Your philosophy statement should be a 1-page, single-spaced professional paper that clearly articulates your passion for public health, the public health foundations and philosophical frameworks that resonate most with you, and your future goals. In addition to being an important component of your Public HealthePortfolio, having written your philosophy statement will prepare you to respond in a number of situationsand may guide your focus. For example, your internship site may ask “Why do you want this internship?”; A potential employer may ask in an interview “How does this job utilize your strengths and passions?”; A health-related graduate program may require a “letter of intent” as part of the application. Below is a guide that will help you write your philosophy. You do not need to address all of the criteria(unless noted with required)or organize your philosophy exactly this way; it is a guide to help you. You do not need to label the sections listed below when writing, just flow from one paragraph to the next. You do not need a specific header, you can just include your name and “Philosophy Statement” as the title.Check that the file you submitted can be opened properly by the instructor (i.e. no temporary files); to do so, you should try opening the file on a different device from the one where it was save. **Be aware that these submissions are checked against Turnitit software**.