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Andrew K.

Andrew K. - 2009 Resolve To Evolve Scholarship Winner

Scholarships.com: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Andrew K: I’ll have graduated from law school by then, and pursuing a career I’m really not sure about yet at this juncture. Maybe I’ll do something in politics. As for law school, I really enjoy the constitutional aspects and the different ways that [the U.S. Constitution] can be interpreted, so I would also be interested in that kind of path.  More...

 
Cassidy W.

Cassidy W. - 2006 Resolve To Evolve Scholarship Winner

Scholarships.com: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Cassidy W: It depends on what day of the week you're asking me. I'm hoping to major in Bioengineering; however, it's quite a competitive major, so my fallback is International Relations. Depending on what happens, I'm aiming for either a team position on a stem cell research team, or an aid worker job in Southeast Asia. More...

 
Jennifer C.

Jennifer C. - 2009 Resolve To Evolve Scholarship Winner

Scholarships.com: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Jennifer C: That’s hard to say. There’s lots of things that happen, opportunities that pop up, people that I meet that I never expected. In my ideal world, 10 years from now I’d be working to improve the usability and design of technology, interfaces and environments. I’d be living in an apartment with modern, organic décor, and I’d be chummy with my significant other, friends, family, and my Flemish Giant rabbit. More...

 
Nicholas C.

Nicholas C. - 2006 Resolve To Evolve Scholarship Winner

Scholarships.com: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Nicholas C: In 10 years, I see myself doing chemical research somewhere. Aside from that very basic picture, I have no idea what I'll be doing in 10 years.  More...

 
Tai W.

Tai W. - 2009 Resolve To Evolve Scholarship Winner

Scholarships.com: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Tai W: In 10 years I hope to be working for the U.S. Department of Energy. I hope to have a master’s in environmental engineering or a related field, and be assigned to a project related to environmental management. I hope to be on the front lines protecting our country’s natural resources.  More...

 
Tara M.

Tara M. - 2009 Resolve To Evolve Scholarship Winner

Scholarships.com: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Tara M: Within the next 10 years I would like to be seen as an expert in the field of English language and literacy acquisition, having published works on effective strategies for teaching linguistically diverse students. In addition, I would like to work as a professor in higher education, teaching pre-service teachers.  More...

 
Yvonne V.

Yvonne V. - 2009 Resolve To Evolve Scholarship Winner

Scholarships.com: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Yvonne V: I envision myself in 10 years as a visiting professor at the Complutense University of Madrid, teaching Introduction to Social Theory. It is my hope to be involved in a non-profit organization that assists Colombian immigrants to get fully incorporated into Spanish society. More...

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