Whenever possible, selecting an example that bridges your seemingly contrasting interests can create a very compelling essay. In cases such as these, make sure to make the experience as unique to you as possible, and use this experience as a jumping off point to other activities you have done pertaining to the health field.
Or you can discuss how you spent countless afternoons getting lost at Costco, fascinated with all the various electronics out for display. Most high school seniors are unsure about eventual career choices.
You can mention the opportunity to pursue the joint Geo-Bio degree offered through the Department of Earth, Environment, and Planetary Sciences at Brown, without abandoning your interests in poetry and anthropology through the opportunities presented by the Open Curriculum.
It would culminate in a bachelor's degree in neuroscience and a concentration in music. Regarding professional goals, you could talk about how being a part of the PLME would mean the rare once in a lifetime chance of satisfying all your intellectual curiosities in undergrad while being able to go to medical school and become a doctor.
For example, if marching band formed a large part of your identity in high school, talk about your junior year season, and what you and your band achieved.
Tell us about the place, or places, you call home. How do you envision the Program in Liberal Medical Education PLME helping you to meet your academic, personal, and professional goals as a person and as a physician of the future?
For example, you could unite your interests in sculpture and neuroanatomy as part of your desire to seek understanding through 3D modeling. Applying to college next year?
On the flip side, each should be sufficiently unique to highlight the complexity of your character and contrasting interests. Focusing on a dialogue with a groupmate, a person you helped, or specific details in a house that you lived in will allow you to avoid generalities and cliches.