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Please tell us something about yourself your experiences oractivities that you believe would reflect positively on your ability tosucceed at Penn State This is your opportunity to tell us somethingabout yourself that is not already reflected in your application oracademic recordsChoosing where to study for the next four years is a decision thatshould not be taken lightly I am confident that Penn State Universityis the school for me My mother works at Penn State WorthingtonScranton and my oldest sister is an alumnus of Penn State Because ofthat I have always had early exposure to what Penn State has to offerMy sister is now starting a new chapter in her life as a physicianassistant and Penn State gave her the motivation to succeedI have been playing sports ever since I was little and they have alwaysbeen a huge part of my life I am the captain of my soccer team and itmakes me proud seeing my team mates progress with getting betterProvided that being a captain has lead me to become a leader and haveme more confidence in myself Since I have been skiing and playingbasketball ever since I was young I have always had determination to begood at what I likeI have been a lifeguard for the past four years and started a job atthe YMCA I am extremely responsible and can definitely be counted on Ialso have been babysitting since I was eleven years oldI have been inducted to be on the National Honor Society last year Iam highly motivated to keep my grades up and do the best I can tosucceed I recently decided to go into Speech Pathology as my major Ilove working with others and being able to help them I would beextremely proud and honored to say I have a degree from Penn StateUniversity
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