I always suggest enable instead of allow ... i mean, in this situation:
If nothing else, moving has
enabled me to become a
more mature in various aspects of my life. ---But I think this sentence is too vague! You can be much more specific with this sentence. In fact, i see that you did get more specific in the next sentence, so let's combine them:
If nothing else, moving has enabled me to
become more mature in various aspects of my life. Through my experiences, I have matured
mature into a young woman who is confident in herself and is not afraid to meet and talk to others.
Aside from contributing to UF academically, I believe every campus needs that one different
person. ----hmmmm. I don't know if this approach is best. Everyone is different. So... being different does not make you different.
I just think "different" is the wrong word. This is about leadership:
I truly believe I am that
one different person
natural leader. I know I can be that person who is willing to do what it takes to form a study group or club that
does not already exist
can fill a vital need in the community.
:-) Stay focused on talking about your career aspiration. You choose your career based on the issue that is important to you. The issue that is important to you is what gives you your passion and dedication. So, explain what is important to you, and they will believe that you are motivated and serious.