Dulce P.

Dulce P.

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More About Me

Community: Cerritos
Grade: 6th
Birthday: 1/08/2008
Favorite Subject: Language and Mathematics

Dream: To be a chef.

Biography: My name is Dulce. I live in Cerritos. I live with my parents and they work in the field for a living. In my house, I have a cat, a dog, and a bull. I love going to school. Currently, I am in 6th grade of elementary school. I like going to my classes because I can socialize with my peers. I love numbers and letters. When I grow up, I want to be a chef because at home cooking fascinates me and I know if I study, I can achieve it. One of the biggest challenges that I have faced is that due to my disability (deaf-mute) I have had very few opportunities to exploit my abilities, so this scholarship opportunity would allow me to receive care according to my needs and thus be able to achieve everything I set out to do.

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