Thereupon, I came through your sports program and found it suitable to drive me further towards my goals. The impressive features of your program made me decide to formally apply to Mumbo Jumbo University.
I have had two types of formal learning experiences. During my time in Capital University, lack of a major caused my desire to pursue college education, to diminish. In search of solid ground, I moved to the sports and fitness program of Columbus State Community College where I instantly knew that sports management was my future.
While acquiring my Associate's degree, I did a lot of volunteer work, the most significant of which was the fitness camp for children with spina bifida, organized by Children's Hospital. This camp ignited in me the desire to work hard and come out as a successful individual both, for myself and for those who rely on me. It also enabled me to tackle difficult situations, which made my current employment in the recreational department of a juvenile prison, easy.
My volunteer work at YMCA provided an insight into the profound sports industry and thus, an encouragement to pursue my education. It developed leadership qualities inside me so that I could steer this industry into the right direction, establishing equality between minorities and majorities.
While I played football for the Canton McKinley High School in Ohio, I realized my lack