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How a youth found his vocation out of love for kid brother

Hey kids, meet exercise science and physiology student Nash Kemp, who was inspired to choose his college study field out of a love for his younger brother Tate, who suffers from cerebral palsy.

As we see, Nash loves volunteering his time to work with other children living with the condition, and his leadership, willingness to take responsibility and innate compassion are already opening doors to his later professional life, by teachers and mentors who observe and appreciate his qualities.

To learn more about Nash and Tate’s brotherly bond, view this earlier video – it’s a heartwarming watch!

View the original video here.

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