Q: What DMSF programs have you participated in and how have you benefitted from them?
A: Caddying. I love caddying. It is a great job opportunity that keeps me active and teaches me many lessons. But it also potentially carves a pathway to the Chick Evans Scholarship.
Q: What have you learned about yourself during high school? How do you think you've grown from freshman year to the person you are today?
A: During high school I have been able to learn more about my self, my virtues, and most importantly my passions. I have learned that I am a leader and passionate about learning and exploring new things. From my freshman year it’s now i have definitely developed a strong sense of perseverance. Even when things got hard, I knew I was trying my best.
Q: What are you looking forward to after graduation?
A: I am excited to see how my life will roll out, and of course college!!! I know wherever I go I am meant to be, and will help me become the best version of myself.
Q: Looking ahead, what do you see yourself doing as a career? What fields are you interested in?
A: I am interested in Civil Engineering. I hope to explore all concentrations but I know I love creating and math.
Q: To you, what does it mean to be a Murphy Scholar?
Being a Murphy Scholar means being able to reach my dreams. Not being contained to my background and being able to break barriers and open doors for myself.