The Power of Memorial Scholarships

The Power of Memorial Scholarships

September 24, 2019 0 By Ronny Jaskolski


♪ Dear Donor, Dear Donor, Dear Donor, I will never meet
you, but I want
you to know that I want to
make a difference
in the world. I am passionate about human
development and how diplomacy can mitigate conflict, that I want to make a
difference in the community by bringing together the medical
and business world with a fulfilling careeer. I want to work with newborn
babies and their mothers. Currently, I’m a
senior majoring
in Diplomacy and International
Relations. I’m a junior with a double
major in Elementary Special Education and Spanish. I want to make a difference in
the business world, both morally and ethically. And I want you to know that I
want to keep your memory alive, that I want to keep your
memory alive, that I want to keep your
memory alive. One day I will
be a nurse,
because you
believe in the future of Seton Hall students,
like me. One day I will
become a speech
pathologist,
so that I can
help individuals of all ages. And I am
passionate
in doing my
part to keep
my family and friends in the U.S. safe from
the harm of terrorism. I recently volunteered as an
intern at Hackensack Univeristy Medical
Center, where
I was able to
successfully bring together
two passions
of mine. I recently interned at five New
Jeresy hospitals. I learned so much from the clinical
rotation at each facility. I recently worked with women in
Cambodia and in Morocco, who have only
known extreme
hardship from
a young age. These women, in particular,
my host mother in Marakesh, Zameera, gave my
life focus. You left behind a legacy
and I want to keep it alive. …makes it
possible for
me, notto only
make my dreams
possible, but to continue
to give back. My name is Shannon O’Brien. My name is Amber Ingram. My name is Panayioti Logothetis. I hope I am making you proud. I know that my dream is coming
true, because of you. I now know that the dream of
becoming a leader in the medical and business world is
possible, because of your
scholarship. Because of you, because of
this scholarship, it’s why becoming a lawyer is possible
for me. Thank you, again. Sincerely, Eva. Sincerely, Emma. Sincerely, Rishi. Sincerely,
Panos. Sincerely, Amber. Thank you, again.
Sincerely, Sophie. ♪