Jocelyn La Fleur
The pursuit of knowledge is more valuable than its possession. Albert Einstein. I begin with this quote because I firmly believe my life revolves around this assertion. I have meticulously engaged in every facet of human society from the performing arts, to literary and visual arts, and the physical, biological, and computational sciences. As I studied each craft, I became more enthralled by the idea of learning everything for the sake of learning, greatly expanding my intellectual curiosity throughout my high school years. Since I am a student embarking on a liberal arts education, my continual pursuit of knowledge of all areas does not cease and enables me to engage in my passion for computer science. As I set myself on this path, I have clearly defined the end goals in which I will be steadfast and never falter;
1. Earn a P.h.D. in Computer Science
2. Become a successful employee of one of the nations top technological companies.
I will be readily available to learn quickly, work exceptionally hard, be a creative thinker, and develop new strengths in pursuit of knowledge and my future dreams.