Externship Experience

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  • Topic: Roger Williams University, Cocoa bean, Chocolate
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Please provide a statement (250 words minimum) that addresses your reasons for transferring and the objectives you hope to achieve.

Note: The Common Application essay should be the same for all colleges. Members that wish to review custom essay responses will request them on their Supplement form.

Your essay will appear on a separate sheet at the end of the application.

My parents never interfere with my dreams. Quite contrarily they have always supported my sisters and me. I must say that I feel honored for having them as parents; although both did not finished college, with hard work they have provided all of us the best education. I remember my dad telling me whichever career I want to pursue I must receive the best education and get a full degree. I knew that what I wanted was hard to accomplish, but now I’m almost half way to fulfill my knowledge in both carriers as whole: I always wanted to take my family business and achieve something for my country. I have combined my two passions, which are cloth and chocolate and created a unique goal for my future. I hope to keep on the clothing business and build a chocolate factory.

Ecuador is a fascinating country due to its variety of fauna and flora. It also has the potential to produce the best-quality chocolate in the world. The country experienced cocoa’s profits in the 18th century with the “Pepa de Oro” (golden seed) stage having France as its primary customer. Cacao farmers were wealthy, but they squandered their wealth in luxuries mansions and travels. Nowadays cacao farmers still maintain the quality of the cocoa beans yet fail to develop the primary resource into an industrialized good. If Ecuador has one of the elite cocoa beans thorough the continent why can we produce an exclusive product? The following quotes increased my aspirations and have inspired me to accomplish a significant change:

And so, my fellow Americans; ask not what your country can do for you. Ask...
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