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Considering your lifetime goals discuss how your current and future academic and extra-curricular activities might help you achieve your goalsEvery since I was a little girl I wanted to be a doctor This might be because my parents lead me down this path and I figured it would make them proud People would ask me what type of doctor I wanted to be and what interested me about the field I honestly couldnt find any real reasons I soon realized that being a doctor was not my dream I found that math was my strongest subject and the sciences bored me I knew that whatever I ended up doing as a career math would have to be a big part of it After taking a few technology courses offered at school my love for computers blossomed I desired to create problem solve and be able to be proud of things that I make My lifetime goal is to work at a well known software company where I hope to eventually lead projects that will be widely used in everyday life To accomplish this goal I will have to be outspoken and open to ideas and even criticism I know that I will have to network with people and build relationships to move up I will also have to have a strong knowledge of the field so I can become successfulthats where my classes come in That is why I feel like the activities and classes that I have taken in my high school career are so important to me now My extra-curricular activities such as being Vice President for Future Business Leader of America organizing school fundraisers and family nights and various volunteering activities such as packing food at a food bank or tutoring local children will help me achieve my goals because these build relationships and network with others These activities have helped me gain the attributes of a leader I have learned
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