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John Dewey once said Education is not preparation for life education is life itself As a freshman at the University of Georgia this quote constantly reminds me that education never stops When I first entered high school I always asked myself this question What are you going to be in the future when its all said and done The good thing is that after all these years my answer has never changed In the future I see myself as a successful pharmacist I have always been interested in the medical field ever since I was 13 years old and have also had a passion for helping people and giving back to the community My parents have always instilled in me the saying It is better to give than receive Therefore I try to work hard in school so I can be able to give back to the community that has helped me and continues to help me each and every dayMy calling to the medical field occurred when I first volunteered in a hospital in 9th grade I was instructed to volunteer in the pharmacy area of the hospital and it was then that I received a firsthand look at a pharmacist at work It was very interesting to me and that is part of what inspired me to major in biology once I got into college My other reason for the selection of my major was because of how interesting the subject of biology was Biology has always been a fascinating subject to me because its focused on how the body works which is amazing to me Its incredible how our body functions in different ways but still works together to keep us alive and movingAs I stated before my career goal in the future is to become a pharmacist I have completed my first semester of college and based on my experiences I know that this major is not going to be easy
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