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Erin Haase

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Hi, my name is Erin Haase. I'm nothing more than a passionate student who would do just about anything to put a little bit of good in this world. I want to become someone who can spread information, and education over ignorance; having already worked towards this goal through clubs, 4-H, friends, plus other open opportunities. Moreover this creative thinking is looking forward to doing, and learning more in the future. Because in the end, "Truth will always be truth, regardless of the lack understanding, disbelieve or ignorance." -W. Clement Stone. Though such is the illusory truth that we as people may believe in lies, and I, as a person of this planet wish to change that.

Education

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Bachelor's degree program
2022 - 2026
  • Majors:
    • Education, Other
    • Biology, General
  • Minors:
    • Zoology/Animal Biology
    • English Language and Literature, General

Plymouth High

High School
2016 - 2022

Miscellaneous

  • Desired degree level:

    Bachelor's degree program

  • Graduate schools of interest:

  • Transfer schools of interest:

  • Majors of interest:

    • Zoology/Animal Biology
    • English Language and Literature, General
    • Animal Sciences
    • Biology, General
    • Natural Resources and Conservation, Other
  • Not planning to go to medical school
  • Career

    • Dream career field:

      Animal Education

    • Dream career goals:

      Handler/Teacher

    • Junior Handler

      AKC
      2010 – Present14 years
    • Intern

      Two Paws Up
      2017 – 2017

    Sports

    Climbing

    Club
    2012 – Present12 years

    Awards

    • Nope

    Fencing

    Club
    2021 – Present3 years

    Awards

    • Not yet. . .

    Swimming

    Club
    2008 – 20113 years

    Awards

    • No

    Cheerleading

    Intramural
    2010 – 20111 year

    Softball

    Club
    2008 – 20135 years

    Soccer

    Junior Varsity
    2011 – 20165 years

    Research

    • Animal Psychology

      PHS — Researcher
      2021 – 2022

    Arts

    • NHAS

      Illustration
      No
      2020 – 2022
    • Painting
      2008 – Present
    • Drawing
      2005 – Present
    • Photography
      2014 – Present
    • Ceramics
      2017 – 2019
    • RMS-PHS

      Acting
      2014 – Present
    • Music
      2008 – Present

    Public services

    • Advocacy

      Forensics — Talker
      2019 – 2022
    • Volunteering

      4-H — Worker
      2017 – 2018

    Future Interests

    Advocacy

    Volunteering

    Philanthropy

    Entrepreneurship

    @normandiealise National Scholarship Month TikTok Scholarship
    @Carle100 National Scholarship Month Scholarship
    @GrowingWithGabby National Scholarship Month TikTok Scholarship
    @frankadvice National Scholarship Month TikTok Scholarship
    Act Locally Scholarship
    Everyone has those moments when you are happy and laughing. For a while, time just stops. These moments in your life when you get to reflect and look for meaning over the things you have achieved. The things you have been aspiring towards for the hope of making a difference. Those moments, for me, have been with my family and our extended household which can be either the finned, furry, or scaly members of the world. Along with my club families of 4-H, and P.A.W. respectively. Growing up in my household environment has given me a knack for dealing with people, animals, and a great respect for nature. When I was younger I would convince my family to walk down to the local ponds and clean up the trash and debris littered there. When I got into 4H I loved helping out my fellow members with taking care of the animals, or our annual adopt a highway exspites. These experiences have helped me to grow in my love for animals and the outdoors. It works well alongside my joy of teaching others, and even allowed to to have an opportunity to helped out as a summer school aid, and English tutor within our areas school district. Alongside those experiences, I have been given a love for working with others as part of my youth services class, forensics, theater, 4H, public speaking, and my school's Poets and Writers club which I have run for the past two years. Getting to spend time with animals and people together; learning from each other is a blessing, a blessing that I'd like to continue for the rest of my life. Because really how can happiness be perfect if it's not shared? My passion for learning and helping those around me has pushed me down my future path. Allowing me to work, and learn alongside people and animals, becoming the driving force behind my future educational career choices. I'm looking to go into a career where I can be surrounded by life, love, and opportunity. I want my difference to be in the way people see and treat the animals that inhabit this planet alongside them. I believe everyone can make a difference through ambition for change.
    Manuela Calles Scholarship for Women
    Lillian's & Ruby's Way Scholarship
    Everyone has those moments when you are happy and laughing. For a while, time just stops. These moments in your life when you get to reflect and look for meaning over the things you have achieved. The things you have been aspiring towards for the hope of making a difference. Those moments, for me, have been with my family and our extended household which can be either the finned, furry, or scaly members of the world. Growing up in my household environment has given me a knack for dealing with people and animals. I have taken care of two, four, none, and more legged friends my entire life. Most recently as a pet sitter for the past five years caring for multiple-sized dogs while their owners are away. These experiences have helped me to grow greatly in my knowledge. It works well alongside my joy of teaching others, having helped out as a summer school aid, and English tutor. Alongside those experiences, I have been given a love for working with others as part of my youth services class, forensics, theater, 4H, public speaking, and my school's Poets and Writers club which I have run for the past two years. I was raised in a community of animal breeds and spent my childhood as an American Kennel Club(AKC) junior dog handler. Showing both in 4H, and around the U.S. at AKC registered shows. This taught me about different dog breeds, genetics, care, and an appreciation for the love given by man's best friend. Getting to spend time with animals and people together; learning from each other is a blessing, a blessing that I'd like to continue for the rest of my life. Because really how can happiness be perfect if it's not shared? I am currently seeking to double major in Biology, and Animal Education, with a minor in Zoology, and English. I have always been fascinated by the creatures that live beside us on this planet, and learning the workings of what makes them up would be incredible. I would like to teach others about this fascination. To travel around the country and teach others about animals and their extraordinary differences. I've read many different animal biology and historic teachings. As well as many different types of hands-on learning. My passion for learning alongside people and animals is the driving force behind my future educational career choices. I'm looking to go into a career where I can be surrounded by life, which is my ultimate goal. I want my difference to be in the way people see and treat the animals that inhabit this planet alongside them. I believe everyone can make a difference through ambition for change.