Future Goals

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When I think of Santa Fe, I think of everything that my future has to offer on one place, every opportunity at my fingertips to strive my goal. I feel that Santa Fe will be able to provide me with a solid foundation to start goal to be a college graduate. Although I do not know yet exactly what type of professional career I will pursue, I know my major I am most interested in is agriculture. I am glad I do not know specifically what I want to do later on, because it should be an adventure choosing which course I will take in life. Thus, I have time to experiment and learn from a wide variety of topics. At Santa Fe, I am presented with the opportunity to take any classes I want and to be taught by some of the most learned and dynamic professors in the world. I was once told that in college, I "will take classes in subjects I had never thought or heard of, " and I am very excited to do this. If I were required to pick a major at this instant, I would choose agriculture. I’d like to study agriculture because that is what my life has been based around. When I was younger I would help out at my grandfather’s cattle ranch. I got to see the ins and outs of what it takes to run such a strenuous business. As well as the ranch I have been showing horses for close to several years, it is a passion I’d like to like to take to the next level by learning about different aspects of the industry. I have been told that although Santa Fe has approximately 6,000 undergraduates, the students and faculty alike feel as if the school is a small, interwoven community. I believe that this sense of closeness is a vital aspect in an outstanding college experience. When you can actually go up to the professor with questions and they will be able to answer them, at Santa Fe you’re not just a number they look out for you. We learn most from interactions among other people, and the fact that this reputation of faculty accessibility and student involvement—both in the immediate Santa Fe...
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