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ASPIRATIONS FOR THE FUTURE
My checking account was begun twenty-two years ago and has been evolving since. Especially revealing is the amount of money invested and the interest accrued. The money of education has led me to the challenge of obtaining a college education at Morris College. Since my freshman year, interest has constantly been accrued. As a Presidential Scholar I was dedicated to my studies. I was listed on the President’s List, received the Freshman English Award, earned the title of attendant to Miss Homecoming, sang in the Gospel Choir, served as the Basketball statistician (First semester) and became a member (second semester) of the Girls’ Basketball Team.
During the remainder of my matriculation 2t Morris College I have committed my energies to academics, service and self development. I have engaged in a number of service activities including tutoring other students and singing in the Gospel Choir. Academically I have received citations and awards as an O.R. Reuben Scholar, a member of the Dean’s List, a member of Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society, and selection as a member of Who’s Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges. I am a member of the Mathematics Club and Baptist Student Union. I was selected by my peers to represent them as First Vice President of the Student Government Association, Miss Mathematics Club. Miss Gospel Choir, Miss Co-ed. and Miss Baptist Student Union (first runner-up).
At present my new endeavors include being the Editor of The Heritage, the college newspaper, a candidate for permanent employment with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Youth Department Treasurer of the Progressive National Baptist Church Convention—Southern Region. At my church. First Baptist of Sumter. I participate in the Youth Choir, Gospel Choir. Combined Choir, and as a Junior Missionary Society Member.
It is my desire to continue to gather interest on my account by working temporarily during the summer with FAA in Jacksonville, Florida. After then. I hope to attend graduate school at Bowling Green State University and obtain a MS degree in Statistics and Operational Research. After receiving my M.S. Degree and passing the required exams, I plan to work as an actuary or corporate researcher in the Southeast.
My checking account will never be overdrawn simply because I will always seek new and better opportunities to improve myself. I do not plan to sell myself short but will cash in on every chance available. The only way to have these opportunities open is to be prepared and willing to take advantage of them when they come.
To those of you I leave behind, I encourage you to prepare yourselves academically in order to accumulate interest and achieve success. Most of all develop your talents so that others can see your strong points.
It is up to you to stabilize your account for the future and invest wisely to accrue prosperity. If you aspire to do your best, you will acquire success. As Proverbs 24:5 says: "Man of knowledge increaseth strength.” DREAM BIG DREAMS.
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