Practicality (Re-submission)

Scholarship Entrant: Falmata from San Diego, CA
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Falmata: 2

If I could earn a living doing what I love most, it would be exactly what it is that I am pursing as of right now. My studies here at UC Irvine consist of rigorous Software Engineering courses, and despite the challenges I’ve faced thus far, I continue to push myself for one simple reason: so that one day I can have the capabilities to revolutionize the way the world works, through technology. Although it is already quite well known that technology has a supreme power in the function of first world countries, my goal is to make it accessible to, literally, everyone. My perception, however, is not just for it to be available. My hopes are for it to supplement essential tasks in people’s lives, functioning purposefully, and becoming almost ubiquitous over time. The sole purpose of Engineering, essentially, is to make things that are practical, be it a task or not, easier for the human being. My goal is simply to take that to a global level, due to its failure to reach all corners of the world. I want it to be a commonality that everyone will embrace and appreciate. My plan to pursue this goal has been carefully set since I entered my University. Upon receiving my degree as a Computer Scientist, I will enter the Business Technology field, learn from Professionals, save and invest earned income, and then I will pursue my very own start-up Company to take on the task of practical, Technological Globalization.

Vote for Falmata: 2

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