My Career Of Pharmacy

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As a child, when asked what I wanted to be when I grew up I always spouted out that I wanted to be a doctor and help people. Now as an adult, those goals have shifted, but not very far from their origin. I want to help people the way I witnessed my father doing as a firefighter growing up. I want to be a role model to other children especially as a first-generation person going to college. Educationally, math and science were always listed under the “favorite subject” category on worksheets and surveys. Professionally, I have always worked with the public and always thoroughly enjoyed doing so. I am an outgoing, friendly person who enjoys talking to others and connecting with people daily. Overall, I believe my personal, educational, and professional life have led me to my career goals of becoming a Doctor of Pharmacy and helping people in a field in which I am passionate.

My father has always taught me that you help others in any way you can, no matter the sacrifice. He also instilled in me to be grateful that I am fortunate enough to have the ability to help others. These values were taught to him by his father who was a veteran of the Army and through his career as a firefighter. I can never thank him enough for instilling these values in me as a child and helping to shape me into the person I am today. These values are what led me to the decision to pursue pharmacy and my ultimate goal of becoming a Doctor of Pharmacy. The field of pharmacy that interests me most is

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