Dr. Verestóy Attila Foundation

"Giving is the best communication"

  My motto: The gates are open to us, but sometimes we need a helping hand to enter them

My name is Nándor Erős, I’m from Borospataka, Gyimesközéplok, I live with my mother and my 14 years old brother. I am 19 years old, I went to the Áron Márton Főgimnázium, class of natural sciences, where excellent teachers tried to reveal the secrets of (and not only) natural sciences. Currently I am a first-year student at BBTE’s biology specialization.

Why did you decide to apply to BBTE Biology?

The decision on why I chose biology is very simple. Everything started in ninth grade at high school. The most influential was my biology teacher, Mónika Barta. For me, her diction is impressive, and she has had a strong impact on me, because she always tried to communicate the substance with us with the greatest efficiency and precision. She was always open, and helped to solve the problems. At that time I was taught that I would like to be like Her. I would like to pass on my knowledge with such precision and thoughtful sentences.

What do you want to do after completing the university?

After completing the university, I would like to teach and pass on my knowledge to the future growing generation. I would love to work as a teacher, but I can say that it would not be a job or a workplace, but a profession. Furthermore, I would not like to be a teacher, but a good teacher, who is listening to the students and doing good with their classes.

What is your main dream? How do you imagine yourself in 10 years?

In addition to teaching my profession, I would try other biology-related work, such as the field of biological research. In the latter, László Demeter, a biologist and a traditional farmer, who introduced me his research activities, the landmarks and values of field work. That not only has the value of the completed research, but in the meantime you can even get to know more about the values that surround us.

Field biology and teaching in my opinion should always be met, because I believe it is important for the growing generation to be able and open to discovering and appreciating the values in our environment.

Have you done volunteering? Do you think why assistance is important?

I have volunteered in the Pogány-nival Micro-Regional Society within a mentoring program, we carried out scientific work for environmental protection and participated in volunteering as a Junior Scientist. It has great value to me for any voluntary activity because it is selflessly given, acting for some purpose, an invaluable feeling.

At the word of the volunteering, I think of the Dr. Attila Verestóy Foundation, which I owe great thanks to the help so far, because without the help of the Foundation I would not have achieved it so far.  

I’m Anasztázia Gáspár, I was born in Odorheiu-Secuiesc, in 5th of January 1997. I live in a children's home named “Szent Család” in Frumoasa. Now I’m a first year student of the Medical and Pharmacy University of Târgu-Mureş, on assistant specialization. Beside this I’m a second year student of the Sapientia Transylvanian University in Public Health Services and Policies specialization.

We found out about you, that you encountered many “smaller-bigger rocks” in your life. What helped you to get through these and stay strong?

What helped me to cross the obstacles on the road was nothing more than self-determination and setting goals, so it was always in me, whatever it is, whatever seems impossible, I'll do it. I feel pretty much managed to achieve what I wanted. In these times helped me a lot that I was around people, who supported and encouraged me to don’t give up, so I'm very grateful to them!

Why did you decide to study at the Medical and Pharmacy University of Târgu Mureş?

Since my childhood, it made my blood boil to work with patients, to be next to them, to help them in the closest possible form, to be a doctor. I've been aging so much that I really want to do this, but how? And when will I be able to do this? I tried my luck in the dental profession that year, but I did not get in, I enrolled at Sapientia University and in that year I came across several things, so I decided on the assistant profession. I do not mind at all, even if I’m studying on two universities at one time. I really love it and all my dreams were to be here.

What is your main dream? What are your plans for the future?

My main dream is to work as a Deputy Assistant and to help a lot of people to give something to patients that is unusual, to do something else for people. For now, it's floating in front of me to get a lot of experience over the four years with successful exams, to be able to stand my own feet after getting out of this system. For me, this is the most important thing and then I can help those people who need it.

What do you do in your free time?

In my free time I’m more with my friends, lately I’m doing sports, because these things turns me off.

We've heard about you being done voluntarily. Talk about this! What do you thing, why is volunteering important?

I’ve done voluntary activity within child protection, when there were various events. For me volunteering is important because we enrich the best and the most effective, as well we gain spiritually far more from people. It is better for me to make someone happy with a smile or my mere presence.

It’s the first time, when you are the Foundation's scholarship. What does it mean for you? How does it help you?

I was very happy when I found out that I became a scholar, I hadn’t have anything like that before so I was very surprised. It feels good to be a scholar, it helps me a lot to get the things I need for the university.

I’m Rolland Kádár and I was born in Gheorgheni. I’m studying special education at the Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj Napoca.

Why did you decide to apply for the special education course of BBU?

The reason is that I have family members with special needs and because of them I had the chance to get an insight into this specialty.

How would you like to utilize the knowledge gained during this course?

Since most of the classes have a practical part, working with children and/or adults will be easier in the future.

What’s your biggest dream?

Establishing a center for people with special needs. Do movement development, hearing development, develop their creativity or hold speech therapy for them.

What do you like to do in your free time?

I spend time with my friends, watch a movie, listen to music or ride a bike. The very last one is really important to me.

We hear that you have done volunteering. Tell us about it!

In Cluj Napoca I have been a member of the Faith and Light group for about 2 years. There are adults with special needs and volunteers in this group. We converse with each other, play, sing and hold free time activities. Everyone learns something by the end of the day.

Why do you think volunteering is important nowadays?

It gives something unique that one cannot get from somewhere else. You have to try it out to know what it is.

What does it mean for you to be the scholar of the foundation? How does it help you?

It’s an honor and a big help for me in the everyday life.

Message for the foundation:

Thank you very much for the help! I’m very grateful to the foundation.

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