Ciara Ford — 2018 High Schooler Who Will Change The World

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Student: Ciara Ford
School: Payson High School
Parents: Shayne & Robbie Ford

Ciara Ford is a healer. When she saw a need for older students to help younger ones, she started the Senior-Sophomore mentorship program at Payson High. She’s a CNA and has plans to become a physician. Oh, and in her spare time, she released a full-length album — love, 17.

Mini-resume Co-president of National Honors Society, VP of Utah HOSA, 4.0 GPA, valedictorian, 2,000 hours of work experience as a CNA, school Sterling Scholar for science.

Plans after high school SUU studying chemistry and biology. Medical school.

Personal motto There’s no such thing as a small act.

Advice for freshmen Develop good habits.

Guilty pleasure I could spend days curled up on the couch with a good book.

Challenge to overcome When I was younger, I lost a close friend in an automobile accident. It was hard to go through, but it has made me appreciate life more.

No. 1 thing learned in high school Habits are everything, and we should constantly be evaluating our habits.

Biggest pressure you feel Using my time wisely. Being unproductive is a big fear of mine.

Stress management I don’t really get stressed. I just do my best and don’t worry about what I can’t control. Perspective is the antidote to stress and discouragement.

How will you change the world? I have a lot of plans and dreams about things I want to accomplish, but at the end of the day I don’t care if people know my name. I care that I made a difference in the lives of people around me.

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Greg Bennett

Greg Bennett is an editor and writer with Bennett Communications. His primary responsibilities are with Utah Valley Magazine and the company's custom publications division. He's the father of four children and has been married to his wife, Adria, for 19 years. Contact Greg at greg.utahvalley360@gmail.com.

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  1. Martinmccormick Reply

    This is something to be proud of. Probably not in you vocabulary lucky to be in your family. Kerry and Marty mccormick

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