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Te’la Fonder


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Hi, My name is Te’la. Ever since I could remember I have always had a strong passion for animals, and I believe that they deserve the best possible care. Becoming a veterinarian would allow me to provide medical assistance to animals and ensure their well-being. I am committed to working hard and studying diligently to acquire the skills and knowledge required to become a competent veterinarian. It is my goal to make a positive impact on the lives of animals. I believe that pursuing this career will allow me to do just that. I am excited to see what journey awaits me.


Newark Collegiate Academy

High School
2019 - 2023


  • Desired degree level:

    Bachelor's degree program

  • Majors of interest:

    • Veterinary/Animal Health Technologies/Technicians
  • Not planning to go to medical school
  • Career

    • Dream career field:


    • Dream career goals:

    • Server

      Hook & Reel
      2021 – Present3 years

    Future Interests




    Dr. Rajesh Aggarwal Scholarship for Scientific Studies
    In today's society, there are many challenges that we have to face on a daily basis. From environmental issues to health issues, these challenges require innovative solutions that combine creative thinking and science. One example is the development of inexpensive prosthetics for amputees. Prosthetic limbs have historically been very expensive and beyond the reach of many people who need them. As a result, a significant proportion of people today suffer from disorders that greatly reduce their quality of life. But a group of scientists and engineers at the University of Toronto have developed a novel approach to the problem. The team, led by Professor Matt Ratto, first looked at how people use and operate prosthetic limbs. They found that many amputees don't use prostheses as often as possible because they find them uncomfortable or awkward. The focus is now on developing easy-to-use prostheses. To achieve this, they used his 3D printing technology to create custom-fit prostheses that can be easily customized to each user's needs. We have also developed a unique sensor system that allows the user to control the prosthesis using muscle movements. The result is a prosthesis that costs less than $1,000, is easy to use, and offers a high level of functionality to the user. This innovative solution has the potential to improve the quality of life for millions of people around the world who live with disabilities. This example shows how creative thinking and science can be combined to produce innovative solutions that can have a significant impact on society. By studying how people use and interact with technology, a team at the University of Toronto was able to design prosthetics that address the challenges faced by amputees. Using 3D printing and sensor technology, we were able to create a comfortable, easy-to-use and inexpensive prosthesis. This innovation has the potential to not only improve the lives of amputees, but also benefit the wider community by reducing medical costs associated with traditional prostheses. Making this technology more accessible could also open up new employment and education opportunities for people with disabilities. Overall, this example highlights the importance of combining creative thinking and science to find innovative solutions to everyday challenges. By studying how people interact with technology and thinking outside the box, we can create solutions that have a profound impact on society and improve the quality of life for millions of people. This is how the two connect with the thinking skills combined with science.