The cultivation of the community service project has been an eye opening and truly invigorating experience. Having learned about the human connection that embodies the service and the myriad of ways in which one gesture of kindness can reach out to an entire group of people that live below the poverty line, I look forward to putting the theories into action and beginning the project in the Spring of 2012. The club that I am currently an active member at is called the Finance and Economics Society. The resources provided by this club is unparalleled by any other as it not only informs students about the various internship opportunities in the realm of Finance but also conducts workshops that elucidate business terms that we often hear about in the media. I have attended three workshops hosted by this student organization and hope to gain a competitive edge while studying the subject matter taught in my Business 1000H class. In the course of the next three years, I hope to truly broaden my horizons by venturing out of my comfort zone. At Baruch College, I wish to continue conducting community service as the aftermath is a truly gratifying and self-fulfilling experience. Moreover, I hope to set an example for the new influx of students entering the Baruch Scholars Program. By taking initiatives, responsibilities and carrying out my duties as an individual in the community and student at the broader Baruch College, I wish to encounter people who will continue to inspire me and help me reach my potential. I truly wish that the next three years equip me with the skills that I need in the realm of business. Lastly, I hope to secure summer internships that will allow me to apply the theoretical knowledge gained from my courses at Baruch to truly translate them into concrete terms. I am certain that the next three years will be pleasant, stimulating and challenging but in the end, truly rewarding as the Baruch Scholars program provides its students with the attention and opportunities they need to succeed.
The next three years
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