. I am the student of (add degree) and studying my final year in (add college name). Studying (add the desired field) is my passion and I have been struggling for years to become a commendable professional in this field, but some incidents of my life hindered me to achieve my goal on my own. The death of my uncle and a nose injury that I met with were significant of all which were accompanied by the birth of my first child, albeit it is a good thing, which burdened my mind to pursue my studies with my full potential. Currently, I do a part-time job at (add office/company) to support my family apart from attending my college. My salary is too limited to finance my studies and feed my family as well. The reason behind applying for the scholarship is that it is vital to fund my academic protocols.
(add the name of the college you want to get the scholarship from) has a meritorious profile, as I learned about it recently, among the leading study institutes of the country. It works hard to promote quality education being a known institute of the World Superpower country. It produces graduates who beautify the leading world markets with their professional capabilities in their related fields. Additionally, the institute has a distinct status among the institutes which bring out the hidden talent of those young students who cannot continue their studies for financial problems. I also intend to become a proud student of (add the name of the college you want to get the scholarship from) so I may pursue my Happiness. Had I not met with life setbacks, I would not have applied for the scholarship. The following explanation about my recent past will help to understand the gravity of my issue.
I completed my high school studies in (add year) and joined college to pursue my higher studies in (add the desired field). My plans have always been to pursue my career in this field because I have an innate interest in (add the desired field). My late uncle was the only sponsor of my studies who also wanted me to become a (add profession). I was in the 2nd year of my college when I gave birth to my first child. This birth was consensual and I did not consider the child a burden because I assumed that I had the support of both my uncle and my boyfriend/husband. My boyfriend/husband abandoned me with the infant boy/girl and I was left with my uncle who could help me continue my studies. Unfortunately, this last hope also vanished away when my only guardian died unexpectedly. I was so desperate that my senses stopped working and I was left as a student without a guardian but having responsibilities of an infant over the shoulders. I gathered up myself after mourning my uncle and started a part-time job at (add an office). I did not give up and continued my studies when one more misery fueled my desperation. I had a nose injury and went through nose surgery. The treatment left me penniless. I approached the college authorities to help me completing my studies with a scholarship. I wonder they did not even consider my request and showed complete indifference. The repute of (add the name of the college you want to get a scholarship from) in promoting education, by all means, convinced me to approach it.
Finally, it is requested that my life experiences should be examined, and my desire to study should also be taken into consideration. My failures should not be allowed to determine my destiny, and being the citizen of a great country like the United States of America, I should be exposed to the best opportunities for career-making. I am much optimistic that (add the name of the college you are applying to) will aid me to pursue my dreams, and I will be grateful for this life maker assistance.
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Majange, G. (2017). 10 quotes that tell us the importance of investing in girls. ONE. Retrieved 1 November 2019, from https://www.one.org/africa/blog/10-quotes-that-tell-us-the-importance-of-investing-in-girls-education/
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