MGMA Leaders Scholarship

$2,000

May 01, 2018

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The MGMA Leaders Scholarship is awarded to individuals who are enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program relevant to medical practice management. Additional residential or program accreditation requirements may apply. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 104 Inverness Terrace East
  • Englewood, CO 80112-5306
  • acmpe@mgma.com
  • tel: 877-275-6462 x1869
  • fax: 303-784-6098

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Venus A  on 9/15/2015 8:17:22 PM

I like a challenge. I am a very strong, hardworking, and well-organized person. I try to accomplish every task that I set. English is my second language; I never thought that I could finish my first year at Rose State College with all A's. All my families in the United States and in Russia were very proud of me. I set my new goals to study the same way that I started. I know that it is hard for me as I have classes of seventeen hours a week; moreover, I usually spend on each subject for about eight-ten hours and two hours of tutoring a week. It is much work, but I am very persistent; besides, I never give up. I always do my homework for all classes thoroughly, and I like to start conversations during class discussions. If someone asks for help, I am always ready to do that. I plan to have a Spanish or French classes as I want to learn another foreign language and use it to communicate with people. I like to read much and watch Discovery and History channels. I try to do all assignments for extra credits in all subjects as they give me lots of opportunities to discover new information and become more intelligent. My son studies at college too and always shares his knowledge with me about geology, petroleum history, and oil production. He also likes to learn something new about my classes. After college we like to sit together and share knowledge that we have learnt for a day. I like the time I spend at college; it is the best time that I have ever had. Moreover, college classes unite me and my son more closely as we both understand each other better. I plan to graduate from college with all A-s and, if I have a chance, to continue further education.

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