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David Osborn

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Bio

I am a 39 year old husband and father. I am also in recovery and have been sober for almost two years. I want to become a therapist so that I can give back and help others. I love sports, especially football and soccer.

Education

Eastern Florida State College

Associate's degree program
2024 - 2023
  • Majors:
    • Psychology, General

Miscellaneous

  • Desired degree level:

    Doctoral degree program (PhD, MD, JD, etc.)

  • Graduate schools of interest:

  • Transfer schools of interest:

  • Majors of interest:

    • Psychology, General
    • Psychology, Other
    • Behavioral Sciences
    • Research and Experimental Psychology
    • Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology
  • Not planning to go to medical school
  • Career

    • Dream career field:

      Mental Health Care

    • Dream career goals:

    • CEO

      Osborn Builders LLC
      2010 – 202414 years

    Sports

    Soccer

    Varsity
    1998 – 20024 years

    Awards

    • mvp. all state florida

    Arts

    • Osborn Builders LLC

      Design
      yes
      2010 – 2024

    Public services

    • Volunteering

      Jacksonville FC — Coach
      2021 – 2023
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    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    “Stranger Things” Fanatic Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Fall Favs: A Starbucks Stan Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Eras Tour Farewell Fan Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Cat Zingano Overcoming Loss Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Mental Health Importance Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Mental Health Empowerment Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Mikey Taylor Memorial Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Brian J Boley Memorial Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Autumn Davis Memorial Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Elevate Mental Health Awareness Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Antony Cesar Memorial Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Deanna Ellis Memorial Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Ethel Hayes Destigmatization of Mental Health Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Harry & Mary Sheaffer Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    So You Want to Be a Mental Health Professional Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Early Childhood Developmental Trauma Legacy Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Natalie Joy Poremski Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Redefining Victory Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. The definition of success has changed drastically now. Success is that I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship. This is now my definition of success. Success is not money for me. Success is helping others, being a good human, being a good father, and being a good husband. I am proud to say that I am on this road.
    Janean D. Watkins Overcoming Adversity Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship.
    VonDerek Casteel Being There Counts Scholarship
    My name is David Osborn and I am a 39 year old with a wife and two beautiful boys. I get to enjoy them now after having a lot of help from others, and fighting hard everyday to keep what I had. Now, not only have I kept what I had, life is so much greater. There is a way, and there are people who help save other’s lives so they can really see what life has to offer. Besides being a husband and father I have also been a business owner. I have been a builder for the last 13 years. This business consumed my life, took me away from my family, and eventually was not the right fit for my new lifestyle. I am now in recovery. In recovery I’ve learned to give back. This giving back not only helps the other person but it also helps me. I want to now “pay it forward” just like the others that carried me during my darkest of times. Everybody needs help at some point. Some people need more help than others. I am an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and my wife is an active member in Al Anon. I have met many people through these programs and learned a lot about how to help people. Not only do I have a sponsor, I now have a sponsee. Another contributing factor to my new career choice is that I have come in contact with some amazing mental health professionals. They’ve turned into my heroes and I cannot be more thankful that we have crossed paths. Not only was I there for help with my psychologist and psychiatrist, in my own way I was there to learn. When I went to an addiction treatment center, the same was true with my therapists, counselors, Physicians Assistants, and Doctors. I have out much thought into this career change and am very excited, eager,willing, and confident in my abilities and this decision. My decision is to go back to school as an adult over a decade after my last class. I’ve already become a student at Eastern Florida State College to be able to take the last three remaining courses needed to appease my admissions counselor at the University of Florida. After these three classes I will be admitted to the psychology program at the University of Florida. My goal after this is to get my doctorate in Psychology. Currently I am also about to begin an entry level position in a dual diagnosis treatment center. This allows me to learn about and also help people with addictions and mental health problems. I hope to continue this great journey and would greatly appreciate you considering me for your meaningful scholarship.