Presentation on theme: "Well for starters, my names Tony but everyone calls me Tone; whatever goes better for you I guess. I was born and raised in Michigan and I I’m proud to."— Presentation transcript:
Well for starters, my names Tony but everyone calls me Tone; whatever goes better for you I guess. I was born and raised in Michigan and I I’m proud to be from here. I’ve been at Fraser public schools since the second grade and am happy that my mom chose to move here. I’m a senior at Fraser High School and I’m 18 years old. I’m really excited to graduate and move on with my life but it’s sort of a bitter sweet ending. I’m going to Wayne State University for Pharmacy which an 6-8 year plan. I have confidence in my self and know I will succeed in reaching my goal.
A person who really inspired me throughout my life is my mother. Through everything I’ve dealt with she’s always been their for me. Another reason is she has been through a lot throughout her life so I take in all advice I hear and also try to learn from her. She came to the U.S from Iraq and left her whole family. She worked and managed to bring most of her family hear on her own. Ever since then my mom has done very good for herself in getting a good job. To me, that’s a great thing to accomplish for a person who came here with nothing.
I would like to give credit to Fraser High School for getting me some what ready for college and having a great faculty that always helped. Furthermore, I would like to thank my mom once again for trusting me enough to stay home alone because that taught me how to live on my own with no problem and keep up with day to day responsibilities on top of school work.
In the Future, I see myself pursuing my career as a pharmacist running the pharmacy. My job will include having to inform patients of all possible side effects of any drug given to them and any possible harm. I have to make sure that the patient knows when and how to take the medication and for how long. All of that information is crucial for the patient to know. I will do my very best in doing that job after I graduate.
There are a couple of more steps left in front of me that I have to take before I reach my goal. Well for one, I have to graduate high school, then it’s the big leap to college. I’m going to be attended school for another 6-8 years and getting my PhD in Pharmacy.
I’ve always been a very outgoing person ever since I could remember. This will help me greatly in Pharmacy because you deal and interact with people a lot. I’m a very quick learner and enjoy learning new things.
Some strengths I have that’ll help me in school is when I set my mind to things, I always get them done because I put them as a top priority. I’m very competitive an always try to come out on top or in first. Anytime I’m given a task to complete I do it to the very best of my ability. Another thing that helps me is my ambition to succeed and get to where I want to be; I feel as though I’m going to reach my goal and be successful in life.
There’s really one main thing that has bothered me in the passed and that’s my ability to work with others. I tend to work a lot better on my own. This something that I’ve always wanted to improve on and it’s getting there. Although I’m very outgoing, I’ve always kept a lot of things to my self and I think that’s why I rather just work a lone as well.
Well it was fun while it lasted. I’m really going to miss the days I had at Fraser because those are days that I’ll never forget. I’ve met some great people and made some amazing memories but now it’s time to go out into the real world and start my life. I feel like I’ve already been through so much and seen it all but I know that this is just the beginning for me.