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The field of study that Im going into is medicine I would like to major in Pre-Med and then go on to a medical school or some other graduate program like Tufts University Ive always wanted my career to be something that helps children in need At first I just wanted to be a doctor Then one day my little brother came home from school and told me that he doesnt like his teacher because she always yells at him When he told me this I started to realize how much of an impact teachers have on kids So I started to change my mind and was considering teaching as a possible career Then it occurred to me I wanted a job that benefits little children As a teacher you do just that but I wanted to do more I wanted to be able to have a big impact in not only the childs life but also in the childs familys life Thats when I decided on pursuing a pediatric career in a hospital In school math and science are my strongest subjects Right now I am taking Running Start Human Anatomy and Physiology for a science course This course is taught at the high school through the New Hampshire Community Technical College NHCTC I find the human body to be very interesting which is allowing me to enjoy taking this course Because this is a college course I am enrolled as a student at NHCTC and am earning 4 credits towards college In my spare time I like to volunteer at a local organization called Kids Caf Kids Caf is a place where underprivileged children go and eat dinner at no charge and play games As a volunteer I serve the children their food I can eat with them or just talk with them After everyones done we go to one of many rooms and play games I love to volunteer at Kids Caf
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