Di' Onne' Agnew

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Di' Onne'
Agnew
South Plainfield , New Jersey, USA
Honor Society Member
William Paterson University ( May-2019 )
Summary
My career goal in life would be to work in either an Museum or Art Gallery; I've always loved the museum and history in general but Ancient Egypt is by far my favorite. I would love to curate exhibit's that will inspire younger generation 's to develop an appreciation for art and possibly develop a love for artwork and the various paintings. One of my favorite things to do in my spare time is working as my older brother's Volunteer coach with the Special Olympics of NJ. This organization is something near and dear to my heart as I have grown up with and worked as a volunteer for now six years. Its a great feeling to work with my brother and other children with Special Need's and being able to witness their joy because someone actually cares about them is the greatest feeling.One of the greatest achievements in my life is beating Cancer, this battle has given courage and strength mentally,physically and spiritually; its an accomplishment that i'm both proud off and not afraid to say "I am a Cancer Survivor. I plan to live my life to fullest and achieve all my dreams and goals because I have one shot at life and I do not plan to waste it.
Intended Job Path
I inspire to become a Curator and utilize my talent's in a Museum or Art Gallery
Grad School Interests
I plan to study Ancient Cities and Civilizations with a concentration in Ancient Egypt
Honors & Awards
NSHSS
Member and Ambassador
Major
Art History and Business Management
Language Proficiency
English (US)
Fluent
Volunteering
Volunteer coach
Special Olympics
March, 2011 to March, 2016
Organizations
Hobbies
Traveling, Volunteering, Photography, Spending time with friends and family
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