When I think about my goals and aspirations , I think about what achieving these goals would look like to me . In my view, my first aspiration is to become a professional soccer player, and engineer, or major in international studies. If I become either an engineer or international studies I would like to make my own company, taking youth across the world that normally wouldn't the chance to. It would open up different opportunities for the when they get older.
I am a person who loves to travel and love to be very competitive. I have been to Brazil, Zambia, and Ethiopia. Me traveling there was for a culture exchange programs and for volunteering service. I'm also on the robotics team and our team went to the Nationals and made it to the Quarter Finals. I think I would be a good candidate because I go by the slogan " If they your, you hit them twice as hard." This means that if my team and I are loosing 1-0, I will motivate my team to come back and score two extra goals on them. I love to get people motivated to do something to better themselves. What makes me different from other recruits might be that I'm a young recruit that really want to play soccer and would like to push hard and do anything to play it. I'll play, work, and become way more efficient than other players if I feel like I need to improve or someone gives me critiques about me. Academical wise I feel like I am improving because of all the recent deaths in my family I have been in and out of school, but I still am on an average scale for grades. This would be a great opportunity for me and I would be greatly appreciated.
My decision making skills, dribbling, passing, shooting, and attacking skills are very good on the field. I am 110% committed to my team, and the coaches. I want a college that know they could push me to become better not just on the field but off of it also. I want a college that could also help me with making decisions that would benefit me in all ways.